You'll Notice The Difference.
Clement Manor is a faith-based continuing care retirement community located in Greenfield, a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our mission is to promote healthy aging of individuals on our campus and in the community, through the values of respect, collaboration, and quality service.
You have options. Our continuum of care includes Adult Day Services, Brain Stretch Club, Independent and Assisted Living Apartments, Transitional Care (short-term rehab), Long-term care, and the Center for Enrichment.
Are you caring for an older adult?
Where ever you are on the journey of caregiving, we can help. Holiday visits are a good time to determine what assistance your loved one might need. This is a good first step in determining what to do next. Click here for a NEEDS ASSESSMENT Worksheet.
Are you feeling overwhelmed as a caregiver? Click here for more information about CAREGIVER STRESS or, if you're a caregiver for someone with memory loss, join one of our support groups:
FREE CAREGIVERS TOOLKIT: Caring for an older adult can be a challenge. We're offering this FREE toolkit full of resources that will help you answer these difficult questions, and more: Is it time to sell the house? What if mom/dad needs care beyond what I can provide? What questions should we ask when touring a facility? Email us and we'll send you the kit. Please include your mailing address as there are two helpful books included in the kit: Click HERE to request your FREE CAREGIVER TOOLKIT
Sometimes caregivers need a break from caregiving and loved one's need to exercise the level of independence they do have. Click here to learn about Adult Day Services and how this program can help you and your family.
For more information about these resources, or to schedule a tour, call Kim at 414.546.7000.
Mind Your Matter: a special event for your brain!
Join us for an evening of FUNdraising on April 29. Delicious brain-healthy appetizers and dinner, silent auction, and a presentation with important information about how to keep your brain healthy at any age. Proceeds support innovative and healthy aging programs for elders and their caregivers at Clement Manor including Adult Day Services, the Brain Stretch Club and the Center for Enrichment. Tickets are $40 each or two for $75. Sponsorships are also available. For more information contact us at 414.546.7995. Click here for an invite
Center for Enrichment: Join us for these free programs.
Enter at 9405 W. Howard. RSVP to 414.546.7302.
April 15 at 12:30pm - Movie Matinee - The Hundred-foot Journey
May 5 at 1pm - Book Club - The Fever Tree by Jennifer Harman
May 12 at 12:30pm - Movie Matinee - Dracula - the original starring Bela Lugosi
June 2 at 1pm - Book Club - Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
June 23 at 12:30pm - Movie Matinee - Heaven is for Real
Bridge Club - every Tuesday at 9am.
Next term of courses begins April 27. CLICK HERE for a complete catalog.
Bridge Way: Transitional Care at Clement Manor
After a stay in the hospital, whether planned or unplanned, we can help you to get well so you can return home. Recent enhancements to this short-term rehab unit include a brand new therapy gym, more private rooms, quiet, sun-filled lounges, courtyards, and more. Caring and qualified staff will help you to gain strength for independence. Contact us to learn more!
Quality of Long Term Care and Transitional Care Recognized by U.S. News for Second Year in a Row
U.S. News & World Report has released its 2014 Best Nursing Homes ratings, highlighting the top nursing homes in each state and nearly 100 major metropolitan areas. Clement Manor has achieved top ranking status in 2013 and in 2014. The ratings cover more than 15,000 nursing homes nationwide and are freely available at: http://health.usnews.com/best-nursing-homes/area/wi
Clement Manor Receives Exclusive Top Honors
Clement Manor has earned the prestigious Step III Quality Award presented by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living. Clement Manor is the first in Wisconsin and was one of only three facilities in the nation to receive this honor in 2008. Read more…