South Milwaukee, which is located in a principally suburban part of Milwaukee County, has eight care facilities which provide residents a range of care options to settle upon. There is potential for it to be tough to move about South Milwaukee, but it can be manageable for most without a car. According to government funded surveys there are several top ranked nursing facilities and hospitals in and around the city.
Senior Living Amenities
Feeling secure at a residential care facility is mostly about finding the right amenities for the resident that are available at a given facility. Some of the amenities provided in South Milwaukee care facilities include:
Hospice and comfort care
All meals provided
South Milwaukee has a diverse network that can cater to seniors' unique needs which can go passed the standard level of amenities or services. Specialized senior care facilities may provide or facilitate access to on-call therapists like occupational and speech therapists. Some facilities offer kosher meals. They may allow dogs and/or cats, arrange activities, and provide parking. Some long-term care facilities provide transportation (free and at-cost), giving your loved one the option to move about.
When calling the senior care facilities listed on this page it can be convenient - though not vital - to have your history available. Consider preparing a brief medical history summary. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and hospital names and phone numbers as the new facility coordinator might have certain questions and information requests. This kind of info can aid in outlining any specialized care the individual might need, which helps with choosing a facility.
Assisted Living Cost Comparison
Looking at recent records and surveys the estimated cost for residential care facilities in and around the city can cost as much as $3,400 monthly. The price for senior care facilities in the state of Wisconsin is around is $3,380 each month based on the most current estimates. Residents that don't have the means to cover the cost of care may possibly be eligible for financial aid from the state of Wisconsin. View a more detailed cost list with comparisons for other nearby cities below.
Source: Aggregated from the Genworth 2013, 2015 Cost of Care Survey, state licensing units, and from facility surveys. While we make every effort to ensure accuracy, please confirm details with facilities directly.