The 15 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Madison, WI

Searching for assisted living in Madison, WI can be a challenge; luckily we can help. Seniorly can help you quickly and easily sort through all the different assisted living communities in Madison, so that you can find the one that best suits your family's needs. Filter Madison assisted living communities by price, amenity, and other features to find your top contenders. Once you have a list of assisted living facilities you're interested in, you have the option to get in touch with a Seniorly Partner Advisor. Our Partner Advisors are local, and can offer you the inside scoop on senior living communities in Madison as well as schedule tours for you, and even accompany you on tours. They are experts in helping seniors find the ideal new home where they can thrive. Start narrowing your search for assisted living communities in Madison today.
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1. Brookdale Madison

429 S Yellowstone Dr, Madison, WI 53719Assisted Living · Memory Care
$4,395 - $7,545
/month
Brookdale Middleton Stonefield 1

2. Brookdale Middleton Stonefield

6701 Stonefield Rd, Middleton, WI 53562Assisted Living · Memory Care
$4,389 - $5,323
/month
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3. Capitol Lakes Terraces

345 W Main St, Madison, WI 53703Assisted Living · Memory Care
$10,558
/month
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4. Brookdale Madison West - Assisted Living/Memory Care

429 South Yellowstone Drive, Madison, WI 53719Assisted Living · Memory Care
$5,345
/month
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5. Emmca Adult Day Center

4142 Monona Dr, Madison, WI 53716Assisted Living · Board and Care Home
$4,179
/month
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Heritage Of Monona Fe Heritage 10 1

6. Heritage Of Monona Fe Heritage 10

111 Owen Rd, Madison, WI 53716Assisted Living
$4,400 - $7,400
/month
The Waterford At Fitchburg 1

7. The Waterford At Fitchburg

5440 Caddis Bend, Fitchburg, WI 53711Assisted Living · Independent Living
$4,984
/month
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8. Arc Maternal & Infant Program

4202 Monona Dr, Madison, WI 53716Assisted Living
$3,940 - $5,250
/month
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9. Oak Park Place Of Nakoma

4327 Nakoma Rd, Madison, WI 53711Assisted Living
$2,100 - $4,300
/month
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10. Golden Heart Senior Care, Madison

437 S. Yellowstone Drive, Ste 101, Madison, WI 53744-6286Assisted Living
$4,426
/month
Oakwood Village Tabor Oaks 1

11. Oakwood Village Tabor Oaks

6175 Mineral Point Rd, Madison, WI 53705Assisted Living · Memory Care
$2,546 - $6,360
/month
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12. Always Best Care Madison

437 S. Yellowstone Dr., Suite #210, Madison, WI 53719Assisted Living
$4,000
/month
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13. The Artisan Middleton II

5330 Century Ave, Middleton, WI 53562Assisted Living
$3,541
/month
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15. Rem Bradford

22 Bradford Ln, Madison, WI 53714Assisted Living
$5,154
/month
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16. Brookdale Madison West - Assisted Living/Memory Care

413 S Yellowstone Dr, Madison, WI 53719Assisted Living · Memory Care
$4,395 - $7,545
/month
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17. Tellurian Transitional Housing

300 Femrite Dr, Madison, WI 53716Assisted Living
$2,973
/month
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19. Whitney Lodge II

209 N Whitney Way, Madison, WI 53705Assisted Living
$4,500 - $20,000
/month
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20. Brighter Life Living

901 Pflaum Rd, Madison, WI 53716Assisted Living · Board and Care Home · Memory Care
$2,800 - $5,000
/month
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Explore other types of communities in Madison, Wisconsin

Assisted Living
For seniors who need some help with daily activities and want a supportive community that’s active, social, and engaging.
Independent Living
For active older adults who want to downsize to a home in a retirement community but don’t need help to live independently.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
For seniors with more serious medical needs who require skilled care following a hospitalization, illness, or surgery.
Memory Care
A supervised and secured community designed to support engagement and quality of life for residents living with dementia.
Board and Care Home
Homes in residential neighborhoods that are equipped and staffed to provide daily care for a small number of residents.
Active Adult Communities (55+)
Communities of houses and apartments for residents 55 and older who live independently, enjoying an active, social lifestyle.

Helpful Resources

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Assisted Living Facilities near Madison, Wisconsin

Getting Ready to Move to Assisted Living in Madison

Preparing a loved one to move into an assisted living community near you in Madison can be an emotional and busy time. It's good to prepare a checklist of what to do in preparation for the move. Before that, though, make sure you are current on scheduled visits to the doctor, dentist and any other professionals you rely on for good health. You need a doctor's assessment in order to move into the assisted living facility to ensure the community can provide the care you require.

Downsize belongings prior to making the move to ease the transition. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Visit the new apartment and picture what you have room for.
  • Make a list of the necessary items you’ll bring: bed, sofa, clothes, TV.
  • Budget for movers if you are bringing heavy furniture.
  • Make a list of sentimental items you want close by like photos, a favorite piece of art and special mementos.
  • Give remaining sentimental items to family and friends.
  • Sell anything left over, such as tools, appliances and antiques.
  • Donate clothes, extra bedding and kitchen supplies you don't need.
  • Sell cars or a home and put the money aside for future expenses.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Madison?

The average monthly cost of assisted living in Madison is $4,300 according to the Genworth Cost of Care Calculator.

It's important to understand the cost of assisted living, which involves a number of factors, such as the type of property you choose, the level of care needed and the kinds of amenities at a particular assisted living facility.

These costs are based on the type of facility, and they can include:

  • Basic assisted living with few additional amenities and lower costs.
  • Boutique assisted living at moderate cost, offering some extras like fitness centers and enrichment programs.
  • Luxury assisted living facilities are the most expensive and include premium services, a variety of onsite amenities, programs and services, and modern apartments.

According to the Genworth Cost of Care survey, based on 2017 data, aging citizens pay an average monthly cost of $3,750 for assisted living in the United States. The state of Wisconsin has a higher monthly average of $4,000, with assisted living in Madison on the high end of the spectrum at an average of $4,300 per month.

Our local Seniorly Partner Agents often have the ability to negotiate monthly rent and fees on your behalf at many of the communities you might be interested in.  This is a free service to you.  To connect to a Seniorly Partner Agent email us now at ask@seniorly.com or call (855) 866-4515.

What’s the Difference Between Assisted Living vs. Other Senior Care Types?

Assisted living sits between independent living and skilled nursing facilities (also known as nursing homes) on a continuum of care, separating it from other forms of senior care.

Before deciding on an assisted living community, you should understand how it compares to other care types offered in the Madison area. Here's a look at some other types of care for comparison:

  • Independent living works well for aging citizens in good physical condition who like independence, but no longer need a single-family home or apartment.
  • Respite care is designed for short-term care for seniors who need extra help after illness or surgery.
  • Home care is personal, non-medical care provided in an aging citizen's home.
  • Memory care facilities are designed specifically for Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related conditions.
  • Hospice care is tailored toward the chronically ill, such as those battling cancer or facing end-of-life scenarios.
  • Skilled nursing offers round-the-clock nursing services or rehabilitative care. In some cases, a move to this type of care may only be temporary.