Residents combined their creativity, artistic ability, and kindness, as they crafted beautiful marbled watercolor greeting cards to be shared with prospective residents. 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.
Here’s the latest news about Eastcastle Place.
Eastcastle Place senior living community’s resident Jake Jacobson is remarkable at the age of 100. Read the full story here.
The Encyclopedia Britannica defines museums as “institutions dedicated to preserving and interpreting the primary tangible evidence of humankind and the environment.” While that descriptor might be as dry as, well, dinosaur bones, museums have also been aptly described as repositories of the “real thing,” drawing visitors away from a world of plastics, reproductions and a deteriorating environment into a realm of wonder, reality, permanence and nostalgia. Indeed, there is something magical about seeing or even touching the actual thing from that long ago or created by someone that world-renowned. The history of museums is rich and long. Tomes could – and have – been written about the evolution and significance of the mouseion (Greek for “seat of the Muses”) throughout the ages. Suffice it to say that at some point, history’s “powers that be”...