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What would your best day be? It’s a simple question that we ask our residents at Azura Assisted Living and Memory Care, as part of our MOSAIC Dreams Therapy Program. MOSAIC Dreams by Azura seeks to make the dreams and special personalized moments of joy for our residents come true.

Elderly couple smiling in the sun

Thanks to our partnership with Second Wind Dreams, we have been able to take a resident golfing, something he had given up because of his disease diagnosis. Then we learned that a resident had always wanted to graduate from college, so we threw her a graduation party complete with cap, gown and an honorary diploma from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Another resident yearned to go back to the County Fair for a corn dog and a beer. We may have supplemented the latter for a teddy bear, but regardless it made him smile!

Every smile and every dream realized is part of the MOSAIC of love and support we try to weave at Azura for our residents and their families. Below are a few of our favorite dreams come true!

Don’s Elvis Dream

Ron from Oshkosh wanted none other than a visit from the king! Although we weren’t able to have the real Elvis in the building, our impersonator did a great job!

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Wilma’s Book Dream

Wilma is one of our lovely residents at Azura Memory Care and Assisted Living of Fox Point. On February 21st, Wilma’s birthday, she presented her published book to the children

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Jan’s Sailing Dream

At 82 years old, Jan Bliss, resident at Azura Memory Care of Eau Claire, only dreamed of hitting the water for an afternoon on the sailboat again. Azura’s MOSAIC Dreams

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Jerry’s Race Car Dream

At 80 years old, Jerry Apple, resident at Azura Memory Care of Oak Creek, only dreamed of driving a race car once again. Azura’s MOSAIC Dreams Program, which aims to

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