Based in a predominantly urban part of Dane County, Verona has nine facilities close to the city that provides seniors an assortment of long term care options of which to select from. Getting around Verona isn't too difficult for anyone with the ability to move freely and walk without discomfort. Should the need arise, there are nursing home facilities and hospitals in and around Verona.
Assisted Living Services in Verona
Feeling secure at a community care facility is largely about finding the right amenities for the resident that are available at a given facility. Some of the amenities provided in Verona care facilities include:
Nurses available 24-hours
Hospice and comfort care
It is also possible to find facilities that can meet health needs. Some care facilities offer kosher meals, allow pets like cats, provide outdoor recreational activities, as well as common areas for social events. Many care facilities also have a number of specialists on-call in the event more advanced care is needed, Psychologists, Dentists, Nutritionists, and Counselors among others. Some offer devotional services. Still other care facilities offer transportation (for-fee and complimentary), or even can provide care like blood glucose monitoring. Also, some of the languages often found spoken by the staff or personnel in assisted living facilities in Verona include:
While not mandatory, when contacting the facilities listed on this page it can be helpful to have the interested party's medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility representative might have. This can aid in planning any special care the individual might require.
Senior Living Pricing
The price of residential care facilities may change depending on the kind of services needed, but on average it costs residents approximately $2,900 per month. Neighboring Middleton is around $3,100 for senior care facilities, which costs less than Verona. For individuals that qualify there are usually state & federal programs to lower costs. For more information, look through the cost table below for comparisons to nearby cities.
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.