Milestone soars above and beyond the ordinary to cultivate beauty, joy, and meaning in our residents’ lives every day.
Community That Cares
Community Life at Milestone Senior Living Stoughton | Stoughton, Wisconsin
Living With Friends
We’ve crafted a lifestyle for seniors that engages mind, body, and spirit. We’ve built a community that brings everyone together. We embrace and honor each individual by learning their stories and bringing their dreams to life.
Share a laugh and a conversation over a delicious meal. Create memories with friends on a town trip to see the show, or during a class with your neighbors. Community life at Milestone is filled with special moments to be enjoyed together.
At Your Service
A cheerful greeting by name. A bright smile and a comforting pat on the back. Your coffee and newspaper, just the way you like it, at just the right time.
We call it rolling out the Red Carpet—it’s our attention to detail and personalized service that makes each resident and guest at Milestone feel valued and cared for. We aim to treat everyone who comes through our doors as though they are the most important person in the world.
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Dreams Come True
There’s no time like the present to try a new adventure, revisit memories, or bond with friends and family. Your dream may be big, or small. It may be riding a horse for the first time, attending a sporting event with grandkids, or revisiting a childhood home.
Your dreams are important to us because they are important to you. They are what make you unique.
Our signature Dare To Dream program recognizes the special hopes and aspirations of our residents–and then makes them a reality! We aim to make at least one resident’s dream come true each month in our community.
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Take Flight Each Day
Staying involved in meaningful activities every day keeps people happy and healthy. The Finest Living Years or FLY program is our personalized approach that encourages and inspires each resident to thrive.
We focus on our residents’ histories, accomplishments, lifestyles, hobbies, interests, and dreams–and use what we learn to craft a customized plan to keep each community member:
- Active in body and mind
- Engaged in the community
- As capable as possible
Stories From Our Community
Mary has had a passion for ponies all her life and she enjoys sharing stories about her childhood in Dodgeville, a small rural community west of Madison, WI. Mary had a birth defect involving her lower extremities, so she has always needed assistance devices to help her walk. She used to ride her pony, Polly, to school and back, as well as for fun whenever she could.
Mary’s daughter mentioned that Mary always admires and comments on the horses in the fields when they are out in the country, so for Mary’s Dare To Dream a very handsome horse named Boaz came to Milestone to visit her. Mary was elated!
Mary’s daughter was aware of the plan for the horse’s visit and was thrilled her Mom would be able to see and pet a horse again. Mary had a delightful time, along with the other Milestone residents and families who got to meet Boaz.
Tura Gruber loves to share her stories of the numerous events in her life. One of her loves was cake decorating. She made over a hundred wedding cakes and many other special occasion cakes, as well as teaching cake decorating through the technical college for several years. When our Life Enrichment Director, Gail DeYoung, approached Tura about the idea of teaching residents basic cake decorating techniques, for Cake Decorating Day for her Dare To Dream, she was excited. She immediately informed Gail of all the supplies needed and all the other details she felt were important to teach.
She stated that her “hands were not steady enough to demonstrate” but that she would love to assist. After the basic techniques were demonstrated each of the residents used their skills to decorate their own cupcakes. Tura was thrilled to share her photo album of the many cakes she has created over the years.
This afternoon, residents taking part in a program on the second floor were surprised to see a Police car pull into the parking lot. They could scarcely believe their eyes as they saw one of our residents, 90-year-old Georgie, being escorted to the police car by two officers!
They soon realized that one of the officers was Georgie’s grandson, and the police had come to take Georgie on her Dare to Dream outing–a ride in a real police cruiser with its lights and sirens on!
After riding through town, talking on the radio with Dispatch, and even passing by the county jail, the officers brought Georgie back home. Some of her fellow residents asked her if she had been “frisked,” and of course Georgie had to answer, “No!”
Active Living For Everyone
Are you an artist or craftsperson? A lifelong learner? A music lover? An exercise enthusiast? Or is a conversation over a game of Yahtzee your idea of an afternoon well spent? At Milestone you’ll find endless activities to enjoy your days to the fullest.
- Morning Exercises
Every Morning at 10:00 AM (Apartments)
- Walking Group
Every Afternoon at 3:15 PM (Apartments)
- Movie and Popcorn Matinee
Every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 PM (Apartments)
Monday through Saturday mornings at 10:20 AM (Apartments)
- Daily Devotions
Weekday Mornings at 9:00 AM (Suites)
- TV Church Service
Every Sunday at 10:00 AM (Suites)
Weekday Mornings at 9:15 AM (Suites)
- Western Nite
Wednesday evenings at 6:00 PM (Suites)
- Garden Group
Thursday Afternoons 1:15 PM (Suites)
- Movie and Popcorn
Friday evenings 6:00 PM (Suites)