8 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in DuPage County, IL


Brookdale Lisle

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1700 Robin Lane, Lisle, IL 60532
"Brookdale has a beautiful setting. My mom is not going to be walking to the local restaurants. It was nice to look out and see a lot of pine trees. They have a pool and the buildings have several..." More


The Lakes at Waterford

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1821 Audra Circle, Aurora, IL 60504
"We like our visit at The Lakes at Waterford as they have very friendly people. The place is also very nice. This facility is our second choice when we are ready to move to one. The rooms were very..." More


Provides: Continuing Care Communities
200 Wyndemere Circle, Wheaton, IL 60187
"My mom has lived here for several years and the environment and care are exceptionally good. The leadership works with each family to ensure that all individuals are in the best living situation..." More

Oak Trace

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
200 Village Drive,, Downers Grove, IL 60516
"I visited a resident at the independent-living apartments at Oak Trace, but when I went back for the actual tour, I was visiting the catered-living side or the assisted-living side. I was very..." More

King-Bruwaert House

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
6101 South County Line Rd., Burr Ridge, IL 60527
"My mother is already at King Bruwaert House, and the service is very good. The food is 5 stars. It’s very far from me though, and that’s my only objection. " More

Windsor Park Manor

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
124 Windsor Park Dr., Carol Stream, IL 60188
"My aunt is at Windsor Park Manor. They provide all levels of care, and you need to buy-in to be able to live in the place. For my aunt, the place is very good. The apartments are beautiful, but you..." More

Clare Oaks

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
825 Carillon Drive, Bartlett, IL 60103
"Everything was good at Clare Oaks. It had everything that someone would look for. The staff was excellent, very bright, and personable. The food was very good, and you get 30 meals a month. It was..." More

Beacon Hill

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2400 South Finley Road, Lombard, IL 60148
"Beacon Hill, a continuing care community, offers companionship and activities for my mother. She gets one meal a day. She liked it ( her choice) initially because she was able to move into a..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in DuPage
  • Review of Wyndemere

    My mom has lived here for several years and the environment and care are exceptionally good. The leadership works with each family to ensure that all individuals are in the best living situation po... Read more

  • Review of Wyndemere

    The independent living side of Wyndemere was large and warm. It was pleasing to the eyes and very clean. It had an intimate feeling and it didn't feel like an elderly assisted living place. They al... Read more

  • Review of Brookdale Lisle

    I was in the rehab section at Brookdale Lisle for about six weeks. The food was horrible in rehab because it was always cold. Other than that, they had very nice activities. I was able to go to the... Read more

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