Lori Kurutz, MS, Director of Support Services, Admissions
Clearview's Specialized Programs ensure dignity while providing safety and care to persons with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias, who may pose wandering risks, and those with high behavioral challenges. Our interdisciplinary team approach addresses the relationship between the individual's medical needs and behavioral symptoms. It is our goal to assist individuals to maintain their highest functioning and to provide quality to their daily lives.
In addition to our professional approach when addressing medical and physical care of the individuals, we also focus on their social, emotional, and recreational needs. The interdisciplinary team offers a range of activities designed to enhance the individual's life as well as reflect upon their past experiences. With a focus on individual strengths, interests, and abilities, the team promotes independence, positive self-esteem, value, and socialization.
Our caring staff members also provide emotional support to the residents' families and friends through disease process education and supporting their coping mechanisms. They are encouraged to participate in the Dodge County sponsored or other Alzheimer's Disease Support Group(s).
For a tour of Clearview's specialized programs and to see which one could best provide the care you would want for your family member, call toll free 877-386-3400.
For more information on Alzheimer's disease contact The National Alzheimer's Association at www.alz.org
The Southwestern Wisconsin Chapter HELPLINE 1-800-922-2413
Please visit Alzheimer's Support Group Meetings of Southeastern Wisconsin for information in this area of the state.
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute is at (608) 829-3300 or visit their website at www.wai.wisc.edu/
For more information on our Specialized Services, call Lori Kurutz at 920-386-3415 or email at email@example.com