November 2018 – Case Manager News

November 2018 – Case Manager News

posted 10/19/18

November – Case Manager News

Do you have your
“File of Life”
on your fridge?

File of Life is a small plastic envelope that hangs on your fridge and contains important information about you in case you ever need emergency medical  assistance. Local EMS look for these cards! File of Life includes information such as your name, birthdate and medications you take. If you need one give us a call and we will get one for you!


Julie Larson

New Case Manager:

Hello! My name is Julie Larson and I joined the Verona Senior Center Staff in late September as a Case Manager. I have been in case management and human services for my entire career serving almost every population in the community as well as in a health-care setting. I have always worked with people of all ages, including seniors, and I am excited for the opportunity to focus my career on older adults here at the Verona Senior Center. In my personal time, I enjoy being outside, reading and live music. I have three children who are active in the community, school and sports and keep me busy. Please feel free to stop by my office, which is next to Becky’s.





Check out the “Verona Senior Center Case Management & Outreach” page on Facebook! Feel free to “like” this page and see our weekly updates.

Becky & Julie
Your Case Management Team


2018 Car Check… Volunteers

Car Check / Car Fit

Car Check / Car Fit is held at Hometown Auto annually and gives seniors a car inspection and fluid check. Additionally, Madison College OT students are present to make sure your car fits you correctly. BIG THANKS to our sponsors, Hometown Auto, RSVP, Verona Police, and Verona Senior Center. Thanks also to Kwik Trip for providing hot coffee and donuts!




Mark your calendar for next year!