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2505 East Bradford, Milwaukee, WI, 53211

Rates from $2659.00
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Assisted Living Apartments (RCAC) offer a daily living assistance plan, including meals and housekeeping, that caters to individual and... read more

5538 N 40th St, Milwaukee, WI, 53209

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6229 W Armitage Ave, Milwaukee, WI, 53218

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4968 N 49th St, Milwaukee, WI, 53218

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Progressive caring LLC is an assisted living community licensed by the State of Wisconsin, with 24 hour awake staff. At Progressive Caring... read more

1500 W Sonata Dr, Milwaukee, WI, 53221

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The Polonaise Assisted Living in Milwaukee is the perfect lifestyle choice for seniors who request or require some assistance with their... read more

7752 W Brentwood Ave, Milwaukee, WI, 53223

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7300 W Dean Rd, Milwaukee, WI, 53223

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9025 W Congress St, Milwaukee, WI, 53225

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8526 W Mill Rd, Milwaukee, WI, 53225

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4019 N 87th St, Milwaukee, WI, 53222

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What is Alzheimer’s Care?

The facilities offer care that fosters residents' individual skills and interests in an environment that helps to diminish confusion and agitation. Specialty services are provided in a secure environment, such as activity programs designed to include reality orientation classes and specially trained professional staff skilled in handling the behavior associated with memory impairments. Many facilities that specializein Alzheimer's or related dementia disorders have building design features that assist with the problems associated with this disease: color-coded hallways, visual cues, and secure wandering paths for additional security... Read more

Senior Care Data Points

Nearly half (47%) of adults in their 40s and 50s have a parent age 65 or older and are either raising a young child or financially supporting a grown child (age 18 or older). And about one-in-seven middle-aged adults (15%) is providing financial support to both an aging parent and a child.

Source: Pew Center Research – The Sandwich Generation – Sample Size group n=844, n=1,185 (2013)

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