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Find a total of 3969 dementia & Alzheimer’s homes in Wisconsin for 2019. MemoryCareFacilities.net enables you to locate dementia care in Wisconsin. If your loved one has dementia and you want to find an appropriate care facility in Wisconsin please look through all memory care facilities below and find one near you. Some of the services you can expect to receive in memory care facilities in Wisconsin include assistance with: taking a bath, dressing, transferring, choosing dining options, mental activities designed for memory care patients, color coded rooms and more. Some memory care facilities in Wisconsin accept Medicaid and Medicare.

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Wisconsin memory care facilities represent the Midwest very well. The Dairyland state has always been well regarded for its manners and family values, which translates well into advanced types of senior living like nursing home care and memory care. The staff is usually very friendly and helpful, wanting to provide the utmost care for your loved one.

The state of nearly 6 million residents features a good balance of larger cities along with small, rural towns. The slower style of living keeps residents comfortable and safe in places that are generally quieter and more family oriented. As a result, if your family wants quality care in a state with less hustle and bustle, then Wisconsin dementia care homes are one of your top options.

Cost of Memory Care in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is only average in its comparison to the national median price for memory care. In every other regard, the service and amenities generally rate higher than what many other states can provide. However, for cost, expect to spend around the national average of $160 per day for dementia care.

The projected monthly cost for Alzheimer’s care homes in Wisconsin is $4,700 per month, or $56,400 per year. The two numbers align perfectly with the national average. Even more affordable memory care communities in Wisconsin are available for prices at between $100 and $140 per day. In these types of units, your family will spend less than the projected yearly total of $56,400.

There are also some more expensive, luxury style rooms for Alzheimer’s care and dementia care, including those that reach daily prices of more than $200. The highest reported cost is in the $240 to $260 price range, though for the most part daily costs gravitate much closer to the state median of $156 per day.

Wisconsin compares well to most of the rest of the Midwest. For example, its monthly average cost for memory care is nearly identical to South Dakota (which has a slightly higher median) as well as Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa (with slightly lower medians).

The best selections of quality Alzheimer’s care homes in Wisconsin with varying rates can be found in Milwaukee (population 595,000+), Madison (population 233,000+), Green Bay (population 100,000+) and Kenosha (population 99,000+).

The communities of Racine, Oshkosh, Appleton. Janesville and Eau Claire are much smaller than Milwaukee and Madison, yet still provide a lot of modern conveniences along with a good selection of dementia care facilities.

Wisconsin Dementia Care - Amenities

A lot of the charm with Wisconsin Alzheimer’s care homes is with the service. Dementia-trained staff is known to really make Alzheimer’s and dementia patients have exceptional care and interactions with professional staff. The most important objective of memory care communities is to respect personal privacy, treat residents with respect and dignity, ensure their personal safety and help stimulate mental activity.

The memory care facilities often introduce a number of different activities and programs each day centered on a combination of personal productivity along with leisure activities. These activities are often done in a group setting, though for those wanting more private settings and/or one-on-one interaction, those activities are also supported.

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