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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available

Customer Reviews

Wonderful staff, amenities, and friendly residents

Although my mother only had a short stay due to unforeseen health issues, both she and I cannot say enough about the care and assistance she received there. We found the staff to be friendly, knowledgeable, and caring. My mother is rather frail and she appreciated staff escorting her to meals and back to her room. The apartment was cleaned regularly and the laundry was done in a timely manner. When concerns arose regarding her declining health, we were kept informed of all issues and they provided additional assistance. We were very thankful to everyone there from the front desk, the administration, and the wonderful staff. My mom was quite sad to be leaving, but she ended up required a nursing home setting due to deteriorating health.

Their assisted living was great. But the dementia care bombed.

Their assisted living was great. They had enough activities and things like that. I didn't have a lot of complaints when he was in assisted living. But the dementia care bombed. They were locking the residents out of their rooms during the day. There were lots of issues. They didn't contain the flu virus, they didn't post notices or anything. If you are questioning the care, follow your instinct.

Laureate Group

Local Representative

We are pleased we met your expectations while your loved was in assisted living. We regret that wasn’t the case in the dementia program. We hope these comments will help to clarify the issues you raised.

People in the dementia program are engaged in activities with others, outside of their apartments throughout the day. Residents are encouraged to lock their apartments when gone. This prevents others who may be confused and wandering around the secure area from entering the wrong apartment. Apartments are locked to ensure the privacy of each resident, not to restrict access. Many family members have mentioned they appreciate our commitment to privacy.

In reviewing the concern about the health issue, we have confirmed that the dementia area did not have a “flu virus.” There was a weekend when some residents had gastrointestinal symptoms and our nursing staff felt that it was appropriate to implement precautions, even though it was not flu. We are proactive whenever residents exhibit these symptoms. The precautions were in effect for a week, and notices were posted for family members and visitors. Since you did not see the notice, we will review where we place notices to make sure they are highly visible. Thanks for your comments. We take all feedback seriously and use it to continually improve.

Clean, Older Facility with Great Activities

We really had a hard decision to make because my husband and I liked this one and another one very much. Both had different strengths and weaknesses. At the Terrace, they offered a lot more trips off campus. They had a lot more variety in shopping and entertainment opportunities. They were taking people to baseball games and such. It was an older facility. It was meticulously clean but it was showing a little decorating age. Everything was in great shape but everything was older than the other place.

Food isn't the best

Their common areas a clean and they do come and clean the bathrooms and room but it seems like even after the cleaning crew comes through the bathrooms are not as clean as they could be. At the bottom on the outside of the baths seems like they don't wipe it off. Just things here and there that could be cleaner. The food sometimes isn't the best, sometimes the meals are bland or they run out of one of the choices. They are not a bad community but could improve in some areas.

Older place. Rooms were very small. ...

Older place. Rooms were very small. Maybe only 12x12. Other wise it was clean and ok.

Plus - 2 bedroom apts with good size...

Plus - 2 bedroom apts with good size and facilities. 2 levels of Assisted Living care. Nice area of Waukesha. Minus - Long corridors with elevators to apartments. Different levels of Assisted Living care means different locations. Keyed elevator for dad will be difficult. No activities noticed during visit(9:30 am). Environment a bit sterile. Estimated $7200/mo

From the Community

Oak Hill Terrace provides studio, one and two bedroom apartments and the assistance to help you remain independent. If you need personal care, assistants help with bathing, dressing, medication administration and other activities of daily living in the privacy of each apartment. You’ll appreciate the peace of mind of having staff on duty 24 hours a day, morning and evening check in service and apartment pull cords. For convenience you’ll find full service banking, three delicious meals daily, scheduled transportation to shopping and other outings, hair salon, and wellness clinic. Oak Hill Terrace has a full activity program to keep seniors active and engaged. Terrace House, located within Oak Hill Terrace provides a greater level of support within a smaller environment. Spring House, also located within Oak Hill Terrace, is a special place designed for people with early to mid stage dementia. Oak Hill Terrace is a member of the Laureate Group of Retirement Communities – a locally and family owned provider that was founded over 40 years ago. There are no endowment fees at any Laureate Group Community.