Where You Live Can Be a Big Decision.

Choosing Laureate Group Can Make a Big Difference.

The Laureate Group provides independent living, assisted living and compassionate dementia care in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties, all in an apartment setting. Our continuum of care means each individual will get appropriate assistance if his or her health needs change.

What sets Laureate Group apart is how we provide those services. In every community, people are encouraged to do and decide as much for themselves as they can, but there is no bigger priority throughout the day for staff, than helping people get through theirs. Everyone has a responsibility to help, to know that if someone needs assistance then that moves to the top of their “to do” list.

Find out more about the differences you’ll find living at a Laureate Group community.

From Our Blog

Be a Conscientious When Visiting an Older Adult

At this time of year, it seems like every third person you meet has a cold or is recovering from it. Or worse they may be battling a stomach bug. As mostly healthy active adults with busy lives, when we are “slightly sick” — a scratchy throat, cough, a bout of diarrhea — we usually shoulder through it as best we can to keep our lives on schedule. If that means sticking to a planned visit to an older adult you may want to reconsider. Your visit may bring more than just a smile to those you come to see.

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Adjusting to Living in a Senior Community

The decision to move into a senior community can be a difficult one for older adults. It is hard to move away from what is familiar, so a reluctance to make the transition is understandable. We all get comfortable and feel safe in a home we have lived in for years. And once the decision has been made to make the move to a senior community it’s natural that there will be some concerns — fear of the unknown, fear of not liking the community, and maybe fear of not fitting it.

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