From Barton Senior Residences of Zion
You have spent a lifetime helping others and now it's time to do something special just for you. Barton Senior Residences of Zion gives you the time and opportunity to start enjoying senior living. Located on over 3 1/2 acres near Illinois Beach State Rush Barton Exterior Drawing Park, one of the most popular state parks in Illinois, Barton Senior Residences offers a secure, affordable apartment with unsurpassed services and amenities.
For those 65 years of age or better, you can enjoy a lifestyle of active independence. Each apartment offers a kitchenette, emergency pull cords, wall-to-wall carpeting and individually controlled heat and air conditioning. Best of all, your meals are prepared for you with waiter service and a variety of choices. All of this and a 24 hour staffed building offering residents and their families peace of mind.
With specialized staff, including Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants and Social Workers, Barton Senior Residences of Zion offers seniors the comfort and security of a community setting while encouraging the senior to maintain their independence. Even if your funds are depleted, you can continue to live a quality, independent lifestyle at Barton Senior Residences of Zion. This option is available to those 65 or better who are eligible for Medicaid.
Barton Senior Residences of Zion is an approved Supportive Living Facility by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services.
Reviews of Barton Senior Residences of Zion
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I am a friend or relative of a resident
My mother wanted initially to be in Barton Senior Residences mainly because it was affordable. She moved in first week of September. She liked this facility then, but now that she has been there for awhile, she's not really happy with it. They're supposed to be doing everything for her. It turns out that they aren't able to keep up with their end of the deal. They are not taking care of my mother. Like she's got oozing on her legs because she has diabetes and they failed to help her with that. When she was by herself, she couldn't get them wrapped and so she was oozing all over the floor. It was a big mess. They told her that they would take care of her because they have an MD on site. Instead, they don't keep an eye on her, they left her legs unwrapped, etc. My mother didn't have dinner for two days because they weren't helping her go down to have her dinner. It is just a horrible place.