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

Difficulties Seniors Face When Dealing with Adult Children Who Mean Well

You love your children and you value the special relationship you have with them. It seems like yesterday that they were young and you were teaching them how to read and write, how to handle the challenges that every child faces as they navigate growing up. Then one day they're adults with their own family, and they're making their own decisions. A few more years pass, you begin to face some challenges yourself, and it feels like a role reversal; your adult children begin to make decisions for you. So have you really changed roles, have you really become the child?

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The Challenge of Starting THE Conversation

I have written before about the challenges of engaging a parent in a conversation about moving from the home they love. According to a recent report on NPR, there are 43 million people in America that are over 65 and that number will double in 35 years. This means that there are a growing number of families that are being faced with these difficult conversations. How do you have an honest conversation with a parent or grandparent who can no longer manage on their own?

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