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There are 39 assisted living facilities in Chicago, IL and 30 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Chicago, IL is $4,650 per month.
Autumn Green at Wright Campus offers Chicago-area seniors the convenience of living in a bustling neighborhood while providing all the comforts of a home.
Located in vibrant Chicago, Autumn Green at Midway Village offers seniors a lifestyle of independent and assisted living in a friendly, amenity-filled community.
Brookdale Lake Shore Drive is an elegant Chicago community on Lake Shore Drive with first-class amenities, superlative care, and an exceptional lifestyle for active and assisted living seniors.
Brookdale Lake View, in exclusive residential Chicago, offers easy access to the best of the city, a sophisticated environment, and an exceptional active senior lifestyle.
Nestled on a quiet street near the shores of Lake Michigan, Victory Center of South Chicago is residential community that provides supportive living services for seniors.
The Selfhelp Home is an active and engaging not-for-profit retirement community designed to accommodate the needs of older Jewish adults throughout the Chicago area. At Selfhelp, you’ll receive the care you need from staff members who are committed to ensuring…
Residents of Bethesda's Long-Term Care program maintain their independence while benefiting from high-quality nursing care that is available when needed. These long-term care options offer the required assistance and supervision required for all activities of daily living. Long-term care at…
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Coles Supportive Living adheres to a special program for adults 65 and older who need assistance to maintain their independence. Our supportive living community in Chicago South Shore is designed to remove barriers that keep seniors from making the move…
Covenant Home of Chicago has served the needs of seniors in its northern Chicago neighborhood since 1886 and offers supportive living in studio and one-bedroom apartments.
Mercy Circle offers independent living with dining options, Assisted living with care services, a specialized memory care Program, and high quality rehabilitation and skilled nursing Care-all based on the unique needs and preferences of the Individual resident.
Smith Village. It's more than bricks and mortar. It's a community, one with a history of more than eight decades of dedicated care on the same site where its new campus now thrives. It's a community where active residents pursue…
With top-shelf care, flexible living options and a prime location in one of America's finest cities, it's no wonder so many seniors choose St. Joseph Village of Chicago as their home.
Friedman Place is a non-profit Supportive Living Community for blind and visually impaired adults in Chicago. Our building has been designed with the needs of the blind and visually impaired in mind. Each resident has a private studio or one-bedroom…
Imagine being able to live in a beautiful building, with a community of friends, where professional wait staff serve you three wonderful meals each day. At Barton Senior Residences of Chicago located in the exciting near west side of Chicago,…
Pioneer Gardens Affordable Supportive Living is what we call “A Miracle on 38th Street” located in the heart of the Bronzeville Community at 3800 South Martin Luther King Drive, Chicago. This 8-story building offers a community setting for mature adults…
The median cost of assisted living in Chicago for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,650/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Autumn Green at Midway Village||$2,785/month|
|Autumn Green at Wright Campus||$2,250/month|
|Bethesda Rehab & Senior Care||$4,712/month|
|Coles Supportive Living Senior Housing||$3,291/month|
|Colfax Manor Assisted Living||$3,800/month|
|Covenant Home of Chicago||$3,710/month|
|The Selfhelp Home||$3,480/month|
|Victory Centre of Galewood||$4,260/month|
|Victory Centre of Roseland||$3,340/month|
|Victory Centre of South Chicago||$3,460/month|
|Alden Gardens of Des Plaines||Des Plaines||$5,040/month|
|Belmont Village Glenview||Glenview||$5,315/month|
|Belmont Village Oak Park||Oak Park||$3,450/month|
|Bridgeway of Bensenville||Bensenville||$3,060/month|
|Eve Assisted Living||Hinsdale||$5,000/month|
|Glen Saint Andrew Living Community||Niles||$3,800/month|
|Golden Age Assisted Living||Hinsdale||$4,500/month|
|Heartis Village of Orland Park||Orland Park||$4,330/month|
|Lexington of Elmhurst||Elmhurst||$4,142/month|
|North Shore Place||Northbrook||$6,250/month|
|Oak Park Arms||Oak Park||$3,510/month|
|Park Place of Elmhurst||Elmhurst||$6,500/month|
|Peace Village||Palos Park||$4,700/month|
|Prairie Green at Fay’s Point||Blue Island||$3,300/month|
|The Carrington at Lincolnwood||Lincolnwood||$4,975/month|
|The Pointe at Kilpatrick||Crestwood||$3,875/month|
|The Sheridan at Park Ridge||Park Ridge||$4,900/month|
|Victory Centre of River Oaks||Calumet City||$3,460/month|
|Victory Centre of River Woods||Melrose Park||$3,280/month|
|Victory Centre of Sierra Ridge||Country Club Hills||$4,070/month|
|Waterford Estates Senior Living||Hazel Crest||$2,457/month|
This is an excellent independent or assisted living facility for seniors who prefer living close to the hustle and bustle of downtown. Located in Lakeview, only a block from the lake—with restaurants and activities of every kind nearby.The facility is exceptionally clean, and decorated in an elegant manner.Group o...Read more Brookdale Lake View reviews
Brookdale Lake View was very attractive. What made me decide not to move in was the cost. The facilities were marvelous. The staff was great, and the food was very good. I have a friend who moved in there. They had an area with athletic equipment that you could use. They had beautiful lounges and areas for parties if y...Read more Brookdale Lake View reviews
Smith Village is close to family and met our needs. My mother-in-law has dementia, and they have a floor for that specific treatment, and her husband who's elderly but mentally fit is in independent living at the same location, so they didn't have to separate them too much. They're friendly, knowledgeable, and seem to ...Read more Smith Village reviews
When searching for a facility for a friend the staff was very friendly and very helpful. Got the feeling they did want what was best for our friend and also for all the residents. The facility if very well maintained and has a lot of sitting areas for socialization and comfort. Our friend just moved in last week and...Read more Brookdale Lake Shore Drive reviews
This independent and assisted living facility does not fit in most senior’s budget, but if it is something that you and your family can afford—the quality of care is exceptional.The apartments are spacious, and even if an apartment does not face the lake—there are plenty of areas throughout the building to enjoy the ...Read more Brookdale Lake Shore Drive reviews
Brookdale Lake Shore Drive looked lovely and very beautiful. There was absolutely no problem with it at all. Everything looked good. However, I discovered that some of the information was not totally accurate. When I got a follow-up call, we were able to clarify some things with them.Read more Brookdale Lake Shore Drive reviews
The Windy City has always been unstoppable. Only 22 years after being destroyed by the Great Fire, Chicago recovered enough to host The Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. When pollution from the Chicago River threatened vital Lake Michigan in 1900, citizens simply reversed the river’s flow and sent everything to the Mississippi.
Today’s residents of assisted living in Chicago enjoy a unique mixture of urbanization and nature in a city that contains both the impressive 1,450-foot Sears Tower and 7,300 acres of parkland. Chicago’s motto, “Urbs in Horto,” translates from Latin to “City in a Garden.” Chicago is the most populous city in the Midwest and home to nearly 300,000 seniors.
Residents of assisted living in Chicago will get a breathtaking view of their city from The Ledge, which protrudes from the Sears Tower Skydeck. With feet back on the ground, there is no end to the cultural and entertainment offerings of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Center, the downtown theater district and scores of city museums.
Chicago is known as a sports fan’s paradise, supporting such well-known teams as the Chicago Bears and Chicago Cubs. Seniors who excel at the hands-on sport of consumerism will love shopping the Magnificent Mile and Southport Corridor.
Assisted living in Chicago is enhanced by the easy availability of education, activities and events geared for the city’s elderly population. Along with programs funded by the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services, the city is home to six regional senior centers and 24 satellite centers.
Local seniors can take advantage of the extensive Chicago Fitness Plus Regional Center Fitness Programming classes, which are designed specifically to maintain physical wellness within the older population.
The University of Chicago Medical Center is a nationally recognized academic hospital for training and research. Serving Chicago residents since 1927, the hospital is well known for excellence in treating respiratory disease, cancer, heart conditions and geriatrics.
Another valuable healthcare option for residents of assisted living in Chicagois the Rush University Medical Center, where seniors are invited to sign up for a free membership to the Rush Generations Program for Health and Aging, which offers numerous health and wellness programs and events.
Chicago’s Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) is made up of the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) bus and rail system, Metra commuter rail, and Pace suburban bus service. Eligible residents of assisted living in Chicago may utilize this transportation for free, while other seniors pay only half fare.
ADA Paratransit services are available for seniors who are unable to ride the fixed-route systems and require door-to-door transportation. The Metra Commuter Rail operates P-8, a free shuttle service to transfer riders to the nearest ADA accessible station.
As the largest city in Illinois and the third-largest city in the United States, Chicago has one of the highest costs of living in the Midwest. The median fee for a private, one-bedroom apartment in a Chicago assisted living community is $4,200 per month or $50,400 per year.* However, the cost of assisted living in Chicago can range from as low as $2,020 per month to as high as $7,563 due to variations in size, location and services offered at different facilities.
Chicago is an innovative city which leads the country in enhancing public safety and ensuring accessibility for all. To learn more about local senior housing options, visit our Chicago Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Josh Talbot.
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