Oak Hill Terrace is a Laureate Group senior community in Waukesha, Wisconsin. You’ll feel like you’re part of a friendly neighborhood when you walk into Oak Hill Terrace. With easy access to the Fox River Sanctuary and the Glacial Drumlin Trail, we’re a close-knit community woven into the fabric of the surrounding Waukesha area.
Our senior living community was the first apartment-style assisted living in the state of Wisconsin. We have been recognized by the Aging and Disability Resource Center as being a great partner in serving older adults throughout Waukesha County.
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 at Oak Hill Terrace, 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 beauty salon, therapy gym, library, transportation for shopping and outings, and full-service bank. There’s something for everyone at Oak Hill Terrace in Waukesha.
Healthy heart, happy taste buds! Our chefs take pride in planning a menu with a senior’s health in mind, while delivering variety and great flavor. Seniors enjoy daily nutritious meals made from scratch with fresh ingredients. During meal gatherings in our socially-distanced dining rooms, Oak Hill Terrace offers an inviting environment for people to enjoy tasty food while socializing with friends and neighbors.
Robert Best, NHA, is Executive Director of Oak Hill Terrace in Waukesha. He is a licensed health care administrator and has more than 30 years of experience working with older adults in a variety of settings.
He is a fellow in the Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center, an author of books and articles on aging, and has presented at conferences across the U.S. He finds the family-owned Laureate Group to have the right approach: “When you live or work at a Laureate Group Community, you feel like you are part of a family. It is a philosophy, consistent with my own, to care for people as though you have known them all your life.”
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