Lisa Stueland, RN

Vice President Operations

Lisa is responsible for those services that directly touch our older adults’ lives - - all Dining, Nursing and Lifestyle operations within the organization. She is a registered nurse, has a Specialist in Gerontology Certificate and has been in long term care for 31 years. She has been involved in a wide variety of local and statewide professional organizations including Waukesha County Health Council, State of Wisconsin Assisted Living Forum and WALA (Wisconsin Assisted Living Association). Lisa co-authored the WALA publication, “Walking Tall in Assisted Living: Your Guide to Falls Management in Wisconsin.”

Articles by Lisa

Senior Communities can be Good for Your Heart

Strength in Community: Fall Prevention

Don’t Let the Flu “bug” You!

Be a Conscientious When Visiting an Older Adult

Specialty Care For More Complex Needs

Diabetes Care in Our Communities

National Nurses Week: Celebrating Our Caregivers

Aging and Macular Degeneration

How to Think “FAST” and Recognize a Stroke

Silver Alert: Keeping Loved Ones with Alzheimer's Safe

The Impact of Living Into Our 90s

Be a Conscientious Visitor to a Senior Community

Know Your Medications and Get To Know Your Pharmacist

Preventing Frailty In Older Adults

If You Have Medicare and Find Yourself in a Hospital

Living in a Senior Community Guards Against Loneliness

Talking About the End of Life, Long Before It Comes

Fighting Osteoporosis By Working The Bones

Listening, Helping and Caring for the Whole Person

When the Wear and Tear of Life Shows Up in Your Joints

Hydration and Older Adults

Recovery From a Heart Attack and Exercise

A Persistent Heart and a Good Outcome

Living With Low Vision

Alzheimer's May Touch Your Family

Specialized Care for Alzheimer's Enhances Quality of Life

The Importance of a Health Care Power of Attorney

Full Time RNs in Assisted Living: Why It Matters