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Holton Manor licensed by the state of Wisconsin, certified by the Federal Government, surveyed annually for compliance

Holton Manor is a non-profit 501c3 Wisconsin Illinois Senior Housing Inc community. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, commercial insurance, Medicare replacement plans, long term care insurance, and private pay.

Success Stories

Where Compassion Meets Long-Term Care

 

Shared rooms, limited meal options and impersonalized care are a thing of the past; Holton Manor is a premium provider of long-term care with their resident-centered approach in Elkhorn, WI. Almost doubling in square footage in the 2014 renovation, Holton Manor still has the same amount of beds in the building, but they now have private room options for both long-term care and short-term rehabilitation. They operate as a non-for-profit 501(c)(3) care community, investing all profits back into the buildings and into the residents lives.

 

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Gladys reviews her menu options for the day, one of the thing she enjoy about Holton Manor’s dietary is their use of seasonal foods.

Inpatient, Outpatient Therapy plus Home Health Brings Solutions For Healing​

Marian H. is 87 years old and lives with her daughter and her family. After two falls which resulted in a broken femur, knee cap, and pelvis, and a bad case Vertigo, she and her family chose Holton Manor to begin her healing. The CNAs, nurses, volunteers, and staff became so in-tune with her condition and needs, that when Marian used the call button, they could often anticipate her needs and respond quickly. 

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Josh, Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) , and Marian get ready for an aquatic therapy session at Holton Manor.

Healing with Aquatic Therapy

 

Ms. M broke her hip in 2013 and has since then had four surgeries and she’s struggled a lot with infection. Upon being admitted she was in 10 out of 10 pain level with any movement, five out of 10 with no movement. Impaired gross motor coordination, very limited mobility, abnormalities in posture, decreased rotation of hip, shuffling gate & poor balance. 

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