Eastcastle Place’s Health and Rehabilitation Center welcomes its new and innovative admissions coordinator, Joseph Tomasino, who is working creatively to increase census during the COVID-19 crisis. Please click here to read more.
For 135 years and counting, Eastcastle Place has been a beautifully welcoming senior living community in the heart of Milwaukee’s East Side. What makes life rich is all within reach — from the lake and your favorite spots on Downer Avenue to the friend next door who shares your love of life. With first-class services and amenities alongside a robust and interesting calendar of programs, this is where you can branch out to find new ways of relishing each day. And because we’re a Life Plan Community, you can have confidence in your future because if you ever need quality health services, — a full continuum of care is right on-site in the familiar surroundings you love.
If you or a loved one needs help with activities of daily living, we’re here for you. Providing the right help at the right time makes it easier to remain independent and enjoy everything life has to offer.
Health and Rehabilitation Center
At our 5-Star-rated Health & Rehabilitation Center, we work with Milwaukee’s finest hospitals and physicians to offer a full spectrum of senior rehabilitation services and specialized medical treatment for chronic conditions. Under the direction of our medical director, our interdisciplinary team of devoted skilled nurses and therapists are here to help individuals meet any care goals through memory care, rehabilitation or skilled nursing. Our Health Center has achieved a Deficiency Free Health Survey for three consecutive years.
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One of the most iconic pops of pop culture was Howard Cunningham of the Milwaukee-based T.V. sitcom “Happy Days.” Beloved by his doting wife, Marion, and teenaged children Richie and Joanie, the amiable Howard was also a favorite of Richie’s friends, who fondly called him “Mr. C.” Even the tough-talking, tender-hearted greaser Arthur Fonzarelli called him that. In fact, the show portrayed Mr. C. as a father figure to “Fonzie,” whose own fictional mother and father abandoned him. While Mr. C. owned a hardware store, viewers rarely saw him working; he was most often seen reading the paper at home, offering wisecracks and kernels of wisdom while Marion fluttered about the house doing her stay-at-home motherly and wifely duties. Set in the idyllic post-war 1950s, “Happy Days” ran from 1974 to 1984. The distance between the fictional and real...
When son Jeff Morris was asked for a few quotes about his father, Andrew Morris, what we received was a heartfelt tribute to our wonderful resident. Enjoy! Happy, healthy Father’s Day to all the dads and granddads out there! Here is a picture of Dad with his four sisters. This was taken in 1952 before he was deployed to the Philippines to command a mapping unit in the remote jungles in territory controlled by the “Hucks,” an armed militia in rebellion against the Philippine government. He was actually shot at by a group of rebels who came out of the jungle onto the riverbank as he floated down the river on a raft. My dad, who just turned 91, has been an actual dad for 67 years, as I am his oldest. But he had to serve as a father for...