Case Management

The Middleton Senior Center has two Case Managers on staff who are available to answer questions and refer seniors, their families and caregivers, to appropriate services available in the community. To reach a case manager call (608) 831-2373 email Jill Schonenberger or Stacey Baik.

Information & Referrals

Case managers are a good resource for seniors, their families, and caregivers if they have questions about any of the following:
  • Medicare, Medigap, Medicaid, and other medical assistance
  • Long-term care
  • Housing – Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes
  • Disability and Social Security
  • Food Stamps, energy services and rental assistance
  • Power of Attorney, Guardianship and referrals to benefit specialists
  • Supportive home care

Program Options

Case managers can connect seniors with such programs as:
  • Durable Medical Equipment - Loan Closet
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Financial Assistance (Taxes) - The Middleton Senior Center, in collaboration with AARP, offers free income tax assistance during tax season for seniors and those with low to moderate income. Appointments are required.

  •  Support groups
  • Roadside Review - Safe driving options for seniors
  • RSVP - Transportation to medical appointments

Support Groups

     Essential Tremor Support Group - This group meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at 10:30 a.m. 


  • Blood Pressure Screenings – Volunteer nurses provide blood pressure screening monthly on the first Tuesday of each month beginning at 12:30 p.m. No appointments are necessary.
  • Foot Care - The Middleton Senior Center offers foot care in collaboration with Home Health United. The cost is $20. Diabetic foot care cost is $28. Please contact the Senior Center at (608) 831-2373 to schedule your appointment.
  • Medicare Part D - Navigating the decisions related to Medicare Part D plans can be complicated. Volunteers are available during the Part D enrollment period to assist seniors in choosing the best plan for them. Medicare Part D plans change annually and it is best for everyone to evaluate their options every year. Appointments are required.