Assisted Living is the best option for seniors who need help with daily activities. Kenosha Assisted Living facilities provide more support than in-home residential care while allowing more freedom than nursing homes. Some seniors cherish their independence, yet need help with transportation, bathing, taking medicine, housekeeping or preparing meals. There’s always expert help available immediately at the push of a button, in case there’s an emergency. Social opportunities abound, too; often a social director organizes fun outings and events, and dinner together with other residents means fewer feelings of isolation. Most facilities offer rehab services often needed by the elderly. If you know a a senior who is looking for an Assisted Living situation where these needs can be met, you’ll find listings for both temporary and long-term facilities in Kenosha here.
A gem among Wisconsin cities, Kenosha is a great place to get out and spend leisure time outside of the Assisted Living facility, or ALF. Kenosha offers a wealth of recreational and cultural opportunities, including afternoon strolls along the sandy shores of Lake Michigan and scenic rides on the old-fashioned streetcar. Pick up local, organic specialties at the bustling European-style Harborside Market and enjoy live entertainment while you’re there. Kenosha Assisted Living allows easy access to the RecPlex for a fantastic array of recreational activities; there’s a racetrack and ski area nearby, too.
If you’re looking for some intellectual stimulation and a visual feast, The Kenosha Public Museum is a natural science and fine arts museum featuring world cultures, zoology, geology, fossils and fine and decorative art. History buffs love Kenosha for its unique museums, including the Civil War Museum.
Don’t miss Sweet Tours at the Jelly Belly Visitor Center, especially with visiting grandchildren! Hop on a train ride, sample interesting and exotic jelly bean flavors, get a candy portrait, and enjoy the fun. Stop in one of Kenosha’s fine eateries for dinner, or pick up a hotdog at Frank’s. For a weekend out with new friends or visiting family, there’s something exciting happening in Kenosha, year round.
The average cost of senior living in Kenosha, for private, one bedroom, senior apartments is $40,320 per year.
Senior Living can help you find senior care that offers a balance of independent living and care. Check out the listings below to find a perfect facility for care for the elderly person in your life.