We've found at least 30 Assisted Living Facilities within 12 miles of Milwaukee, WI
Milwaukee Senior Resources
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin and the 28th largest city in the US. Known for its traditions in brewing, their national baseball team and the beautiful Milwaukee River, this is a thriving city right on the coast of Lake Michigan. New additions to its waterfront and updates on its museums, theaters and neighborhoods make it a wonderful city rich in history, culture and innovation.
With over 32 hospitals in the area, the Milwaukee area offers world class health care. According to the 2012 US News and World Report,the top hospitals in the region are:
- Aurora Sinai Medical Center
- Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center
- Aurora West Allis Medical Center
- Froedtert Hospital
- Waukesha Memorial Hospital
- Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare-St. Francis
Senior Living Costs
According to the 2012 A Place for Mom Cost of Care Survey, costs for assisted living in Milwaukee range from:
- High: $4,150
- Low: $1,900
- Average: $3,025
If you're looking for senior living accommodations, contact one of our Milwaukee Senior Living Advisors, or call us at (866) 344-8005. You can also get information on financing senior care.
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- Meals on Wheels: Find a Meal - The oldest and largest national organization representing local, community-based Senior Nutrition Programs in all 50 U.S. states.
- Milwaukee County Department on Aging
1220 West Vliet Street; Suite 302 Milwaukee, WI 53205
- Vision Forward Association - Vision Forward offers an extensive history of quality education, training, and support programs to help you or your loved one adapt to vision loss. Changing vision does not have to mean loss of independence or quality of life.
912 North Hawley Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53213
- Choosing Assisted Living
Read this guide on choosing assisted living to help you evaluate your senior living options.
- Glossary of Senior Living Terms
Glossary of senior living terms designed to help you have a clear understanding of commonly used senior housing and care terms.
- How Pet Therapy Has Changed Assisted Living
Over the long term, pet and human interactions can lower cholesterol levels, fight depression and may even help protect against heart disease and stroke. This is why pets for the elderly can be so beneficial.