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There are 3 assisted living facilities in Joliet, IL and 30 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Joliet, IL is $4,650 per month.
Adjacent to Rock Run County Forest Preserve and minutes from Provena St. Joseph Medical Center, Brookdale Joliet I offers personalized assisted living care in a quiet setting.
The median cost of assisted living in Joliet for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,650/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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My mom is at Brookdale (Brookdale Joliet) right now. I’m in Florida, so my siblings chose it, and I’m a little disappointed as far as her not having enough things to do. I feel like she is not involved enough and the people don’t really get involved, and that’s very bothersome to me. She’s there to socialize, and I don...Read more Brookdale Joliet I reviews
We liked that Brookdale is closer to us and smaller. It was very nice inside and less intimidating for my father-in-law when he moved in there because it was smaller. He’s having a nice experience there. They offer a flexible care package. You can purchase care packages if you need more care, and you can pay for less i...Read more Brookdale Joliet I reviews
Joliet is the fourth-largest and fastest growing city in Illinois with a population of about 150,000, and is located 40 miles southwest of Chicago. Residents enjoy the city’s family-friendly environment and thriving business community. It’s known as the “City of Excitement,” and for good reason. There is plenty to do and see year-round in this vibrant city, making assisted living in Joliet an attractive option for seniors.
Residents of assisted living in Joliet are serviced by the Will County Seniors Services Center, a non-profit that has been providing programs to the area’s families and residents since 1967. Its mission is to provide a lending hand for seniors, improve their health and quality of life, and help them avoid loneliness. The Center runs educational and fun events from Monday to Friday, such as Stretch & Tone, Tax Preparation, Woodcarving, Painting, and Yoga.
There are also plenty of organizations tailored to specific senior needs. For example, the Pace Dial-A-Ride provides transportation services to pre-arranged destinations. The regional Alzheimer’s Association provides care and support to those with the disease. And the Christian Angel Network helps seniors with day-to-day activities they may struggle with.
Assisted living in Joliet is enhanced by the city’s array of entertainment options. Joliet features two casinos: Hollywood Casino near the riverfront and Harrah’s hotel and casino downtown, both of which are popular destinations for seniors to enjoy a night out. Downtown Joliet is also home to the Joliet Public Library and many businesses and restaurants. The centerpiece of cultural activity in the city can be found at the Rialto Square Theatre, which is considered the “Jewel of Joliet,” as it’s one of the world’s most beautiful theatres and home to spectacular performing arts.
There are plenty of outdoor activities for seniors to enjoy, as well. The city features four full golf courses, two miniature golf courses, and plenty of hiking trails. Pilcher Park, for instance, contains over 640 acres of land filled with abundant wildlife and historical Native American landmarks. The city of Joliet also sponsors many festivals and parades throughout the year, including Concerts on the Hill, Thanksgiving Day Parade, and Family Movie Night.
If you’re considering assisted living in Joliet, you can rest assured knowing the city offers quality medical care. The primary hospital in Joliet is the Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center, which specializes in comprehensive neurology, cardiac, and joint replacement services thanks to its partnership with the University of Illinois at Chicago. It was recently named to the prestigious list of “Top Hospitals” by Chicago Magazine, and is part of the largest Catholic health system in the state. The 480-bed center offers a new 8-storey patient tower with private patient rooms, dedicated staff, and expanded critical care units.
There are also a number of small walk-in clinics, such as the Will Grundy Medical Clinic, which provides free health care and dental services to those without insurance or medical care entitlements.
Joliet is a growing retirement community, making it an attractive destination for your senior loved ones. For more information on senior living in Joliet, see our options for Joliet assisted living.
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