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7905 36th Avenue
Facility License: 0010734
Caretypes Provided: Assisted Living
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Small enough to be home-like yet large enough to offer the amenities and services one might expect in larger senior communities. Library Terrace offers a continuum of care in a long-established, single-family home neighborhood. Located adjacent to the Kenosha Southwest Neighborhood Library, the campus is conveniently situated near Festival Foods, Walgreen's pharmacy, banking, medical clinics, churches, restaurants and much more! The campus consists of Library Terrace Apartments — 26 apartment units where seniors can age in place and receive up to 28 hours of services per week depending on their needs --- and Library Terrace Suites — 20 units for seniors with higher care needs. Offering a continuum of care allows seniors to move in while still relatively independent and then age in place as their needs change over time. A variety of services are offered tailored to each resident's needs. Our chefs get to know the food preferences of each individual and menus feature fresh fruits and vegetables plus high quality meats and fish. We offer life enriching activities aligned with the interests of our residents including a Senior Fitness program with Tai Chi classes. Our full time on campus registered nurse does weekly wellness checks and works closely with our direct care staff to monitor changes in condition. Our 24/7 staff are here to respond to needs as they arise, day or night. The smaller building size can ease the transition from a home of many years and allows new residents to quickly get to know the staff and other Library Terrace seniors. Service packages are based on the nurse's assessment and customized to meet individual needs. Levels of care allow services to be increased or decreased as resident needs change. At Library Terrace the focus is on the whole person including physical, spiritual, social and mental well-being. Library Terrace Assisted Living has been family-owned since the original building opened in 2000. Now, in 2015 operations have been integrated and the buildings upgraded to keep up with the changing times. There is a commitment not just to the seniors who we serve but to the employees who are there to support our residents' needs. As a member of the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association (WALA) we are investing in continued improvement in all we do!. At Library Terrace Assisted Living, we are committed to providing resident-driven services tailored to each individual living on our campus. Our Campus Executive Director is here to help not just for our residents but their family members as well. Continued ties with the local community are encouraged as well as maintaining the independence of each individual for as long as possible. Our licensed R.N. is available to assess each individual in order to provide a personal care service package that is right for each resident. With weekly wellness checks families and other medical professionals are kept apprised of changes and concerns. Our staff does its utmost to promote a smooth transition for each move-in and help them integrate into daily activities and to get to know the other residents who live in their building. We provide a range of customer-driven programs, activities and events that encourage participation, health, laughter and lasting memories.
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Library Terrace Assisted Living
"I want you to know that I was at the end of my rope the day I
heard from you and you helped me more in that one phone
call than I was able to find alone for 6 months. You gave
me hope and affirmed that I was not making a mountain out of a
Rita E., Found Assisted Living in Tomah, WI
"Unlike other moves with our mother (who is in the final stages
of Alzheimer's disease) mom is not displaying her usual upset at
having moved. Rather, she has settled in quite nicely. I
want to thank you for finding this nice facility. We would have
never found it on our own."
Mary Kay O., Found Alzheimer’s Memory Care in Pewaukee, WI
It is going pretty good for my mom. The staff are pretty good with their help and calling me when needed. I have no major complaints. She isn't crazy about the meals and the activities are the nice. more...
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