Senior Lifestyle Corporation
has 171 featured Senior Living communities. Please browse the listings below to find the right location for you.
Setting ourselves apart with a focus on detail and hospitality in every aspect of our business, Senior Lifestyle Corporation has been helping seniors enjoy healthier, more fulfilling lives since 1985. Each Senior Lifestyle community is home to a unique group of seniors, and we tailor every aspect of our homes, from dining and hospitality to programming and care, to meet their individual needs. We are constantly innovating new lifestyle choices to meet the rising expectations of our current and future residents as well as their families.
Senior Lifestyle Corporation Communities
Click on a state below to view the communities in your area.
Review by Sheryl, daughter and oldest of 7 children
Family or friend of a resident
Our parents recently moved from their home right there in Peachtree City to the Heritage of Peachtree. From the day they arrived, the entire staff has been incredible working diligently to make Dad and Mom feel ‘at home’ in this senior lifestyle community. My siblings and I are aware and extremely grateful for the friendly and capable staff who make sure “life is good and safe” for all the residents not just our parents. Dad is slowly understanding he is not alone and totally responsible for mom’s daily care which at times has been overwhelming. And we realize watchful eyes are looking out for Dad, as well. It is obvious the TEAM of tenured associates at Heritage of Peachtree care about what they do, day in and day out. Leading by example, Executive Director, Wanda Khayat and Director of Nursing Wellness, Debbie Greene demonstrate compassion and genuine interest in the well-being of the senior residents as well as their staff who are, after all, ‘responsible’ for our loved ones. I have said out-loud many times since my sister and I first met Wanda and several residents “yes, this is the perfect place where Mom and Dad should be to live out the remainder of their golden years!” With all but one of us children living all over the country, my siblings and I are confident in knowing our parents needs are being met.
My father has lived in an independent apartment at Remington House for almost 3 years. I chose this facility because of its excellent reputation. I have been very pleased and, most importantly, dad is very happy. His apartment is safe and very comfortable. The staff is professional and caring. He has lots of friends -old and new. The food is good. Housekeeping is excellent. He has everything he needs. Remington House is very convenient to shopping, doctors and the hospital. I have only praise for Remington House! I highly recommend it.
Evergreen Retirement Community is a luxurious community with a variety of amenities. This community offers apartments as well as cottages to support individual residents or residents with companions. Evergreen have several food accomodations as well as special diet as well as persoanl request. The dinning service is restaurant style with a variety accommodations. The activities are endless and include a fitness center, rehabilitation gym, heated pool, onsite gulf and more. Wellness services are available to support the residents and provide resources as needed. This community is beautiful and provide true retirement living.
Beginning with the first call from Julie we felt genuineness and sincerity with our needs and concerns. She is an exceptional lady. We came for tour and was impressed with the personnel. We spoke with the residents and listened to all of their comments. We watched and observed. We chose this community after researching several in different areas and states. The caregivers, medics, dining hall and front end personnel are very attentive to moms needs.( I don't have enough room to mention all of the names) I would rate this 4.8 star. I encountered 1 person that was unprofessional and the dining hall chairs were sticky. Mom says she likes everybody, the food and activities.
My mother has been a resident in Saunders House for about a year and a half. Three months of this time her medical issues caused her to be at a different facility, but her apartment was retained and the staff continued to connect with me and visit Mom to keep connection with her. Their effort to make appropriate transitions to and from Saunders House have been exceptional. During the months of residence she has been very happy with the people and place and called it HOME after only a few weeks in residence. I cannot adequately express the "beyond the call of duty" service for Mom and support of our family that the facility administrator, Damien; nurse, Deb and all of the other staff have provided through some very challenging situations. I recommend without reservation this facility for assisted living.
As soon as you enter this community you certainly notice its size. With many buildings on its beautifully landscaped campus it can be a little confusing to find your way around, but once you do, it size seems to shrink away to a smaller homelike feel. Geared more toward a senior who wants to have people their own age around and great activities and may need a little help here and there its perfect considering you can add services and no one else can tell, which is hugely important to a lot of seniors. Another building houses a nice memory care area, although rooms are good sized it does have a slight institutional feel to it, however the warmth of the staff helps. I have been to this area more than a couple times to find residents just left sitting around with out any activities to help keep them busy, and they seemed to be a little understaffed for a memory care unit, but it could have been a day with a sick call, or staff may be on their much needed break as well. Pricing is good and residents and families generally are in good spirits, which is maybe the best indicator around.
Chancellors Village has been a wonderful experience for my mother, who needs the services of an assisted living facility. From the director on down, all members of the staff and all employees have been cheerful, knowledgeable, helpful and prompt in their responses to requests for help and information. The facility is beautifully maintained, landscaped and provides the opportunity for outside exposure through balconies and patios. The food is excellent, and served in a restaurant-like atmosphere. The health care staff is very caring, patient and attentive. We are very satisfied with the care and the setting.
Our tour went great, the services that are offered would be good for our mom. We liked hearing about the longevity of the staff. The woman that toured us has been working there for at least 8 years. The only complaint I have is we hard a hard time finding a place to park. We drove around the parking lot a few times without any luck. We weren't going to stop but then we found a place to park down the road.
Presidential Place is an above average seniors living facility. It has beautiful landscaping around the building and seating to enjoy it. The building is modern, clean, well decorated and organized. The staff is professional and helpful. They share great resources and ideas to help with family changes. The rooms have plush carpeting, great closets and plenty of space to fit oversized furniture. The kitchenette have modern cabinetry and appropriate counter space. The bathrooms are equipped with handrails and clean showers. The meals are served resturant-style and are liked by the residents. Activities are held daily to promote a well balanced lifestyle.
My mother has lived at Garden Estates for four years and has been so happy with her community of friends! She loves being involved with lots of activities at GE: Bingo, Card games, Dominoes, resident outings, and Arts and Crafts. We no longer have to worry about mom being lonely and she enjoys 3 great meals each day! Tons of services are available for her: Church Services, Hair Salon, Exercise classes, Entertainment, Transportation to appointments, Group Outings, Home Health care, etc. The directors and staff are fantastic and I feel they truly care for their residents. Garden Estates has been a huge blessing to my mom and her family!!
Carriage Court of Grove City is a wonderful lively assisted living community. This community is structured and have a good quality of life. The staff are friendly and focused on positive change. They want to know feedback and what can they do to be the best. The care team is active and have a solid routine that leaves time for social enjoyment with the residents. The food is average but the food service is great and full of variety and accommodations. The activities director is excellent and include the staff when possible with activities and entertainment. The apartments are updated and able to fit basic furniture. Overall the prices are reasonable and the community is very resourceful.
This facility is very orderly and on top of things with the care for their residents. The building itself is always well manicured outside and clean inside. The residents are always neat and clean. I have never seen a dirty dining room or an individual's room. They make sure all bathrooms are clean and no dirty clothes lying around. The overall view of this facility is very good and thus the care is good.
Arcadia Assisted Living is a lovely, family-owned facility. It has high ceilings and plush carpeting. The building is maintained nicely and functional; however, it has a very dated feel. The railings, furniture and some of the cabinets could be updated. The staff is supportive and understanding. They strive to understand concerns from the family perspective and help the families understand the different conditions the seniors may be in. The rooms and bathrooms are small yet suitable with functional kitchenette. The meals are served resturant-style in a well lit dining room. The activities are stimulating and great for seniors to socialize and strengthen the mind and body.
Review by Ellen Poindexter, daughter of resident , Ginger Parks
Family or friend of a resident
5 Star all the way!! My only regret is that I did not move my mom from her previous assisted living to Heritage sooner. Dependable, caring from cooks to caregivers, lead nurse, Debbie to director, Wanda. Receptionist, maintenance staff, cleaning staff, med techs.....all get involved in their common goal which is "what's best for the resident".
I know this because I was there often. I saw care of all residents, not just my mom. I was there a lot, not because I had to be but I wanted to be. My mom had been living in another state. I talked family members to let her move to my community and live at Heritage. She was 93 and I was trying to make up for lost time with her. I am so glad she came to live for the brief time she had left in this world. It was a beautiful place to live. From the white table cloths to the caring touch of staff shown to all the patients, I am grateful.
The staff has been there for a very long time! It also has a very homey atmosphere.
I visited just the other day to see the rose bush planted in memory of my mom, Ginger Parks. It has grown to be a beautiful rose bush in the lovely garden there.
I could embellish more. Call me and I can go on and on with good things to share.
Seasons is a very large facility with plenty of open space. The floor plan is very open which means there's plenty of space to move around which is something I imagine is very good for residents with mobility issues. Seasons is grand facility, one that has spacious halls and nice features. Seasons has a packed activity schedule and specialized programs to promote the physical and mental health of residents. Seasons also has very friendly staff that always seems ready to help. Seasons is a great facility in many ways and offers very much to its residents.
Carriage Court of Kenwood is a great facility with many amenities that left me impressed. The facility has nice outdoor and indoor seating areas and recreational areas for residents. There’s a full calendar of activities hosted constantly. There doesn’t appear to be a dull moment at Carriage Court of Kenwood. The living quarters for the residents was very nice and felt updated. Some of the living quarters I visited seemed dim however this certainly isn’t an issue that can’t be fixed.
Evergreen Retirement Community is a one of a kind place. This facility has a nice library stocked full of good books. Though the library may not be very large, it still seems like a great place to spend time at. Besides the library, Evergreen Retirement Community also has relatively nice and scenic outdoor areas (there’s a fountain outside too though it wasn't on the day I was there). Evergreen Retirement Community is nicely furnished with charming pieces that make this facility feel luxurious rather than outdated. I would have loved to see more enthusiasm from the staff, but they still seemed like competent workers.
Barrington of Oakley is a modern facility with much to love. There’s great lighting throughout as the building has lots of large floor to ceiling windows and plenty of amenities. There are great recreational areas at Barrington of Oakley like a large media room with very cozy seats, fitness areas with good equipment and seating areas for residents to converse. The facility is very updated and has décor that compliments it greatly. Barrington of Oakley also has good dining options that are varied and relatively nice staff.
Royal Estates of Wichita Falls is a facility with activities galore. I was quite impressed with the number of activities offered at this facility. This facility also has specialized programs to promote brain health and to insure that residents are both happy and healthy. Another perk of this facility is its onside barber and beauty shop and its many recreational areas where residents can sit and have a good time. Royal Estates of Wichita Falls is a facility that does well in every category.
This is not in a safe area of Chicago. Crime is high, but the senior apartments are secure. If a senior is already accustomed to the west-side of Chicago, this facility may be an option. However, if a senior is used to living in a lower crime area of the city, this is not likely to be a good fit.
As far as the facility—the retirement community is designed for fully independent seniors on a budget. Yes, the apartments are small, the décor is fairly general, and there aren’t a lot of bells and whistles—but it is comfortable.
Close to public transportation, a nearby senior center, and many attractions.
First and foremost, Humboldt Park is a neighborhood that is slowly but surely undergoing gentrification. While the apartment building itself has far more security than the average apartment building in the neighborhood—the building is best suited for seniors who already know their way around Humboldt Park. In other words, they must understand that going just one or two blocks in the wrong direction is not always safe.
As far as the building itself, the apartments are small but well-laid out. There are many community areas and opportunities for socialization. There is an in-house gym, outdoor patio, resident parking, and pets are allowed. No hands-on care is provided, but there are weekly grocery shopping trips.
As with all Senior Suites senior apartment communities, this is an independent living building—designed for seniors on a budget.
This building features independent senior apartments, with small studio and 1 bedroom units. The prices are ideal for residents on a budget, but sometimes there is a waiting list to move in.
Although this is an independent living facility, there are quite a few common areas—and group activities. Transportation is minimal, but there are trips to the grocery store and local shopping areas. Residents can cook in their apartments, or enjoy the buildings locally sourced cuisine.
No personal care is provided, but the building is secure--and each unit has an emergency call system built in.
This facility is exceptional, and the price reflects this. In other words, it is not ideal for seniors on a budget.
Unlike many senior residents, there are a multitude of floor plans to choose from, and there are even 2 bed 2 bath apartments and 1 bedrooms apartments with a spacious dining room and den. The facility offers both independent and assisted living, and even the independent livening floor plans are quite spacious.
While assisted living is offered, it is designed for seniors who are still for the most part independent. For example, a senior who needs assistance with weekly housekeeping and laundry, assistance bathing, 3 meals each day, or med reminders. Once mobility begins to decline, a private caregiver is required—or a move to a more hands on facility.
The building has excellent amenities and actives.
For residents who no longer drive, the building is close to Pace, CTA, and Metra.