Maintaining the health, wellness and safety of the residents and staff at Morningside Assisted Living continues to be our number one priority. At this time, our residence remains closed to non-essential visitors. However, we feel we have a responsibility to take small, carefully measured steps to slowly begin to reopen our campus and reunite residents with their loved ones.
Currently we are allowing up to two people at a time to visit inside the building in designated areas. The visit must be scheduled in advance. Visitors will be screened according to federal, state and local guidelines, and everyone must wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart.
We continue to accept new admissions. Virtual tours are available and in-person tours may be arranged under certain circumstances.
If you’re interested in scheduling a visit with your loved one or requesting a virtual tour, please call or email Renae Creasey RN, Administrator – 608-723-5232 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Christmas spirit was in full swing at Morningside this past December! Residents enjoyed helping decorate around the building, finding the Elf on the Shelf each day, and wrapping boxes for a game they played. A door decorating contest was also held, where staff decorated the door o Continue Reading →
The month of October was full of fun activities for the seniors. They decorated pumpkins and put together treat bags for the Sweets & Treats 2020 Event, which was a rousing success! Residents watched through the front window while families and kiddos drove up to grab their treats Continue Reading →
National Assisted Living Week was September 13th – 19th. Residents celebrated with a variety of fun activities throughout the week. They put together goodies and small gift bags for local essential workers, went for a scenic bus ride, enjoyed a fabulous Zoom presentation from th Continue Reading →
August was a wonderful month for our seniors. They took a bus tour of the Mississippi River, made beautiful fall luminaries, and enjoyed mimosas on the patio while Larry Busch entertained with lively music. Residents also had lots of fun writing ‘Letters to Lambeau,’ which Continue Reading →
The seniors at Morningside had a great July full of wonderful activities. They enjoyed lovely scenic bus rides, had a fun summer picnic, and shucked corn on the patio. Thanks to Sue Mumm and Ricky & Sue Mayne for donating the delicious sweet corn! Another thank you to Mary Saunder Continue Reading →