Azura Memory Care to hold groundbreaking Thursday in Oconomowoc

Freeman Staff

July 15, 2015

OCONOMOWOC —A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Thursday afternoon for a new memory care facility that will be built at 540 E. Forest Ave. called Azura Memory Care.

The ceremony will be held from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and will kick-off the construction of Azura’s 44-bed memory care facility which will feature private rooms, community bistro, sensory room, specialized spa and salon, outdoor courtyard and more all specifically designed to support those with memory loss in the community, according to the release.

“At Azura Memory Care, we believe in transforming the culture of care for those with memory loss in our community,” explained Amy Jo Powers, president of Azura Memory Care, in a statement. “Currently, thousands of people in Waukesha County are living with Alzheimer’s disease and this building will serve as a place for them to find high-quality care and support throughout the disease process.”

Azura Memory Care has 12 other locations in Wisconsin.

www.azuramemory.com