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Azura Memory Care of Wausau

House Phone: 715-355-0812

Wausau Assisted Living and Memory Care

Wausau Memory Care

With an emphasis on providing exceptional memory care, our Wausau, Wisconsin memory care assisted living community provides a loving, homelike environment for those with early to late stage dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Azura Memory Care of Wausau maintains a highly-skilled team trained specifically in dementia care in accordance with the Alzheimer’s Association’s Guidelines for Dignity and Azura’s exclusive MOSAIC training. This level of expertise and training is unique and not something you will see offered in other Wausau assisted living facilities and nursing homes.

Our MOSAIC education and engagement system trains our team on how to properly approach, communicate and engage those with memory loss. In addition, our team learns our resident’s personal preferences and histories and weaves those pieces into their care and engagement time.

Azura Memory Care provides daily, life-enriching quality of life programming and emphasizes a holistic approach to care. You will have peace of mind knowing your loved one is receiving high-quality memory care led by a team of dedicated directors, nurses, caregivers and therapists.



We are so glad to have our mom in such great care….with such wonderful people! It is great to see smiles and happy faces on everyone’s faces. We love you Lynda, Kelly and all of the great staff! Keep up the great work….it means a lot to have people like you all. – Julie

What sets Azura Apart?

  • A warm, loving and purposely designed home to support those with memory loss
  • A compassionate team, specifically trained in dementia care and Azura’s MOSAIC philosophy
  • Personalized management of behavioral expressions related to wandering, incontinence, sundowning, depression, and anxiety
  • Tailored activities, engagements and therapies to enhance quality of life and create daily moments of joy
  • High caregiver to resident ratio with Registered Nurse oversight

 

Care Services include:

  • 24-hour dementia and Alzheimer’s care in a secured community
  • Daily behavioral and medical monitoring
  • Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming and hygiene
  • Medication management
  • Nutritious meals and snacks | Fall/Winter Menu | Always Available Menu
  • Housekeeping and laundry
  • Diabetic management
  • Sit-to-stand and Hoyer lift capable
  • Collaboration with home health, hospice providers and area physicians to assist with higher medical needs including wound care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/ swallow therapy and end-of-life care

Additional Services include:

Rates range from $3,925 – $6,650 per month, based on room choice and level of care needed

Call 715-491-0882 or contact us to learn more about Alzheimer’s and dementia care at our assisted living community in Wausau, Wisconsin.

 

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Azura’s Memory Care Wausau, Wisconsin FAQs

What type of memory-enhancing programming is available at Azura?

At Azura Memory Care of Wausau, we leverage our MOSAIC philosophy to ensure that every resident receives highly personalized, engaging experiences. Our memory-enhancing therapies are designed to ease anxiety, build connections and slow down cognitive decline. This programming varies from day to day but typically includes opportunities to reminisce, be creative, stay active, engage the brain, enjoy sensory experiences, and more.

How much does memory care cost?

Memory care costs range widely according to your location, the amenities in your community, and the quality of care provided. The average cost of memory care in Wisconsin is $5,750 per month, though it’s most expensive in hubs such as Milwaukee. No matter your Azura location, our communities provide the highest value of dementia care, ranking in the top 3% in the U.S. and Canada.

How can I help my loved one transition to memory care?

Moving to memory care can be scary for individuals with dementia who may struggle to understand and navigate their new environment. To help ease this transition, be sure to personalize their room so it seems familiar, work closely with staff to meet ongoing needs, and listen to your parent’s concerns with compassion. It can also help to encourage a regular friend and family connections through video calls or in-person visits.

 

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