LindenGrove Communities, a nonprofit organization with a history of offering high-quality supportive living to seniors in Waukesha County, will open assisted living suites on its Waukesha campus that are designed specifically for older adults living with chronic medical conditions.
Featuring 20 private bedroom suites, a bistro, comfortable living area and outdoor patio, the Lodges at LindenGrove will provide a more independent living option for individuals who are in need of a higher level of care typically not provided by an assisted living facility, but do not require the 24-hour care of a nursing home.
“Seniors who are living with a chronic medical condition and no longer can live on their own have typically had one choice for a living option – a nursing home. We’re extremely proud to offer the Lodges at LindenGrove as an alternative,” said Linda Joel, LindenGrove Communities President and CEO. “The Lodges have been created to help our residents maintain their highest level of independence and functioning, while offering a safe, dignified and compassionate environment that is focused on meaningful activities, socialization and spirituality.”
Each bedroom suite will feature a half-bath and a charming exterior façade complete with window box planters, colorful front doors and warm, welcoming outdoor lighting.
The Lodges at LindenGrove will provide a significant savings to families looking for an alternative to skilled nursing for their loved one.
The Lodges may make an ideal option for seniors living with a variety of conditions, including neurologic, cardiac, pulmonary, orthopedic, oncologic, and metabolic conditions.
LindenGrove Communities expects the Lodges to open in early 2018. A grand opening event is tentatively scheduled for this April.
The Waukesha campus is located at 427 N. University Dr., next to Waukesha North High School.