Laurel Oaks is a Laureate Group senior living community in a quiet Glendale, Wisconsin neighborhood. Those who live in our community experience a Milwaukee North Shore lifestyle with the convenience and peace of mind that a senior apartment community setting offers.
Choose to easily explore the cultural events the city has to offer, spend the day with family at nearby parks, or gather with friends around the fireplace in our common areas. Our experience in the industry and caring staff is the very reason so many people choose to live at Laurel Oaks.
Ideal choice for both individuals as well as couples with differing care needs who want to remain together.
Independent living and assisted living, plus specialized assisted care for Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.
Programming that honors veterans, including our Wall of Honor as a tribute to those who have served.
Look beyond the real estate to find the true heart of our community. Seniors thrive here because ensuring their good health and helping them stay active is part of our mission.
Every month, our Lifestyle Staff plans a full calendar of social, wellness, creative, educational and spiritual activities that nourish the mind, body and soul. In addition, we have a market, beauty salon, exercise and therapy gym, and library. There’s something for everyone at Laurel Oaks in Glendale.
Eating at Laurel Oaks is like dining out! Our chefs take pride in planning a menu with a senior’s health in mind while delivering variety and great flavor. Seniors who live at Laurel Oaks enjoy nutritious daily meals made from scratch with fresh ingredients.
Our restaurant-style dining is an inviting environment for people to enjoy tasty food while socializing with friends and neighbors. Guests are always welcome, and our private dining room can be reserved for dinner parties, luncheons or special gatherings.
As a Registered Nurse, Laurel Oaks Executive Director Kim Brown has spent the majority of her nursing career in the long term care industry. She took her first job as an aide in her neighborhood nursing home as a 16-year-old, and has worked in a variety of nursing management roles throughout her career.
“I knew at a young age that I would be a nurse, and I so fondly remember the names and faces of the first individuals I ever cared for as an aide. It has had a lasting impact on my life and I feel blessed to be able to come to work every day and positively affect the lives of others.”
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