Willow Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care

1125 North Edge Trail Verona WI 53593

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Willow Pointe Assisted Living and Memory Care

Willow Pointe Assisted Living and Memory Care is a community living home for seniors located in Verona, Dane County, Wisconsin, a short drive southwest of Madison. The home features apartment-style living designed to offer residents a high degree of comfort and independence, all while they benefit from compassionate care. The surrounding neighborhood features a broad spectrum of dining options and a network of parks, all within walking distance, to serve visiting family members.

The staff team at Willow Pointe Assisted Living and Medical Care collectively has extensive experience treating those in need of memory care or seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia. Residents can expect around-the-clock attention, as needed, presented in a respectful manner. The staff oversees an award-winning program called 'Bridge to Rediscovery,' which has proven results in improving the quality of life for residents.

While the medical care of Willow Pointe residents remains a key priority, the home offers a broad selection of attractions and amenities designed to keep residents happy and entertained during their stay. These features include:

  • Award-winning dining with a wide range of healthy food choices
  • Social pastimes such as cards, board games and movies
  • Secure shopping and other trips throughout the surrounding community
  • Barbering, hairstyling and several spa services such as manicures and pedicures
  • Close geographical proximity to a library and trail network

Residents who join the Willow Pointe community can benefit from top-notch care while still enjoying the many benefits their experienced when living at home. The family members of the Willow Pointe community will know that their loved one has 24-hour care while still enjoying autonomy.

Pricing at Willow Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Willow Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care

2.8 of 5 Average rating
14 Reviews
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(7) A Place For Mom
(7) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Caring environment

    My father is in Memory Care at Willow Pointe. I live nearby and visit 4-5 times a week. The staff is very friendly and attentive to the physical and emotional needs of the individual residents. They make it a pleasant place to be. I wish they had more varied activities for the residents.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Caring environment

    My father is in Memory Care at Willow Pointe. I live nearby and visit 4-5 times a week. The staff is very friendly and attentive to the physical and emotional needs of the individual residents. They make it a pleasant place to be. I wish they had more varied activities for the residents.

  • Very Happy With Willow Pointe

    Since we placed my mother-in-law at Willow Pointe we have been very happy with the care she is getting. The staff is extremely friendly and quick to answer questions and listen to any concerns. We are certain she is in the right place to get the care she needs!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Very Happy With Willow Pointe

    Since we placed my mother-in-law at Willow Pointe we have been very happy with the care she is getting. The staff is extremely friendly and quick to answer questions and listen to any concerns. We are certain she is in the right place to get the care she needs!

  • Reality is different from appearance

    There are some talented and caring staff at the Memory Care unit but they do not have strong management, which leads to miscommunication and individuals making their own decisions. it also makes it difficult for the family to know who to work with. It was rare to see the Director. The sales person was removed from any interaction once we moved in. When my father returned to this facility after a hospital stay and with explicit instructions to have meals in his rooms, the morning staff had him walk to the main dining room (not the staff person's fault because nothing about the post hospital discharge instructions were shared, despite a 45 minute meeting with the Willow Pointe nursing staff). There is a robust calendar of activities, but there were rarely any activities - maybe an activity offered once per week. Residents watched TV and went into their rooms. Individual schedules weren't always respected, my father would routinely be woken from a deep sleep to be given a shower, which usually didn't go well as he was confused and exhausted. We had a number of issues that were difficult to resolve including ants in my father's room (ants were inside his water mug, crawling on him as he napped) and other resident rooms, toilet was leaking on floor for over a week, and a thermostat/heating unit in his bedroom that kept the temperature too high (over 80 degrees) for the first week. I think the food was excellent but sometimes they ran out. Snacks were almost never provided. The layout of the building is really conducive to residents being able to easily step out of their room and be in a common area with some people. It is also helpful for visitors to have several different options for sitting and conversation with my father. There were staff level employees with experience, skills and an interest in the residents. There were also staff who were on their cellphones or plugged in their headphones to listen to music, rather than interact with residents. We moved my father out of the facility due to the many other issues that were not effectively resolved by the management.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Reality is different from appearance

    There are some talented and caring staff at the Memory Care unit but they do not have strong management, which leads to miscommunication and individuals making their own decisions. it also makes it difficult for the family to know who to work with. It was rare to see the Director. The sales person was removed from any interaction once we moved in. When my father returned to this facility after a hospital stay and with explicit instructions to have meals in his rooms, the morning staff had him walk to the main dining room (not the staff person's fault because nothing about the post hospital discharge instructions were shared, despite a 45 minute meeting with the Willow Pointe nursing staff). There is a robust calendar of activities, but there were rarely any activities - maybe an activity offered once per week. Residents watched TV and went into their rooms. Individual schedules weren't always respected, my father would routinely be woken from a deep sleep to be given a shower, which usually didn't go well as he was confused and exhausted. We had a number of issues that were difficult to resolve including ants in my father's room (ants were inside his water mug, crawling on him as he napped) and other resident rooms, toilet was leaking on floor for over a week, and a thermostat/heating unit in his bedroom that kept the temperature too high (over 80 degrees) for the first week. I think the food was excellent but sometimes they ran out. Snacks were almost never provided. The layout of the building is really conducive to residents being able to easily step out of their room and be in a common area with some people. It is also helpful for visitors to have several different options for sitting and conversation with my father. There were staff level employees with experience, skills and an interest in the residents. There were also staff who were on their cellphones or plugged in their headphones to listen to music, rather than interact with residents. We moved my father out of the facility due to the many other issues that were not effectively resolved by the management.

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Community Details at Willow Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care

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    • Willow Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care Amenities

      • Kosher
      • Meals Provided
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Activities Offsite
      • Activities Onsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Devotional Services Onsite
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