Person-Centered Care is what we believe in

St. Monica’s believes in providing enhanced living experiences within a secure, safe environment. Care is round-the-clock with RN’s and support staff always within reach. We follow a Person-Centered Care philosophy recognizing that each of our residents have unique needs. Our residents’ well being is always our primary concern.

At St. Monica’s, we promote a life style of engagement and enjoyment necessary for successful aging.   We believe in ‘Aging in Place’ meaning you can be confident in knowing that you may be able to live at St. Monica’s throughout your life. Each resident has a personal comprehensive care plan. We partner with other organizations to provide all the care that you need including home care and hospice services.

Individualized needs and safety are met through ongoing evaluations within the scope of our license – earning commendable ratings from the State of Wisconsin and top honors through Caring.com for 4 years running. St. Monica’s utilizes the latest technology to meet residents’ needs, including computerized patient charting, wander management systems, latest treatment technique training for staff members and in 2016 will breaking ground on a new Memory Care Unit.

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Memory Care Unit

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Main Entry

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Chapel Renovation

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Dining Room Renovation

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Living Room Renovation

We are proud to announce that we will be building a new 24-Room Memory Care Unit, we will break ground the fall of 2016. The expansion will be constructed on their 42-acre property on the northwest side of the existing building. The new 18,000 square foot memory care building will be specially designed to meet the challenges of those dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and other related Dementias. The expansion compliments St. Monica’s existing Person Centered Care model.

“I would like you to know what a compassionate nurse Deb is.  She seems able to find the time to listen, suggest, offer advice and help in any way she can.  Deb seems to have a way of knowing when the person she is seeing is troubled.  She will take the time to ask how you are feeling and if she can help in any way.  Deb is a gem and I am so thankful for her”.
– Dorothy Berger