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Person-Centered Care


What is Person-Centered Care?

Person-centered care is our main focus at The Koselig House.  Just as Grandma Marion deserved personalized care, so do each of our residents.

This means our exceptional Team goes above and beyond to tailor care and engagement to match the interests, abilities, history, and personality of each individual resident.

Why is Person-Centered Care Important?

By doing this, we know that it helps ensure that those in our care are enabled to take part in the things they enjoy, and to live the highest quality of life possible. In addition, for those with the start of memory loss, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer's disease or another form of Dementia, offering these types of personalized supports can assist in mitigating behavioral and psychological symptoms of the disease.

Serving the Koselig Mission

Based on our Mission of Honor, Humanity, Comfort, and Privilege to Serve, our Koselig Team treats all in our care using the key point of person-centered dementia care.  This means that every resident is treated with respect and dignity.  We work to understand the resident's history, lifestyle, culture, and preferences in terms of what they like or dislike, hobbies, or other interests.

We also try to keep the point of the view of each resident in mind and helping them to connect and converse with other residents and build relationships.  

How are Activities Person-Centered?

Every life enrichment activity at The Koselig House is centered around the preferences of our residents.  We also engaging them to try new things and take part in a variety of experiences.  In doing this, we focus on achieving the ultimate goal in person-centered care and living. This is to provide unique care to the individual that fosters normalcy, choice, purpose, belonging, security, and strength.

In addition, we partner with many local entertainers, churches, schools, and volunteers to enrich the smiles and lives of our residents.


If you have a special talent to share, a moment to converse with our residents, or a way that you would like to give back through volunteering with our Koselig family, we would love to hear from you! Please call 608-842-2693 today!

Caregiver helping resident with their hair.

Person-Centered Care

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