Hartwell Place


5520 N. Paulina St , Chicago, IL 60640

(855) 840-7257

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Costs for Hartwell Place

Memory Care Starting Cost per Month:

$ 4,140

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Hartwell Place

Property Info

State License #: 5100653

Private Units

Parking Provided

Beauty/Barber Shop


Outside Patio/Gardens

Computer/Internet Access

Pet Policy: ["Small pets allowed"]


Help with Activities of Daily Living

Transportation to Appointments

Other Transportation Provided

Guest Apartment

Private Laundry

Room Service


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Description of Hartwell Place

Hartwell House Assisted Living ….an elegant home for older adults who wish to maintain independence in comfortable suites with personalized assistance.

Residents enjoy the comfort and privacy of their own suites while knowing that assistance is available from our staff 24 hours a day. Three home-cooked meals per day are served in our beautiful dining room. Laundry and housekeeping services are also available and regular entertainment and activities offer opportunities for fellowship.

You’ll delight in the many comforts and conveniences of home without all the responsibilities. Included in the Monthly rental fee are the following:

  • Activity based direct care staff
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Bed/bedroom linens and laundering
  • Three nutritious meals per day with meal selections
  • Personalized assistance if needed
  • Visiting Licensed Nurse
  • All utilities including local phone and cable
  • Scheduled activities, trips to museums, malls, daily walks, outings and parties
  • No entry or endowment fees

Through our activity-based programming we focus on stimulating mental, social and physical engagement. Every day there are at least two structured activities offered per hour to accommodate individual interests and abilities.

Upon admission, a Life Story Assessment is completed for each resident. This includes basic facts about the person’s life, their interests and hobbies, their career or leisure experiences, as well as their favorite foods, movies, etc. This tool allows us to build the content of our activity programming around the specific interests of each resident. Despite the decline in cognitive function, certain activities that were once favored may still trigger interest and incite participation. We put an emphasis on community engagement, as well – daily walks in the neighborhood and frequent outings to museums, entertainment, special events, shopping and dining are just a few of the opportunities we offer.