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There are 6 retirement communities in Milwaukee, WI and 2 retirement communities nearby.
Retirement with a historic and contemporary flair awaits seniors at Eastcastle Place in Milwaukee, a continuing care community that offers first-class amenities and living.
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…
Refund Plan: LifeCare-Declining Balance of Entrance Fee refund over 48 mos.; 100% of Entrance Fee with Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
Refund Plans: 100% of Entrance Fee; Reduced Entrance Fee, 100% Refundable (Price: 50% of Entrance Fee, Increased Monthly Fees). Also offer Non-Entrance Fee Plan, with higher Monthly Fees. Access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basi
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 look...Read more Eastcastle Place reviews
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- CLOSED 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- CLOSED 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- CLOSED reviews
Milwaukee is located in Milwaukee County, near the southeast corner of Wisconsin. As of 2010, the city boasted a population of 594,833, though the entire metropolitan area has a population of more than two million residents. Milwaukee was settled mainly by French Canadian and German immigrants, and the German culture in particular is still very visible in the city. In 2007, CNN claimed the city as one of the best places to retire in the country, and this is evidenced by the variety of beautiful retirement communities in Milwaukee.
The city is located in the Great Lakes region, which means this area is absolutely perfect for seniors that enjoy traditional seasonal weather, as Milwaukee sports warm summers as well as cold, snowy winters. Milwaukee is sometimes called the City of Festivals, because of the many cultural events and festivals it hosts.
Senior residents of Milwaukee can find assistance and resources from the Milwaukee County Department on Aging. The department offers transportation services, dining programs, health and wellness programs, advocacy services, utilities assistance, and special events. The agency runs 14 senior centers throughout the city, including the Asian American Senior Center, which offers some services in Chinese. The centers offer a variety of recreational and educational programs sponsored by different community-based providers. Since 2008, the city has sponsored a ‘Golden Idol Senior Talent’ competition, allowing seniors to compete and perform their talents, or attend concerts put on by the winners.
Milwaukee has a variety of entertainment and activities that senior residents can enjoy. The city is host to Broadway shows, as well as local productions at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, the Marcus Center for Performing Arts, and the Milwaukee Theater. Music lovers will enjoy the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, offering performances throughout the state since 1959. The historic Broadway Theatre Center is home to several theaters, including a replica of an 18th century European opera house. Milwaukee offers a variety of shopping options, many of which are in the village of Wauwatosa, or ‘Tosa’, as locals call it. The village is only fifteen minutes from downtown and has everything from unique boutiques to the Mayfair shopping center, featuring an impressive 180 shopping and dining retailers.
Milwaukee Regional Medical Center is the main hospital in the Milwaukee area. It is made up of six individual healthcare institutions that come together to form the medical system. One of these institutions is the Froedtert Hospital, which provides care for emergencies, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and more. Froedtert offers senior health and geriatric care services, including senior health memory and mood disorders such as Alzheimers, dementia, and late-life depression. Froedtert Hospital also offers specialized care for patients over the age of 65 who must be hospitalized, ensuring that seniors receive the best care possible at their facilities.
Senior Express Transportation Services is a family-owned business offering door-to-door transportation services in the Southeastern Wisconsin region. The organization provides transportation for seniors and the disabled to doctor’s offices, rehabilitation facilities, assisted living communities, senior centers, the airport, and even to shopping centers. The Milwaukee County Department on Aging also offers specialized transportation services to qualifying older adults age 60 and older for medical or dental appointments, senior meal programs and senior centers, and nursing home visits. Transit Plus offers an alternative transportation service for people who are unable to use the Milwaukee County public buses and meet eligibility criteria. The Milwaukee County website also offers a list of transportation options for residents of Milwaukee retirement communities and other area seniors.
Milwaukee offers non-stop entertainment and an active local senior population, making the city a fantastic choice for seniors considering retirement communities in Milwaukee. For more information on senior living in Milwaukee, see our options for Milwaukee retirement communities.
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