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

Oconomowoc Dementia Friendly Community Forum: A Great Success!

I am so energized after attending yesterday’s Oconomowoc Dementia Friendly Community Forum that was held at Aurora Medical Center in Summit. It is so exciting to see how the community of Oconomowoc has embraced this important initiative. We had a sizeable audience comprised of professionals, community, caregivers and more, all there to learn more about how they can become involved in a dementia friendly Oconomowoc. At the Forum, we heard from professionals that are in the forefront of Alzheimer’s Care such as Michael Malone, MD, Geriatric Medicine with Aurora and Julie Wilson, MD of ProHealth Care Neuroscience Services. We also heard from former Governor Martin Schreiber who shared his story of how Alzheimer’s Disease has personally impacted his life. He shared a touching story about how he’s navigated the journey of caregiver for his wife Elaine, who was diagnosed with dementia years ago.

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Volunteer Appreciation Week: Here’s to your Health!

There are so many great reasons to volunteer. For one, the economic benefit is astounding. Nationally there are 62.8 million people who volunteer. Their service is valued at $184 billion annually! On a social level, volunteerism brings people together providing them with a sense of camaraderie and it promotes self-esteem and self-worth. Volunteerism gives people opportunities to experience new interests and develop new skills. Research points to the health benefits too. A Corporation for National & Community Service report establishes a correlation between volunteerism and lower rates of depression, greater functional ability and lower mortality rates later in life.

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