Our Four Pillars

Our care has deep roots.

  • Physical Fitness

    Staying fit is critical to longevity and quality of life. That’s why at our senior living communities in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and Illinois are always coming up with new and fun ways to get bodies moving.

  • Brain Fitness

    Our residents engage in daily exercises to unleash the power of the brain and exercise memory to fight age-related memory issues.

  • Social/Spiritual

    A healthy social life is vital for mental and physical health. We spare no effort in keeping residents engaged on a social and spiritual level, daily.

  • Dining/Nutrition

    Dining is a social experience—with emphasis on “experience.” Like a favorite restaurant, residents are surrounded with an ambiance as fresh and tasteful as our recipes.

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Next Generation Thinking in Senior Care

We’re raising the bar. Re-defining successful aging for a new generation of seniors. A generation that expects more. More spacious apartments and a little more foam on their latte…in short, it’s a generation that demands a whole new perspective on senior living communities in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and Illinois.

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Our Residents' Stories

Betty’s Story

Betty was born in 1920 weighing less than two pounds, Betty was a fighter from the beginning. Kept warm—along with her twin sister—on the old coal stove in her parent’s farmhouse in Foley, MN, Betty grew up feeding chickens, milking cows and working with her father in the fields…

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Michael’s Story

Michael moved into New Perspective Silvis on February 1, 2009. Among the items he brought in the move were 50 gladiola blooms. When spring came, Michael inquired if there was some place on the grounds that had room for them…

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Arnie and Richard’s Story

Arnie and Richard have found a wonderful friendship at New Perspective Mankato. You can either find them sitting in the lobby greeting everyone who walks in with a warm smile and nice conversation or on their daily walks together…

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Bernice and Fred’s Story

Not long after Bernice moved to New Perspective, she met Fred Rogers. They soon became a “couple” and share many adventures together, visiting friends and family. Last winter, they even traveled to Aruba together…

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Bernice’s Story

Bernice moved from South Dakota to New Perspective | Waconia in September 2013. If there is a club to join, she’s there. If there’s music, she’s gathering a group to go. But what is most important to Bernice is starting her day with the computer memory system…

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Arlene’s Story

Before New Perspective, Arlene lived in a nice home, but she missed the company of others. She has been deeply impressed with New Perspective Senior Living. Arlene says, “The people here are so friendly and kind, the food is wonderful. It’s just like being home – except better!”

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Irene’s Story

Irene has fallen in love with the supportive community at New Perspective. She swims three times a week and attends church services. Her favorite community activities are Women’s Breakfast and Walking Club, anything that keeps her active and moving…

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John’s Story

Following the death of a close friend, John became a hospice volunteer for 10 years, which inspired him to return to school. John graduated from UW Milwaukee with a Bachelor’s in Nursing at age 60. John is inspired each day to “choose today, live tomorrow.”

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