Village Glen of Geneva Crossing

Alzheimer's / Dementia Care

At Village Glen we are committed to providing quality care than enhances every resident’s life, respects their individuality, and encourages their independence. Beyond that, we assist our residents and their family through the journey of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

We host an Alzheimer’s support group, sponsored by the Southeastern Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Association, which meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm. The group is open to all adults free of charge. The support group serves as a valuable resource to both individuals who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and their family members and caregivers.

In addition to hosting the support group, we support the Alzheimer’s Association in raising awareness and much needed funds for research and services to the local area. 2010 was the 4th Annual Memory Walk with over 600 registered walkers and raised over $100,000 for services to the local area and research nationally. Mark your calendars for the 2011 Walk to End Alzheimer’s taking place on Saturday September 17th at Library Park in Lake Geneva. Learn more at

Alzheimer's / Dementia Care slideshow

Throughout the year, we also host discussion groups with some of the area’s experts in Alzheimer’s care including Dr. Diana Kerwin to help educate families and caregivers of recent developments and treatment options available.

We also have many special events with family members always welcome to keep our resident’s lives fulfilling and offer opportunities for family interaction and enjoyment. These events include summer picnics, barbeques, spaghetti dinners, and more.

But perhaps the most important thing we offer to families is peace of mind. They can rest assured that their loved one’s needs and safety are the highest priority of our dedicated staff – each and every day. Families find peace of mind knowing that we follow the highest level of ethical standards in conducting the care of our residents and that our staff consists of dedicated individuals who demonstrate genuine caring for Alzheimer’s residents through compassion, humor and kindness.