“Create caring communities, providing a superior quality of life for seniors above the age of 62 by offering a continuum of care in services and in programming within the most desired and least restrictive environment, thus allowing an individual to age in place with dignity.”
In 1989, we embarked upon a mission of creating caring communities to help seniors maintain independence and a superior quality of life. We're proud to be the only Waukesha County family of senior communities owned and operated by ProHealth Care, the leading provider of health care in Waukesha County since 1914.
ProHealth Care Regency Senior Communities strive to improve our community at large through donations, support, and activities. Our campuses serve as a resource for Seniors and their families regarding concerns related to aging by providing public seminars, support groups, and classes. Each summer we host concerts, we provide space to the Waukesha County Nutrition Site, Senior Taxi Services, Senior Advocacy Youth Exchange Services, and local Women’s Clubs, Park and Recreation Groups, and more.
The ProHealth Care Foundation was formed in 2012 following the merger of the Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Waukesha Memorial Hospital Foundation. Donations to the ProHealth Care Foundation have been integral in supporting ProHealth Care's mission to continuously improve the health of the community. Gifts directed to Regency Senior Communities will be used wisely by RSC to advance the important work we do.
Dennis and his wife Bev describe Regency as “our kind of place. It’s not an old folks home. If you just take a tour and look around at how happy the people are – that’s what sold us. Everything is first class. Our neighbors are very friendly and helpful, we just love it here. Regency helps us keep our independence. We highly recommend it!”
Pauline, 87 years young, cooks and cleans for herself, maintains a garden on her patio, volunteers with Assisted Living residents and regularly walks the trails around the private pond. While she relishes her independence, she also appreciates the campus comforts and conveniences – especially the free transportation to her favorite grocery store. “When we get back, the bus drivers bring the bags right to our doors.” She adds that it’s also nice not having to deal with snow. “The sidewalks are always cleared for us.”
Last summer George and his family had narrowed down his options to 3 senior communities. George toured Regency first, and then told his family he wouldn’t be touring the others; he knew right away that he was in the right place. He was immediately impressed with everything he saw, including the courtesy shown by employees. “They have wonderful entertainment and outings for us here,” but best of all he’s only minutes from his children’s homes.
Kay lived alone for six years after her husband died. The need for social interaction prompted her to move to Regency. “Regency has so many things to keep us busy and entertained. I’m involved in reading, crafting and I love the exercise programs. The best part is all the wonderful company I have around me. I can prepare meals in my apartment, but if I feel like it, I can take advantage of the wonderful meal program.”
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