1. We Have Highly Skilled Home Care Nurses in Hawaii

    Sometimes people need more than just help around the house when they sign up for home care in Hawaii. Many our clients require additional medical care in their home, either due to illness, injury, or simply from growing older. We have certified Nurse Care Consultants who will evaluate your specific needs and match you or your loved one with a nurse who can meet all of your needs. They'll crea…Read More

  2. Why You Can Trust Us As Your Home Health Care Provider in Hawaii

    When you are inviting someone into your home to care for you or a loved one, you want to make sure that you are working with a team who takes your wellbeing seriously. You can trust Wilson Care to be your home health care provider in Hawaii, because we got the extra mile to establish a reputation as a trusted, professional home care company. Wilson Care is licensed by the State of Hawaii as a h…Read More

  3. How to Choose the Right Home Care in Hawaii

    When you need to find a home care provider in Hawaii, you want to make sure you are choosing the right company to care for yourself or a loved one. There are many companies to choose from, so you'll want to put these tips into action in order to ensure you find a company that fits your needs. Find out what their reputation is with former clients. Their experiences are likely to mirror your own,…Read More

  4. What Home Care Can Do For You in Honolulu

    When people think about home care in Honolulu, they think of a nurse hovering over them in bed and ensuring they are taking their medication on time. While sometimes this is the care for those that need in-home care, there is so much more that a Home Health Aide can do for you! Check out some of the additional services our team can provide for you or a loved one: Light housekeeping. Often those w…Read More

  5. New Chapter In A Long Love Story

    From Midweek, by Mufi Hannemann: In sickness or in health, the love of a Kailua couple prevails as home health care living options remain in high demand within Hawaii’s burgeoning elderly population. Ken and Jane Turner have given up their privacy of the finer things in life, including a home near Portlock in Hawaii Kai and most recently, their retirement condo in Kailua. For 25 years, Jane tend…Read More

  6. Wilson Care Group Announces Innovative Education Resource For Clients’ Families

    Wilson Care Group is now providing an innovative educational resource to families of clients to better understand the aging and long-term care processes. Wilson is offering the Family Series, a robust selection of online training courses designed to provide knowledge and guidance for family members. The courses enable family members to be a part of the treatment team. The program will provide them…Read More

  7. Nurse Aide/CNA

    Job Description: CNA / Nurse Aides work in the client’s home providing personal care, companionship, running errands, assisting with the activities of daily living, and any and all duties related to homecare. Tasks include but are not limited to bathing, dressing, grooming, transferring, range of motion exercises, assisting ambulation with wheelchair, walker, or cane, incontinence care, toiletin…Read More

  8. Skilled Nursing: RN/LPN

    RN/LPN positions are extremely limited, based upon client need, which we cannot predict. However, we are happy to accept your Application and resume. Please email your resume to recruiting@wilsoncare.com. If you are willing to work at a lower level (Nurse Aide) you may apply as a Nurse Aide. Please note: Compensation is based on the level at which you work. (Working at the Nurse Aide level = pay a…Read More

  9. Shelley Wilson recognized by YWCA of O`ahu as one of Five Women Leaders for 2012

    YWCA of O`ahu is honoring five inspirational women leaders at its annual LeaderLuncheon at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom on Tuesday, June 12. Over the last 36 years, more than 157 women have been recognized at LeaderLuncheon. Past honorees include a diverse range of women, including Dr. Ruth M. Ono, Lily Yao, Patsy Mink, Haunani Apoliona, Constance Lau, Jean Rolles, and Emme Tominbang…Read More

  10. Leading the way to meet the needs of an aging population

    APRIL 29,2011 - Pacific Business News 2011 PBN Businesswoman of the Year For-Profit Winner, Shelley Wilson, President and CEO, Wilson Homecare BY Sophie Cocke, PBN At the age of 21, without any business background, Shelley Wilson launched Wilson Homecare, a company that provides homecare services for the elderly or disabled. The business had two employees, including Wilson. Fifteen years later, th…Read More