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Gov. Agencies, Wash. Co................ 9 Abuse................................................... 5 Gov. Agencies, Waukesha............... 9 Advocacy......................................... 5 Gov. Agencies, Wisconsin............. 11 AIDS................................................ 5 Grandparents................................ 11 Alzheimer’s Care............................. 5 Health Care................................... 11 Animals/Pet Care............................ 5 Health Care-Hospitals................... 11 Assistance in Moving....................... 5 Health & Wellness......................... 11 Attorneys......................................... 5 Hearing.......................................... 11 Cancer Resources............................ 5 Home Health Care......................... 13 Caregiving Coordination................. 5 Home Healthcare Non-Medical.... 13 Care Resources................................ 5 Home Maintenance People........... 13 Community Centers........................ 5 Hospice......................................... 13 Community Services........................ 5 Hotlines: Milwaukee Co................ 13 Consumer Education....................... 7 Hotlines: Washington Co.............. 13 Consumer Information.................... 7 Hotlines: Waukesha Co................. 13 Consumer Protection...................... 7 Hotlines: Wisconsin....................... 13 018-19 Continuing Care Communities........ 7 Housing & Shelters....................... 15 Crisis Intervention........................... 7 Housing: Apartments.................... 15 Differently Abled............................. 7 Safe at Home Housing: Assisted.......................... 17 Driving............................................. 9 ng the Aging Journey Housing: Assistance...................... 17 Emergency/Crisis............................. 9 Housing: Employment Services...................... 9 Independent Retirement............... 17 Eye Care.......................................... 9 Housing: Memory Care................. 21 Financial Insurance.......................... 9 Housing: Supportive Funeral/Cremation.......................... 9 & Assisted Living........................... 23 Geriatric Assessment....................... 9 Insurance....................................... 25 Gov. Agencies, Milw. Co................. 9 Gov. Agencies, Ozauk. Co.............. 9 Legal Services................................ 25 Libraries......................................... 25 Gov. Agencies, Rac./Ken. Co.......... 9

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Managed Care-Family Care.......... 25 Medicare/T-19............................... 25 Medicare....................................... 25 Medical Equipment....................... 25 Mental Health................................ 27 Nursing Homes.............................. 27 Nutritional Services....................... 27 Parks, Nature & Recreation........... 27 Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation.27 Publications................................... 27 Real Estate..................................... 27 Senior Centers............................... 27 Senior Move Management............ 28 Senior Organizations..................... 28 Skilled Nursing/Subacute Care..... 28 Social Security............................... 29 Tax Information............................. 29 Title 19-Medicaid.......................... 29 Toll Free Numbers......................... 29 Transportation............................... 29 Travel............................................. 29 Veterans’ Services......................... 29 Vision Resources............................ 29 Volunteer Opportunities .............. 29 Web & Phone Resources............... 29

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ABUSE

w Elder Abuse Helpline .......................................................414-289-6874 w Domestic Violence Hotline .......................................................414-933-2722 w Gamblers Anonymous .......................................................414-299-0901 w Milwaukee County Behavioral Health & Crisis Line .......................................................414-257-7222 w Milwaukee Womens Center .......................................................414-671-6140 w Sojourner - Shelter .......................................................414-933-2722 w The Women’s Center (Domestic Violence Crisis Line) .......................................................262-542-3828 w Waukesha County Health & Human Services..........................262-548-7212

ADVOCACY

w Interfaith Waukesha .......................................................262-549-3348 w Interfaith Older Adult Programs .......................................................414-291-7500 w State of Wisconsin Board on Aging .......................................................800-815-0015

AIDS

w Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin .......................................................414-273-1991 w Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinic .......................................................414-286-3631

ALZHEIMER’S CARE

w Alzheimer’s Association, Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter 620 S. 76th St. Ste 160 Milwaukee, WI 53214 Email: info@alz.org Milwaukee....................................414-479-8800 24-hour Helpline.........................800-272-3900 www.alz.org

n LIBRARY MEMORY PROJECT

(c/o Bridges Library System) .......................................262-896-8245 741 N. Grand Ave., Ste. 210 Waukesha, WI 53186 www.librarymemoryproject.org A collaboration of public libraries offering social engagement and educational programming for those affected by memory loss. Our monthly memory cafes are a safe place to have fun, share experiences and stay connected. ANIMALS/PET CARE/HUMANE SOCIETY

Milwaukee ...................................414-264-6257 Elmbrook......................................262-782-9261 Waukesha......................................262-542-8851 Washington..................................262-677-4388 Ozaukee........................................262-377-7580 Racine...........................................262-554-6699

ASSISTANCE IN MOVING n SEGUES, LLC

.......................................262-442-4200 W142 N9764 Amber Dr. Germantown, WI 53022 www.segues.net or dawn@segues.net Senior move management services: packing, setting up new home, help with downsizing, estate sales, staging and organizing.

ATTORNEYS

w Aging & Disability Resource Center of Kenosha County..........................262-605-6646 w Area Agency on Aging Milwaukee County.....................414-289-6874 .......................................................414-289-6897 Waukesha County .....................262-548-7848 w Jewish Family Services .......................................................414-390-5800 w Milwaukee - Legal Action of Wisconsin Senior-Law ..................................414-278-7722 w Ozaukee County Aging Services Dept. Port Washington........................262-284-8120 w Racine/Kenosha - Community - Action Agency..........................................262-637-8377 w WI Regional Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped .......................................................414-286-3045

CANCER RESOURCES

w American Cancer Society .......................................................262-523-5501 .......................................................800-227-2345 www.cancer.org

CAREGIVING COORDINATION

w Aurora Family Service .......................................................414-342-4560 w Family Caregivers Support Network .......................................................414-220-8600 .......................................................800-449-4481 www.interfaithmilw.org w ERAs Senior Network (formerly) Interfaith Senior Programs of Waukesha County..........................................262-549-3348

n INTERFAITH OLDER ADULT PROGRAMS, INC., FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT NETWORK .......................................414-220-8600 600 W. Virginia St., Suite 300 Milwaukee, WI 53204 www.interfaithmilw.org Year Founded: 1973 Assists individuals caring for an older adult or those with dementia; grandparents raising grandchildren thru information and help accessing services.

n INDEPENDENCE FIRST PERSONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES .......................................414-291-7520 540 South 1st Street Milwaukee, WI 53204 www.IndepencenceFirst.org Independence First’s Personal Assistance Services Program provides a variety of services to assist individuals in meeting their personal care needs while maintaining a high level of independence. COMMUNITY CENTERS

w United Community Center .......................................................414-384-3100 .......................................................414-643-8530

COMMUNITY SERVICES

w Aging and Disability Resource Centers w ADRC of Dodge County 199 County Road DF, 3rd Floor Juneau, WI 53039 Contact Number..........................920-386-3580 .......................................................800-924-6407 hsagingunit@co.dodge.wi.us w ADRC of Jefferson County 1541 Annex Road Jefferson, WI 53549 Contact Number..........................866-740-2372 .......................................................920-674-8734 adrc@jeffersoncountywi.gov w ADRC of Milwaukee County 1220 W. Vliet Street, Ste. 300 Milwaukee, WI 53205 Contact Number..........................414-289-6660 .......................................................414-289-6874 .......................................................866-229-9695 DSD@Milwaukeecountywi.gov age info@Milwaukeecountywi.gov w ADRC of Ozaukee County 121 W. Main Street Port Washington, WI 53074 Contact Number .........................262-284-8120 .......................................................866-537-4261 adrc@co.ozaukee.wi.us w ADRC of Racine County 14200 Washington Avenue Sturtevant, WI 53177 Contact Number..........................262-833-8777 .......................................................866-219-1043 adrc@racinecounty.com w ADRC of Washington County .......................................................877-306-3030 .......................................................262-335-4497 333 East Washington St., Suite 1000 West Bend, WI 53095 ADRC@co.washington.wi.us

CARE RESOURCES www.strengthforcaring.com www.caregiver.com www.caregiving.org www.caregiver.org www.CAREgivinghelp.org

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RESOURCE CENTER (ADRC OF WAUKESHA COUNTY)

.......................................262-548-7848 514 Riverview Ave. Waukesha, WI 53188 www.waukeshacounty.gov/adrc The ADRC staff provides information and assistance to individuals, their families, friends and caregivers. They help adults over age 60. Adults 18-59 with disabilities and young adults with disabilities transitioning into adult services. w Aging Resource Center Milwaukee Co. .......................................................414-289-6874 w American Red Cross, Milwaukee .......................................................414-342-8680

n CARE WISCONSIN

.......................................800-963-0035 N19 W24075 Riverwood Drive, Suite 110 Waukesha, WI 53188 www.carewisc.org Care Wisconsin offers government-funded programs to frail seniors and adults with disabilities. We match members to the healthcare and long-term care supports and services they need.

n COMMUNITY CARE, INC.

.......................................866-992-6600 205 Bishops Way Brookfield, WI 53005 www.communitycareinc.org We serve frail older adults and adults with a physical, intellectual or developmental disability who need long-term care. We offer up to 3 different programs, depending on the county. w Family Nutrition Program-Waukesha .......................................................262-548-7877 w Hope Network for Single Mothers .......................................................262-251-7333 w ERAs Senior Network (formerly) Interfaith Senior Programs of Waukesha County..........................................262-549-3348 w Interfaith Older Adult Programs - Family Caregiver .................................... 414-291-7500 w Interfaith Personal Care Plus .......................................................414-291-7500

n INTERFAITH OLDER ADULT PROGRAMS

.......................................414-220-8676 600 W. Virginia Street, Suite 300 Milwaukee, WI 53204 www.interfaithmilw.org Interfaith Older Adult Programs is the largest non-profit organization serving older adults and caregivers in southeastern Wisconsin, providing valuable resources and services since 1975. Learn more about us at www.interfaithmilw.org.

w Lupus Society of Wisconsin .......................................................414-443-6400 w La Casa De Esperanza, Inc. .......................................................262-547-0887 w Milwaukee Urban League .......................................................414-374-5850 w Spanish Center El Centro Hispano .......................................................414-384-3700 w St. Vincent De Paul Society Milwaukee....................................414-462-7837 Waukesha......................................262-544-1850 w The Women’s Center 24-hr. Hotline Waukesha............262-542-3828 Milwaukee....................................414-449-4777 Waukesha......................................262-547-4600 w United Way Milwaukee County......................414-263-8100 Waukesha County.......................262-547-8459 w Volunteer Center Greater Milwaukee......................414-273-7887 Ozaukee........................................262-377-1616 Racine County.............................262-886-9612 Washington County....................262-338-8256 Waukesha......................................262-547-8459 w Waukesha County Senior Dining .......................................................262-548-7826 w WI Regional Library 813 West Wells Street, Milwaukee .......................................................414-286-3040 w YWCA Southeast Wisconsin 1915 North Dr. Martin Luther King Milwaukee....................................414-374-1800

CONSUMER EDUCATION

w Call 4 Action............................414-967-5495

CONSUMER INFORMATION

w Better Business Bureau .......................................................414-847-6000 .......................................................800-273-1002 w Board on Aging and Medigap Long-term Care Ombudsman Service 819 N. 6th St., Room 619 Milwaukee....................................800-242-1060 w County Consumer Fraud Unit District Attorney.......................................414-278-4646 w Department on Aging Milwaukee County......................414-289-6874 Waukesha County ......................262-548-7848 w Milwaukee Co. Disability Services Division Milwaukee County......................414-289-6387 Waukesha County.......................262-970-6697 w Wisconsin Department of Justice - Office of Consumer Protection...........608-266-1221 17 W. Main Street Madison, WI 53703-7857

CONSUMER PROTECTION

wTo file a complaint against a nursing home or assisted living facility, contact the Division of Quality Assurance at .......................................................414-227-2005 Concerns with inappropriate marketing and sales practices of Medicare Advantage plan agents, contact: w The Medigap helpline at .......................................................608-246-7013 w Wisconsin No Call List prevents telemarketers from calling for two years ................................................. 866-966-2255

CONTINUING CARE COMMUNITIES

n TUDOR OAKS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 www.TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenue maturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice all under one roof.

CRISIS INTERVENTION

w Impact 211 -Waukesha Miwaukee.........................211 or 414-256-4808 Waukesha..........................211 or 414-455-1736 w National Runaway Safeline .......................................................800-786-2929 w Women’s Center 24-Hr. Crisis Line .......................................................262-542-3828 .......................................................414-671-6140 .......................................................414-449-4777 Milwaukee: w Guadalupe Dental Clinic, Inc. ......................................................414- 643-8787 w Marquette University Community Dental Clinic......................... 414-288-2930 w MATC Dental Hygiene Clinic .......................................................414-297-6573 w For a list of Title 19 dentists in your area, contact the Greater Milwaukee Dental Association ...............................414-276-9911

DIFFERENTLY ABLED

w Life Navigators .......................................................414-774-6255 w Beyond Vision-Wisecraft Inc. .......................................................414-778-5800 w Curative Care Network Cudahy..........................................414-744-7630 Menomonee Falls........................262-251-8670 Milwaukee....................................414-259-1414 .......................................................414-342-7000 Waukesha......................................262-574-9147 West Allis......................................414-257-4057 w Easter Seal Society..................414-449-4444 Waukesha......................................262-547-6821 w Independence First.............414-291-7520 IF Mobility Store..........................414-988-5333 50 PLUS Resource Guide | 7

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w Special Olympics Mequon.........................................262-241-7786 .......................................................608-222-1324 w United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin .......................................................414-329-4500

DRIVING

w Bureau of Driver Services at DMV Aging or Impaired Drivers.........608-264-7447 Disability Plates...........................608-266-3041

EMERGENCY/CRISIS NUMBERS

w Milwaukee County Human Services Crisis Line: Mental Health..............................414-257-7222 The Access Clinic.........................414-257-6995 w Waukesha Crisis Intervention Services 24-Hr. Crisis Line........................262-548-7666 Center for Prevention of Family Violence .......................................................262-547-5567 Waukesha Women’s Center........262-289-1736

w Sheriff Departments:

Milwaukee County....................414-223-1873 Non-Emergency Line................414-278-4788 Ozaukee County........................262-284-7172 Racine County...........................262-886-2300 Washington County..................262-335-4378 Waukesha County.....................262-548-7122 w State Patrol Headquarters in Waukesha .......................................................262-785-4700 w Poison Control .......................................................800-222-1222 w Sexual Assault Treatment Center .......................................................414-219-5555 w Sojourner Truth House Battered Women’s Center 24 Hr. Helpline.............................414-933-2722 .......................................................414-276-1911

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Milwaukee County Residents/Caregivers of any age can get job search assistance at the following locations: w Northeast Comprehensive Job Center YWCA Greater Milwaukee 1915 N. Martin Luther King Dr. Milwaukee, WI 53212 .......................................................414-374-1800 w Southeast Comprehensive Job Center 2701 S. Chase Avenue Milwaukee, WI  53207 .......................................................414-389-6607 Job Seekers age 55 and over can get assistance at the following locations: w Mature Worker Resource Center Washington Park Senior Center 4420 W Vliet Street Milwaukee, WI  53208 .......................................................414-931-0253 w Interfaith Older Adult Programs 600 W. Virginia, Suite 300 Milwaukee, WI  53204 .......................................................414-291-7500

w Workforce Development Center-Ozaukee County Inside MATC North Campus 5555 West Highland Road Mequon, WI 53092 ...................................................... 262-238-2880 w Walworth Job Center 400 Cty. Road H- Gateway Technical College, Elkhorn, WI   53121 .......................................................262-741-5180 w Workforce Development Center Washington County 2200 Green Tree Road West Bend, WI 53090 ...................................................... 262-335-5300 w Workforce Development Center Waukesha County 892 Main Street Pewaukee, WI   53072 ...................................................... 262-695-7800

EYE CARE n MEDICAL EYE ASSOCIATES

...................................... 262-547-3352 1111 Delafield St. #312 Waukesha, WI 53188 www.medicaleyeassociates.com Other locations: 1185 Corporate Center Dr., #210 Oconomowoc, WI 53066 .......................................262-560-4224 400 Bay View Rd. Suite D Mukwonago, WI 53149 .......................................262-363-5333 201 North Mayfair Rd., Suite 525 Wauwatosa, WI 53226 .......................................414-259-1420

FINANCIAL INSURANCE n ALLIED SENIOR SERVICES

.......................................414-545-7878 .......................................800-924-4061 7421 W. Becher St. Milwaukee, WI 53219 www.alliedserniorservices.com Long term care, health, life, annuities, auto, home owners, free quotes and immediate SR22 filings. We are not limited to representing one company, so we can give you unbiased advice.

FUNERAL/CREMATION n PEACE OF MIND

CREMATION SERVICES

.......................................414-453-1532 5325 W. Greenfield Ave. West Milwaukee, WI 53214 www.peaceofmindservices.net

GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT

w Aurora Sinai Center for Longevity Memory Loss ..............................414-219-7300

GOV. AGENCIES MILWAUKEE COUNTY

w City Hall Information .......................................................414-286-3200 w Area Agency on Aging...........414-289-6874 w Mayor’s Office 200 East Wells, #201, Milwaukee ................................................. 414-286-2200 w Milwaukee County Department on Aging 1220 West Vliet St., Milwaukee......................... .......................................................414-289-6874 w Milwaukee Parks-Hot Line...414-257-5100 w Sheriff 821 West State..............................414-278-4766 w State of Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long-Term Care Madison........................................608-246-7013 w Transit System-General Office .......................................................414-344-6711 GOV. AGENCIES OZAUKEE COUNTY

w Ozaukee County Office on Aging Port Washington........................262-284-8120 .......................................................866-537-4261 GOV. AGENCIES RACINE/KENOSHA COUNTIES

w Racine County-Community Action Agency .........................................262-637-8377 GOV. AGENCIES WASHINGTON COUNTY

w Department of Social Services Washington County 333 East Washington Street, Suite 2100 West Bend.....................................262-335-4600 w Washington County Mental Health Center West Bend.....................................262-335-6827 .......................................................262-335-4462 w Washington County Office on Aging 333 E. Washington, Ste 1000 West Bend.....................................262-335-4497 .......................................................800-616-0446 GOV. AGENCIES WAUKESHA COUNTY

n AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER (ADRC OF WAUKESHA COUNTY)

.......................................262-548-7848 514 Riverview Ave. Waukesha, WI 53188 www.waukeshacounty.gov/adrc The ADRC staff provides information and assistance to individuals, their families, friends and caregivers. They help adults over age 60. Adults 18-59 with disabilities and young adults with disabilities transitioning into adult services. w Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 2607 North Grandview Blvd., Ste. 100 Waukesha......................................262-548-5850 ............................................. 262-548-5852 TTY w Impact 211 ................211 or 262-4547-3388 w Waukesha County Parks & Land Use .......................................................262-548-7790 50 PLUS Resource Guide | 9

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• Doctor Appointments • Companion Care • Respite Care • Light Housekeeping • and more • Meal preparation/cooking • Personal Care • Overnight and 24-hour Care • Transportation • Shopping

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w Waukesha County Clerk’s Office 515 W. Moreland Blvd, Rm 226 Waukesha......................................262-548-7010 w Waukesha County Aging and Resource Center...........................................262-548-7848 w Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services .......................................................262-548-7212 w Waukesha County Housing Authority (subsidized housing)......................................... .......................................................262-542-2262

GOV. AGENCIES WISCONSIN

w Bureau of Aging & Disability Resources Madison........................................608-266-2536 w Governor..................................608-266-1212 w Justice-Consumer Protection .......................................................800-422-7128 w Justice-Criminal Investigation .......................................................608-266-1671 w Legislative Hotline .................608-266-9960 w State Capitol.............................608-266-0382 w WI Council of the Blind, Inc. Madison........................................608-255-1166 w Wis. Dept. of Tourism/Travel Wisconsin .......................................................608-266-2161 w Wisconsin Department of Revenue Milwaukee....................................414-227-4907 Waukesha......................................414-227-4000

GRANDPARENTS & OTHER RELATIVES RAISING MINORS

w Parenting Network Helpline .......................................................414-671-0566 helplinegroup@theparentingnetwork.org w Kids Matter .......................................................414-344-1220 Legal and social service information w AARP Madison........................................866-448-3611 w Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources (GWAAR)..................608-24-56703

HEALTH CARE

w Milwaukee Breast & Cervical Cancer Awareness Program (MBCCAP) .......................................................414-286-2133 Provides for mammograms and pap tests for eligible women.

HEALTHCARE-HOSPITALS

w Aurora Medical Center Summit 36500 Aurora Dr., Oconomowoc .......................................................262-434-1000 www.AuroraHealthCare.org. w Aurora Orthopedic & Rehabilitation • St. Luke’s Medical Center 2900 West Oklahoma Avenue .......................................................414-649-6000 • St. Luke’s South Shore 5900 South Lake Drive .......................................................414-489-9000

• Aurora Medical Center 1032 East Sumner Street, Hartford .......................................................262-673-2300 • Aurora West Allis Medical Center 8901 West Lincoln Avenue .......................................................414-328-6000 • Aurora Sinai Samaritan Medical Center 945 N, 12th Street .......................................................414-219-2000 w Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin .......................................................414-266-2000 w Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital www.columbia-stmarys.org 2301 N. Lake Drive Milwaukee....................................414-291-1000 • Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Ozaukee 13111 N. Port Washington Rd. Mequon.........................................262-243-7300 w Community Memorial Hospital of Menomonee Falls .......................................................262-251-1000 w Froedtert Hospital & Medical College of Wisconsin 9200 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee .......................................................414-805-3000 w Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital 791 Summit Ave., Oconomowoc .......................................................262-569-9400 w Sinai Samaritan Medical Center Geriatric Institute 1020 North 12th Street #301 Milwaukee................................ 414-219-7300 wFroedert St. Joseph Hospital-West Bend 3200 Pleasant Valley Rd., West Bend .......................................................262-836-5533 w UW Health American Family Children’s Hospital 1675 Highland Ave., Madison .......................................................608-890-5437 w UW Hospital & Clinic 600 Highland Ave., Madison .......................................................608-263-6400 w UW Carbone Cancer Center .......................................................608-265-1700 w VA Milwaukee Veterans Medical Center 5000 W. National Ave., Milwaukee .......................................................414-384-2000 w Watertown Regional Medical Center 723 Hospital Dr., Watertown .......................................................920-262-9833 wWaukesha Memorial Hospital 725 American Way, Waukesha .......................................................262-928-1000 w Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare • Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare All Saints 3801 Spring Street, Racine..........262-687-4011 • Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare Elmbrook Memorial 19333 West North Avenue, Brookfield .......................................................262-785-2000

• Wheaton Franciscan Geriatric Medicine, 10100 W. Bluemound, Wauwatosa .......................................................414-874-1201

• Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare St. Francis, 3237 S. 16th St., Milwaukee .......................................................414-647-5000 • Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare St. Joseph, 5000 West Chambers Street, Milwaukee .......................................................414-447-2000 HEALTH & WELLNESS n CLINIC OF OB/GYN, LTD.

.......................................414-545-8808 8905 W. Lincoln Avenue, Ste. 407 West Allis, WI 53227 www.clinicofobgyn.com We are an Independent Private Practice providing gynecologic care to women from young thru their menopausal years. Our boutique style of practice allows us to provide compassionate care that is unique to each woman. We are Advocates for Women’s Health.

HEARING n CAPTEL CAPTIONED

TELEPHONE

Local Southeast WI Outreach Representative Tom Slattery .......................................262-409-9370 .......................................800-233-9130 450 Science Dr. Madison, WI 53711 www.CapTel.com Ideal for people with hearing loss, CapTel captioned telephone shows word-for-word captions of everything a caller says. Like captions on TV- for your phone.

n HEAR WISCONSIN

.......................................414-604-2200 10243 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53227 www.hearwi.org Hear Wisconsin is a nonprofit that helps infants, children and adults with hearing loss by eliminating communication and language barriers through personalized services, technology and education.

n HOME HEARING AID SERVICES, INC.

.......................................262-253-2151 1546 Golden Dr. Hubertus, WI 53033 Free in home hearing evaluation, prompt, courteous, professional Medicaid provider, sales & sesrvice for all hearing aid issues.

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The Oconomowoc Area Senior Center is the go-to place providing educational. recreational, social and wellness opportunities for seniors. The center office is open Monday through Friday 9 am to 4 pm. Seniors seeking referrals or information are encouraged to telephone or drop in during these hour. Senior groups may reserve space in the Center from 9 am to 4 pm contingent upon space availability.

Oconomowoc Area Senior Center 210 South Main Street • Oconomowoc 262.567.4288 • oconomowocseniors.org Hours: M-F 9 am to 4 pm

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.......................................262-446-2000 1020 James Drive, Ste. F Hartland, WI 53029 www.comforcare.com/wisconsin/ waukesha Our personalized approach to care sets us apart. We understand everyone’s situation is unique. We take pride in selecting our caregivers. Training our Caregivers provides a strong custormer service team environment focusing on client safety and superior care.

n HOME CARE SERVICES

.......................................262-657-8467 9429 72nd Street Kenosha, WI 53142 www.homecarewisconsin.com Providing in-home care to elderly and/or handicapped individuals. Services include: personal care (transfers, bathing, toileting, grooming etc.) meal preparation, medication schedule, housekeeping, and transportation.

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n SENIORS HELPING SENIORS

.......................................262-225-7978 PO Box 208 Sussex, WI 53089 seniorcarewaukesha.com Seniors Helping Seniors has been helping Seniors since 1998. We hire active seniors to provide private duty care to seniors that need help with their daily activities. We can provide 24/7, respite care, our rehab to home program, personal care, companionship, meal prep, running errands and so much more. HOME MAINTENANCE-HANDY PEOPLE

w Homeowners Options Program for the Elderly(HOPE) Ask for HOPE program .......................................................414-342-4560 w Neighborhood Outreach Program of Interfaith Older Adult Program for possible neighborhood services .......................................................414-220-8650 w Independence First (main office) .......................................................414-291-7520

HOSPICE n LUTHER MANOR

.......................................414-464-3880 4545 N. 92nd Street Wauwatosa, WI 53225 www.luthermanor.org A non-profit Life Plan Community sharing

God’s love by enriching the lives of older adults. 55+ years of providing high-quality care for residents and peace of mind for families.

HOTLINES: MILWAUKEE CO.

w American Cancer Society .......................................................800-227-2345 w American Diabetes Association Wisconsin Affiliate......................414-778-5500 w American Lung Association of WI .......................................................262-703-4200 w American Red Cross .......................................................414-342-8680 .......................................................800-733-2767 w Crisis Hotline..........................414-257-7222 Suicide Prevention Lifeline........800-273-8255 w Eldercare Locator .......................................................800-677-1116 w Gerald Ignace Indian Health Center South.............................................414-383-9526 w Internal Revenue Service Information...... Income Tax-Federal....................800-829-1040 w Legal Aid Society....................414-727-5300 w Milwaukee County Dept. on Aging .......................................................414-289-6874 w Milwaukee Women’s Center .......................................................414-449-4777 w National Health Information .......................................................800-222-2225 w National Library of Congress Library Service for Blind & Physically Handicapped .......................................................800-424-8567 w Office of the Commissioner of Insurance .......................................................800-236-8517 w Poison Control Center 24-hour emergency information .......................................................800-222-1222 w SDC Senior Companion Program ...................................... 414-906-2700 ext. 2779 w Social Security Administrative Offices ................................................. 800-772-1213 w The Woman’s Center Crisis Hotline .......................................................262-542-3828 w Veterans’ Administration .......................................................800-827-1000 w Veterans’ Crisis Line..............800-273-8255

HOTLINES: WASHINGTON CO.

w Human Services for Washington Co. 333 East Washington Street, Suite 2100 .......................................................262-335-4600 w Elevate Addiction Services (Formerly Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse) .......................................................262-677-2216 .......................................................800-329-7971 w Elder Abuse .......................................................262-335-4497 .......................................................503-640-3489

HOTLINES: WAUKESHA CO.

w Aging and Disability Resource Center .......................................................262-548-7848 w Aging Resource Center of Milwaukee .......................................................414-289-6874 .......................................................262-548-7848 w Addiction Resource Council .......................................................262-524-7921 w American Red Cross .......................................................800-236-8680 w Association for the Rights of Citizens w/ Handicaps (ARCh) .......................................................262-542-9811 w Family Service of Waukesha County .......................................................262-547-5567 w First Call for Help-Waukesha .......................................................866-211-3380 w Health & Human Services .......................................................262-548-7212 w Hebron House of Hospitality Housing assistance......................262-549-8722 Administrative Office..................262-549-8720 w Hope Center.............................262-549-8726 w Interfaith CARE GIVING Network .......................................................262-549-3348 w Parents’ Place...........................262-549-5575 w Salvation Army.......................262-547-7367 Emergency shelter just for men w Volunteer Center .......................................................262-547-8459 w Women’s Center Crisis Line .......................................................262-542-3828

HOTLINES: WISCONSIN

w AARP........................................866-448-3611 w AARP - 55 Alive Driver Program .......................................................888-687-2277 w Aging Resource Center of Milwaukee .......................................................414-289-6874 w American Heart Association .......................................................800-242-8721 w Board of Aging & Long-Term Care .......................................................608-246-7013 w Board on Aging, Long Term Care 60+ .......................................................800-815-0015 w Coalition of WI Aging Groups .......................................................608-224-0606 w National Energy Assistance .......................................................866-674-6327 w Medicare...................................800-633-4227 w Medigap Helpline...................800-242-1060 w National Health Information Center .......................................................800-336-4797 w Natural Gas Leaks .......................................................800-261-5325 w Social Security.........................800-772-1213 w WE Energy...............................800-242-9137 w Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long Term Care .......................................................608-246-7013 .......................................................800-242-1060 w WI Insurance Commissioner’s Office .......................................................608-266-3585 .......................................................800-236-8517

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HOUSING AND SHELTERS

w Catholic Charities...................414-771-2881 717 N. East Ave., Waukesha........ 262-547-2463 w Hope House.............................. 414-645-2122 w House of Peace Milwaukee..................................... 414-933-1300 Waukesha...................................... 262-549-8726 w Milwaukee Rescue Mission ........................................................ 414-344-2211 w Milwaukee Women’s Center, Inc. Crisis Line-24 hr........................... 414-671-6140 w Salvation Army Emergency Lodge and Social Services ........................................................ 414-265-6360 ........................................................ 414-342-9191 w Sister House/The Women’s Center ........................................................ 262-542-3828 w Pearls 4 Teen Girls ........................................................ 414-265-7555 w St. Catherine Residence for Women ........................................................ 414-272-8470 w Task Force Family Violence ........................................................ 414-278-5079 ........................................................ 414-933-2722

HOUSING: APARTMENTS n BECKER PROPERTY SERVICES

.......................................262-240-9406 11520 N. Port Wasington Rd., Suite 102, Mequon, WI 53092 www.beckerpropertyservices.com Affordable, accessible, safe and secure housing for senior citizens (62+). 6 housing complexes serving 4 desirable communities in Southeastern Wisconsin.

n BROOKFIELD HIGHLANDS APARTMENTS 55+

.......................................262-798-9898 20825 George Hunt Circle Waukesha, WI 53186 Just one block West of Elmbrook Church HighlandsCommunities.com Brookfield Highlands offers spacious, remodeled one and two bedroom apartments for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Billiards Room, Fitness Center, Hair Salon, Heated Underground Parking, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Pet friendly with some restrictions.

n FORESTHILL HIGHLANDS APARTMENTS AND TOWNHOMES 55+ .......................................414-425-6611 8930 West Highland Park Avenue Franklin, WI 53132 Two blocks East of Loomis Road/Hwy 36, off Forest Hill Ave. HighlandsCommunities.com Foresthill Highlands offers spacious one and

two bedroom apartments and townhomes for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Hair Salon, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking or Private Garage, Library, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income. Pet friendly some restrictions apply.

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n GREENBROOK

.......................................414-525-5500 12455 W. Janesville Rd., Muskego, WI 53150 www.steepleview.org Nestled conveniently on nine beautifully landscaped acres in New Berlin, life at Steeple View offers independent, secure and carefree apartment living for active seniors in a supportive Christian atmosphere. We have 79 spacious apartment homes with 5 different floor plans, each with a patio or balcony plus all appliances included. Steeple View has so many amenities; it’s easy to understand why people love it here.

.......................................414-282-5044 4955 S. Greenbrook Terrace Greenfield, WI 53220 Greenbrookterrace.com & greenbrookterrace@yahoo.com Greenbrook offers affordable housing for the elderly. We have spacious floor plans, convenient parking & beautiful floor plans.

n HIGHLANDS AT RIVERWALK APARTMENTS 55+

.......................................262-243-8888 10954 North Cedarburg Road Mequon, WI 53092 Just South of Mequon Road, off Hwy 57 Cedarburg Road HighlandsCommunities.com Highlands at Riverwalk offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments for those 55+. Apartments feature kitchens w/ granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, plank flooring and Kohler goose neck faucets. Onsite amenities include a Fireside Community Room, Guest Suite, Theater, Heated Underground Parking, Fitness Center, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Pet friendly with some restrictions.

.......................................414-271-4116 www.lowincomerentalsmilwaukee.com Reilly-Joseph Company offers Government subsidized housing for seniors 62 plus. Rent is based on 30 percent of gross income. Hud property.

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n THOMPSON MEADOWS

.......................................414-769-9240 3120 E. Norwich Ave. St. Francis, WI 53235 ThompsonMeadows@aol.com Independent senior living for seniors 55 and better.

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n HOUSING AUTHORITY CITY OF MILWAUKEE

.......................................414-286-5675 P.O. Box 324, Milwaukee, WI 53205 www.hacm.org Provider of quality affordable housing.

.......................................414-607-4100 3023 S. 84th Street West Allis, WI 53227 www.VMPcares.com A continuing care residential community offering independent apartments, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and ventilator unit. Residents also benefit from an on-site rehabilitation center with therapy services (physical, occupation & speech).

n PARKWOOD HIGHLANDS APARTMENTS AND TOWNHOMES 55+

n WILDWOOD HIGHLANDS APARTMENT AND TOWNHOMES 55+

.......................................262-821-5106 13800 Park Central Boulevard New Berlin, WI 53151 Just South of the Sunnyslope & National intersection HighlandsCommunities.com Parkwood Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments and townhomes for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking or Private Garage, Library, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income. Pet friendly with some restrictions.

.......................................262-251-9000 N78 W17445 Wildwood Drive Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 Just East of Community Memorial Hospital, off Custer HighlandsCommunities.com Wildwood Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments and townhomes for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Library, Hair Salon, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking or Private Garage, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income. Pet friendly with some restrictions. 50 PLUS Resource Guide | 15

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n WILDWOOD LAKE APARTMENTS 55+

.......................................262-251-9999 N77 W17700 Lake Park Drive Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 1/2 mile South of Community Memorial Hospital, off Town Hall Rd. HighlandsCommunities.com Wildwood Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Library, Hair Salon, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income.

HOUSING: ASSISTED n CLEMENT MANOR

.......................................414-546-7000 3939 S. 92nd St. Greenfield, WI 53228 www.clementmanor.com Faith-based continuum of services including independent and assisted apartments, short-term rehab, long-term care, adult day services, and center for enrichment. Pastoral care, chapel, warm water pool and putting green.

n JACKSON CROSSINGS

.......................................262-665-9407 N168 W22022 Main Street Jackson, WI 53037 JLetellier@5ssl.com We proudly offer assisted living, award-winning memory care, Lifestyle 360 Engagement Programming, and an enhanced dining experience. We have many different apartment layouts; some with lakes, patios or balconies.

n LINDEN GROVE COMMUNITIES

.......................................262-797-4600 18650 W. Corporate Dr. Brookfield, WI 53045 lindengrove.org With campuses in Menomonee Falls, Mukwonago, New Berlin and Waukesha, providing a continuum of care consisting of assisted living, advanced assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing.

n OAK PARK PLACE

.......................................414-292-0400 1621 Rivers Bend Wauwatosa, WI 53226 wauwatosasales@oakparkplace.com At Oak Park Place we share our GIFTS for those we serve. With assisted living and memory care apartments for seniors, we’re conveniently located just off 116th and West Walnut in Wauwatosa.

n SHOREHAVEN CAMPUS

.......................................262-567-8341 1305 W. Wisconsin Ave. Oconomowoc, WI 53066 www.shorehavenliving.org The Shorehaven Campus provides skilled care and rehabilitation, memory care, assisted and independent living, and programs to keep seniors independent and at home including Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center, Mobile Meals, Life@Home and Center for Life Enrichment.

n TUDOR OAKS

SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenues maturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice all under one roof.

HOUSING ASSISTANCE

w City of Hartford......................262-673-8215 w City of Kenosha Housing Authority .......................................................262-653-4120 w City of Milwaukee Housing Authority .......................................................414-286-5678 w City of Waukesha Housing Authority .......................................................262-542-2262 w Centro Hispano Council for The Spanish Speaking Inc. .......................................................414-384-3700 w Kenosha Housing Authority .......................................................262-653-4120 w Racine County Housing Authority .......................................................262-636-3405 w Slinger Housing Authority .......................................................262-644-8255 w South Milwaukee Parkcrest Housing Authority .......................................................414-762-4114 w U.S. Depart. of Housing & Urban Development...............................414-297-3214 w Walworth County Housing Authority .......................................................262-723-6123 w West Allis Department of Housing .......................................................414-302-8430 w West Bend Housing Authority .......................................................262-338-0771

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n BROOKFIELD HIGHLANDS APARTMENTS 55+

.......................................262-798-9898 20825 George Hunt Circle Waukesha, WI 53186 Just one block West of Elmbrook Church HighlandsCommunities.com Brookfield Highlands offers spacious, remodeled one and two bedroom apartments for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Billiards Room, Fitness Center, Hair Salon, Heated Underground Parking, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Pet friendly with some restrictions.

n CLEMENT MANOR

.......................................414-546-7000 3939 S. 92nd St. Greenfield, WI 53228 www.clementmanor.com Faith-based continuum of services including independent and assisted apartments, short-term rehab, long-term care, adult day services, and center for enrichment. Pastoral care, chapel, warm water pool and putting green.

n FORESTHILL HIGHLANDS APARTMENTS AND TOWNHOMES 55+

.......................................414-425-6611 8930 West Highland Park Avenue Franklin, WI 53132 Two blocks East of Loomis Road Hwy 36, off Forest Hill Ave. HighlandsCommunities.com Foresthill Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments and townhomes for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Hair Salon, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking or Private Garage, Library, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income. Pet friendly with some restrictions.

n GREENBROOK

.......................................414-282-5044 4955 S. Greenbrook Terrace Greenfield, WI 53220 Greenbrookterrace.com & greenbrookterrace@yahoo.com Greenbrook offers affordable housing for the elderly. We have spacious floor plans, convenient parking & beautiful floor plans.

.......................................262-240-9406 11520 N. Port Wasington Rd., Suite 102, Mequon, WI 53092 www.beckerpropertyservices.com Affordable, accessible, safe and secure housing for senior citizens (62+). 6 housing complexes serving 4 desirable communities in Southeastern Wisconsin. 50 PLUS Resource Guide | 17

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n HERITAGE COURT

.......................................262-781-6930 14250 W. Hampton Ave. Menomonee Falls www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE AT DEER CREEK

.......................................262-432-0222 3585 W. National Ave. New Berlin, WI www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE LAKE COUNTRY

.......................................262-367-2975 2975 Village Square Drive Hartland, WI 53029 www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE SENIOR LIVING

.......................................414-302-9700 7901 W. National Ave West Allis, WI 53214 Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementias. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term Stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HIGHLANDS AT RIVERWALK APARTMENTS 55+

.......................................262-243-8888 10954 North Cedarburg Road Mequon, WI 53092 Just South of Mequon Road, off Hwy 57/Cedarburg Road HighlandsCommunities.com Highlands at Riverwalk offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments for those 55+. Apartments feature kitchens w/ granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, plank flooring and Kohler goose neck faucets. Onsite amenities include a Fireside Community Room, Guest Suite, Theater, Heated Underground Parking, Fitness Center, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Pet friendly with some restrictions.

n JACKSON CROSSINGS

.......................................262-665-9407 N168 W22022 Main Street Jackson, WI 53037 JLetellier@5ssl.com We proudly offer assisted living, award-winning memory care, Lifestyle 360 Engagement Programming, and an enhanced dining experience. We have many different apartment layouts; some with lakes, patios or balconies.

n LINCOLN VILLAGE SENIOR APARTMENTS

.......................................262-268-1300 1300 W. Lincoln Ave. Port Washington, WI 53074 lincolnvillage@heritageal.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n LUTHER MANOR

.......................................414-464-3880 4545 N. 92nd Street Wauwatosa, WI 53225 www.luthermanor.org A non-profit Life Plan Community sharing God’s love by enriching the lives of older adults. 55+ years of providing high-quality care for residents and peace of mind for families.

n PARKWOOD HIGHLANDS APARTMENTS AND TOWNHOMES 55+ .......................................262-821-5106 13800 Park Central Boulevard New Berlin, WI 53151 Just South of the Sunnyslope & National intersection

HighlandsCommunities.com Parkwood Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments and townhomes for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking or Private Garage, Library, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income. Pet friendly with some restrictions.

n REILLY-JOSEPH CO.

.......................................414-271-4116 117 N. Jefferson Street Suite 202 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Reilly-Joseph Co. offers Government subsidized housing for seniors 62 plus. Rent is based on 30 percent of gross income. Types of living arrangements available are 1 bedroom and 1 bath.

n SHOREHAVEN CAMPUS

.......................................262-567-8341 1305 W. Wisconsin Ave. Oconomowoc, WI 53066 www.shorehavenliving.org The Shorehaven Campus provides skilled care and rehabilitation, memory care, assisted and independent living, and programs to keep seniors independent and at home including Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center, Mobile Meals, Life@Home and Center for Life Enrichment.

n STEEPLE VIEW

.......................................414-525-5500 12455 W. Janesville Road Muskego, WI 53150 www.steepleview.org Nestled conveniently on nine beautifully landscaped acres in New Berlin, life at Steeple View offers independent, secure and carefree apartment living for active seniors in a supportive Christian atmosphere. We have 79 spacious apartment homes with 5 different floor plans, each with a patio or balcony plus all appliances included. Steeple View has so many amenities; it’s easy to understand why people love it here.

n TUDOR OAKS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenue maturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice all under one roof.

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n VMP HEALTHCARE & COMMUNITY LIVING

.......................................414-607-4100 3023 S. 84th Street West Allis, WI 53227 www.VMPcares.com A continuing care residential community offering independent apartments, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and ventilator unit. Residents also benefit from an on-site rehabilitation center with therapy services (physical, occupation & speech).

n WILDWOOD HIGHLANDS

APARTMENTS & TOWNHOMES 55+

.......................................262-251-9000 N78 W17445 Wildwood Drive Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 Just East of Community Memorial Hospital, off Custer HighlandsCommunities.com Wildwood Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments and townhomes for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Library, Hair Salon, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking or Private Garage, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income. Pet friendly with some restrictions.

n WILDWOOD LAKE APARTMENTS 55+

.......................................262-251-9999 N77 W17700 Lake Park Drive Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 1/2 mile South of Community Memorial Hospital, off Town Hall Rd. HighlandsCommunities.com Wildwood Highlands offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments for those 55+. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite amenities including a Fireside Community Room, Library, Hair Salon, Fitness Center, Heated Underground Parking, Walking Path, Social Activities and more! Some apartments reserved for moderate income.

HOUSING: MEMORY CARE n HERITAGE COURT

.......................................262-781-6930 14250 W. Hampton Ave. Menomonee Falls www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE AT DEER CREEK

.......................................262-432-0222 3585 W. National Ave. New Berlin, WI www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE ELM GROVE

.......................................262-786-5800 800 Wall Street, Elm Grove www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE LAKE COUNTRY

.......................................262-367-2975 2975 Village Square Drive Hartland, WI 53029 www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE WEST ALLIS

.......................................414-302-9700 7901 W. National Ave West Allis, WI 53214 www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n JACKSON CROSSINGS

.......................................262-665-9407 N168 W22022 Main Street Jackson, WI 53037 JLetellier@5ssl.com We proudly offer assisted living, award-winning memory care, Lifestyle 360 Engagement Programming, and an enhanced dining experience. We have many different apartment layouts; some with lakes, patios or balconies.

n LINDEN GROVE COMMUNITIES

.......................................262-797-4600 18650 W. Corporate Dr. Brookfield, WI 53045 lindengrove.org With campuses in Menomonee Falls, Mukwonago, New Berlin and Waukesha, providing a continuum of care consisting of assisted living, advanced assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing.

n LINCOLN VILLAGE

SENIOR APARTMENTS

.......................................262-268-1300 1300 W. Lincoln Ave. Port Washington, WI 53074 lincolnvillage@heritageal.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n LUTHER MANOR

.......................................414-464-3880 4545 N. 92nd Street Wauwatosa, WI 53225 www.luthermanor.org A non-profit Life Plan Community sharing God’s love by enriching the lives of older adults. 55+ years of providing high-quality care for residents and peace of mind for families.

n OAK PARK PLACE

.......................................414-292-0400 1621 Rivers Bend Wauwatosa, WI 53226 wauwatosasales@oakparkplace.com At Oak Park Place we share our GIFTS with those we serve. With assisted living and memory care apartments for seniors, we’re conveniently located just off 116th and West Walnut in Wauwatosa.

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n SHOREHAVEN CAMPUS

.......................................262-567-8341 1305 W. Wisconsin Ave. Oconomowoc, WI 53066 www.shorehavenliving.org The Shorehaven Campus provides skilled care and rehabilitation, memory care, assisted and independent living, and programs to keep seniors independent and at home including Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center, Mobile Meals, Life@Home and Center for Life Enrichment.

n TUDOR OAKS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenue maturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice all under one roof.

n VMP HEALTHCARE & COMMUNITY LIVING

.......................................414-607-4100 3023 S. 84th Street West Allis, WI 53227 www.VMPcares.com A continuing care residential community offering independent apartments, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and ventilator unit. Residents also benefit from an on-site rehabilitation center with therapy services (physical, occupation & speech).

HOUSING: SUPPORTIVE & ASSISTED LIVING n HERITAGE COURT

.......................................262-781-6930 N48W14250 W. Hampton Ave. Menomonee Falls www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE COURT WAUKESHA

.......................................262-542-3434 1831 Meadow Lane, Pewaukee www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident.

We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE AT DEER CREEK

size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

.......................................262-432-0222 3585 W. National Ave. New Berlin Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n JACKSON CROSSINGS

n HERITAGE ELM GROVE

.......................................414-425-9551 5020 S. 107th St., Greenfield www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

.......................................262-786-5800 800 Wall Street, Elm Grove www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE LAKE COUNTRY

.......................................262-367-2975 2975 Village Square Drive Hartland, WI 53029 At Heritage you will immediately sense the home-like & friendly atmosphere of our community. Independent, Assisted Living and Memory Care with personalized care and services, meeting individual needs.

n HERITAGE SENIOR LIVING

.......................................414-302-9700 7901 W. National Ave West Allis, WI 53214 Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term Stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n HERITAGE WEST ALLIS

.......................................414-302-9700 7901 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53214 www.heritagesenior.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small

.......................................262-665-9407 N168 W22022 Main Street Jackson, WI 53037 JLetellier@5ssl.com We proudly offer assisted living, award-winning memory care, Lifestyle 360 Engagement Programming, and an enhanced dining experience. We have many different apartment layouts; some with lakes, patios or balconies.

n LEXINGTON HERITAGE

n LINCOLN VILLAGE SENIOR APARTMENTS

.......................................262-268-1300 1300 W. Lincoln Ave. Port Washington, WI 53074 lincolnvillage@heritageal.com Heritage offers Assisted Living and Memory Care for the unique needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Our small size allows us to personalize care and services to meet the needs of each individual resident. We offer daily activities and “24” hour professional caregiving staff with Dementia Specialist training. Short Term stays are available providing caregivers a temporary break.

n LUTHER MANOR

.......................................414-464-3880 4545 N. 92nd Street Wauwatosa, WI 53225 www.luthermanor.org A non-profit Life Plan Community sharing God’s love by enriching the lives of older adults. 55+ years by providing high-quality care for residents and peace of mind for families.

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n SHOREHAVEN CAMPUS

.......................................262-567-8341 1305 W. Wisconsin Ave. Oconomowoc, WI 53066 www.shorehavenliving.org The Shorehaven Campus provides skilled care and rehabilitation, memory care, assisted and independent living, and programs to keep seniors independent and at home including Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center, Mobile Meals, Life@Home and Center for Life Enrichment.

n TUDOR OAKS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenue maturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice all under one roof.

n VMP HEALTHCARE & COMMUNITY LIVING

.......................................414-607-4100 3023 S. 84th Street West Allis, WI 53227 www.VMPcares.com A continuing care residential community offering independent apartments, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and ventilator unit. Residents also benefit from an on-site rehabilitation center with therapy services (physical, occupation & speech).

INSURANCE n ALLIED SENIOR SERVICES

.......................................414-545-7878 .......................................800-924-4061 7421 W. Becher St. Long term care, health, life, annuities, auto, home owners, free quotes and immediate SR22 filings. We are not limited to representing one company, so we can give you unbiased advice. w Medigap / HMO Hotline / Spousal Impoverishment .......................................................800-242-1060 w Community Insurance Information Center .......................................................414-291-5360 w SeniorCare- WI Prescription Drug Assistance .......................................................800-657-2038 w Veterans’ Insurance Information .......................................................800-669-8477 w Veterans’ Affairs Regional Office .......................................................800-827-1000

LEGAL SERVICES

w American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin .................................................... 414-272-4032 w Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office Contact Number..........................262-548-7076 w Elder Law Center (CWAG) Contact Number..........................608-224-0606 .......................................................800-488-2596 w Justice-Public/Legal Services .......................................................608-266-1221 w Lawyer Referral.......................800-362-9082 w Lawyer Referral & Information .......................................................414-274-6768 w Legal Action of Wisconsin .......................................................414-278-7722 w Legal Aid Society .......................................................414-727-5300 w Metro Milwaukee Fair Housing Council ................................................. 414-278-1240 w Milwaukee Bar Association .......................................................414-274-6760 w Milwaukee City Attorney .......................................................414-276-2601 w State Public Defender’s Office Milwaukee....................................414-227-4130 Waukesha......................................262-521-5173 w State-Wide Lawyer Referral & Information Center .......................................................800-362-9082

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w Alice Baker Mem. Library, Eagle .......................................................262-594-2800 w Big Bend Village Library .......................................................262-662-3571 w Brookfield Public Library .......................................................262-782-4140 w Delafield Public Library .......................................................262-646-6230 w Germantown Community Library .......................................................262-253-7760 w Elm Grove Public Library .......................................................262-782-6717 w Hartland Public Library .......................................................262-367-3350 w Jack Russell Memorial Library, Hartford .......................................................262-673-8240 w Menomonee Falls Public Library .......................................................262-532-8900 w Milwaukee Public Library .......................................................414-286-3000 w Mukwonago Comm. Library .......................................................262-363-6411 w Muskego Public Library .......................................................262-971-2100 w New Berlin Public Library .......................................................262-785-4980 w Oconomowoc Public Library .......................................................262-569-2193 w Pauline Haass Public Library, Sussex .......................................................262-246-5180

w Waukesha Public Library .......................................................262-524-3680 w West Bend Community Memorial Library .......................................................262-335-5151 w WI Talking Book & Braille Library .......................................................414-286-3045 .......................................................800-242-8822

MANAGED CARE-FAMILY CARE

n CARE WISCONSIN

.......................................800-963-0035 N19 W24075 Riverwood Drive, Suite 110 Waukesha, WI 53188 www.carewisc.org Care Wisconsin offers government-funded programs to frail seniors and adults with disabilities. We match members to the healthcare and long-term care supports and services they need.

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w For information on the Medicaid program, contact their website at: www.dhfs.wisconsin.gov/medicaid

MEDICARE n CARE WISCONSIN

.......................................800-963-0035 N19 W24075 Riverwood Drive, Suite 110 Waukesha, WI 53188 www.carewisc.org Care Wisconsin offers government-funded programs to frail seniors and adults with disabilities. We match members to the healthcare and long-term care supports and services they need.

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

w American Cancer Society Waukesha......................................262-523-5500 .......................................................800-227-2345

n INDEPENDENCE FIRST MOBILITY STORE

.......................................414-988-5333 3720 N. 124th St., Unit F Wauwatosa, WI 53222 www.independencefirst.org webgma@ifmobility.org The Mobility Store is a non-profit that offers high-quality, low cost new and refurbished medical equipment to the elderly and individuals who might otherwise be unable to afford equipment they need. w Independence First .......................................................414-291-7520 .......................................................844-316-7795

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Since 2010 Paul Ryan and others have been saying a lot of things about Social Security that today people might term “fake news.” In Mr. Ryan’s 2010 budget proposal called “A Roadmap for America’s Future” he said, “Social Security is going bankrupt and cannot fulfill its promises to future retirees.” His solution at that time was to create private accounts, cut cost of

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w Addiction Resource Council Waukesha......................................262-524-7921 w Aurora Aurora Behavioral Health Services .......................................................877-666-7223 w Catholic Charities Waukesha......................................262-547-2463 Milwaukee....................................414-769-3400 Adult Day Services......................414-771-6063 Behavioral Health...........414-771-2881 x-4148 w Community Support Programs .......................................................414-454-4444 1220 W. Vliet Street w Lutheran Social Services Milwaukee....................................414-281-4400 Waukesha......................................414-539-5370 w Mental Health Association, Milwaukee .......................................................414-276-3122 Waukesha......................................262-547-0769 w Our Space Inc. .......................................................414-383-8921 w Waukesha County Department of Health & Human Services .......................................................262-548-7212

NURSING HOMES

w Family Caregiver Support Network: Living Options Services .......................................................414-220-8600 .......................................................800-449-4481

NUTRITIONAL SERVICES

w Jewish Family Services .......................................................414-390-5800 w Meals on Wheels Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services .......................................................262-658-0237 Milw. Area....................................414-289-6995 Waukesha......................................262-542-6388 w Medical Assistance-Food Stamps for Waukesha County .......................................................262-548-7212 w Milwaukee Center for Independence .......................................................414-937-2020 w Milwaukee County Department of Aging. 414-289-6874 w Senior Meal Program .......................................................414-289-6995 w Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin Milwaukee....................................414-327-2295 w Aurora AT HOME formerly VNA .......................................................800-862-2201 www.AuroraHealthCare.org w Waukesha County Department of Senior Services .......................................................262-548-7848 1320 Pewaukee Road, Room 130, Waukesha Meals delivered 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays

PARKS, NATURE & RECREATION

w Havenwoods Environmental Awareness Center, Milwaukee .......................................................414-527-0232 w Milwaukee County Parks Hotline .......................................................414-257-5100 w Milwaukee County Pool & Beach Hotline. .......................................................414-257-7230 w North Division Community Recreation .......................................................414-267-5077 w Visit Milwaukee .......................................................414-273-7222 w Retzer Nature Center, Waukesha .......................................................262-896-8007 w Riveredge Nature Center .......................................................262-375-2715 w Waukesha Co. Park System...262-548-7801

PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION n LINDEN GROVE COMMUNITIES

.......................................262-797-4600 18650 W. Corporate Dr. Brookfield, WI 53045 lindengrove.org With campuses in Menomonee Falls, Mukwonago, New Berlin and Waukesha, providing a continuum of care consisting of assisted living, advanced assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing.

n SHOREHAVEN CAMPUS

.......................................262-567-8341 1305 W. Wisconsin Ave. Oconomowoc, WI 53066 www.shorehavenliving.org The Shorehaven Campus provides skilled care and rehabilitation, memory care, assisted and independent living, and programs to keep seniors independent and at home including Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center, Mobile Meals, Life@Home and Center for Life Enrichment.

n TUDOR OAKS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenues maturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice, all under one roof.

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.......................................262-242-6177 N61 W306 Washington Ave. Cedarburg, WI 53012 Bruce has been a realtor for over 37 years and has devoted much of his career to helping seniors move through their fear of moving and towards a brighter future in a senior community of their choice.

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.......................................414-877-0038 12020 W. Feerick Street, Ste. J Wauwatosa, WI 53222 www.homevestors.com HomeVestors is the number one home buyer in America and has been since 1996. We buy houses every day for cash, and we’ll buy yours too, no matter what condition it is in.

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w Asian American Senior Center 120 N. 73rd Street Milwaukee....................................414-258-2410 w Beulah Brinton Senior Center 2555 S. Bay Street Milwaukee....................................414-481-2494 w Brookfield Senior Community Center 2000 North Calhoun Road Brookfield.....................................262-796-6675 w Brown Deer Senior Center 4355 West Bradley Rd. Brown Deer..................................414-357-7002 w Burlington Senior Center 201 N. Main Street Burlington....................................262-767-9880 w Cedarburg Senior Center & Van Service W63 N645 Washington Avenue Cedarburg.....................................262-375-7644 w Chester Grobschmidt Senior Center 2424 15th Avenue South Milwaukee.........................414-768-8045 w Clinton Rose Senior Center 3045 North Dr. Martin Luther King Drive Milwaukee....................................414-263-2255 w Dr. Martin Luther King Community Center 1134 Martin Luther King Drive Racine...........................................262-636-9237 w Elks Lodge (Formerly Granville) 5555 W. Good Hope Rd. Milwaukee....................................414-353-2900 w Germantown Senior Center W162 N11960 Park Avenue Germantown................................262-253-7799 w Grafton Senior Center 1665 7th Avenue Grafton..........................................262-375-5311 w Greendale Rec. Dept./Golden Agers 5900 S. 51st St. Greendale.....................................414-423-2790 50 PLUS Resource Guide | 27

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w Hart Park Center Senior Wauwatosa 7300 Chestnut Wauwatosa....................................414-471-8495 w Humble Park Community Center 2200 Blaine Avenue Racine...........................................262-636-9226 w Indian Council of the Elderly 3126 W. Kilbourn Ave. Milwaukee....................................414-933-1401 w Jackson Community Center N165W20330 Hickory Lane Dr. Jackson..........................................262-677-9665 w The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd. Whitefish Bay...............................414-964-8200 w Kelly Senior Center 6100 S. Lake Drive Cudahy..........................................414-481-9611 w Kosciuszko Community Center 2201 S. 7th Street Milwaukee....................................414-645-4624 w Ovation Communities 1410 N. Prospect Ave Milwaukee....................................414-721-9251 w Manor Park Senior Center 8536 West Oklahoma Avenue Milwaukee....................................414-607-4100 w McGovern Park Senior Center 4500 West Custer Avenue Milwaukee....................................414-527-0990 w Menomonee Falls Senior Center W152N8645 Margaret Rd. Menomonee Falls........................262-255-8460 w Oak Creek Forever Young 8580 South Howell Avenue Oak Creek.....................................414-768-6515 w OASIS-Organization for Active Seniors in Society 2414 W. Mitchell St. .......................................................414-647-6041 w Oconomowoc Area Senior Center 210 S. Main St. Oconomowoc...............................262-567-4288 w Port Washington Senior Center 403 W Foster St. Port Washington..........................262-284-5821 w Project Focal Point 811 West Burleigh Street Milwaukee....................................414-372-1070 w Redeemer Senior Center 631 North 19th Milwaukee....................................414-933-0300 w Richfield Senior Citizens Hubertus Town Hall, 4128 Hubertus Road Hubertus.......................................262-628-2260 w Schuetze Waukesha Recreation Center 1120 Baxter Street, Waukesha................................. 262-524-3714 w Senior Friends, Inc (Hartford Senior Center) 730 Highland Avenue Hartford........................................262-673-4005

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w Shorewood Senior Center 3920 N. Murray Ave. Shorewood....................................414-847-2727 w Silver Spring Neighborhood Center 5460 North 64th Milwaukee....................................414-463-7950 w Sixty Plus Senior Programs Recreation League 2414 West Mitchell Street Milwaukee....................................414-647-6041 w Sussex Community Center W240 N5765 Maple Avenue Sussex............................................262-246-6447 w United Community Center - Elderly Programs 1028 S. 9th Street Milwaukee....................................414-384-3100 w Washington County Senior Center 2378 W. Washington Street, Suite A West Bend.....................................262-335-4498 w Washington Park Senior Center 4420 West Vliet Street Milwaukee....................................414-933-2332 w Waterford Village Hall 123 North River Street Waterford......................................262-534-3980 w West Allis-Senior Center 7001 W. National Ave. West Allis......................................414-302-8700 w Wilson Park Senior Center 2601 West Howard Avenue Milwaukee....................................414-282-5566 w Whitefish Bay Senior Center - Lydell Community Center 5205 N. Lydell Whitefish Bay...............................414-963-3992

SENIOR MOVE MANAGEMENT

n SEGUES SENIOR MOVE SPECIALISTS

.......................................262-442-4200 www.segues.net We can help with downsizing - moving - packing - unpacking - cleaning - address changes - staging - estate sales and other personalized services.

n UNIVERSAL SERVICES WI

PREMIERE SENIOR MOVING COMPANY

.......................................262-257-0250 7446 Circle Dr. Lannon, WI 53046 universalserviceswi.com Universal Services helps seniors in all phases of moving. From rightsizing, packing, moving, unpacking, storage, estate sales, and consignment services. All services under one roof. We serve all of Wisconsin.

SENIOR ORGANIZATIONS n AARP-WISCONSIN

.......................................608-286-6303 222 W. Washington Ave, Suite 600 Madison, WI 53703 www.aarp.org/wi wAmerican Seniors Association .......................................................800-951-0017 w Senior Friends, Inc. 730 Highland Avenue Hartford........................................262-673-4005 w Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) 310 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee....................................414-297-3942 w Wisconsin Retired Educators Assoc. .......................................................608-831-5115

SKILLED NURSING/ SUBACUTE CARE (also Health Care Centers)

n LINDEN GROVE COMMUNITIES

.......................................262-797-4600 18650 W. Corporate Dr. Brookfield, WI 53045 lindengrove.org With campuses in Menomonee Falls, Mukwonago, New Berlin and Waukesha, providing a continuum of care consisting of assisted living, advanced assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing.

n LUTHER MANOR

.......................................414-464-3880 4545 N. 92nd Street Wauwatosa, WI 53225 www.luthermanor.org A non-profit Life Plan Community sharing God’s love by enriching the lives of older adults. 55+ years by providing high-quality care for residents and peace of mind for families.

n SHOREHAVEN CAMPUS

.......................................262-567-8341 1305 W. Wisconsin Ave. Oconomowoc, WI 53066 www.shorehavenliving.org The Shorehaven Campus provides skilled care and rehabilitation, memory care, assisted and independent living, and programs to keep seniors independent and at home including Shorehaven Strength and Fitness Center, Mobile Meals, Life@Home and Center for Life Enrichment.


n TUDOR OAKS

SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY

.......................................414-529-0100 S77 W12929 McShane Drive Muskego, WI 53150 TudorOaks.net Tudor Oaks encompasses all the avenue smaturing adults travel: Independent Living, Supportive Care, Assisted Living, Memory Care, 24-Hour Skilled Nursing, short-term Rehab and Hospice, all under one roof.

n VMP HEALTHCARE & COMMUNITY LIVING

.......................................414-607-4100 3023 S. 84th Street West Allis, WI 53227 www.VMPcares.com A continuing care residential community offering independent apartments, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and ventilator unit. Residents also benefit from an on-site rehabilitation center with therapy services (physical, occupation & speech).

SOCIAL SECURITY

w Social Security Administration .................................................... 800-772-1213 w Social Security - Internet Address .........................................................www.ssa.gov For callers using TTY Equipment ONLY call toll free, 7:00 am to 7:00 pm .......................................................800-325-0778

TAX INFORMATION

w City of Milwaukee Treasurer’s Office .......................................................414-286-2240 w State Dept. of Revenue...........414-227-4000

TITLE 19-MEDICAID

w Racine County Work Force Development Center...........................................262-619-5627 w Walworth County Human Service .......................................................262-741-3436 w Washington County Social Services .......................................................262-335-4100 w Waukesha County Human Services .......................................................262-548-7212

TOLL-FREE NUMBERS

w Alzheimer’s Association .......................................................800-272-3900 w Eldercare Locator...................800-677-1116 w Medigap Part D Helpline.....855-677-2783 w The Living Bank - Organ Donation .......................................................800-528-2971 w U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission .......................................................800-638-2772 w Wisconsin Legislative  Hotline .......................................................800-362-9472

w Wisconsin Tourist Information .......................................................800-432-8747

w WI Talking Book & Braille Library .......................................................414-286-3045 .......................................................800-242-8822

TRANSPORTATION

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

w Elmbrook Senior Taxi .......................................................262-785-1200 w Lake Country Cares Cab .......................................................262-695-2670 w Milwaukee County Aging Resource Center ....................................................(414)-289-6874 w Mukwonago Seniors on the Go .......................................................262-363-5700 w New Berlin Senior Taxi .......................................................262-814-1611 w Oconomowoc Silver Streak .......................................................262-567-6404 w Waukesha County Aging Resource Center .......................................................262-548-7848

TRAVEL n ELJO TRAVEL LLC

.......................................414-321-8605 2052 S. 84th Street, West Allis, WI 53227 www.ELJOTravel.com Travel Services for senior groups + tour + cruises

n LAMERS TOUR & TRAVEL

.......................................414-281-2002 1126 W. Boden Ct., Milwaukee, WI 53221 www.GoLamers.com As a leader in vacation travel, Lamers offers exciting and interesting escorted coach tours throughout the United States and Canada. Make your next vacation a Lamers Tour!

VETERANS’ SERVICES

w Kenosha County Veteran’s Service Office .......................................................262-605-6690 w Milwaukee County Veteran’s Office.............................................414-266-1234 w Ozaukee County Veteran’s Office .......................................................262-238-8326 w Racine County Veteran’s Office .......................................................262-638-6702 w VA Regional Office – Milwaukee .......................................................800-827-1000 w Walworth County Veteran’s Office .......................................................262-741-4222 w Washington County Veteran’s Services .......................................................262-335-4457 w Waukesha County Veteran’s Services 514 Riverview Ave.......................262-548-7732

VISION RESOURCES

w Vision Forward Association .......................................................414-615-0100 .......................................................855-878-6056

w Foster Grandparent Program Milwaukee...................... 414-291-7500 x3109 w Interfaith Older Adult Programs .......................................................414-291-7500 w RSVP-Retired and Senior Volunteer Program 210 N. West Barstow St. Waukesha......................................262-549-3348 w Volunteer Waukesha County 1717 Paramount Dr., Waukesha .......................................................262-547-8459 w Volunteer Center of Greater Milwaukee...................................414-273-7887

WEBSITES & PHONE NUMBER RESOURSES

w ADAPT (Disability Rights Activists) www.adapt.org w Administration on Aging ...................................................... 202-619-0724 www.aoa.gov w ADRC-Wisconsin Dept of Health Services (Finding an ADRC office) www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/adrc w Alliance for Aging Research.......................................................202-293-2856 www.agingresearch.org w Alliance for Retired Americans .......................................................202-637-5399 www.retiredamericans.org w Alzheimer’s Association, SE Wisconsin .......................................................414-479-8800 .......................................................800-272-3900 www.alz.org w American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry .......................................................703-556-9222 .......................................................301-654-7850 www.aagponline.org w American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) .......................................................800-840-8844 www.aapd.com w AARP American Association of Retired Persons Wisconsin National Office .......................................................888-448-3611 www.aarp.org w American Cancer Society .......................................................800-227-2345 www.cancer.org w American Council of the Blind .......................................................800-424-8666 www.acb.org w American Diabetes Association .......................................................800-342-2383 Milwaukee Office.........................414-778-5500 www.diabetes.org w Academy of Nutrition & Dietetic .......................................................800-877-1600 www.eatright.org

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w American Dietetic Association .......................................................800-877-1600 w American Geriatrics Society (AGS) Geriatric Health Professionals ................................................ 212-308-1414 www.americangeriatrics.org w Bright Focus .......................................................800-437-2423 www.brightfocus.org w American Heart Association .......................................................800-242-8721 www.americanheart.org or www.heart.org w American Parkinson’s Disease Association................................................800-223-2732 www.apdaparkinson.org w American Red Cross in SE Wisconsin .......................................................414-342-8680 www.redcross.org.wi.milwaukee w American Speech-Language-Hearing Assoc.............................................800-638-8255 www.asha.org w American Stroke Association .......................................................888-478-7653 www.strokeassociation.org w American Tinnitus Association .......................................................800-634-8978 www.ata.org w Arc, The Wisconsin Disability Assoc. .......................................................608-422-4250 .......................................................877-272-8400 www.arc-wisconsin.org w Arthritis Foundation of Midwest Region .......................................................800-333-1380 www.arthritis.org/wisconsin w Association for the Rights of Citizens with Handicaps (ARCh) .......................................................262-542-9811 www.waukeshaarch.org w Better Hearing Institute .......................................................800-327-9355 www.betterhearing.org w Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin .......................................................262-790-9660 www.biaw.org w Bureau of Consumer Protection .......................................................608-224-5012 .......................................................800-422-7128 (Wis. Dept of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection) datcp.wi.gov w Caregiver Connection .......................................................262-522-2400 www.thecaregiverconnection.org w Today’s Caregiver .......................................................800-829-2734 www.caregiver.com w CaringBridge......www.caringbridge.org w Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access(CATEA) www.catea.gatech.edu w Center for Communication, Hearing & Deafness.......................................414-604-2200 ............................................. TTY 414-604-7217 www.hearwi.org

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w Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) .......................................................800-232-4636 www.cdc.gov w Center for Elder Rights Advocacy .......................................................866-949-2372 www.legalhotlines.org w Center for Social Gerontology .......................................................734-665-1126 www.tcsg.org w Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups .......................................................608-224-0606 .......................................................800-488-2596 www.cwagwisconsin.org w Commissioner of Insurance .......................................................800-236-8517 www.oci.wi.gov w Community Action Coalition for South Central Wisconsin, Inc (CAC) Waukesha......................................262-354-4017 www.cacscw.org w Consumer Product Safety Commission .......................................................800-638-2772 www.cpsc.gov w Consumer Protection Hotline .......................................................800-422-7128 (Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection) www.datcp.wi.gov w Deaf Linx www.deaflinx.com w Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) www.dot.state.wi.us w Diabetes Association .......................................................800-342-2383 www.diabetes.org w Disabled American Veterans .......................................................414-649-4783 www.dav.org w Disability Advocates: Wisconsin Network (DAWN) .......................................................608-266-7826 .......................................................888-332-1677 www.dawninfo.org w Disability Programs and Information .......................................................608-266-1865 www.dhs.wi.gov w DRM Guide to Disability Resources on the Internet www.disabilityresources.org w Disability Rights Wisconsin .......................................................414-773-4646 .......................................................800-928-8778 www.disabilityrightswi.org w ElderCare .......................................................800-677-1116 www.eldercare.gov w Eldercare Online www.ec-online.net w Equal Employment Opportunity Commission .......................................................800-669-4000 www.eeoc.gov w Equal Rights Division .......................................................414-227-4384 www.dwd.wisconsin.gov/er

w Family Caregiver Alliance .......................................................800-445-8106 www.caregiver.org w Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources (GWAAR) .......................................................608-243-5670 www.gwaar.org w Health and Human Services (U.S.) Hotline Directory .......................................................877-696-6775 www.hhs.gov w Healthfinder.gov (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services) www.healthfinder.gov w Hearing Loss Association of America www.hearingloss.org w Housing and Urban Development Discrimination Hotline .......................................................202-708-1112 www.hud.gov w Interfaith Senior Programs .......................................................262-549-3348 www.interfaithwaukesha.org w Internal Revenue Service www.irs.gov..................................800-829-1040 w Language Line Solutions (interpreter) .......................................................800-752-6096 www.languageline.com w Lawyer Referral & Information Service, Waukesha County Bar Association .......................................................262-544-4016 www.elderlifeplanning.com www.findmilwaukeelawyers.org w Leading Age Wisconsin .......................................................608-255-7060 www.leadinagewi.org w Lighthouse International .......................................................800-284-4422 www.lighthouseguild.org w Lupus Foundation of America .......................................................800-558-0121 www.lupus.org w Medicaid T-19 Application dhs.wisconsin.gov/MEDICAID w Medicare www.medicare.gov......................800-633-4227 w Medigap Helpline (State of WI) .......................................................800-242-1060 www.longtermcare.wi.gov w Mental Health America .......................................................800-969-6642 www.mentalhealthamerica.net w Midwest Geriatric Care Managers Assoc ........................................ www.aginglifecare.org w Multiple Sclerosis Society, Wisconsin Chapter .......................................................262-369-4400 www.nationalmssociety.org w National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys .......................................................703-942-5711 www.naela.org w National Alliance on Mental Illness of Wisconsin (NAMI) .......................................................608-268-6000 www.namiwisconsin.org............800-236-2988


w National Alliance on Mental Illness of Waukesha County (NAMI) .......................................................262-524-8886 www.namiwaukesha.org w National Asian Pacific Center on Aging .......................................................800-336-2722 www.napca.org w National Association for Hispanic Elderly .......................................................626-564-1988 AsociaciÓn Nacional Pro Personas Mayores www.nei.nih.gov w National Association for Home Care & Hospice .......................................................202-547-7424 www.nahc.org w National Association of the Deaf .......................................................301-587-1788 www.nad.org wNational Caucus & Center on Black Aged .......................................................202-637-8400 www.ncba-aged.org w National Consumer Law Center .......................................................202-452-6252 www.nclc.org w National Council on Aging .......................................................800-677-1116 www.ncoa.org w National Domestic Violence Hotline .......................................................800-799-7233 www.thehotline.org w National Family Caregivers Association (NFCA) .......................................................202-454-3970 www.thefamilycaregiver.org w National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization .......................................................703-837-1500 www.nhpco.org www.caringinfo.org w National Institute of Mental Health .......................................................866-615-6464 www.nimh.nih.gov w National Institute on Aging .......................................................800-222-2225 www.nia.nih.gov w National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin .......................................................414-897-8669 .......................................................262-821-0705 www.kidneywi.org w National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped .......................................................202-707-5100 www.loc.gov/nls w National Osteoporosis Foundation .......................................................800-231-4222 www.nof.org w National Senior Citizens Law Center .......................................................202-289-6976 www.nsclc.org w National Stroke Association .......................................................800-787-6537 www.stroke.org w National Suicide Prevention Lifeline ........................................ 800-273-8255 (TALK) www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org w Needy Meds .......................................................800-503-6897

www.needymeds.org w No Call List/Wisconsin .......................................................866-382-1222 www.nocall.wisconsin.gov w Office for the Blind and Visually Imparied Waukesha......................................262-548-5862 .......................................................888-879-0017 www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/blind w Road Scholar .......................................................800-454-5768 www.roadscholar.org w Wisconsin Forward Health .......................................................800-362-3002 www.DHS.Wisconsin.gov w Social Security .......................................................800-772-1213 www.ssa.org www.socialsecurity.gov w State Bar of Wisconsin .......................................................800-728-7788 www.wisbar.org w Suicide Prevention Lifeline .......................................................800-273-8255 www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org w U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services .......................................................800-375-5283 www.uscis.gov w U.S. Capitol/U.S. Senate .......................................................202-224-3121 www.house.gov www.senate.gov w U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development .......................................................202-708-1112 www.hud.gov w Veterans Crisis Line .........................................800-273-8255, press 1 www.veteranscrisisline.net w Veterans Affairs National........................................800-827-1000 Waukesha County.......................262-548-7732 www.va.gov w Vision Forward Association .......................................................414-615-0100 www.vision-forward.org w Waukesha Bar Association .......................................................414-278-7722 www.waukeshabar.org w Waukesha Housing Authority .......................................................262-542-2262 www.whaonline.com w Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long Term Care .......................................................608-246-7013 www.longtermcare.wi.gov w Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired www.wcblind.org.........................800-783-5213 w Wisconsin Dept of Health Services .......................................................608-266-1865 www.dhs.wisconsin.gov w Wisconsin Dept of Transportation .........................................................................511 Road Conditions www.dot.wisconsin.gov/travel/driving-cond.

www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers w Wisconsin Family Caregiver Support Program www.wisconsincaregiver.org w Wisconsin Forward Health .......................................................800-362-3002 www.DHS.Wisconsin.gov w Wisconsin Interactive Network .......................................................608-250-4606 www.doa.wi.gov w Wisconsin State Legislature .......................................................800-362-9472 www.legis.wisconsin.gov

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50 Plus Resource Guide  

Navigating the Aging Journey 2018-2019

50 Plus Resource Guide  

Navigating the Aging Journey 2018-2019

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