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There are 4 independent living communities in Milwaukee, WI and 14 independent living communities nearby.
BRIA of Trinity Village is a Life Plan Community that provides a full continuum of care including independent living apartments, assisted living and skilled nursing care. BRIA of Trinity Village is a proven leader in rehabilitation and skilled nursing that…
New Perspective | North Shore elegantly serves seniors throughout the Milwaukee North Shore area. Shopping, parks and Lake Michigan are just minutes away. You can either drive yourself or use our convenient shuttle bus. When you are back at home,…
The Chopin Independent Senior Living Community, for seniors 62 and better, encourages an active lifestyle balanced with the carefree living you desire and the comfort and security you expect. Choose from a variety of apartment styles with unique and well-designed…
Independent Living at Chai Point is retirement living at its best. In the heart of Milwaukee's Jewish cultural and community activities, you're right where you want to be! Overlooking Lake Michigan, the views are spectacular year 'round. The beauty of…
Everything was fine at the BRIA of Trinity Village, but the two-bedroom apartment was too small. They had a choir, bell ringers, a van to take you shopping, and a pretty chapel where you can have service with different ministers that come in. You can have food upstairs in your living quarters or you can go down to the ...Read more BRIA of Trinity Village reviews
BRIA of Trinity Village is the only community I'm interested in. It is a nice and clean place; however, it is too expensive for my budget. The staff is super nice. They have lots of nice activities. They have a gym and a game room. I did see their menu. You get 11 free meals for the first week or so.Read more BRIA of Trinity Village reviews
BRIA of Trinity Village had really old buildings and was kind of set back. It wasn't very appealing to me from a looks perspective, but the staff I met was really nice and helpful. They had a lot of great facilities. The apartment size was fine. They have a library, social room, church room, and they have more care if ...Read more BRIA of Trinity Village reviews
BRIA of Trinity Village was impressive. It was a nice big place, but it was depressing to me. The apartment looked really clean. I didn't have a car at the time, so I would have had to go and buy groceries (and I would have to go byy bus or walk there), and that I didn't like. It was not in the location where I would l...Read more BRIA of Trinity Village reviews
Milwaukee is Wisconsin’s largest city and is popularly known as Brew Town or Beer City. The earliest European visitors to the area were French Catholic missionaries and fur traders in the early 1800s. Some half a century later, a wave of German immigrants arrived bringing with them their treasured beer recipes. Several breweries were quickly set up and soon people all over the country were enjoying Milwaukee beer. The popularity of this amber drink has not waned. Residents enjoying independent living in Milwaukee no doubt often drink a pint or two in one of the dozens of taverns that can be found all over the city streets of old Brew Town.
The Organization for Active Seniors in Society (OASIS) provides a wide range of excellent programs and services for adults aged 50 and older. At OASIS, Milwaukee independent living seniors can have their choice of activities. They can take classes in ballroom dancing, yoga, or Tai Chi, use the computer lab or the fitness center, or attend a lecture on various topics of particular interest to them. There is even a Milwaukee County Sheriff Substation and voting site in the center.
Take advantage of a pleasant day in Milwaukee and explore its historic arts and fashion district called the Third Ward. It’s easy to imagine spending an entire day browsing among the quaint shops, exploring the public market, and meandering through the museums and galleries. After a full day of walking and sight-seeing, it’s time to sit down to a delicious meal in one of the district’s many restaurants and engage in another favorite Third Ward activity – people watching!
There are over 3,100 slot machines and more than 100 table games in the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino. Luck favors the bold, so go ahead and give it your best shot! For a change of pace, residents of independent living in Milwaukee can catch a show at the Northern Lights Theater or enjoy a sumptuous steak dinner at the hotel’s award-winning restaurant.
Froedtert Hospital is a 509-bed academic medical center with a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, and medical professionals who deliver exceptional care to the residents of Milwaukee in 37 specialty areas. It is a major training facility with over a thousand employees providing cutting-edge treatments and the most modern diagnostic procedures. Working closely with the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Hospital is a renowned research facility and Milwaukee’s only adult Level I Trauma Center. Milwaukee independent living residents are indeed fortunate to have world-class medical facilities so close to home.
Milwaukee independent living is greatly enhanced by the transportation options that the county offers. From shared taxi rides that are safe and comfortable to vans and buses for the elderly and disabled, Milwaukee County goes the distance in taking care of its senior population.
Exciting opportunities on the slots or just walking around town and access to a nationally-accredited hospital are just some of what awaits those who make Milwaukee their home. For more information on independent living in Milwaukee, see our options for Milwaukee independent living and discover the joys of living in Brew Town.
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