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Senior Living Information from Our Experienced Laureate Group Staff
Whether you’re at the beginning of your search for senior living, in the midst of collecting information or feeling overwhelmed by all you’ve found, there are several ways to get reliable senior living information from the highly experienced staff of the Laureate Group.
Contact a Senior Community
If you know the community that most interests you, speak with the Marketing Director! They are happy to help you determine the best of the many senior living options open to you. Every Marketing Director at a Laureate Group Senior Community is highly knowledgeable and serve as facilitators of family discussions regarding care needs and next steps. They are even able to make a home visit.
Laureate Way: Informational Articles
Through the Laureate Way blog, our experienced staff shares their knowledge of senior living and care. These articles are to help families and older adults manage the challenges of aging.
Learn about what to expect as dementia progresses, tips about moving and transitioning, how to talk to your parents about moving, how to pay for care, recipes for healthy eating, recent studies on senior health, and much more.
Our “Laureate Cares” service is designed to provide you with senior information that can help you better understand independent living, assisted living and the other service choices available in the Greater Milwaukee area.
Each of our team members has at least 20 years of experience in senior services, and works with seniors every single day. Your free, confidential consultation will be with someone who knows the system, understands the challenges, and can help you set a course to meet your needs.
Laureate Group communities regularly host free educational programs on topics relating to senior living and care. Here are some examples of our educational programs that offer senior living information:
- How to Pay for Assisted Living
- Difficult Conversations Between Aging Parents and Adult Children
- Downsizing: Tips to Get You Motivated
- Preventing Crisis with our Aging Parents: Overcoming the Barriers to Change