From the Provider
Monarch Landing offers maintenance-free retirement living on a scenic 80-acre campus in Naperville, Illinois – named “one of America’s best places to live and retire” by Modern Maturity magazine. The 400 residents who have settled into this vibrant Chicagoland community value their independence and take full advantage of their freedom to enjoy it. They’ve branched out to take part in more than 70 clubs, committees and affinity groups, which offer a full range of activities on-site as well as off-campus. The monthly calendar of events is chock full of events and outings that appeal to nearly every area of interest. From fitness center to swimming pool, from cultural exposure to shopping excursions, from bible study to wood shop, the opportunities for stimulation and socializing at Monarch Landing are limitless.
Active seniors exploring the Chicago area’s independent living options find that Monarch Landing is among the most flexible when it comes to pricing. The Admission Payment is 90% refundable according to the terms of the Residency & Care Agreement. A fixed Monthly Service Package, which varies according to the size of the apartment home a resident occupies, covers virtually everything and allows for monthly expenditures that are predictable and controllable.
There are 18 different one- and two-bedroom apartment floor plans to choose from, and the Monarch Landing Design Center offers free interior design consultation services and a whole host of decorating options, so that each apartment reflects the individual taste and personality of its occupant. Some apartments feature patios or terraces, and many offer views of the beautiful park-like campus.
Mealtime at Monarch Landing is a daily social highlight. Thirty meals per month are included in the Monthly Service Package, and are served in a choice of two friendly dining venues. The main restaurant features nightly menu variations and full table service presented by an experienced wait staff. The cheery café offers a more casual menu of light fare, specials and short-order dishes. Both emphasize highly nutritional ingredients with an emphasis on heart-healthy and sweet-smart selections.
Monarch Landing residents can enjoy peace of mind knowing that any future healthcare needs that may arise will be attended to. All have access to high quality, comprehensive health care right on the premises staffed by a full time physician and nurses who are ably supported by administrative personnel.
To make the transition from family home to senior living community easier to manage, a professional Move-In Consultant is ready to help. She has a direct pipeline to qualified real estate agents, professional home “stagers,” and can help with the logistics of downsizing, packing and moving.
Monarch Landing is owned by Senior Care Development, LLC and its affiliates. SCD has specialized in successfully developing the full spectrum of senior living facilities since 1988 with an emphasis on continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). The community is managed by Life Care Services, LLC. Founded in 1971, LCS is the nation’s leading manager of high quality senior living communities, and now serves 23,000 residents in more than 100 communities in 23 states.
Monarch Landing - Housing Types
1 bedroom apartments, 2 Bedroom apartments, 3 bedroom apartments
Monarch Landing- Rooms
Furnished, Utilites included, Wheel Chair Accessible, Full Kitchen
Monarch Landing - Community Features
TV Room, Beauty Parlor, Guest Rooms, Computer Room, Parking, Swimming Pool, Billiards, Fitness Center, Hobby Area/Workshop, Greenhouse/Garden, Guest speakers, Travel
Monarch Landing - Dining
Low Salt, Low Fat, Low Sugar, Vegetarian
Reviews of Monarch Landing
Average Rating: based on 1 Review
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Monarch Landing was pretty well run. My grandfather was certainly very vibrant mentally, but he required physical living assistance that we could not provide. Monarch landing was clean and pretty independent, but often the service providers underestimated his ability to perform certain tasks, or they doubted his mental abilities. They were very kind and patient, however, especially to patients who needed greater care. The rooms were big and offered many amenities, and there were exercise and other fun activities so that residents did not get bored and had something to look forward to. The workers maintained a very upbeat attitude and I truly believe that the residents were inspired by their example. Many of the residents themselves created friendships with others, and they would dine together or otherwise create their schedules to match each others'. Although we felt guilty about putting my grandfather in a home, Monarch Landing made the decision much easier for us because of their kindness, and their proximity to our town was great.