culture of care
Wisconsin-based and family-owned, Azura Memory Care and Assisted Living is excited to meet the needs of our residents, families, and expert care teams. We currently have 14 memory care and assisted living community locations which can be found all throughout the state.
Azura’s Memory Care homes are purposefully designed to meet the needs of those living with memory loss. Our exceptional care communities are just one reason we are known as Wisconsin’s Dementia Care Experts.
Our Commitment to Exceptional Care
Recognized for our INNOVATIVE implementation of the Household Model and our MOSAIC philosophy, Azura’s exclusive training program equips our team with advanced education on aging and dementia care.
MOSAIC Dreams Program
What would your best day be? As part of our MOSAIC Dreams Therapy Program, we ask our residents this question and work to make their dreams and special personalized moments of joy come true. We invite you to experience a MOSAIC Dream today!
A Place to Call Home
Where many senior living homes feel more like medical centers or private hotels, Azura’s Memory Care and Assisted Living communities are intentionally designed using our Household Model — ensuring that every resident has a space where they feel safe, familiar, comfortable, and engaged in a life filled with personalized moments of joy.
Join us monthly for Memory Cafe! Memory Cafe’s are places where persons with early-stage Alzheimer’s or a related dementia can go with their care partners to socialize and have fun with other people going through similar things.
T.I.M.E. Program: An Early Memory Loss Class for Those Wanting to Keep Their Minds Sharp
Engage in educational topics related to memory, participate in mental/physical exercise, learn memory techniques/ strategies and enjoy social support, creativity and laughter. Classes are offered three times a week for […]
Dementia Talks! MOSAIC by Azura Live Webinar
THE FIRST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH, 12 - 1 PM VIA ZOOM March - When Grandpa Forgets: Teaching Children about Alzheimer's and Dementia April - Responding vs. Reacting: Remaining Calm […]