Consumer Guide to Health Care
Finding and Choosing an
Assisted Living Facility
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Looking for an Assisted Living Facility?
Search a database:
Find an assisted living facility using the Wisconsin Assisted Living
Association provider search feature.
from the Alzheimer's Association, is an online tool that can help you
determine your care needs and care options.
Wisconsin Assisted Living Facilities and Programs
from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services
provides links to information about assisted living facilities, how to choose an assisted living facility,
and your rights as an assisted living facility resident or resident's family member.
Thinking of Moving to an Assisted Living Residence? (PDF, 615 KB)
This guide from the Coalition of Institutionalized Aged and Disabled and the Nursing Home
Community Coalition of New York State provides those thinking of moving to an assisted
living residence with questions to ask and things to consider.
What is Assisted Living? from the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association
(WALA). WALA is a state affiliate of the Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA).
ALFA represents over 7,000 for-profit and not-for-profit providers of assisted living,
continuing care retirement communities, independent living and other forms of housing and
Affordable Assisted Living is an initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation and led by the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority
and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services with
technical support from NCB Development Services. Their site
includes a consumer
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Last Revised:August 25, 2011