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Organizations that support older adults with cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia.


Belmont Village Senior Living

assisted living services Belmont Village Senior Living

Belmont Village Senior Living is unique not just for the residents who live there, but for the wide spectrum of care we provide, from assisted living to a range of memory care options. Our building is licensed throughout to our highest level of care, which means couples with different care needs can continue to stay together. And as your needs change, we can change with you, offering the right level of care for where you are right now. Our experienced management team and specially trained staff are here to provide just the right balance of senior care and support to suite any lifestyle. Explore our 5 Chicagoland senior living communities and discover the abundance of amenities, including elegantly designed common areas for gatherings and a full daily calendar of enriching activities to foster health, wellness and social engagement. Locations in Lincoln Park, Oak Park, Glenview, Carol Stream and Buffalo Grove.

www.belmontvillage.com


Revere Court Memory Care, South Barrington & Crystal Lake

assisted living services Revere Court Memory Care, South Barrington & Crystal Lake
Revere Court of Crystal Lake and South Barrington are dedicated memory care communities focusing on providing person-centered care and services to older adults living with dementia located in Crystal Lake and South Barrington, Illinois. Both communities are an hour northwest of the Chicago metropolitan area. A trained, memory care staff is on staff 24-hours per day to care for resident's physical and cognitive needs.

815-459-7800
rccl.dcr@chancellorhealthcare.com
https://www.reverecourtcrystallake.com/


Cottages of Fox Lake, The

Feel the Difference.
The Cottages of Fox Lake is a small, intimate cottage community where residents and staff are like friends and family. In our inspiring Assisted Living and Memory Care community, an experienced, long-tenured team cares for residents like family. Vibrant life-enrichment programs offer residents daily opportunities to live a fulfilling, connected life. There is a feeling of comfort and familiarity the moment you walk through the doors.


Silverado Senior Living St. Charles

Silverado St. Charles Memory Care Community is here to fulfill the care needs of those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory-impairing conditions in St. Charles and surrounding communities, including Evanston, Schaumburg, Aurora, Chicago, Janesville, Rockford and Milwaukee.
The single-story community features indoor space specifically designed to meet the unique needs of the memory impaired, as well as outside space purposefully built to give residents the freedom to enjoy the outdoors. The overall design serves to bring the Silverado experience to residents and their families, providing the individuals we serve with dignity, respect and the best quality of life possible.
Located just two miles from downtown St. Charles, in the heart of the Fox River Valley, across the street from Pheasant Run Resort, behind Culver's and next to the Hilton Garden Inn.
~ Programs Unique to Silverado ~
Nexus, an internationally recognized, research-based program for early stage residents combining science and social engagement
Staff specially trained in the challenges of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Lewy body and other types of dementia
Dementia Care Certification program for caregivers that requires 40 hours of classroom and hands-on training
Physician medical director, masters level social worker and 24-hour licensed nurses
Three neighborhoods providing different levels of care appropriate to the needs of residents at different stages of their disease
Nexus, for early-stage residents at higher cognitive levels who are more independent
Sensory for residents in later stages of the disease who may have lost the ability to communicate verbally and require a high degree of assistance with activities of daily living
Enrichment, for residents in the transitory stages between Nexus and Sensory


Sunrise of Highland Park OU63153

Sunrise of Highland Park, we are fully ingrained in the local North Shore community. Our residents embrace active lifestyles that nurture both body and mind, enjoying regular outings to the Chicago Botanic Garden, Ravinia, the beaches of Lake Michigan, and, of course, downtown Highland Park.
 
Within our community, there is a distinct feeling of home. Our comfortable building features lovely landscaping, renovated rooms, and plenty of natural light from skylights and large windows. The Sunrise dining program is a highlight, featuring scratch-made meals such as braised beef brisket, a community favorite. Our activity program includes trivia nights, a walking and flower arranging club, scrabble tournaments, meditation and so much more. Many of our residents here at Sunrise of Highland Park are retired professional artists, and enjoy the variety of art-focused activities, such as Meet Me at MOMA.
 
Most importantly, our residents receive 24/7 care from a highly trained team. We offer our residents the opportunity to age in place by offering personalized care that is customized for each person’s needs and preferences. Our tenured management describes the Sunrise of Highland Park caregiving team as people who “truly love their jobs and have a passion for caring for every person within our community.”

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