Partners – Elderly

In their junior year, all MIAD students complete a four credit Social Science course (HS380), which includes 35 hours of service in the Milwaukee metro area. Below is a list of over 200 organizations committed to strengthening the community, utilizing both grassroots and well-established means. MIAD students and alumni have worked with all of these organizations to better understand the issues that they deal with and to give of their time and energy.

Learn more about the work of these organizations and how you can volunteer your time – visit one of our community partners listed below. Names in violet identify partners who have been honored by MIAD for the work that they do.

Search by Category All | Animal Care | Community Arts Programs | Elderly | Emergency Lodging | Environmental Programs | Health / Wellness | Homelessness | Literacy / Public Resources | Meal Programs and Co-ops | Medical / Special Needs | Multifaceted Programs | Schools / Child Emphasized Programs

Abundant Life Manor:                                                                                                                                 A 42-bed community based residential facility (CBRF) for older adults with behavioral health challenges, including chronic mental illness, chronic alcohol and/or drug dependency, or cognitive impairments.                                                                                                                                      Contact: http://www.alm-milw.org

Jewish Home and Care Center:
To provide our Jewish Community with those services that enable our seniors or infirm to be a part of a quality Jewish environment with comfort, meaning, independence and dignity.
Contact: http://www.jewishseniorliving.org/

Memories in the Making:                                                                                                                           The Alzheimer’s Association Memories in the Making® program offers creative art expression for individuals with early to the middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Even after people with dementia have lost the ability to use words, they are able to paint their thoughts, emotions and memories in a manner that is expressive and beautiful. Art becomes their voice.             Contact: http://www.alz.org/sewi/in_my_community_20372.asp

Milwaukee Catholic Home:
In an environment of Christian love and service, Milwaukee Catholic Home is a continuing care retirement community that provides older adults with an array of residential, healthcare, and spiritual services, respecting dignity, independence and individuality.
Contact: http://www.milwaukeecatholichome.org