Types of Senior Housing and Senior Care Rice Lake WI

Here is your complete guide to senior housing and care options. Learn about the different types of Senior Housing and Senior Care facilities.

Country Terrace of Wisconsin
(715) 234-2012
1631 Kern Ave
Rice Lake, WI
Types of Care
Community Based Residential Facilities

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Lakeview Medical Center Home Health and Hospice
(715) 236-6257
1100 North Main Street
Rice Lake, WI
Services
Nursing homes, In home, Hospice

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Cornerstone West (CBRF)
(715) 234-9414
1464 - 21st Avenue
Rice Lake, WI
Services
Nursing homes, Assisted Living

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Rice Lake Convalescent Center
(715) 234-9101
1016 Lakeshore Dr
Rice Lake, WI
Types of Care
Nursing Care

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Care Partners Assisted Living LLC
(715) 234-7719
1627 Kern Avenue
Rice Lake, WI
Services
Nursing homes, Assisted Living

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"Homestead, The"
(715) 234-4544
2852 20th St
Rice Lake, WI
Types of Care
Adult Family Homes

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Patrick Street House
(715) 790-4727
315 St Patrick Street
Rice Lake, WI
Services
Nursing homes, Assisted Living

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Mitchells Cbrf
(715) 236-3423
103 Hilltop Drive
Rice Lake, WI
Services
Nursing homes, Assisted Living

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Heritage Manor
(715) 234-2161
19 W Newton St
Rice Lake, WI
Types of Care
Nursing Care

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Our House Senior Living
(715) 236-7211
415 E South St
Rice Lake, WI
Services
Nursing homes, Assisted Living

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Types of Senior Housing and Senior Care

TYPES OF SENIOR HOUSING AND CARE

ACTIVE ADULT COMMUNITY Usually offer a choice of spacious homes rather than apartments, often with a clubhouse in which a variety of activities are planned for residents. Monthly fees may cover services such as housekeeping and maintenance, but meals are usually not included.
APARTMENTS Apartments for seniors who are totally independent. Meal service, activity, programs and services usually aren't included.
CCRC Continuing Care Retirement Community. Full service communities offering a long-term contract that provides for a continuum of care, including retirement, assisted living and nursing services, all on one campus.
RETIREMENT Totally independent living with amenities such as meals, transportation and activities usually included in a monthly fee.
ASSISTED LIVING Multi-unit facilities that provide assistance with medications and daily activities such as bathing and dressing.
RESIDENTIAL Usually single family homes licensed to provide assistance with medications, bathing and dressing.
GROUP HOME Serves the Elderly and Disabled who do not require constant medical supervision but cannot live independently. These persons may be on medication but must be self compliant and ambulatory (assistance such as wheelchair or walker allowed.
ALZHEIMER’S Facilities offering specialized programs for residents suffering from Alzheimer's Disease or other forms of memory loss. These programs can be offered by Residential, Assisted Living or Nursing facilities.
NURSING/REHAB Facilities licensed to provide skilled nursing services under the supervision of licensed nurses.
CONGREGATE CARE Usually single family homes licensed to provide assistance with medication, bathing and dressing. Also licensed to provide skilled nursing services under the supervision of licensed nurses.
SUB-ACUTE Facilities licensed to provide nursing services, but specializing in higher levels of care.
REHAB Comprehensive rehabilitation services include inpatient and outpatient treatment designed to restore and strengthen abilities.
HOME CARE Includes both companies that provide licensed health care services in the home and companies who provide non-medical assistance with such tasks as bathing, dressing, meal preparation and transportation. Medicare and Medicaid provide financial assistance in some cases.
HOSPICE Hospice care may be provided in the home or a senior care facility. Services can include pain management and a variety of emotional, spiritual and physical support issues. Medicare, and Medicaid provide financial assistance, in some cases.
DAY CARE Various programs provide a range of geriatric day services, including social, nutrition, nursing, and rehabilitation. Not all programs provide all services.
SITTER SERVICE Services of sitters, aides or private duty nurses or therapists in the home, hospital or residential faci...

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