5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Chicago, IL
Also serving communities of La Grange Park, Burr Ridge, Orland Park, Lombard, Downers Grove.
To help you with your search, browse the 19 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Chicago. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Chicago 4.2 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Evanston with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Chicago
Review of Smith Village
I like Smith Village the most. It's perfect. I just couldn't afford the move-in fee. They have three meals, underground parking, grocery stores, barber shops, and a beauty shop. It's a beautiful pl... Read more
Review of Montgomery Place
They're friendly at Montgomery Place. It's a nice facility with a library and nice rooms with nice views near the university. The guy who showed me around was very friendly and showed me everything... Read more
Review of The Admiral at the Lake
My parents were residents of the "old" Admiral. When the new replacement facility opened in 2012, I was among the first to move in. The apartments are beautiful. Most - but not all- have balconi... Read more
What Is a CCRC?
What They Are A CCRC, also referred to as a life-care community, combines residential accommodations with health services. The purpose of a CCRC is to allow residents to receive the appropriate ca...
5 Signs It's Time to Look for a CCRC
Let’s face it – you still feel too young to move into a retirement community. But your friends and even family might be dropping by with glossy marketing materials touting the continuing care retir...
Checklist: How to Choose the Right Continuing Care Retirement Community
The Costs of a Continuing Care Retirement Community
When you hear the phrase “aging in place,” you probably think about modifications and technological changes that allow people to grow old in their own homes. Stair lifts and railings in the shower ...
CCRC vs. Life Care: Which Contract is Right for You?
The burgeoning senior care market has introduced a slew of new concepts and terms that are easily confused. Many people believe, for example, that life care and continuing care communities are the ...