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Three Opportunities To Connect With Our Residents This Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is one of our favorite and busiest holidays here at Shorehaven. With the special day coming up this Sunday – and with the Safer at Home order still in place – we want to share with you a few opportunities for you to share a smile with your loved one this weekend: If you have… Read more »

Our Latest Video: Hope is Here at Shorehaven

Kevin Pehler, owner and partner at Oconomowoc-based production company 3Barn, approached us recently with an idea: What would you think of getting a drone shot of Shorehaven residents holding up signs on our skywalk to share with their family members and our community? The idea took flight, and, as we discussed the message, one theme,… Read more »

Three Supplements to Help Maintain a Healthy Immune System

By Melissa Burchardt, RD, CD, Clinical Dietitian at Shorehaven I’m sure it comes as no surprise to you that now, more than ever, it’s essential to keep your immune system healthy to function at its max capacity. I am a firm believer in letting food be thy medicine. God has provided for our bodies health… Read more »

Independent Living Residents Are “Sew” Crafty

“We put us to work.” “There was a need, and we’ve got people who can sew. We can do this,” Lake Terrace resident Connie Bader announced as she and three other Lake Terrace residents rallied this week to sew cloth masks for other residents. “We can do something useful.” Bader posted signup forms in the… Read more »

Hearts for Harriette’s 100th

It was more than coincidence that connected birthday gal and Shorehaven resident Harriette R. to Stoughton first graders this month. And what better month to celebrate a 100th birthday than in February, the month of love. The challenge was on at Shorehaven – that Harriette would receive at least 100 cards for her 100th birthday… Read more »

Right at home with Lake Terrace Ambassadors

At Shorehaven, we strive to offer programs and services that enhance your quality of life and keep you plugged-in to all we have to offer. We also understand that moving to a new community can be a considerable change for residents, and we want to help ensure new residents have a smooth transition to our… Read more »

Luly’s Story: Guided by God to Shorehaven

Luly doesn’t like surprises. Maybe that’s because she’s had a life full of them. Luly was adopted from the Tennessee Children’s Home Society, an unlicensed agency that, under the operation of Georgia Tann often kidnapped or illegally coerced mothers to terminate their parental rights so they could sell the babies on the black market. Although… Read more »

Betty’s Story: Guided by God to Shorehaven

Walking into Betty Stromseth’s apartment is like entering a museum.  Works of art collected from her travels around the world are on display for curiously minded visitors.  After all it was curiosity that prompted Betty to travel to Norway, Italy, Greece, Thailand, China, Cuba, Switzerland, Spain, England, New Zealand, Fiji, a total of about 28… Read more »