Menomonee Falls is a small village in Wisconsin with a population of around 38,000. Seniors age 65 and older make up around 19% of the population. The village is home to the Rotary Park and the Menomonee Park, providing plenty of green space for afternoon walks and picnics. Seniors can also take a tour of the Harley Davidson factory or sign up for a pottery class at Just Kiln’ Time.
There are five assisted living communities located within Menomonee Falls. These communities cost around $5,073 per month, though actual costs may vary depending on the types of care offered, the number of amenities and the size of the facility.
Note: Data for Menomonee Falls was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Milwaukee, was used instead.
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According to Genworth’s 2020 Cost of Care Survey, the average monthly cost of assisted living in Menomonee Falls is $5,073. This is more expensive than the state average of $4,400 and the national average of $4,300. To the west, Minnesota residents can expect to pay around $4,283 per month, while those in Iowa will pay around $4,073. South of Wisconsin, Illinois assisted living communities have an average cost of $4,575.
The United States
Throughout the state of Wisconsin, assisted living costs vary by city. Janesville and Green Bay are two of the least expensive at $3,975 and $3,800, respectively. Eau Claire and the Wausau area are slightly higher at $4,000 and $4,100 per month, while Fond du Lac is the second highest at $4,686.
Fond du Lac
Low-income seniors in Menomonee Falls may apply for the Assisted Living Facility waiver. This waiver helps pay for home and community-based services like medication administration, grooming, bathing, housekeeping, laundry, transportation and meals. Learn more about this waiver, including the eligibility requirements and how to apply, at our Assisted Living in Wisconsin page.
|Milwaukee County Veterans Services||(414) 266-1234||The Milwaukee County Veterans Services office covers a wide variety of programs for prior military and their families. These programs include assistance with receiving compensation, educational grants and insurance counseling. The agency can help servicemen obtain military records and families obtain death benefits. It also provides information on military burials.|
|Milwaukee County Department on Aging||(414) 289-6874||The Milwaukee County Department on Aging connects seniors age 60 and older with programs and resources in the area. The agency helps improve the quality of life for older adults and helps them remain independent for as long as possible through assistive devices, transportation and health and wellness. Other services include emergency preparedness and dementia care.|
|Wisconsin Long-Term Care Ombudsman||(608) 246-7001||The Long-Term Care Ombudsman handles complaints and resolves conflicts for individuals living in long-term care facilities. The agency works with licensing, certification and other enforcement agencies to ensure all seniors receive excellent quality of care. Some of the concerns the office helps with include long-term care placement, privacy and confidentiality, dietary needs, personal needs allowances and facility transfers.|
|Menomonee Falls Senior Shuttle||(262) 251-4230||The Menomonee Falls Senior Shuttle Program offers low-cost rides to and from medical appointments and for errands and daily outings. The service is available for those 60 and older, and reservations should be made in advance.|
|Menomonee Falls Senior Center||(262) 255-8469||The Menomonee Falls senior center provides a safe place for individuals age 60 and older to gather and take part in daily activities. The center offers arts and crafts, computer classes, gardening, games, movies and special events like live music concerts and parties. The center also plans day trips to local points of interest.|
The Wisconsin Department of Health regulates assisted living communities in Menomonee Falls and throughout the state. These laws and regulations cover items such as staffing, health and safety, medication administration and elder rights. Learn more about these laws at our Assisted living in Wisconsin page.