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30 Independent Living Communities in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

There are 30 independent living communities in Milwaukee, WI and several independent living communities nearby.

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Reviews of Independent Living Facilities in Milwaukee

Diane

4

January 24, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My husband was in Maple Ridge Health and Rehabilitation Center. I was with him quite a bit. I thought they were good, but my husband was a terrible patient. He did not like it there, but he wouldn't have liked it anywhere. They were attentive and kind, even when he was being difficult. You had your choice of meals in the dining room or in your room. The physical therapy came to your room, and they had a physical therapy room, and they worked really well with you. The occupational therapy came to your room and they played games. I thought they were very nice and they did their job very well. At any of those places you're gonna wait a couple of minutes when you push the help button because they got a lot of patients, but it wasn't an outrageous amount of time. Usually, it was about five minutes. You would push the button and then somebody would come. No place is perfect, but they were very good. Their staff was excellent. They had the typical hospital rehab food.

Roxane

4

November 29, 2019

I visited this facility

BRIA of Trinity Village was a nice place. We would've considered it except that it was way too big for my mother-in-law. There wasn't a room available within a few doors of the elevator. There were long hallways and some inclines, but it appeared clean. They were friendly, and there were quite a few residents in the lobby when we first got there. The lobby area was nice. The assistant who showed us around was very nice, pleasant, and informative.

Joe Ann

3

November 20, 2018

I visited this facility

I tried unsuccessfully to have my brother admitted to this facility. The person that did the assessments found more reasons not to admit him than reasons why he should move in there. They claimed transportation was the reason as my brother has a late appointment for dialysis. I think they just didn\'t want the responsibility of his care. But he\'s been admitted to another facility that had the same issues about transportation. But unlike Hampton, they worked with my brother to get Transit Plus to transport him inexpensively.

Self01

3

November 13, 2018

I visited this facility

Eastcastle Place used to be called Protestant Home. When you walk in, there's a really beautiful, upscale reception area. The place gets its name because the orginal building looks like a castle, and it's a long-established and expanding community. There are very large apartments that aren't even in the market I'm looking at, but the $3,000 plus range is over-priced and outdated. We saw one of the rooms that probably based on the price-range for one of their prime rooms because it was in a corner. That particular apartment was OK, but it's just the overall feeling, like when you go down the hall. The person showing us around tried to gather information from us, and that was very good.

GF

3

September 18, 2018

I visited this facility

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 like to be. The place was very clean, but there was a smell, which I think was the carpeting. The people that I saw sitting down were all very nice people, they greeted me, and it was more personal. There were people on the computer and other people were talking to each other. The staff member was very knowledgeable and very personal during the tour, and she came across as very proud of her organization that she ran there.

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Milwaukee Senior-Friendly Activities

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.

Milwaukee Medical Facilities

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.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Milwaukee

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.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Milwaukee

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.

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