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Dementia Stabilization Unit work continues at PV
Annual report for Pleasant View given by director
Green County Board
MONROE — Renovation of a portion of Pleasant View Nursing Home continues as a Dementia Stabilization Unit that will serve Green, Grant, Lafayette and Iowa counties is being created.Terry Snow, director of Pleasant View, provided the Green County Board of Supervisors with an annual report March 10 that addressed the work being done on the unit as well as the state of affairs at the nursing home.The Wisconsin Department of Health Services Division of Medicaid Services for long-term care provided a $271,0000 grant in 2019 to renovate a portion of Pleasant View to create the Dementia Stabilization Unit. The facility can accommodate up to six residents at any one time. The unit’s purpose is to assess individuals and develop a plan of care for them, so they can return to their communities or homes had receive long-term care.Snow said the development of the program for the unit is ongoing with the Pleasant View still working to obtain licensure, a protocol for funding for payment and education of staff.