Everyone Deserves a Great Life
A caring atmosphere. An active community. A comfortable, secure lifestyle. A place to call home – that’s what you’ll find at Arbor View – our assisted living and memory care community in Burlington, WI. There are so many opportunities to live life your way, whether you’re enjoying a meal with friends, taking a walk at a nearby park or simply relaxing with a good book. Every day is a chance to be inspired, to be uplifted and to say “WOW” to all that life has to offer at Arbor View.
34201 Arbor Lane • Burlington, Wisconsin 53105 • 262-558-5135
Specialized Programs for the Mind & Body
Meridian Senior Living specializes in giving older adults unique opportunities for optimal well-being. Designed for health, wellness and life-enrichment, our programs reinvent traditional ideas about senior living and provide daily possibilities for engagement and growth. With the intent of helping seniors enjoy all the benefits of physical, mental and emotional health, Meridian Senior Living breathes new life into the concept of living well.
Arbor View Ambassadors
Ralph Tenhagen currently resides at Arbor View. He was born and raised in Burlington, WI. Ralph came from a large family consisting of 9 brothers and 2 sisters. Ralph served in the Infantry in the Philippines and received a combat infantry badge and 3 battle stars while there. Ralph enjoys Lawrence Welk and later country music as well as eating anything sweet! His favorite activity to do at Arbor View is Bingo. Some advice for the younger generation would be to “just live life”.
Ralph Tenhagen, Resident
Barb is a volunteer at Arbor View and she does a library session each month. She loves to read, cross stitch, crochet, knit, go on walks and spend time with her grandchildren. She loves coming to Arbor View and talking with the residents and sharing stories with them. Some advice for the younger generation would be to “slow down. Don’t be in a hurry. Enjoy your surroundings.” When asked what advice Barb has for people touring our community, she advised to “look at the atmosphere. Are the staff and residents interacting and are they happy? Check out the space of the rooms and if it is something that would work for your loved one”.