Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF)
This 30 bed Assisted Living Community (ALC) in New Berlin, Wisconsin provides several large double occupancy rooms with 2 bathrooms, and features 4 scheduled activities daily. Residents are offered assistance with all ADL’s including insulin administration, hoyer and sit to stand lifts. We operate with an “Age in Place” philosophy to keep residents “at home”.
- 30 bed assisted living facility
- Several Large double occupancy rooms with 2 bathrooms.
- 4 scheduled activities daily
- Hair Dressing Services
Prior to sending out John Coury R.N. MSN to evaluate the prospective resident, we ask you to complete the Family Assessment form and a Confidential Financial Statement. Once these two forms are returned to the facility, an assessment will be scheduled at no cost to you.
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“I prayed so hard that God would help me find the best and most loving care for my mom, and He led me straight to you. He promised her all the love and grace she would need and she has received an abundance!”
– Donna West
“You are the best. Should I ever end up in a facility like Elizabeth Residence, I will be a lucky person if the administrator is only half as good as you are. Thanks for the aid you provided to my mother…”
“Thank you for all you did for my mother … during her last month of life. Our family deeply appreciated your acceptance of her into the Residence and all the compassionate care she received.”
– Sarah Davis & Family
“Elizabeth Residence has been the most amazing place for my Mom. She had the chance to expand her world with the opportunities there. The family felt that those three years were invaluable and we are so grateful to your entire staff. This is written with LOVE from us….Blessings Aways,”
– Penny & Family
“I am beyond grateful and beyond thankful for the care you gave to mother. So often I praised God for every single one of you – you took so much from my shoulders and I know your jobs are difficult because I shared what you do….
Love to you all”…….
– Kathy and Dave