FAQ about Independent Living at VMP Manor Park

Many people have questions about our independent living, and this information should answer your questions. 


Frequently Asked Questions about Independent Living at VMP Manor Park.

Do we accept pets?

   No, but they can visit on a leash.

Do you have clinical staff on-site? 

   Yes, we have a wellness nurse three days a week and a social worker two days per week as a resource.

Does someone check on residents to make sure they are OK?  

   Yes, we have a check-in service every morning.

Do we have an entrance fee? 

   No, we offer month to month rental.

Do you include utilities? 

   Yes, rent includes all utilities except phone.

What about parking?

   Yes, we have underground, heated parking at an additional cost.

Do you have activities?

   Yes, we have regular activities through our on-site Senior Community Club.  To see a full list of activities, you can download our quarterly newsletter at VMPcares.com on the Events page.

Does staff help residents with a bath or getting dressed?

   Residents can request an outside homecare agency to come in and assist with those services.

Do you have housekeeping and laundry services? 

   Yes we do.  We have free laundry access at each wing but not in every apartment, and housekeeping can be provided by staff at a nominal charge.

Are meals included?

Yes, residents get 10 free meals per month with their rent.  They can also purchase meals in our dining room or bistro.

Do you offer transportation?

   Yes, free transportation is provided to the grocery store, mall and Walgreens.  Other transportation can be provided at a nominal cost.

Are the apartments wheelchair accessible?

   No, apartments are not wheelchair accessible, but much of the building can be accessed via wheelchair. 


For more information, see VMPcares.com.


Meet & Greet with John McGivern

Please join us for a fun-filled evening when Emmy Award Winning Actor JOHN MCGIVERN stars in “The Wonder Bread Years” at Potawatomi’s Northern Lights Theater on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m.

VMP is looking to build a big crowd for the show finale.  VMP is proud to support John, who has been advocating the VMP active seniors mantra for more than a year. Perhaps you’ve heard John’s ads on WTMJ Radio 620 during Milwaukee Brewers and Bucks games. 

Best seats in the house tickets are $35. For Tickets AND an invitation to an exclusive after show Cast Party with John McGivern we are asking for $75(Group rates for tickets and the Curtain Call Reception for 10 or more individuals are $65 each.)

All ticket packages include $10 in Rewards Play from Potawatomi. Proceeds benefit VMP Foundation to support active senior lifestyles. This is John’s second performance at the Northern Lights Theater.  It’s also the second go-around with the VMP crowd that believes You’re Never Too Old to Play.

We hope you can join us for some laughs and we hope there are more shows like The Wonder Bread Years in the future.

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