Stanley, WI - Assisted Living and Senior Apartments

Independent, Assisted Living Apartments
and Memory Care

The Homeplace of Stanley offers independent and assisted living apartments to seniors 55 years old and older. Our apartments allow residents to maintain their independence while having assistance available if needed.

Our memory care provides the opportunity for all stages of dementia and accommodates the frail elderly. In our small setting we have common living spaces that provide a warm surrounding that helps residents maintain as much of their natural routine as possible.

The Homeplace of Stanley was the second Homeplace developed in Northwestern Wisconsin. The main level features the popular Alberta May’s restaurant, which offers public dining and banquet rooms. These rooms are available for family meals, anniversaries and other special occasions.

It is very common that our tenants and the Homeplace team often know each other from living and working in the community. Stanley is a close knit community with several nice churches, retail stores, parks, a museum, library and medical services.

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On behalf of the entire Josephine Zais (Josie) and the Zais…

On behalf of the entire Josephine Zais (Josie) and the Zais family, I want to thank the entire staff for the excellent care mom recieved during her 3 years at your facility. It appeared to us that mom was aways treated as if she was the staff's mother and each staff member provided the care they felt their mom would want and need. Mom was always treated with comfort, kindness and respect. We were foutunate in that mom accepted the move to the HOMEPLACE and this was primarily because of the staff's caring and always professional attitude. I would highly recommend the HOMEPLACE for any individual who has reached a point of needing assisted living or even their new accommodation with various levels of service available. The other recommendation is to remain involved with your relative and the staff. The staff was always willing to discuss mom's health and provide whatever services deemed necessary. Thanks to all at The HOMEPLACE. Mom's 3+ years were great and her familyhad a great deal of comfort knowing she was being taken care of as she was. Don Zais Don Zais