2022 South Central Directory



he decision to seek place- ment in a Skilled Nursing Facility can be difficult. Selecting the right facility is important. This section is intended to assist those who are searching for skilled nurs- ing care. Most Skilled Nursing Facilities still offer long term care for residents who require daily assistance on a long term basis. In addition, many facili- ties now offer programs to assist individuals whose needs are more rehabilitative in nature. These facilities may offer short term rehabilitation programs on an inpatient or an outpatient basis. Almost all facilities will offer some Senior Resources, Inc. specializes in providing comprehensive information on service providers for older adults in the state ofWisconsin. If you are a consumer or would like to reach a consumer, we have many options available via our catalogs and the world wide web. Online: www.seniorresourcesonline.com Email: info@seniorresourcesonline.com Mail: P.O. Box 285 Germantown, WI 53022

advocates who can assist with guidance. hospital Discharge Planners can be a wealth of vital information. They can clarify and coordinate resource options to meet an individual’s discharge needs. Aging and Disability Resources Centers can also be an excellent source of information on Skilled Nursing Facilities. See page 7 for a complete listing of Aging and Disability Resources Centers in South Central Wisconsin. For more information on Medicare and Medicaid cover- age, please see articles on pages 12 and 13. ________________________ The Centers for Medicare& Medicaid Services has developed Nursing Home Compare and the Star Rating System to provide consumers with an easy way to search for Nursing Homes that provide the quality of care they desire. Web page address is www.medicare.gov/nursinghome- compare/search.html.

type of rehabilitation to their residents. Therapies will usually include, at a minimum, physical, occu- pational and speech thera- pies. With the trend toward shorter hospital stays, Subacute Care has emerged to bridge the gap between hospital and home. Many facilities also provide Respite, or short term care, usually for a month or less to provide a break for caregivers. Some facilities also have special- ized units, such as Alzheimer’s/Dementia units, to care for residents with special needs. In addition to assessing medical and financial con- siderations, there are other factors to consider. Some of these include: •Does the facility allow for frequent visits by friends and family members? •Does the facilities’ environment foster the participation in social or religious activities? Although it may be a try- ing time, there are many

County index

Columbia..172 Dane ..........172 Dodge........174 Grant..........176 Green ........177 Iowa ..........177

Jefferson ....177 Juneau ......178 Lafayette ..178 Richland....178 Rock ..........178 Sauk ..........180

Tel: 262-253-0901 Fax: 262-253-0903

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