“I’m not ready yet” is something that we hear from folks quite often. The best time to consider moving to a retirement community is when you’re able to make the decision for yourself. When you say, “I’m not ready yet,” ask yourself the following questions:
After they move to Peace Village, our residents say, “Why did I wait so long?”
More ways to stay involved, a genuine sense of belonging, added security, companionship, activities and outings.
Absolutely…we encourage it. You’ll be proud to share your new home, enjoy the amenities, fish with the grandkids, share a delicious meal together. Out-of-town family? They can stay in one of our guest suites.
Not-for-profit senior living communities can manage their financial resources in accordance with their mission, and their long-standing values are reflected in their governance and management. Because Peace Village is an Illinois not-for-profit corporation, fees from residents are reinvested right here at Peace Village.
Peace Village offers a comprehensive array of services and amenities, including restaurant-style dining at the Village Dining Room, casual dining at the Bistro, library, computer center, full-service salon and barbershop, fitness center with full-time personal trainer and Tai Chi Classes, chapel, wellness programs, massage therapy and more. Enjoy our complimentary transportation that will take you weekly to all the right places — Jewel, Walgreens and Orland Square Mall, to name just a few.
Yes. Electric, gas, water and cable TV are all included.
Peace Village has many options for you. Maybe it’s our Rise and Shine Program or a licensed caregiver to come into your home. Some of our residents find a move to our Circle Inn Assisted Living area just right.
Assisted living offers personalized help and support for each individual’s needs. The goal of assisted living is to keep people as independent as possible, yet helping with daily activities that may now be difficult, such as cooking, cleaning, showering independently, etc. It’s important to remember that assisted living focuses specifically on the needs of each individual, so it means something different to each resident. Assisted living is the right choice for those who need help remembering to take their medications, or may be starting to neglect their personal hygiene because it’s becoming more and more difficult to care for themselves independently.
Residents in our assisted living community receive three well-balanced meals per day served restaurant-style, emergency response system, personalized care plan, 30-minute weekly housekeeping service, regular blood pressure and weight checks, family care conferences, consultative nursing services provided as needed, basic extended cable, building and apartment maintenance, and all utilities paid except phone and Internet.