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One out of three adults age sixty-five (65) and older fall each year, but fewer than half discuss this matter with their doctor. Ensuring that older adults discharged from the emergency department are able to safely navigate in their home environment is important, because those who are unable to function safely at home are at risk for falls and return ER visits. Twenty million people aged sixty-five (65) and older visit emergency departments every year and that number is expected to grow as the Baby Boomers continue to age. Accurately determining the ability for older adults that are discharged to care for themselves at home is critical to assisting you to have a strong measure of comfort, convenience and control. Emergency physicians are experts on making decisions on whether you should be admitted to the hospital or can go home, but they are not perfect and sometimes make decisions based on your statements. For example, a patient who reports they can walk with an assistive device but actually requires human assistance to walk is likely to be bed-bound or to fall if they go home alone. Older adults not only desire to remain at home. You want the ability to not have restrictions when you

travel outside of your home but at the same time you want to feel safe and secure. With the advent of cellular telephones and mobile medical alert systems with GPS capability offered by expert service organizations, you can have the sense of security you desire with the knowledge that a professionally trained operator is available twenty-four (24) hours a day that will speak with you and have the ability to alert the needed assistance at just the right time. Also available are medication adherence dispensers, telehealth and passive monitoring systems. By blending the services of your physician, caregivers and loved ones with today’s very special and easy to use technology when you are discharged, you can enjoy a comprehensive and affordable support system to allow you to remain at home, maintain your independence and quality of life with safety and peace of mind. Let’s face it, no one wants to move from their home and familiar surroundings such as you enjoy with all of your fond memories. Communication is very important. All of us involved in health care and of course your loved ones have the passion and compassion to assist you and will always strive for the very best solution. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Steve Abate, Executive Vice President, Healthcare Division, Connect America/Medical Alert, 708-955-4362.

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HOSPITALS OUR PREFERRED HOSPITALS

The following organizations loan medical equipment to those in need.

Advocate South Suburban Hospital (ad on page 40)

17800 S Kedzie Ave, Hazel Crest 60429 708-799-8000

Orland Township Senior Center 14807 S Ravinia Ave, Orland Park 60462 708-403-4222

Ingalls Memorial Hospital

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HOME SAFETY EVALUATIONS Age Navigation 877-672-8674

MetroSouth Medical Center

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Aging & Tech Research Center 716-829-6740 Centers for Disease Control & Prevention 800-232-6348

HOSPITALS Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital 500 Remington Blvd, Bolingbrook 60440 630-312-5000

Downers Grove Police Station (Cell Phone for Seniors) 630-434-5600

Adventist GlenOaks Hospital 70 Winthrop Ave, Glendale Hgts 60139 630-545-8000

Downers Grove Police Station (Elder Service Officer Unit) 630-434-5600

Adventist Hinsdale Hospital 120 N Oak St, Hinsdale 60521 630-856-9000

DuPage County Sheriff’s Dept (Guardian Program) 630-682-7256

Advocate Christ Hospital & Medical Center 4440 W 95th St, Oak Lawn 60453 708-684-8000

Humanitarian Service Project of DuPage 630-221-8340

Nursing Life Stage Solutions 866-416-4980

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This section is alphabetical. You will find hundreds of different services and organizations that work with seniors and their families. This includes professional services, such as Adult Day, Care Management, Elder Law, Social Security, Senior Centers, etc...

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17800 S Kedzie Ave, Hazel Crest 60429 708-799-8000

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Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital 4924 Forest Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-275-1181

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This section offers three different comparison grids; the first features Skilled Home Healthcare; the second contains Non-Medical and Personal Assistance at home, and the third grid showcases Hospice Services for end of life care. First Familiarize yourself with the different services that are offered by each agency. You will find definitions about each service at the beginning of this section. Many options exist; we hope this will help you find a provider to meet your specific needs.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

RESOURCES FOR AGING WELL

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How To Use This Guide Table of Contents Letter from the Publisher / Contact Information

163-165

Healthcare Checklist

166-167

Advertiser Index

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES 13-14

Adult Day Care Programs

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Advocacy for Senior/Patients

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Aquatic Classes & Therapy

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Area Agencies on Aging

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Care Management

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Caregiver Education

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Cemeteries

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Community Centers with Senior Activities

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Consumer Affairs

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Continuing Education Opportunities

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Counseling Services for Seniors

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County Health Departments

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Dental Resources

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Drivers License Offices & Information

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Elder Abuse & Crime Prevention

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Elder Law

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Emergency Response Systems

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Employment Opportunities

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Don’t Go Broke in Long-Term Nursing Care See page 26.

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Energy Resources & Weatherization

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Estate Planning

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Family Health Clinics

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Financial Assistance & Services

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Food Resources

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Funeral, Cremation, & Mortuary Services

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Geriatric Care Management

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Guardianship

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Health Insurance Information & Counseling

36-37

Hearing Resources

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Home Improvements & Modifications

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Home Medical Equipment & Supplies

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Home Medical Equipment/Loan Closets

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Home Safety Evaluations Hospitals Housing Placement & Resource Specialists Legal Services (No Fee) Libraries

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Long-Term Care Insurance

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Massage Therapy

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Medicare/Medicaid

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Medicare 2017 “In a Nutshell”

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Mental Health Services

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MRI/CT Services

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Pet Care & Services

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES 66

Prescription Assistance & Discounts

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Rehabilitation Hospitals

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Reverse Mortgages

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Senior Activities & Entertainment

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Senior Centers Senior Health Clinics Senior Organizations & Services

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Social Security

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Support Groups

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A Comprehensive Path to Wellness and Independence See page 148.

Respite Care

Townships

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Transportation

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Travel

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Veteran Administration Clinics

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Veteran Centers

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Veteran Services

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Vision Resources

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Volunteer Opportunities

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Volunteer Opportunities (Hospitals)

HOME HEALTH, NON-MEDICAL HOME HEALTH CARE, AND HOSPICE CARE 86, 93

Non-Medical Home Health Care Definitions

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Non-Medical Home Health Care Agency Comparison Grid

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Home Health Definitions

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Home Health Agency Comparison Grid

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Home Health Agencies

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Hospice Definitions

104-107

Hospice Comparison Grid

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SENIOR HOUSING Housing Definitions

112-118

Independent Living / Retirement Communities Comparison Grid

108-118

Independent Living / Retirement Communities

124-134

Assisted Living Communities Comparison Grid

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Assisted Living Communities

138-146

Memory Care / Assisted Living Comparison Grid

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Memory Care Communities

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Skilled Nursing Facilities Comparison Grid

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Skilled Nursing Facilities

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FEATURE ARTICLES 10 Signs that Your Aging Parents Need Help A Comprehensive Path to Wellness and Independence

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Don't Go Broke in Long-Term Nursing Care

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Is a Guardian Necessary If There Are Powers of Attorney?

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Long Term Care Benefit Plans

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Proactive Seniors Plan for Their Final Farewell

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The Many Benefits of Respite Care

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The Sandwich Generation

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What is Magnetic Resonance Imaging " MRI"?

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What You Should Know About DME and Medicare

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Why a Personal Emergency Response System?

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Will You Need Long-Term Care In the Future?

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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER / CONTACT INFORMATION

DEAR VALUED READER: We at Seniors Blue Book, Chicagoland, want to THANK YOU for encouraging us to Publish the NORTH Edition –which covers DuPage, West And the Northwest Suburban Cook County areas Our South edition, which has been around about 3 Years covers the South side of Chicago, South Suburbs, Will County, and North West Indiana and we publish that in April and October. Inside this edition you will find useful information covering Community Resources, Home Health, Non-Medical Home Care, Hospice Choices, and all the levels of Senior Housing – Independent Living, Supportive Living, Subsidized Housing Assisted Living, Memory Care Communities, and Skilled Nursing Buildings. The professionals in the Industry have taken their time to produce some really valuable information , in the form of articles, we encourage you to reach out to them if you have any input or just to ask a question; they are there for you!! The many businesses and advertisers that provide services, goods, and senior housing have really provided valuable information, please support and reach out to them also. Our Corporate partner – WALGREENS, have provided us distribution in over

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Adult day programs are for elders who need a place to stay during daytime hours because they have difficulty functioning alone. The programs provide purpose and stimulation. Most facilities place participants into groups by their specific limitations.

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Cherished Place 800 W Oakton St, Arlington Heights 60004 847-368-7397

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2833 N Nordica Ave, Chicago 60634 773-622-6145

LINCOLNWOOD Forever Young Adult Day Care 6700 N Lincoln Ave, Lincolnwood 60712 847-673-6633

NAPERVILLE Ecumenical Adult Care of Naperville 305 W Jackson Ave, Naperville 60540 630-357-8166 Xilin Association 1163 E Ogden Ave #301, Naperville 60563 630-355-4322

NORTHFIELD House of Welcome Adult Day Svc 1779 Winnetka Ave, Northfield 60093 847-242-6250

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DOWNERS GROVE Community Adult Day Care, Inc 4501 Main St, Downers Grove 60515 630-968-1060

Accolade Adult Day Service 112 S Humphrey Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-445-1300

ELKGROVE VILLAGE Adult Care Midwest 800 Biesterfield Rd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-290-6513

Great Opportunities Adult Day Svc 4555 Church St, Skokie 60076 847-982-3318

ELMHURST Adult Christian Care (Epiphany Lutheran Church) 314 W Vallette, Elmhurst 60126 630-832-1788

Nurture Adult Day Care PC 33 W Higgins Rd, South Barrington 60010 224-484-8835

GLEN ELLYN Esse Adult Day Care I (Faith Lutheran Church) 41 N Park Blvd, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-858-1005

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ADULT DAY CARE PROGRAMS continued Esse Adult Day Care III (Holy Cross Lutheran Church) 802 E Geneva Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-665-1515

WHEELING Forever Young Adult Day Care 50 S Milwaukee Ave, Wheeling 60090 847-229-0001

ADVOCACY FOR SENIORS / PATIENTS DuPage Senior Citizens Council (DSCC) 630-620-0804 Illinois Attorney General’s Office 800-243-5377

LifeStyle Options, Inc

(ad on page 85) 888-342-4636

Next Step Advocate

560 W Fay Ave, Elmhurst 60126 630-525-0056

North Shore Patient Advocates (ad on page 14)

150 S Wacker Dr, Ste 2400, Chicago 60606 847-612-6684 Older Women’s League (OWL) 800-825-3695 Office of the State Guardian 160 N LaSalle St, Chicago 60601 312-793-5900 Senior HelpLine 800-252-8966

It’s time to NSHORE your healthcare. You want the best healthcare for yourself and your family, and, unless you’re a medical professional, it’s not always clear what to expect. At NShore Patient Advocates, we provide an experienced, private, professional RN Patient Advocate to guide you through the complexities of modern healthcare. We advocate for individuals of all ages throughout Chicagoland (and beyond!), helping you make the wisest medical decisions. In addition, our insurance advocates know how to make successful appeals to insurance companies, saving time and money.

312-788-2640

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Watson Geriatric Services of Illinois, Inc – Kitty Watson Park Forest 60466 708-805-4095

AQUATIC CLASSES & THERAPY Offers swimming lessons and water exercises for seniors. Buehler YMCA 1400 W Northwest Hwy, Palatine 60067 847-359-2400 Greater La Grange YMCA 1100 E 31st St, La Grange 60525 708-352-7600 Lattof International YMCA 300 E Northwest Hwy, Des Plaines 60016 847-296-3376 Leaning Tower YMCA 6300 W Touhy Ave, Niles 60714 847-410-5108 McGaw YMCA 1000 Grove St, Evanston 60201 847-475-7400 North Suburban YMCA 2705 Techny Rd, Northbrook 60062 847-272-7250 The West Cook YMCA 255 S Marion St, Oak Park 60302 708-383-5200 YMCA of Berwyn-Cicero 2947 Oak Park Ave, Berwyn 60402 708-749-0606

AREA AGENCIES ON AGING Age Options 1048 Lake St, Ste 300, Oak Park 60301 800-699-9043 Aging Care Connections 111 W Harris Ave, La Grange 60525 708-354-1323 Barrington Area Council on Aging 6000 Garlands Ln, Ste 100, Barrington 60010 847-381-5030 Chicago Dept of Senior Services 312-744-4016 Eldercare Locator Nationwide (Locates any AAA Nationwide) 800-677-1116

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

The American Geriatrics Society – Health in Aging Foundation 800-563-4916

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Illinois Dept on Aging 800-252-8966 Leyden Family Services 10001 W Grand Ave, Franklin Park 60131 847-451-0330 Metro Family Services 3843 W 63rd St, Chicago 60629 312-986-4332 Oak Park Township Senior Services 130 S Oak Park Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-383-8060 Solutions for Care 7222 W Cermak Rd, Ste 200, North Riverside 60546 708-447-2448

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CARE MANAGEMENT Public or private organizations which provide services to the elderly who need professional assistance to arrange appropriate care. Aging Parent Solutions, LLC 773-327-2988 Better HealthCare, LLC 800-394-0005 Chicago Department on Aging 312-744-4016

LifeStyle Options, Inc

(ad on page 85) 888-342-4636

National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers 520-881-8008

Next Step Advocate

560 W Fay Ave, Elmhurst 60126 630-525-0056

North Shore Patient Advocates (ad on page 14)

150 S Wacker Dr, Ste 2400 Chicago 60606 847-612-6684

Suburban Area Agency on Aging 800-699-9043

Watson Geriatric Services of Illinois, Inc – Kitty Watson Park Forest 60466 708-805-4095

CAREGIVER EDUCATION Care Givers Support & Education 800-323-8622

Caregiving.com & AfterGiving.com

3323 W Addison MB 6, Chicago, IL 60618 773-343-6341 National Certification Board for Alzheimer’s Care 3170 N Sheridan Rd, Ste 1008, Chicago 312-878-8281 Soul2Soul – NOURISH – A Faith-Based Program for Family Caregivers 4436 Roslyn Rd, Downers Grove 60515 630-267-9804

CEMETERIES

Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemetery & Funeral Home

(ad on page 35) 17W201 Roosevelt Rd, Oak Brook 60181 630-941-5860

Elmwood Cemetery & Mausoleum (ad on page 35)

2905 N Thatcher Rd, River Grove 60171 708-453-0273

Irving Park Cemetery

(ad on page 35) 7777 Irving Park Rd, Chicago 60634 773-625-3500

Memorial Park Cemetery

(ad on page 35) 9900 Gross Point Rd, Skokie 60076 847-677-4401

Memory Gardens Cemetery

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Currently caring for a family member? Adjusting to a life after caregiving ends? Join us!

Educational Sessions * Exhibits CEUs for Professionals Connet, Share, Learn, Receive Thanks to our sponsors:

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BENSENVILLE

(ad on page 35) 520 E Grand Ave, Elmhurst 60126 630-834-6080

Mount Emblem Cemetery

Bensenville Senior Citizens Club (Montys) 703 S York Rd, Bensenville 60106 630-594-1010

Mount Olive Cemetery

BERWYN

(ad on page 35) 3800 N Narragansett Ave, Chicago 60634 773-286-3770

Ridgewood Memorial Park

(ad on page 35) 9900 N Milwaukee Av, Des Plaines 60016 847-824-4145

Rosehill Cemetery

(ad on page 35) 5800 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago 60660 773-561-5940

Woodlawn Funeral Home & Memorial Park (ad on page 35) 7750 W Cermak Rd, Forest Park 60130 708-442-8500

COMMUNITY CENTERS WITH SENIOR ACTIVITIES

City of Berwyn Senior Center 6501 W 31st St, Berwyn 60402 708-788-2010

BLOOMINGDALE Bloomingdale Township Senior Ctr 6N050 Rosedale Rd, Bloomingdale 60108 630-529-7794

BROOKFIELD Village of Brookfield 8820 Brookfield Ave, Brookfield 60513 708-485-7344

BUFFALO GROVE Alcott Center 530 Bernard Dr, Buffalo Grove 60089 847-850-2100

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

CAROL STREAM

Arlington Heights Senior Center 1801 W Central Rd, Arlington Hts 60005 847-253-5532

Carol Stream Park District 849 W Lies Rd, Carol Stream 60188 630-784-6100

Glenkirk Masters Senior Center 2501 W Chestnut, Arlington Hts 60004 847-394-2171

DES PLAINES

BARTLETT Mahavir Senior Center JAIN Society 435 N Rte 59, Bartlett 60103 630-837-1077

Des Plaines Community & Frisbie Senior Center 52 E Northwest Hwy, Des Plaines 60016 847-768-5944 YMCA – Lattof International 300 E Northwest Hwy, Des Plaines 60016 708-296-3376

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ELK GROVE VILLAGE Sheila Ray Adult Ctr of Elk Grove 225 E Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-364-7224 ELMHURST The Abbey Senior Center – Elmhurst Park 407 W Saint Charles Rd, Elmhurst 60126 630-993-8193 ELMWOOD PARK Elmwood Park Senior Citizens Club 11 Conti Pkwy, Elmwood Park 60707 708-452-7300 EVANSTON Levy Senior Center 300 Dodge, Evanston 60202 847-448-8250 Evanston Fleetwood Jourdain Ctr 1655 Foster St, Evanston 60201 847-448-8254 FOREST PARK Howard Mohr Community Center 7640 Jackson Blvd, Forest Park 60130 708-771-7737 GLEN ELLYN Glen Ellyn Senior Service Center (Grace Lutheran Church) 493 Forest Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-858-6343

GLENVIEW Glenview Senior Citizens Center 2400 Chestnut Ave, Glenview 60025 847-724-4793 HOFFMAN ESTATES The Hoffman Estates Community Ctr 1685 W Higgins Rd, Hoffman Estates 60195 847-885-7500 LISLE Lisle Township Senior Center 4711 Indiana Ave, Lisle 60532 630-968-2087 Ext 11 LOMBARD York Township Senior Center 1502 S Meyers Rd, Lombard 60148 630-620-2424

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

DOWNERS GROVE Downers Grove Park District Senior Center 935 Maple Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-963-1300

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MELROSE PARK Sharp Senior Center 1609 N 36th Ave, Melrose Park 60160 708-316-7488 MORTON GROVE Morton Grove Senior Center 6140 Dempster, Morton Grove 60053 847-470-5223 MOUNT PROSPECT Korean American Senior Center 1160 S Elmhurst Ave, Mt Prospect 60056 847-439-5195 NAPERVILLE Alfred Reuben Riverwalk Community Center 305 W Jackson Ave, Naperville 60540 630-848-3615 Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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COMMUNITY CENTERS WITH SENIOR ACTIVITIES continued NILES Niles Senior Center 999 Civic Center Dr, Niles 60714 847-588-8420

NORTHBROOK Northbrook Senior Center 3323 Walters, Northbrook 60062 847-291-2988

NORTHFIELD North Shore Senior Center 161 Northfield Rd, Northfield 60093 847-784-6030

PARK RIDGE Park Ridge Senior Citizens Center 100 S Western Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-692-3597

PROSPECT HEIGHTS Prospect Heights Park District Senior Center 110 W Camp McDonald Rd, Prospect Hts 60070 847-394-2848

ROLLING MEADOWS Golden Years Council Senior Center 3705 Pheasant Dr, Rolling Meadows 60067 847-818-3205

WEST CHICAGO Wayne Township Senior Center 27W031 North Ave, West Chicago 60185 630-231-7155

WESTMONT Westmont Park District Senior Ctr 55 E Richmond St, Westmont 60559 630-969-8080

WILMETTE The Mallinckrodt Community Ctr 1041 Ridge Rd, Wilmette 60091 847-256-9623

WHEELING Pavilion Wheeling Senior Center 199 N First St, Wheeling 60090 847-459-2670

CONSUMER AFFAIRS Better Business Bureau – Chicago 312-832-0500 Chicago Dept on Aging 312-744-4016 Do Not Call Registry 888-382-1222 IL Atty General’s Senior Citizen Consumer Fraud Hotline 800-243-5377 IL Dept of Health Center Complaint Registry 800-252-4343

SKOKIE

Nursing Home Hotline 800-252-4343

Oakton Community Center 4701 Oakton, Skokie 60076 847-674-1500

Senate Aging Committee – Anti Fraud Hotline 855-303-9470

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SeniorLink Alliance 313-744-9057 US Consumer Product Safety 800-638-2772 US Food & Drug Administration Info 888-463-6332

CONTINUING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES CHICAGO Bike Safety & Education – Chicago 312-744-3600

Regional Center Computer Classes Northeast (LEVY) Regional Center – Chicago 312-742-2630 Richard J Daley College 7500 S Pulaski Rd, Chicago 60652 773-838-7500 Chicago State University 9501 S King Dr, Chicago 60628 773-995-2000

CICERO Morton College 3801 S Central Ave, Cicero 60804 708-656-8000

DES PLAINES

Chicago Fitness Plus Program – Chicago 312-744-3600

Oakton Community College 1600 E Golf Rd, Des Plaines 60016 847-635-1600

College of DuPage – Glen Ellyn 630-942-2700

NAPERVILLE

Desktop Publishing Northwest Regional Center, Chicago 312-744-0784 Digital Camera/Photoshop – Chicago 312-742-7718 Elderhostel 877-426-8056` Kennedy-King College 6301 S Halsted Ave, Chicago 60621 773-602-5000 League of Women Voters 630-858-5725 Olive Harvey College 100001 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago 60628 773-291-6100

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Senior Helpline Illinois Dept on Aging 800-252-8966

Benedictine University Center for Lifelong Learning 1832 Centre Point Cir, Ste 103, Naperville 60563 630-829-1384

PALATINE Harper College 1200 W Algonquin Rd, Palatine 60067 847-925-6275

RIVER GROVE Dominican University 7900 W Division St, River Grove 60305 708-366-2490

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COUNSELING SERVICES FOR SENIORS Hinsdale Community House 630-323-7500 Metropolitan Family Service DuPage 630-784-4800 The Endeleo Institute – Health Trinity UCC Village Center 1947 W 95th St, Chicago 60643 773-966-1588

COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTS Age Options 1048 Lake St, Ste 300, Oak Park 60301 800-699-9043 Chicago Dept of Public Health 333 S State St, Rm 200, Chicago 60604 312-747-9884 Cook County Dept of Public Health 1701 S First Ave, Ste 102, Maywood 60153 708-786-4058 DuPage County Health Dept 1111 E Jackson St, Lombard 60148 630-682-7400

DENTAL RESOURCES CEDA Family Support & Community Engagement – 6 141 W Roosevelt Rd, Cicero 60804 708-222-3824 x4831 – 2 010 Dewey Ave, Lower Level, Evanston 60201 847-328-5166 x5416 Dental Lifeline Network 303-534-5360

Dentistry from the Heart 727-849-2002 DuPage Community Clinic 630-682-0639 DuPage County Health Dept Wheaton 60187 630-682-7400 Illinois Dental Insurance 800-977-8860 Illinois State Dental Society PO Box 376, Springfield 62705 217-525-1406 United Dental Resources 26521 Greenwood Ave, Crete 60417 708-367-1207

DRIVERS LICENSE OFFICES & INFORMATION AARP Driver Safety Program 888-227-7669 Secretary of State Facility – Deerfield 405 Lake Cook Rd, Deerfield 60015 312-793-1010 – Des Plaines 1470 Lee St, Des Plaines 60018 312-793-1010 – D  owners Grove Township 4340 Prince Dr, Downers Grove 60515 630-719-6685 – E lgin 595 S `State St, Elgin 60123 312-793-1010 – E lk Grove Village 650 Roppolo Dr, Elk Grove Village 60007 312-793-1010 – L ombard 837 S Westmore Rd, Lombard 60148 312-793-1010

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ELDER ABUSE & CRIME PREVENTION 24 hr Adult Protective Services Hotline 866-800-1409 A New Direction 773-253-7226 Age Options 1048 Lake St #300, Oak Park 60301 800-699-9043 Elder Abuse Hotline 800-252-8966 Family & Social Services Administration 800-992-6978 Catholic Charities – South Suburban 15300 Lexington, Harvey 60426 708-596-2222 Chicago Dept of Senior Services 312-744-4016 Cook County Elder Justice Center 50 W Washington St, Rm CL-16, Chicago 60602 312-603-9233 Cook County Sheriff’s Senior Citizen Services 708-974-6042

National Center on Elder Abuse 800-677-1116 National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233 Ombudsman for the Institutionalized Elderly 877-582-6995

ELDER LAW

Dutton & Casey – Attorneys at Law (ad on page 25)

– 1 655 N Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights 60004 847-261-4708 – 7 9 W Monroe Av, Ste 1320, Chicago 60603 312-899-0950 – 9 933 N Lawler Ave, Skokie 60077 847-261-4708 – 2 225 Enterprise Dr, Westchester 60154 847-261-4708

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

– M  elrose Park 1903 N Mannheim Rd, Melrose Pk 60160 312-793-1010 – Wheaton 128 W Liberty Dr, Wheaton 60187 312-793-1010

DI MONTE & LIZAK, LLC

(ad on page 27) 5600 N River Rd, Ste 764 Rosemont 60018 847-292-1220

EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEMS

Connect America

(ad on page 5) PO Box 26, Thornton 60476 708-955-4362

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Is a Guardian Necessary If If you hold Powers of Attorney for There Are Powers Property and Health Care for your mother so that you can make health of Attorney? care and financial decisions for her, likely you will not ever need to be appointed as her legal guardian.

However, there may be circumstances where it is necessary. An important difference in becoming a court appointed guardian for a person as opposed to acting as an agent for them under a power of attorney is that in the process of appointing a guardian, the Court declares the person for whom a guardian is appointed as “disabled” under Illinois law. This means that the person for whom a guardian is appointed no longer has the legal ability to enter into contracts or to make other important decisions. The Guardian alone has the legal right and responsibility to make important decisions for the person who has been determined to be “disabled. In contrast, a person who has signed a power of attorney continues to have the right to make his or her own decisions, even if a physician has determined that person to have dementia. So, if your mother is, in fact, mentally impaired but is insisting on making decisions which place her in jeopardy, you may need to ask the Court to appoint you as her Guardian and determine her to

be disabled under Illinois law. A court appointed Guardian has the right to make care and financial decisions for the disabled person even if those decisions are contrary to the person’s wishes. A common scenario is a parent who has been diagnosed with dementia, has been determined by medical professionals to require 24 hour care and be unable to drive safely, but who refuses 24 care and continues to drive. Sometimes persons with dementia will insist on giving large sums of money to persons who are taking advantage of them, or believe the scam artists who call them asking for money. In those circumstances, the appointment of a Guardian is necessary to protect that parent from their own bad decisions. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was authored by Author Janna Dutton, JD, CELA. Partners Janna Dutton and Kathryn Casey are two of only a few certified elder law attorneys in Illinois. contact them at 312-899-0950 Chicago | 847-2614708 Arlington Heights, Skokie, and Westchester or visit www.duttonelderlaw.com | contact@duttonelderlaw.com Resources: Elder Law Foundation www.nelf.org, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys - www.naela.org

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ESTATE PLANNING

u Estate Planning u Long-Term Care Planning u Special Needs Planning

Appointments are available in Arlington Heights, Chicago, Skokie, and Westchester, Illinois, or via video conferencing or telephone. u Senior Housing Contracts,

Admissions and Discharges

PROBATE

u Probate and Trust Administration Guardianship and Contested u Medicaid Planning and Applications u Guardianship u Litigation for Vulnerable Adults u Will and Trust Litigation Against Abuse, Neglect, and

ELDER LAW

Financial Exploitation

u Care Navigation and Advocacy

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 2-1-1 Get Answers Get Connected 211 AARP Illinois State Office 866-448-3613 Chicago Dept on Aging 312-744-4016 Chicago Workforce Centers 7500 S Pulaski, Bldg 100, Chicago 773-884-7000 Downers Grove Park District Senior Center 935 Maple Av, Downers Grove 60515 630-963-1314 Easter Seals Senior Community Service – Chicago 312-726-6200

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Chicago 312.899.0950 Suburbs 847.261.4708 contact@duttonelderlaw.com www.duttonelderlaw.com

Full-time clinical social worker and certified care manager on staff.

Illinois Employment & Training Ctr 630-495-4345 Jewish Vocational Services 10 E 22nd St, Lombard 60148 630-261-9324 National Older Worker Career Ctr 703-558-4200 NE Illinois Area Agency on Aging 630-293-5990 Senior Community Service Employment Program 877-872-5627 Senior Employment Program 800-528-2000 Suburban Area Agency on Aging 800-699-9043

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Don’t Go Broke in Long-Term The Biggest Threat. The Nursing Care

I. biggest threat to our middle-class taxpayer is the devastating cost of long-term care that comes with chronic illness, disability, or just the natural aging process. How do you minimize the risk?

II. Consider the 3 Phases of Life. For example, break things down into our maturing years, senior years and post-death years. What needs to be done to plan properly is very different in those phases. It is the consideration of these life phases that allows us to be more focused in planning. For example, the type of planning you do at age 35 is quite different than the type of planning we do it age 75. III. Consider the 3 Phases of Planning. In this segment of planning we take the senior years and further break them down into the following subcategories: preplanning, wait-and-see planning and crisis planning. In preplanning, we have many years to plan. In wait-and-see planning, we know that there is a diagnosis, but we may many have years where we will be able to remain in the home, hopefully. In crisis planning, we need immediate long-term care either at home or in a facility, 24/7. For example, if someone is 55 in good health we have a long period time to protect assets. However, if someone is 85 and going into long-term care we

can still protect assets but the steps that we must take our more immediate and must be completed as soon as possible to avoid the high costs of long-term care that you, the client, are incurring right now. Get professional help: Our office offers a FREE 15 minute telephone consultation for all prospective clients. Call our office at 847698-9600 to schedule a FREE 15 minute telephone consultation. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Anthony B. Ferraro BS, MS Tax, CPA, JD, an Elder Law, Estate & Trust and Asset Protection Lawyer, Partner Dimonte & Lizak, LLC. He can be reached at 847-698-9600 or visit www.abferrarolaw.com, www.dimontelaw.com. Copyright 2017.

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RESOURCES FOR AGING WELL

Chicago Department on Aging 312-744-4016 Energy Assistance Illinois 312-795-8800 Illinois Home Energy Assistance Program 800-528-2000 Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program 815-722-0722

Nicor Gas Sharing Program 630-629-4948

ESTATE PLANNING

Dutton & Casey – Attorneys at Law (ad on page 25)

– 1 655 N Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights 60004 847-261-4708 – 7 9 W Monroe Av, Ste 1320, Chicago 60603 312-899-0950 – 9 933 N Lawler Ave, Skokie 60077 847-261-4708 – 2 225 Enterprise Dr, Westchester 60154 847-261-4708

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Peoples Energy (Payment Plan) 866-556-6001

ENERGY RESOURCES & WEATHERIZATION

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program 202-401-9351

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FAMILY HEALTH CLINICS

CICERO

Health clinics usually provide more comprehensive health and related services than a traditional medical practice. Services may include physicians who specialize in geriatrics, a nurse practitioner, a Medical Social Worker and, in many cases, financial discounts may be available.

Cicero Health Center 5912 W Cermak Rd, Cicero 60804 708-783-9800

ADDISON

LOMBARD

DuPage County Health Dept 1111 W Lake St, Addison 60101 630-682-7400

DuPage County Health Dept 1111 E Jackson St, Lombard 60148 630-682-7400

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

ELGIN

Northwest Family Health Center – Arlington Heights 675 W Central Av, Arlington Hts 60005 847-342-1554

Summit East – Elgin 860 Summit St, Elgin 60120 847-608-1344

BERWYN PCC South Family Health Center – Berwyn 6201 Roosevelt Rd, Berwyn 60402 708-386-0845

BLOOMINGDALE

DES PLAINES Genesis Center – Des Plaines 1 N Broadway St, Des Plaines 60016 847-298-3150

Greater Elgin Family Care Ctr – Elgin 370 Summit St, Elgin 60120 847-608-1344

EVANSTON Connections Evanston – Evanston 1458 Chicago Ave, Evanston 60201 847-424-0945

Martin T Russo Family Health Center – Bloomingdale 245 S Gary Av, Ste 200, Bloomingdale 60108 630-893-5230

MAYWOOD

St. Isidore’s Catholic Church (Access) – Bloomingdale 431 W Army Trail Rd, Bloomingdale 60108 630-529-3045

MELROSE PARK

Alma Family Health Ctr – Maywood 318 Madison St, Maywood 60153 773-344-5300

PCC North Ave Family Health Center – Melrose Park 675 W North Av, Ste 609, Melrose Pk 60160 708-406-3040

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MOUNT PROSPECT Access Mount Prospect Family Health Center – Mount Prospect 1715 W Algonquin Rd, Mt Prospect 60056 847-725-8110

OAK PARK PCC South Family Health Center – Oak Park 6030 Roosevelt Rd, Oak Park 60304 708-386-0845 West Suburban Medical Center – Oak Park 3 Erie Ct, Oak Park 60304 708-383-0113

PALATINE Journeys From Pads To Hope – Palatine 1140 E Northwest Hwy, Palatine 60074 847-963-9163

WESTMONT DuPage County Health Dept 422 N Cass Ave, Westmont 60559 630-221-6179

WHEATON DuPage County Health Dept 111 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-682-7400 DuPage County Health Dept 422 N Prospect St, Wheaton 60187 630-682-7400

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & SERVICES ASSISTANCE AARP Tax Aide 888-227-7669 BenefitsCheckUp.Org 888-268-6706 Federal Income Tax Information (TTY/TDD) 800-829-4059 FISH 630-964-7776 Illinois Dept of Revenue (Circuit Breaker Section) 101 W Jefferson, Springfield 62794 800-624-2459

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Melrose Park Family Health Center – Melrose Park 8321 W North Ave, Melrose Park 60160 708-681-2298

IRS Hotline 800-829-1040 IRS National Tax Payer Advocate Help Line 877-777-4778 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) 4340 Prince St, Downers Grove 60515 630-719-6614 Metropolitan Family Svc DuPage 630-784-4800 National Foundation for Credit Counseling 800-388-2227 Senior Homestead Exemption 630-407-5500 Social Security Hotline 800-772-1213 Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & SERVICES continued Taxpayer Assistance / IRS / Illinois 800-829-1040 Taxpayer Assistance / State of IL 800-732-8866 United Way of Chicago 312-906-2350 United Way of Will County 815-723-2500 Western Union – Fraud Protection 800-448-1492

SERVICES Circuit Breaker 800-624-2459 Consumer Credit Counseling Svc 773-233-2232 Cook County Assessor’s Office 312-443-7550 Downers Grove Park District Senior Center 935 Maple Ave, Downers Grove 630-963-1314 Equifax (Credit Bureau) 800-685-1111 Experian (Credit Report) 888-397-3742 Illinois Home Energy Assist (CEDA) 312-795-8800 Low Income Heating Energy Assist 202-401-9351 Medicaid 866-468-7543 Medicare Inquiry / Part B 800-482-4045

Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago 773-434-9893 Office of the State Guardian 312-793-5900 Peoples Energy (Payment Plan) 866-556-6001 SHIP (Senior Health Insurance Program) 800-548-9034 The City of Evanston’s Property Tax Assessment Review Office 2100 Ridge Ave, Evanston 60201 847-448-8168 Township Assessor’s Offices – Addison 401 N Addison Rd, Addison 60101 630-530-8161 – B  arrington 602 S Hough, Barrington 60010 847-381-5632 – B  erwyn 6600 W 26th St, Berwyn 60402 708-788-6600 – B  loomingdale 6N050 Rosedale Rd, Bloomingdale 60108 630-529-6927 – C  icero 4949 W Cermak Rd, 2nd Fl, Cicero 60804 708-656-3600 x225 – D  owners Grove 4340 Prince St, Downers Grove 60515 630-719-6610 – E lk Grove Village 2400 S Arlington Hts Rd, Arlington Hts 60004 847-437-0300 – N  iles 5255 W Main St, Skokie 60077 847-673-9300

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Trans Union (Credit Report) 800-916-8800 TRW (Copy of Credit Report) 800-392-1122 Volunteer, Income Tax Assist (VITA) 800-TAX-1040

FOOD RESOURCES DuPage County Dept of Human Services (Home Delivered Meals) 630-682-7000 Meals on Wheels America 888-998-6325 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) 800-221-5689

ADDISON Addison Township Food Pantry 401 N Addison Rd, Addison 60101 630-530-8161 x154

Addison Community Switchboard 193 W Michael Ln, Addison 60101 630-628-2698 Messiah Baptist Addison 600 S Villa Ave, Addison 60101 630-832-3328 St. Joseph Pantry 330 E Fullerton, Addison 60101 630-279-6553

BARTLETT Alliance Bible 430 N Stearns Rd, Bartlett 60103 630-372-7000

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– O  ak Park 105 S Oak Park Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-383-8005 – P  alatine 721 S Quentin Rd, Palatine 60067 847-358-6700 – R  iver Forest 8020 W Madison St, River Forest 60305 708-366-2787 – R  iverside 27 Riverside Rd, Riverside 60546 708-447-7700 – Wheeling 1616 N Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights 60004 847-259-1515

Bensenville/WoodDale Food Pantry (Faith Community United Church of Christ) 192 S Center St, Bensenville 60106 630-834-2783

CAROL STREAM Interfaith Food Pantry at the Outreach Center 345 S President, Carol Stream 60188 630-665-6426 Feeding Northwest DuPage 580 Kuhn Rd, Carol Stream 60188 630-665-5188

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FOOD RESOURCES continued DOWNERS GROVE FISH 4340 Prince St, Downers Grove 60515 630-964-7776 St. Vincent DePaul Society Conference Food Pantry 4824 Highland Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-964-0216 St.Vincent DePaul Society St. Mary’s Gostyn 444 Wilson St, Downers Grove 60515 630-969-1063

GLEN ELLYN Glen Ellyn Food Pantry, Inc 493 Forest Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-469-8668

HANOVER PARK Hands of Hope 5700 Bartels Rd, Hanover Park 60103 630-671-1570

HINSDALE HCS Family Services Food Pantry 19 E Chicago Ave, Hinsdale 60521 630-323-2500 x100

ITASCA Itasca Food Pantry Itasca 60143 630-775-2004

LISLE Lisle Township Food Pantry 4721 Indiana Ave, Lisle 60532 630-968-2087 x246

LOMBARD Christ the King Church 1501 S Main St, Lombard 60148 630-629-1717 DuPage Senior Citizens Council 1919 S Highland Ave, Bldg A, Ste 210, Lombard 60148 630-620-0804 Lombard/Villa Park Food Pantry 155 S Main St, Lombard 60148 630-627-2508 York Township 1502 S Meyers Rd, Lombard 60148 630-620-2400

NAPERVILLE Calvary Church Food Pantry 129 W Benton, Naperville 60540 630-585-3231 Loaves and Fishes 1871 High Grove Ln, Naperville 60540 630-355-3663 St. Thomas the Apostle 1500 Brookdale Rd, Naperville 60563 630-355-8980 x121

OAKBROOK TERRACE Salvation Army 1S415 Summit Av, Oakbrook Terrace 60181 630-629-4948

VILLA PARK Disciples Food Pantry Christian Church of Villa Park 1336 S Villa Ave, Villa Park 60181 630-833-7262

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WESTMONT People’s Resource Center 104 Chestnut Ave, Westmont 60559 630-908-5375

WHEATON DuPage County Community Svcs 421 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-407-6500 Milton Township 1492 N Main St, Wheaton 60187 630-668-1616 People’s Resource Center 201 S Naperville Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-682-5402

WINFIELD St. Vincent DePaul Society St. John the Baptist Catholic Church 0S233 Church St, Winfield 60190 630-653-6877

WOODRIDGE West Suburban Community Pantry 6809 Hobson Valley Dr, Ste 118, Woodridge 60517 630-512-9921

FUNERAL, CREMATION & MORTUARY SERVICES

Blake-Lamb Funeral Home

(ad on page 35) 5015 Lincoln Ave, Lisle 60532 630-964-9392

Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemetery & Funeral Home

(ad on page 35) 17W201 Roosevelt Rd, Oak Brook 60181 630-941-5860

Cypress Funeral Home

(ad on page 35) 1698 N Bloomingdale Rd, Glendale Heights 60139 630-653-7666

Drake & Son Funeral Home

(ad on page 35) 5303 N Western Ave, Chicago 60625 773-561-6874

Lauterberg-Oehler Funeral Home (ad on page 35)

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Hand and Hand Food Pantry 206 W St Charles Rd, Villa Park 60181 630-834-2650

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Malec & Sons Funeral Home (ad on page 35)

6000 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago 60646 773-774-4100

Marsh Funeral Home

(ad on page 35) 305 N Cemetery Rd, Gurnee 60031 847-336-0127

Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home (ad on page 35) 6901 W Belmont Ave, Chicago 60634 773-622-9300

Oehler Funeral Home Des Plaines (ad on page 35)

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Proactive Seniors Plan for Their Most seniors have a will and Final Farewell take other proactive steps for end-of-life planning.

Surprisingly, far fewer seniors preplan their funeral arrangements. Yet there are numerous benefits in preplanning. Seniors who make their own funeral arrangements ensure their final wishes, such as whether they want to be cremated or buried, are followed. This lifts a huge emotional burden off of their family members. While it is not necessary to prepay for a funeral service that is preplanned, doing so lifts a large financial worry off of loved ones. Another advantage of paying in advance, often referred to as prearranging, is that most funeral homes and cemeteries will lock in the purchase at today’s prices, which guards against inflation. One reason some seniors don’t prearrange their funerals is because they think they may eventually move. Some funeral providers offer portability of plans at no extra charge. For example, a prearranged funeral service purchased from one Dignity Memorial® location is fully transferable and will be honored at any of the other 2,000 Dignity Memorial® providers throughout North America if the purchaser moves more than 75 miles from where the original arrangements were made. More and more people are choosing to enhance traditional

funeral services with highly personalized life celebrations. Personalization can be as simple as requesting certain songs be played. Some people opt to have the procession from chapel to cemetery reflect their individuality. For example, an avid cyclist may have riding club friends escort the procession. Others want to give a special memento to guests. Many families hold catered receptions after the service to celebrate a loved one’s life. A good first step in prearranging is to pick up The Dignity Memorial® Personal Planning Guide at a Dignity Memorial® provider or request one online at dignitymemorial.com. It includes an easy-to-use planner to record final wishes, family heritage, military history, estate information and other vital end-of-life information in a single document. Seniors interested in preplanning also can get started at home with a convenient on-line tool called the Dignity Planner™. Proactive seniors who prearrange protect their loved ones from additional stress at a difficult time and choose the funeral arrangements they truly want for their final farewell. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Diane Nowak, General Manager Dignity Memorials 708-385-0132.

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Weinstein & Piser Funeral Home (ad on page 35) 111 Skokie Blvd, Skokie 60091 847-256-5700

Wm H Scott Funeral Home (ad on page 35) 1100 Greenleaf Ave, Wilmette 60091 847-251-8200

Woodlawn Funeral Home & Memorial Park

(ad on page 35) 7750 W Cermak Rd, Forest Park 60130 708-442-8500

GERIATRIC CARE MANAGEMENT

LifeStyle Options, Inc

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Next Step Advocate

560 W Fay Ave, Elmhurst 60126 630-525-0056

North Shore Patient Advocates (ad on page 14)

150 S Wacker Dr, Ste 2400, Chicago 60606 847-612-6684

Watson Geriatric Services of Illinois, Inc – Kitty Watson Park Forest 60466 708-805-4095

GUARDIANSHIP Aging Life Care Association (ALCA) 520-881-8008 DuPage County Public Guardian 630-753-8073 Office of the State Guardian – Chicago 312-793-5900 Office of the Public Guardian – Cook County 312-433-4300

HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION & COUNSELING

Community Care Alliance of Illinois (ad on page 53)

332 S Green St, Ste 400, Chicago 60607 866-871-2305

HEARING RESOURCES American Speech-LanguageHearing Association 800-638-8255 Center for Otolaryngolology 9120 Columbia Av, Ste A, Munster 46321 219-961-3803 Chicago Hearing Society 2001 N Clybourn Av, 2nd Fl, Chicago 60614 773-248-9121 Deaf Services, Inc 6 E 67th Ave, Ste 3, Merrillville 46410 219-769-6506 DuPage Easter Seal Center 830 S Addison, Villa Park 60181 630-620-4433

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Hearing Helpline – Better Hearing Institute 800-327-9355 Illinois Dept of Human Services 800-843-6154 Illinois Deaf & Hard of Hearing Commission 1630 S Sixth St, Springfield 62703 217-557-4495 ITAC – Illinois Telecommunications 3001 Montvale Dr, Ste D, Springfield 62704 217-698-4170

DuPage Home Maintenance Prog 2200 S Main St, Lombard 60148 630-620-0804 DuPage Senior Citizens Council 2200 S Main St, Ste 308, Lombard 60148 630-620-0804 Illinois Division of Rehab Services 800-843-6154

LeafGuard By Beldon Home Solutions (ad on page 38) 161 Tower Dr, Ste H, Burr Ridge 60527 630-920-1651

National Residential Improvement 877-591-2672

National Hearing Aid Bank / Hear Now 800-648-4327

Ramp Up, LLC – United Cerebral Palsy 547 W Jackson Blvd #225, Chicago 60661 708-444-8460

National Institute on Deafness 800-241-1044

Rural Assistance Center 800-270-1898

The Americans For Better Hearing Foundation 7630 S County Line Rd #1, Burr Ridge 60527 630-321-3555

HOME IMPROVEMENTS & MODIFICATIONS

Custom Windows by Beldon Home Solutions (ad on page 39) 161 Tower Dr, Ste H, Burr Ridge 60527 630-920-1651 Division Rehab Services 1617 W Jefferson St, Joliet 60435 815-730-4200

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Hearing Aid Helpline 800-521-5247

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HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Providing/selling medical supplies, oxygen and respiratory equipment, wheelchairs, and diabetic supplies for home use. Some companies provide specialized convenience for your home (walk-in tubs, stair lifts, elevators, etc). Many companies directly bill Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. Illinois Association for Medical Equipment Services 4700 Lakehurst Ct #225, Dublin OH 43016 614-652-9928 Continued on page 43

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Mastectomy fitting & supplies Strength & rehabilitation Urologic & incontinence supplies

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What You Should Know About DME and Medicare

Sometimes it can be very challenging to understand the in’s and out of how to get durable medical equipment (DME) covered with Medicare. There are a few things that you should know as you go through the process.

The first thing that you need to understand is how durable medical equipment (DME) is defined. Medicare considers medical equipment as durable medical equipment based on the following criteria: n It must be deemed medically necessary by your doctor or primary care provider (to help a medical condition or injury) n The doctor must provide an order or prescription for it n It must be durable (can be used repeatedly) n It must be suitable for use in your home (can also be used outside of the home) n It must be likely to last for at least 3 years The next thing that is important for you to understand in regards to DME and Medicare is your Medicare coverage type. Knowing your Medicare coverage type will help determine what and how Medicare will pay. Medicare Part B will cover DME that you can use in the home. While Medicare Part A covers DME for use when your are in a skilled nursing facility or a hospital. Some of the common types of DME covered by Medicare include, but is not limited to the following:

• Canes • Crutches • Walkers • Wheelchairs • Bedside commode chairs • Hospital beds • Seat lifts • Home oxygen equipment The last thing that I would like share and ask that you keep in mind, is that the amount that Medicare pays for your DME may vary. An example of the variation would be Medicare pays 80 percent and you are responsible for paying the other 20 percent. There are several factors that are considered and determine how much Medicare pays for your DME. Those factors include, but is not limited to Medicare competitive bidding program. Medicare now uses a competitive bidding program which changes the amount that Medicare pays for certain DME. Under this program you may be required to use certain suppliers and other terms and conditions may apply. For more information and/or to clarify any questions or concerns that you have regarding any of the contents in this article please call Medicare directly. For DME questions and or orders please feel free to contact your local Walgreens Home Health and DME Solution Center. ~

Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Corlette Thomas, Home Health Care Department Lead, Walgreens Home Health & DME Solution Center, Northwestern Outpatient Pavilion, 312-6496707, hc15971@walgreens.com.

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Walgreens Home Health Care (ad on pages 40-41) – 1 028 S Elmhurst Rd, Mt Prospect 60056 847-437-1858 – 7 113 W Cermak Rd, Berwyn 60402 708-795-9030 – 7 510 S Western Ave, Chicago 60645 773-764-1765 – 3 33 Ridge Rd, Wilmette 60091 847-256-1000 – 1 0639 S Cicero Ave, Oak Lawn 60453 708-424-3594 – 1 903 Calumet Ave, Valparaiso 46383 219-462-6172 – 1 1 E 75th St, Chicago 60619 773-224-2899 – 2 59 E Erie St, NMH Outpatient Care Pavilion, Ste 250, Chicago 60611 312-649-6707 – 7 200 W North Ave, Elmwood Park 60707 708-456-8810

HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LOAN CLOSETS

Des Plaines Community & Frisbie Senior Center 52 E Northwest Hwy, Des Plaines 60016 847-768-5944 Hanover Township Senior Center 240-S IL Rt 59, Bartlett 60103 630-837-0301 Hoffman Estates Health & Human Services 1900 Hassell Rd, Hoffman Estates 60195 847-781-4850 Lincolnwood Community Center 6900 N Lincoln Ave, Lincolnwood 60712 847-677-9740 Morton Grove Civic Center 6140 Dempster St, Morton Grove 60053 847-470-5246 Mount Prospect Human Svcs Dept 50 S Emerson St, Mt Prospect 60056 847-870-5680 Niles Senior Center 999 Civic Center Dr, Niles 60714 847-588-8420

The following organizations loan medical equipment to those in need.

Northbrook Park District Senior Ctr 3323 Walters Ave, Northbrook 60062 847-291-2988

Arlington Heights Senior Center 1801 W Central Rd, Arlington Hts 60005 847-797-5315

North Shore Senior Center 161 Northfield Rd, Northfield 60093 847-784-6040

Barrington Area Council on Aging 6000 Garlands Ln, Ste 100, Barrington 60010 847-381-5030

Oak Park Township 105 S Oak Park Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-383-8005

City of Prospect Heights 8 N Elmhurst Rd, Prospect Heights 60070 847-398-6070

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HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LOAN CLOSETS continued Palatine Township Senior Citizens Council 505 S Quentin Rd, Palatine 60067 847-991-1112

Age Navigation 877-672-8674 Aging & Tech Research Center 716-829-6740

Park Ridge Community Church 100 S Courtland Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-823-3164

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention 800-232-6348

Park Ridge Senior Citizens Center 100 S Western Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-692-3597

Downers Grove Police Station (Cell Phone for Seniors) 630-434-5600

Riverside Township Nurses Closet 27 Riverside Rd, Riverside 60546 708-442-4400

Downers Grove Police Station (Elder Service Officer Unit) 630-434-5600

Rolling Meadows Park District 3705 Pheasant Dr, Rolling Meadows 60008 847-818-3200

DuPage County Sheriff’s Dept (Guardian Program) 630-682-7256

Senior Assistance Center 7774 W Irving Park Dr, Norridge 60706 708-456-7979 Sheila Ray Adult Ctr of Elk Grove 225 E Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-364-7224 Village of Glenview Senior Svcs 1225 Waukegan Rd, Glenview 60025 847-904-4366 Village of Morton Grove 6101 Capulina Ave, Morton Grove 60053 847-663-6161 Village of Skokie 5127 Oakton St, Skokie 60007 847-933-8208 Wheeling Senior Center 199 N First St, Wheeling 60090 847-459-2670 44

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Humanitarian Service Project of DuPage 630-221-8340 National Council on Aging 202-479-1200 Nursing Life Stage Solutions 866-416-4980

HOSPITALS AMITA Health – Adventist Medical Ctr GlenOaks 70 Winthrop Ave, Glendale Hgts 60139 630-545-8000 – Adventist Medical Ctr Hinsdale 120 N Oak St, Hinsdale 60521 630-856-9000 – Adventist Medical Ctr La Grange 5101 S Willow Springs Rd, La Grange 60525 708-245-9000

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Advocate Health – G  ood Samaritan Hospital 3815 Highland Av, Downers Grove 60515 630-275-5900 – G  ood Shepherd Hospital 450 W Hwy 22, Barrington 60010 847-381-0123 – L utheran General Hospital 1775 Dempster St, Park Ridge 60068 847-723-2210 – S herman Hospital 1425 N Randall Rd, Elgin 60123 847-742-9800  Chicago Behavioral Hospital 555 Wilson Ln, Des Plaines 60016-1290 847-768-5430 Edward Hospital – Main Campus 801 S Washington St, Naperville 60540 630-527-3000 Elmhurst Memorial Hospital – Main Campus 155 E Brush Hill Rd, Elmhurst 60126 331-221-4095 Gottlieb Memorial Hospital 701 W North Ave, Melrose Park 60160 708-681-3200 

Kindred Hospital Chicago Northlake 365 E North Ave, Northlake 60164 708-345-8100 Linden Oaks Hospital 801 S Washington St, Naperville 60540 630-305-5500 Loyola University Medical Center 2160 S First Ave, Maywood 60153 708-216-9000  MacNeal Hospital 3249 S Oak Park Ave, Berwyn 60402 708-783-9100 Marianjoy Rehabilitation Center 26W171 Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-462-4000

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– Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital 1650 Moon Lake Blvd, Hoffman Estates 60169 800-432-5005 – Alexian Brothers Medical Center 800 Biesterfield Rd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-437-5500 – S t Alexius Medical Ctr 1555 Barrington Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169 847-843-2000

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NorthShore University HealthSystem – E vanston Hospital 2650 Ridge Ave, Evanston 60201 847-570-2000 – G  lenbrook Hospital 2100 Pfingsten Rd, Glenview 60026 847-657-5800 – S kokie Hospital 9600 Gross Point Rd, Skokie 60076 847-677-9600  Northwest Community Hospital 800 W Central Rd, Arlington Hts 60005 847-618-1000 Presence Health – H  oly Family Medical Ctr 100 N River Rd, Des Plaines 60016 847-297-1800 – S aint Francis Hospital 355 Ridge Ave, Evanston 60202 847-316-4000  – S aint Joseph Hospital 77 N Airlite St, Elgin 60123 847-695-3200  Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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HOSPITALS continued Riveredge Hospital 8311 W Roosevelt Rd, Forest Park 60130 708-771-7000 RML Specialty Hospital 5601 S County Line Rd, Hinsdale 60521 630-286-4000 Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare System 1400 E Irving Park Rd, Streamwood 60107 630-837-9000 West Suburban Medical Center 3 Erie Ct, Oak Park 60302 708-383-6200 Westlake Hospital 1225 Lake St, Melrose Park 60160 708-681-3000 

HOUSING PLACEMENT & RESOURCE SPECIALISTS

Silver Connections

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LEGAL SERVICES (NO FEE) Center for Disability & Elder Law 1111 E 60th St, Chicago 60637 312-376-1880 Chicago Bar Association Lawyer Referral 312-554-2001 Chicago Metro Legal Assistance 120 S LaSalle, Ste 900, Chicago 60603 312-341-1070 Elder Justice Center Cook County 312-603-9233

Illinois Legal Aid 17 N State St, Ste 1590, Chicago 60602 312-977-9047 John Marshall VA Legal Aid Clinic 315 S Plymouth Ct, Chicago 60604 312-360-2656 LAF 312-229-6080 Law Elder Law 1225 Corporate Dr, Ste 104, Aurora 60505 800-810-3100 Prairie State Legal Services, Inc 6 W Jefferson St, LL, Joliet 60435 815-727-5123

LIBRARIES National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) 888-657-7323

ADDISON Addison Public Library 4 Friendship Plaza, Addison 60101 630-543-3617

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Arlington Heights Memorial Library 500 N Dunton Ave, Arlington Hts 60004 847-392-0100

AURORA Aurora Public Library 1 E Benton Dr, Aurora 60504 630-264-4100 – West Branch 233 S Constitution Dr, Aurora 60504 630-264-3600 Continued on page 48

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LIBRARIES continued from page 46 – E ola Road Branch 555 E Eola Rd, Ste 2, Aurora 60504 630-264-4106 – E xpress Center 1100 Church Rd, Aurora 60504 630-723-2705

BARRINGTON Barrington Public Library District 505 N Northwest Hwy, Barrington 60010 847-382-1300 BARTLETT Bartlett Public Library District 800 S Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 60103 630-837-2855 BELLWOOD Bellwood Public Library 600 Bohland Ave, Bellwood 60104 708-547-7393 BENSENVILLE Bensenville Community Public Library District 200 S Church Rd, Bensenville 60106 630-766-4642 BERKELEY Berkeley Public Library 1637 N Taft Ave, Berkeley 60163 708-544-6017

BROADVIEW Broadview Public Library District 2226 S 16th Ave, Broadview 60155 708-345-1325 BROOKFIELD Brookfield Public Library 3609 Grand Blvd, Brookfield 60513 708-485-6917 CAROL STREAM Carol Stream Public Library 616 Hiawatha Dr, Carol Stream 60188 630-653-0755 Chicago Ridge Public Library 10400 S Oxford Ave, Chicago Ridge 60415 708-423-7753 CICERO Cicero Public Library 5225 W Cermak Rd, Cicero 60804 708-652-8084 – S outh Branch 5444 W 34th St, Cicero 60804 708-863-8440 CLARENDON HILLS Clarendon Hills Public Library 7 N Prospect Ave, Clarendon Hills 60514 630-323-8188

BERWYN Berwyn Public Library 2701 S Harlem Ave, Berwyn 60402 708-795-8000

DARIEN Indian Prairie Public Library District R 401 Plainfield Rd, Darien 60561 630-887-8760

BLOOMINGDALE Bloomingdale Public Library 101 Fairfield Way, Bloomingdale 60108 630-556-7137

DEERFIELD Deerfield Public Library 920 Waukegan RD, Deerfield 60015 847-945-3311

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DOWNERS GROVE Downers Grove Public Library 1050 Curtiss St, Downers Grove 60515 630-960-1200 EAST DUNDEE Dundee Twp Public Library District 555 Barrington Ave, East Dundee 60118 847-428-3661 ELGIN Gail Borden Public Library District 270 North Grove Ave, Elgin 60120 847-742-2411 ELK GROVE VILLAGE Elk Grove Village Public Library 1001 Wellington Av, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-439-0447 ELMHURST Elmhurst Public Library 125 S Prospect Ave, Elmhurst 60126 630-279-8696 ELMWOOD PARK Elmwood Park Public Library 1 Conti Pkwy, Elmwood Park 60707 708-453-7645 EVANSTON Evanston Public Library 1703 Orrington Ave, Evanston 60201 847-448-8600 – N  orth Branch 2026 Central St, Evanston 60201 847-866-0330

– S outh Branch 949 Chicago Ave, Evanston 60201 847-866-0333

FOREST PARK Forest Park Public Library 7555 Jackson Blvd, Forest Park 60130 708-366-7171 FRANKLIN PARK Franklin Park Public Library District 10311 Grand Ave, Franklin Park 60131 847-455-6016 GLEN ELLYN Glen Ellyn Public Library 400 Duane St, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-469-0879

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GLENCOE Glencoe Public Library 320 Park Ave, Glencoe 60022 847-835-5056 GLENDALE HEIGHTS Glenside Public Library District 25 E Fullerton Ave, Glendale Hgts 60139 630-260-1550 GLENVIEW Glenview Public Library 1930 Glenview Rd, Glenview 60025 847-729-7500 HARWOOD HEIGHTS Eisenhower Public Library District 4613 N Oketo Ave, Harwood Hts 60706 708-867-7828 HILLSIDE Hillside Public Library 405 N Hillside Ave, Hillside 60162 708-449-7510 Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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LIBRARIES continued HINSDALE Hinsdale Public Library 20 E Maple St, Hinsdale 60521 630-986-1976 HODGKINS Hodgkins Public Library District 6500 Wenz Ave, Hodgkins 60525 708-579-1844 HOFFMAN ESTATES Hoffman Estates Branch Library 1550 Hassell Rd, Hoffman Estates 60525 847-885-3511 ITASCA Itasca Community Library 500 W Irving Park Rd, Itasca 60143 630-773-1699 LA GRANGE La Grange Public Library 10 W Cossitt Ave, La Grange 60525 708-352-0576 LA GRANGE PARK La Grange Park Public Library District 555 N La Grange Rd, La Grange Pk 60526 708-352-0100 LINCOLNWOOD Lincolnwood Public Library District 4000 W Pratt Ave, Lincolnwood 60712 847-677-5277 LISLE Lisle Library District 777 Front St, Lisle 60532 630-971-1675

LOMBARD Helen M Plum Memorial Library 110 W Maple St, Lombard 60148 630-627-0316 LYONS Lyons Public Library 4209 Joliet Ave, Lyons 60534 708-447-3577 MAYWOOD Maywood Public Library District 121 S Fifth Ave, Maywood 60153 708-343-1847 MCCOOK McCook Public Library District 8419 W 50th St, McCook 60525 708-442-1242 MELROSE PARK Melrose Park Public Library 801 N Broadway St, Melrose Park 60160 708-343-3391 MORTON GROVE Morton Grove Public Library 6140 Lincoln Ave, Morton Grove 60053 847-965-4220 MOUNT PROSPECT Mount Prospect Public Library 10 S Emerson St, Mount Prospect 60056 847-253-5675 NAPERVILLE Naper Boulevard Library 2035 S Naper Blvd, Naperville 60540 630-961-4100

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95th St Library 3015 Cedar Glade Dr, Naperville 60540 630-961-4100

Oak Park Public Library 834 Lake St, Oak Park 60301 708-383-8200

NILES Niles Public Library District 6960 Oakton St, Niles 60714 847-663-1234

PALATINE Palatine Public Library District 700 N North Ct, Palatine 60067 847-358-5881 – R  and Road Branch 1585 Rand Rd, Palatine 60067 847-202-1194

NORTH RIVERSIDE North Riverside Public Library District 2400 S Des Plaines Av, North Riverside 60546 708-447-0869 NORTHBROOK Northbrook Public Library 1201 Cedar Ln, Northbrook 60062 847-272-6224 NORTHFIELD Northfield Branch 1785 Orchard Ln, Northfield 60062 847-446-5990 NORTHLAKE Northlake Public Library District 231 N Wolf Rd, Northlake 60164 708-562-2301 OAK BROOK Oak Brook Public Library 600 Oak Brook Rd, Oak Brook 60523 630-368-7700 OAK PARK Dole Branch Library 255 Augusta, Oak Park 60453 708-386-9032

PARK RIDGE Park Ridge Public Library 20 S Prospect Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-825-3123

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LIBRARIES continued ROLLING MEADOWS Biblioteca Del Centro 2268 Algonquin Rd, Rolling Meadows 60008 847-506-2060 Rolling Meadows Library 3110 Martin Ln, Rolling Meadows 60008 847-259-6050

ROSELLE Roselle Public Library District 40 South Park St, Roselle 60172 630-529-1641

SCHILLER PARK Schiller Park Public Library 4200 Old River Rd, Schiller Park 60176 847-678-0433

SKOKIE Skokie Public Library 5215 Oakton St, Skokie 60077 847-673-7774

STREAMWOOD Poplar Creek Public Library District 1405 South Park Ave, Streamwood 60107 630-837-6800

VILLA PARK Villa Park Public Library 305 S Ardmore Ave, Villa Park 60106 630-834-1164

WARRENVILLE Warrenville Public Library District 28W751 Stafford Pl, Warrenville 60555 630-393-1171 WESTCHESTER Westchester Public Library 10700 Canterbury St, Westchester 60154 708-562-3573 WESTERN SPRINGS Thomas Ford Memorial Library 800 Chestnut St, Western Springs 60558 708-246-0520 WESTMONT Westmont Public Library 428 N Cass Ave, Westmont 60559 630-969-5625 WHEATON Wheaton Public Library 225 N Cross St, Wheaton 60187 630-668-1374 WHEELING Indian Trails Public Library District 355 S Schoenbeck Rd, Wheeling 60090 847-459-4100 WILMETTE Wilmette Public Library District 1242 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette 60091 847-256-5025 WINNETKA Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District 768 Oak St, Winnetka 60093 847-446-7220

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WOOD DALE Wood Dale Public Library 520 N Wood Dale Rd, Wood Dale 60191 630-766-6762 WOODRIDGE Woodridge Public Library 3 Plaza Dr, Woodridge 60517 630-964-7899

MASSAGE THERAPY Chicago Dept of Senior Services 6117 S Kedzie Ave, Chicago 60629 312-747-0440

Lunes Lionessa Massage Therapy 630-688-8506

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WINFIELD Winfield Public Library 0S291 Winfield Rd, Winfield 60190 630-653-7599

Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program 800-582-3337

Are you eligible for Medicare? Community Care Alliance of Illinois, NFP is a Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plan. Our team is ready to answer your Medicare questions. We are committed to guiding you through the process, so that you can make an informed decision about your health plan.

To learn more, call 1-855-275-2781 (TTY 711) or visit us online at www.ccaillinois.com/medicare Community Care Alliance of Illinois, NFP (CCAI, NFP) is a HMO plan sponsor contracted with Medicare and the Illinois Medicaid program. Enrollment in a CCAI, NFP plan depends on contract renewal. Community Care Alliance of Illinois, NFP complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 1-855-275-2781 (TTY: 711). UWAGA: Jeżeli mówisz po polsku, możesz skorzystać z bezpłatnej pomocy językowej. Zadzwoń pod numer 1-855-275-2781 (TTY: 711). H3071_MK X037_099_081215

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Medicare 2017 “In A Nutshell” (Parts A, B & Medigap Plans) Original Medicare is a government health insurance program primarily for people age 65 and older. It has four main parts: A, B, C & D. The chart below is an example of how Parts A & B work together with a traditional Medicare supplement also known as a “Medigap Plan.” Medicare Part A Hospital Insurance

Medicare Part B Medical Insurance

Supplemental Policy Plans A - N Medigap

Generally no cost (If you paid Medicare taxes while working)

Most people pay monthly $104.90 - $121.86 (Premium could be higher based on income) $166 annual deductible.

Premium varies by company, age, location & other factors.

$1,288 deductible (per hospital stay) It is possible to pay $1,260 several times a year. Plan covers: Inpatient hospital care, home health care services, hospice, inpatient skilled nursing & more. Providers are paid by Medicare assignment. No coverage outside USA. No out-of-pocket maximum. Many people add a Medigap plan, Part D or an Advantage Plan (Part C) to fill the “gaps” in the coverage.

80/20 after deductible. Plan covers: health care providers, ambulance, emergency care, outpatient surgical, preventive services and other Medicare approved benefits.

These plans generally pay the Part A & B deductibles, the 20% not covered by Part B & other Medicare eligible benefits. When this coordinates with Medicare, many benefits are 100% covered Plans coordinate with any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare

Most doctors accept Medicare patients.

Can provide benefits outside USA

No coverage outside the USA. No out-of-pocket maximum. Many people add a Medigap plan, Part D or an Advantage Plan (Part C) to fill the “gaps” in the coverage.

Plans are only available through insurance companies. Need to add a Part D plan to cover prescription drugs & avoid penalties. Must have Part A & B to enroll.

For more information visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE. There is no additional cost to use the services of a full time insurance professional. Please call us or a broker in your local area for additional assistance. This article was written by Craig N. Anderson, President of Anderson Benefits, Inc. located in Salt Lake City, Utah. To contact call: 877-363-9575 or craig@andersonbenefits.com 54 DUPAGE, WEST AND NORTHWEST SUBURBAN COOK COUNTY – FEBRUARY-JULY 2017


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(Part C Advantage Plans & Part D) Medicare Advantage plans are governed by Medicare. They are only offered through insurance companies that have an annual contract with Medicare. They are NOT the same as Medigap policies. They must cover all Medicare approved services. Most Advantage plans include Part D prescription drug coverage. Advantage Plans Part C INSTEAD of a Medigap Plan (A-N)

Medicare Part D Drug Program

Premium varies by company and coverage. (Same premium for all ages).

Premium varies by company and coverage. (Same premium for all ages).

Part B premium ($104.90 - $121.80) is still paid (Premium can be higher depending on income)

Plans are generally a variation of the following:

There are many plan types available: PPO, HMO, PFFS, etc. Plans have co-pays and /or coinsurance for covered benefits & services.

Deductible (Phase I) $0 - $400 deductible Initial Coverage (Phase II) co-pay coverage until the total cost of the drugs = $3,750

Plans have an annual out-of pocket maximum.

Coverage Gap (Phase III) The member now pays almost all costs: 51% coinsurance or co-pay for covered generic drugs. 40% coinsurance for covered brand name drugs. You stay here until member has paid $4,950

Plans may have additional services and discounts, including dental, vision, gym membership & more.

Catastrophic Coverage (Phase IV) For the remaining calendar year, covered drugs are: $3.30 / $8.25 or 5% depending on drug tier.

There is an Annual Election Period (AEP) which runs from October 15 - December 7 of each year. This is time to make changes in company or coverage.

Part D can be separate with medigap & PFFS plans. There is a penalty for late enrollment into Part D.

Must have Part A & B to enroll.

Must have Part A or B to enroll.

Preventive care is covered 100%.

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Annual Election Period is Oct 15 - Dec 7 each year

For more information visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE. This information is the opinion of the author and intended as an easy to read summary. This is not a contract. Additional limitations and exclusions may apply to services. In the event of any inconsistencies with Medicare or with a published medical insurers certificate, the certificate / Medicare will control. Prepared 11/2016 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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Life Care Funding Introduces To Help Seniors Pay Long term Care for Long-Term Care Benefit Plan Life Care Funding introduces an innovative Long Term Care Benefit as a financial tool to help families struggling with the cost of long term care. The Senior Long Term Care Benefit program converts a life insurance policy into a monthly benefit that pays for any form of Senior Long term Care including Homecare, Assisted Living, Nursing Home, Memory Care, and Hospice. This benefit is not to be confused with long term care insurance, an annuity, or a policy loan. The LongTerm Care Benefit has no waiting periods to qualify, no limitations, no premium payments, and no cost to apply. Instead of lapsing or surrendering a life insurance policy, the death benefit is converted into a “living benefit” in the form of an irrevocable, FDIC insured account that makes monthly payments automatically to the account holder’s (the senior) choice of care provider. “Most people don’t realize that a life insurance policy is an asset that they are legally entitled to convert into another form of coverage instead of lapsing or surrendering their policy”; said Horace Mann Nowell,

Jr., CSA. Life Care Funding is proud to give seniors a quick and simple option to convert a life insurance policy’s death benefit into a Long Term Care Senior Benefit and immediately use it toward care.” The “LTC Benefit Plan” is an accepted form of payment for Senior Care services across the U.S. It keeps the account holder private pay, delays their possible need to go on Medicaid and allows them choice of provider. The “LTC Benefit Plan” is considered tax advantaged and a qualified Medicaid spend-down. “Seniors don’t want to go onto Medicaid and move into a nursing home;” said Horace, “and a big advantage of the “LTC Benefit Plan” is that it allows for immediate use, and as care needs change, the flexibility to adjust the care from one form to another.”~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Horace Mann Nowell, Jr., CSA, Senior Financial Services Advisor, Horace Mann & Associates. For More Information contact him at Horacemann.advisorchgo@gmail.com, 773-415-2492.

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National Care Planning Council 800-989-8137 Medicare & Medicaid Claims 800-633-4227 Medicare/Medicaid Fraud Hotline 800-447-8477 Medicaid Hotline 800-221-3943 Medicare Helpline 800-MEDICARE My Medicare Matters – NCOA 571-527-3900 Senior Medicare Patrol Project 866-836-7677 SHIP Senior Health Insurance Progs 800-548-9034

MENTAL HEALTH & COUNSELING American Psychological Association 800-964-2000 AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital 1650 Moon Lake Blvd, Hoffman Estates 60169 800-432-5005 DuPage Community Clinic 1506 E Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-682-0639 DuPage Cty Mental Health Dept Crisis Unit 630-627-1700 Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare – Behavioral Health Services 183 N York Rd, Elmhurst 60126 630-941-4577 Greater Lawn Mental Health Ctr 4150 W 55th St, Chicago 60632 312-747-1020

Illinois Dept of Human Services 800-643-4154 Metropolitan Family Services DuPage – Senior Services – 2 09 N York Rd, Elmhurst 60126 630-833-1353 – 2 7475 Ferry Rd #120, Warrenville 60555 630-717-0447 – 2 22 E Willow Ave, Wheaton 60187 630-784-4800 – 1 999 W 75th St, Woodridge 60517 630-784-4979 National Alliance for the Mentally Ill 312-563-0445 National Alliance on Mental Health 800-950-6264

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National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 703-524-7600 National Alliance on Mental Illness – DuPage County 2100 Manchester Rd, Bldg B, Ste 925, Wheaton 60187 630-752-0066 National Institute of Mental Health 866-615-6464 National Mental Health Association 800-969-6642 National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-TALK Outreach Community Center 345 S President St, Carol Stream 60188 630-260-7600 Roseland Mental Health Center 28 E 112th Pl, Chicago 60628 312-747-7320

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What is Magnetic Resonance Have you ever called a hospital Imaging (MRI)? to schedule an MRI and been placed on hold for 15 minutes only to be disconnected?

Have you ever gone to the hospital for an MRI and had to walk from the parking garage down long hallways to one registration desk only to find out you had to walk to the other end of the hospital to the MRI suite. Did you ever wonder, what exactly is an MRI and CT and how safe are they?

Why Choose Progressive Radiology? We have earned our reputation for excellence by performing specially tailored examinations for your exact clinical problem and providing rapid, accurate interpretations. At Progressive Radiology we offer: n

What is Magnetic Resonance Imaging? n

Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, uses a strong magnet and radio waves to provide clear and detailed diagnostic images of internal body organs. Not only does MRI avoid exposure to x-rays, it also allows evaluation of body structures that may not be as visible with x-ray, CT, or other diagnostic imaging methods. What is Computed Tomography? Computed Tomography (CT), also called a CAT scan, uses x-ray and computer equipment to produce images of the body. Our modern multidetector CT scanners acquire images rapidly. Powerful computers are used to modify the images so that they can emphasize diverse tissue types such as bone, lung, solid organs or blood vessels. Our equipment is specially designed to minimize radiation exposure so it is completely safe for the patient.

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Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Michelle Bacon, Clinical Liaison. Reach her at 708-351-4609, mbacon @prad.net or www.progressiveradiology. net.

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Why do Seniors Prefer Progressive Radiology? ◆ We accept Medicare ◆ First floor access— no stairs to climb

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(ad on page 59) – 1 50 N Michigan Av, Ste 250, Chicago 60601 312-795-9800 – 7 152 Carpenter Rd, Skokie 60077 847-329-1674 – 8 20 E Terra Cotta Ave, Ste 136, Crystal Lake 60014 815-444-1330 – 7 20 E Rand Rollins Rd, Round Lake Beach 60073 847-546-3600 – 7 711 W 159th St, Tinley Park 60477 708-444-2101

PET CARE & SERVICES Cook County Animal Control 708-974-6140 DuPage County Animal Care & Control 421 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-407-6500 Illinois Wildlife Control 815-337-2719 Therapy Dogs International 708-978-3048

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Walgreens

(ad on page 61) 1-800-Walgreens – 1 6 E Lake St, Addison 60101 630-832-7821 – 3 E Golf Rd, Arlington Heights 60005 847-593-6650

– 2 35 E Palatine Rd, Arlington Hts 60004 847-394-2420 – 1 711 W Campbell St, Arlington Hts 60005 847-577-7099 – 1 000 E Northwest Hwy, Arlington Hts 60004 847-259-4646 – 2 501 Waukegan Rd, Bannockburn 60015 847-940-8104 – 8 99 S IL Route 59, Bartlett 60103 630-213-5995 – 5 W Irving Park Rd, Bensenville 60106 630-350-1178 – 6 800 Ogden Ave, Berwyn 60402 708-749-9061 – 3 249 Oak Park Av #T1201, Berwyn 60402 708-484-6693 – 7 113 Cermak Rd, Berwyn 60402 708-795-9030 – 2 70 W Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108 630-295-8876 – 1 80 E Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108 630-894-3276 – 1 01 Lily Cache Ln, Bolingbrook 60440 630-759-3011 – 1 295 Lily Cache Ln, Bolingbrook 60490 630-226-5839 – 6 80 E Boughton Rd, Bolingbrook 60440 630-783-3916 – 6 95 W Boughton Rd, Bolingbrook 60440 630-771-1494 – 8 000 Broadview Village Sq, Broadview 60155 708-410-2957 – 1 600 W Roosevelt Rd, Broadview 60155 708-343-5323

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Walgreens Offers Seniors Health Solutions Did you know? 3 Immunizations including Shingles, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough, Meningitis, and Flu Vaccine 3 Free blood pressure screenings offered daily by licensed pharmacists 3 Variety of home care supplies available in stores 3 Convenient drive thru locations 3 Additional product selection at walgreens.com 3 Options to save you time and money 3 Senior Day first Tuesday of every month 3 Medicare Part B Diabetic testing supplies

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Walgreens continued – 1 701 N Buffalo Grove Rd, Buffalo Grove 60089 847-955-9361 – 1 225 W Dundee Rd, Buffalo Grove 60089 847-368-1998 – 1 5 N Buffalo Grove Rd, Buffalo Grove 60089 847-520-7220 – 5 40 N Schmale Rd, Carol Stream 60188 630-933-9558 – 3 000 S Halsted St, Chicago 60608 312-22-0537 – 5 01 W Roosevelt Rd, Chicago 60607 312-492-8559 – 1 931 W Cermak Rd, Chicago 60608 773-847-5781 – 3 401 W Roosevelt Rd, Chicago 60624 773-542-1232 – 2 E Roosevelt Rd, Chicago 60605 312-212-1583 – 1 926 W 35th St, Chicago 60609 773-254-5523 – 3 16 W Cermak Rd, Chicago 60616 312-791-0392 – 3 045 W 26th St, Chicago 60623 773-254-3316 – 4 005 W 26th St, Chicago 60623 773-521-9504 – 3 303 W 26th St #101, Chicago 60623 773-521-1718 – 4 800 W Cermak Rd, Cicero 60804 708-863-7734 – 3 040 S Cicero Ave, Cicero 60804 708-391-2118 – 5 840 W 35th St, Cicero 60804 708-780-7513

– 5 932 W Cermak Rd, Cicero 60804 708-652-4856 – 7 516 S Cass Ave #1, Darien 60561 630-964-4242 – 8 300 Lemont Rd, Darien 60561 630-985-6419 – 1 08 Wilmot Rd, Deerfield 60015 847-580-0000 – 7 80 Waukegan Rd, Deerfield 60015 847-945-0611 – 1 858 E Oakton St #1, Des Plaines 60018 847-299-6611 – 1 378 Miner St, Des Plaines 60016 847-296-3958 – 1 7 W Golf Rd, Des Plaines 60016 847-296-5145 – 1 N Broadway St, Des Plaines 60016 847-827-7556 – 2 1 Rand Rd, Des Plaines 60016 847-827-9659 – 1 000 Ogden Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-493-1567 – 6 240 Belmont Rd, Downers Grove 60516 630-960-4160 – 9 30 Elk Grove Town Ctr, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-439-4710 – 6 41 Meacham Rd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-352-4061 – 1 435 Randall Rd #101, Elgin 60123 847-531-5893 – 1 60 N Robert T Palmer Dr, Elmhurst 60126 630-782-1703 – 1 55 E Brush Hill Rd #D1543, Elmhurst 60126 630-833-3724 – 7 200 W North Ave, Elmwood Park 60707 708-456-8810 – 2 828 N Harlem Ave, Elmwood Park 60707 708-583-0170

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– 3 20 Waukegan Ave, Highwood 60040 847-433-5138 – 4 730 Butterfield Rd, Hillside 60162 708-547-6316 – 2 151 S Wolf Rd, Hillside 60162 708-562-6105 – 1 5 Grant Sq, Hinsdale 60521 630-323-7059 – 1 000 N Roselle Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169 847-882-7240 – 1 550 W Algonquin Rd, Hoffman Estates 60192 847-705-7940 – 2 560 W Golf Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169 847-843-0440 – 1 325 E Irving Park Rd, Itasca 60143 630-875-0244 – 2 N La Grange Rd, La Grange 60525 708-352-3116 – 6 600 Willow Springs Rd, La Grange Highlands 60525 708-588-1253 – 1 2700 Rockland Rd, Lake Bluff 60044 847-615-2088 – 2 96 E Deerpath, Lake Forest 60045 847-234-2413 – 1 770 N Milwaukee Av, Libertyville 60048 847-327-9706 – 1 470 S Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville 60048 847-247-0682 – 2 25 Milwaukee Ave, Lincolnshire 60069 847-913-1627 – 6 798 N Lincoln Ave, Lincolnwood 60712 847-674-6350 – 1 010 Maple Ave, Lisle 60532 630-353-0252 – 3 09 W St Charles Rd, Lombard 60148 630-953-0508 Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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– 6 35 Chicago Ave # 13, Evanston 60202 847-864-8120 – 9 00 Dodge Ave, Evanston 60202 847-475-7287 – 2 100 Green Bay Rd, Evanston 60201 847-475-0996 – 7 200 Roosevelt Rd, Forest Park 60130 708-366-9534 – 9 595 Grand Ave, Franklin Park 60131 847-455-6876 – 3 24 Roosevelt Rd, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-858-2930 – 8 40 N Main St, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-790-2087 – 6 3 Green Bay Rd, Glencoe 60022 847-835-8417 – 3 53 Park Ave #1, Glencoe 60022 847-835-0387 – 2 040 Glen Ellyn Rd, Glendale Hts 60139 630-539-6597 – 1 403 Waukegan Rd, Glenview 60025 847-998-1442 – 3 301 Glenview Rd, Glenview 60025 847-724-0759 – 4 339 DiPaolo Ctr, Glenview 60025 847-299-1920 – 2 690 Golf Rd, Glenview 60025 847-657-9863 – 2 871 Pfingsten Rd, Glenview 60026 847-559-9227 – 2 040 Army Trail Rd, Hanover Park 60133 630-830-6558 – 5 500 County Farm Rd, Hanover Pk 60133 630-213-1809 – 7 350 Barrington Rd, Hanover Pk 60133 630-289-4143 – 6 55 Elm Pl, Highland Park 60035 847-266-8520 – 6 32 Roger Williams Av, Highland Pk 60035 847-432-8170

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Walgreens continued – 2 25 E Roosevelt Rd, Lombard 60148 630-627-9784 – 4 101 1st Ave, Lyons 60534 708-447-6851 – 1 00 Lake St, Maywood 60153 708-344-9885 – 1 445 W North Ave, Melrose Park 60160 708-345-6080 – 9 301 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove 60053 847-965-2444 – 5 730 Dempster St, Morton Grove 60053 847-583-9309 – 1 701 E Kensington Rd, Mt Prospect 60056 847-635-9962 – 1 028 S Elmhurst Rd, Mount Prospect 60056 847-437-1858 – 7 01 S Midlothian Rd, Mundelein 60060 847-949-7198 – 9 51 N Hwy 83, Mundelein 60060 847-566-7208 – 3 45 N Lake St, Mundelein 60060 847-566-6001 – 4 00 S Main St #1, Naperville 60540 630-357-0676 – 3 035 Book Rd, Naperville 60564 630-904-4971 – 1 303 Wehrli Rd, Naperville 60565 630-428-0496 – 2 719 Hassert Blvd, Naperville 60564 630-922-6360 – 1 779 Sequoia Rd, Naperville 60540 630-416-8432

– 6 S235 Steeple Run Dr #103, Naperville 60540 630-717-9333 – 6 3 W 87th St, Naperville 60565 630-778-7645 – 2 111 Winding River Rd, Naperville 60564 630-904-4760 – 6 12 Raymond Dr, Naperville 60563 630-428-9171 – 7 13 E Ogden Ave, Naperville 60563 630-357-6820 – 5 600 W Touhy Ave, Niles 60714 847-588-1704 – 8 001 N Milwaukee Ave, Niles 60714 847-583-0409 – 9 000 N Greenwood Ave, Niles 60714 847-298-3050 – 4 820 N Cumberland Ave, Norridge 60706 708-583-2133 – 4 101 N Harlem Ave, Norridge 60706 708-457-0606 – 1 050 Waukegan Rd, Northbrook 60062 847-272-3155 – 1 825 Willow Rd, Northfield 60093 847-784-8032 – 6 E North Ave, Northlake 60164 708-836-0348 – 2 205 W 22nd St, Oak Brook 60523 630-928-0386 – 6 412 Roosevelt Rd, Oak Park 60304 708-386-9359 – 8 11 Madison St, Oak Park 60302 708-383-9009 – 1 2 N Northwest Hwy, Palatine 60067 847-359-3624 – 8 05 W Euclid Ave, Palatine 60067 847-303-5642 – 3 75 E Dundee Rd, Palatine 60074 847-934-5741

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– 1 0 E St Charles Rd, Villa Park 60181 630-832-6030 – 2 8W104 Warrenville Rd, Warrenville 60555 630-836-9416 – 1 0345 W Roosevelt Rd, Westchester 60154 708-681-4034 – 4 700 Gilbert Ave #58, Western Springs 60558 708-246-5120 – 1 E Ogden Ave, Westmont 60559 630-437-5137 – 8 W 63rd St, Westmont 60559 630-852-9390 – 1 0S370 Kingery Hwy, Westmont 60559 630-655-2733 – 2 020 S Naperville Rd, Wheaton 60189 630-682-2582 – 1 601 N Main St, Wheaton 60187 630-653-6940 – 2 191 W Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-668-3359 – 1 199 W Dundee Rd, Wheeling 60090 847-465-8682 – 1 0 N Milwaukee Ave, Wheeling 60090 847-215-8346 – 5 01 Plainfield Rd, Willowbrook 60527 630-789-1797 – 8 11 Green Bay Rd, Wilmette 60091 847-256-0881 – 3 232 Lake Ave, Wilmette 60091 847-251-1413 – 2 7W171 Geneva Rd, Winfield 60190 630-681-8482 – 2 5 N Winfield Rd, Winfield 60190 630-407-0340 – 2 501 75th St, Woodridge 60517 630-910-6142

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– 1 775 W Dempster St #T01116, Park Ridge 60068 847-692-2184 – 9 01 W Touhy Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-384-0125 – 8 00 Devon Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-825-7194 – 1 N Elmhurst Rd, Prospect Heights 60070 847-398-4673 – 7 251 Lake St, River Forest 60305 708-366-9960 – 8 361 Belmont Ave, River Grove 60171 708-452-8062 – 4 45 E Maple Ave, Roselle 60172 630-893-5171 – 1 461 W Schaumburg Rd, Schaumburg 60194 847-923-9183 – 1 180 S Roselle Rd, Schaumburg 60193 847-895-8646 – 7 70 E Schaumburg Rd, Schaumburg 60194 847-884-0752 – 9 800 Irving Park Rd, Schiller Pk 60176 847-233-0576 – 4 850 Oakton St, Skokie 60077 847-933-0418 – 4 009 Old Orchard Rd, Skokie 60077 847-256-1000 – 9 150 Skokie Blvd, Skokie 60077 847-673-8063 – 3 945 Dempster St, Skokie 60077 847-674-5876 – 1 3 E Irving Park Rd, Streamwood 60107 630-540-5213 – 2 61 W Townline Rd, Vernon Hills 60061 847-367-4652 – 2 00 E Roosevelt Rd, Villa Park 60181 630-993-0869

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Physicians Pro Care, LLC

(ad on Inside Back Cover) 311 N Walnut Ave, Wood Dale 60191 773-888-7546

PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE & DISCOUNTS AARP Prescription Discount Program 800-456-2277 Benefits Access Program 800-624-2459 Benefits CheckUp 202-479-1200 Lily Patient Assistance Program 877-795-4559 Medical Prescription Discount Card 800-377-1614 Medicare Prescription Drug Card 800-633-4227 Merck Patient Assistance Program 800-727-5400 Novartis Medicare Drug Plan Assistance Line 800-620-3292 Pfizer RX Pathways 866-706-2400 Pharmaceutical Assistance for the Aged & Disabled (PAAD) 800-792-9745 Prescriptions Benefits 800-334-8134 RxPhRMA 800-762-4636

REHABILITATION HOSPITALS Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Facilities offer intensive therapy (3 hours/day, 5 days/week) and interdisciplinary services performed on a licensed unit within a hospital or in a free-standing rehabilitation hospital. AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Rehab Hospital 935 Beisner Rd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-640-5600 Marianjoy Rehabilitation Center 26W171 Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-462-4000

RESPITE CARE Respite is a period of rest or relief for those who give constant care to an ill person. Many skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities offer this service.

Aspired Living of Westmont

(ad on page 3) 407 W 63rd St, Westmont 60559 630-824-3838

Bethesda Rehab & Senior Care (ad on page 147)

2833 N Nordica Ave, Chicago 60634 773-622-6144

Burr Ridge Senior Living

(ad on page 1) 16W301 91st St, Burr Ridge 60527 630-785-4216

Cedar Lake Assisted Living & Memory Care (ad on page 1)

777 Church St, Lake Zurich 60047 847-550-0555

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Grandbrier of Prospect Heights (ad on page 108)

708 N Elmhurst Rd, Prospect Hts 60070 847-278-9410

Green Oaks Senior Living

(ad on page 1) 14595 Rockland Rd, Libertyville 60048 847-497-8670

HarborChase of Naperville

(ad on pages 135, 137) 1619 N Mill St, Naperville 60563 630-765-5321

LakeView Memory Care

(ad on Inside Front Cover) 241 E Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108 224-339-4655

Lee Manor Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Facility (ad on page 151) 1301 Lee St, Des Plaines 60018 847-635-4000

Lombard Place Assisted Living & Memory Care

(ad on page 1) 300 W 22nd St, Lombard 60148 630-974-5170

Maple Glen Memory Care Community

(ad on Inside Front Cover) 750 S Park Blvd, Glen Ellyn 60137 224-227-3014 Meadowbrook Manor –N  aperville 720 Raymond Dr, Naperville 60563 630-355-0220

– L a Grange 339 S 9th Ave, La Grange 60525 708-354-4660

Northbrook Inn Memory Care Community (ad on Inside Front Cover) 99 Pointe Dr, Northbrook 60062 224-261-8352

The Springs at Monarch Landing 2308 N Rt 59, Naperville 60563 630-300-1350

Three Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care (ad on page 1) 1055 Silver Lake Rd, Cary 60013 847-462-4951

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(ad on Inside Front Cover) 511 W Rand Rd, Arlington Heights 60004 224-415-2601

Westbrook Senior Living

(ad on page 1) 110 W Schaumburg Rd, Streamwood 60107 630-405-5709

REVERSE MORTGAGES AAA Reverse Mortgage Specialists 312-226-9700 AARP Foundation – Reversed Mortgage Project 800-209-8085 Reverse Mortgage Guides 800-966-7211 Reverse Mortgage Information 800-976-6211 US Dept of Housing & Urban Development (HUDD) 800-225-5342 Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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The Many Benefits of Respite Care Respite Care is short-term inpatient care provided to an individual when necessary to relieve family members from caregiving duties or a patient coming from the hospital who still needs nonskilled care before going home. Those who can benefit from respite care are so often immersed in caregiving and immediate concerns they may be unfamiliar with the benefits of a program that can provide them with crucial relief. The benefits of respite care are numerous; they include assistance for a loved one after a hospital stay or during an illness, a short break for family members, a trial stay before a permanent move, or needed support and care when you want to get away. There are several communities in the Chicagoland area that provide exceptional respite care. The communities include 24 hour licensed nurses and round the clock caregiving. These communities can offer a safe, nurturing environment and professional staff who support the needs of you or your loved one. Respite also offers a way to spend time socializing with staff and other residents. This type of care also creates an ambiance where all residents can thrive. The respite stay typically begins with a detailed nurse assessment to create an individualized care plan. The care plan may include nursing care, medication management,

diabetes management which may also include insulin injections and monitoring, wound care, catheter care, ostomy care, and more. It also provides meals, personal care activities, laundry, housekeeping, and furnished rooms in beautifully appointed surroundings. Daily activities that benefit mind, body, and spirit; also engaging and caring trained staff that is available 24 hours a day. Respite guests often enjoy all the services and amenities that traditional Assisted Living or Memory Care typically offer. For patients who are released from the hospital and still need assistance, look for a community that offers exceptional care at an affordable price. If your loved one has had an extended stay in a hospital and is ready to be discharged, choosing a community that offers respite care can provide extra support with recovery time, rebuild their confidence, and, thus, giving them a better chance of living safely at home again. An experienced community and staff can ease your mind by facilitating the move-in process. In many cases, they can even accommodate “express move-ins” in one day! ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Koelsch Communities, introducing four new memory care assisting living communities to the Chicagoland area. Visit us at www.koeslchseniorcommunites.com to reach a community near you.

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Active Senior Expo (ad on page 71) 630-620-6347

SENIOR CENTERS ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Arlington Heights Senior Center 1801 W Central Rd, Arlington Hts 60005 847-253-5532 Glenkirk Masters Senior Center 2501 W Chestnut, Arlington Hts 60004 847-394-2171

AURORA Aurora Township Senior Center 900 N Lake St, Aurora 60506 630-897-4305

BARTLETT Mahavir Senior Center JAIN Society 435 N Rt 59, Bartlett 60103 630-837-1077

BENSENVILLE Bensenville Senior Citizens Club (Montys) 703 S York Rd, Bensenville 60106 630-594-1010

BERWYN City of Berwyn Senior Center 6501 W 31st St, Berwyn 60402 708-788-2010

BLOOMINGDALE Bloomingdale Township Miliotti Senior Center 6N050 Rosedale Rd, Bloomingdale 60108 630-529-7794

CAROL STREAM Carol Stream Park District 849 W Lies Rd, Carol Stream 60188 630-784-6100

DES PLAINES Des Plaines Community & Frisbie Senior Center 52 E Northwest Hwy, Des Plaines 60016 847-768-5944

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DOWNERS GROVE Downers Grove Park District Senior Center 935 Maple Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-963-1300

ELK GROVE VILLAGE Sheila Ray Adult Ctr of Elk Grove 225 E Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-364-7224

ELMHURST The Abbey Senior Center – Elmhurst Park 407 W Saint Charles Rd, Elmhurst 60126 630-993-8193

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SENIOR CENTERS continued GLEN ELLYN Glen Ellyn Senior Service Center (Grace Lutheran Church) 493 Forest Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-858-6343 GLENDALE HEIGHTS Glendale Heights Center for Senior Citizens 260 Civic Center Plz, Glendale Hts 60139 630-260-6050 GLENVIEW Glenview Senior Citizens Center 2400 Chestnut Ave, Glenview 60025 847-724-4793 HOFFMAN ESTATES The Hoffman Estates Community Ctr 1685 W Higgins Rd, Hoffman Estates 60195 847-885-7500 LISLE Lisle Township Senior Center 4711 Indiana Ave, Lisle 60532 630-968-2087 x11 LOMBARD Lombard Community Senior Center 205 W Maple St, Lombard 60148 630-629-9707 York Township Senior Center 1502 S Meyers Rd, Lombard 60148 630-620-2424 MELROSE PARK Sharp Senior Center 1609 N 36th Ave, Melrose Park 60160 708-316-7488

MORTON GROVE Morton Grove Senior Center 6140 Dempster, Morton Grove 60053 847-470-5223

MOUNT PROSPECT Korean American Senior Center 1160 S Elmhurst Ave, Mt Prospect 60056 847-439-5195

NAPERVILLE Alfred Reuben Riverwalk Community Center 305 W Jackson Ave, Naperville 60540 630-848-3615 New Horizons Senior Center – Naperville Park District 305 W Jackson Ave, Naperville 60540 630-848-3615

NILES Niles Senior Center 999 Civic Center Dr, Niles 60714 847-588-8420

NORTHBROOK Northbrook Senior Center 3323 Walters, Northbrook 60062 847-291-2988

NORTHFIELD North Shore Senior Center 161 Northfield Rd, Northfield 60093 847-784-6030 Continued on page 72

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Four great events ahead!

Wednesday,

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June 14, 2017

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Abbington Banquets GLEN ELLYN

Wednesday,

White Eagle Banquets NILES

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July 26, 2017

April 26, 2017

William Tell Holiday Inn COUNTRYSIDE

Chicago Gaelic Park OAK FOREST

Show Hours: 9:30 am - 2:00 pm • Hundreds of Products and Services • Free Seminars • Free Health Screenings • Live Entertainment • Free Door Prizes

For Information on exhibiting or attending, please call:

(630) 620-6347

email: activeseniorexpo@hotmail.com • www.activeseniorexpo.net

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SENIOR CENTERS continued PARK RIDGE Park Ridge Senior Citizens Center 100 S Western Ave, Park Ridge 60068 847-692-3597

PROSPECT HEIGHTS Prospect Heights Park District enior Center 110 W Camp McDonald Rd, Prospect Heights 60070 847-394-2848

ROLLING MEADOWS Golden Years Council Senior Ctr 3705 Pheasant Dr, Rolling Meadows 60067 847-818-3205

SKOKIE Oakton Community Center 4701 Oakton, Skokie 60076 847-674-1500

WEST CHICAGO Wayne Township Senior Center 27W031 North Ave, West Chicago 60185 630-231-7155

WESTMONT Westmont Park District Senior Ctr 55 E Richmond St, Westmont 60559 630-969-8080

WHEELING Wheeling Pavilion Senior Center 199 N First St, Wheeling 60090 847-459-2670

SENIOR HEALTH CLINICS

JenCare Neighborhood Medical Centers

(ad on page 2) 855-JCMED4U – A  shburn 2734 W 87th St, Chicago 60652 708-294-3991 – B  erwyn 6326 Cermak Rd, Berwyn 60402 708-294-3991 – G  lenwood 19310 S Halsted St, Glenwood 60425 708-294-3991 – J effrey Manor 2231 E 95th St, Jeffrey Manor 60617 708-294-3991 – O  ak Lawn 6101 W 95th St, Oak Lawn 60453 708-294-3991

SENIOR ORGANIZATIONS & SERVICES AARP 800-441-2277 AARP Tax Aide 888-227-7669 AARP Illinois 222 N LaSalle St, Chicago 866-448-3613 Alcoholics Anonymous 800-477-1104

Alzheimer’s Association

(ad on page 74) 850 Essington Ave, Ste 200, Joliet 60435 800-272-3900

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Leukemia and Lymphoma Society 800-286-8159

American Diabetes Association 800-342-2383

Lupus Foundation of America 800-558-0121

American Heart Association 800-242-8721

Muscular Dystrophy Association 800-572-1717

American Kidney Fund 800-638-8299

National Council on Aging 800-424-9046

American Liver Foundation 800-465-4837

National Family Caregivers Association 800-896-3650

American Lung Association 800-586-4872 American Parkinson Disease Association 800-223-2732

National Kidney Foundation 800-622-9010 National Multiple Sclerosis Society 800-344-4867

American Stroke Association 800-553-6321

National Osteoporosis Foundation 800-223-9994

Arthritis Foundation 800-283-7800

National Parkinson Foundation 800-327-4545

Arthritis Information Hotline 800-444-4993

Phil’s Friend 1350 Lake St, Ste 1, Roselle 60172 224-653-8315

Center for Disease Control 800-232-4636 City of Naperville Senior Task Force 400 S Eagle St, Naperville 60540 630-306-4613 Easter Seals Society 800-221-6827 Eldercare Locator Nationwide 800-677-1116 Huntington’s Disease Society of America 800-345-4372

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American Cancer Society 800-227-2345

Senior Corp 800-942-2677 Suburban Area Agency on Aging 1048 W Lake St #300, Oak Park 60301 708-383-0258 United Ostomy Association 800-826-0826 United Way-211 211 Y-ME Breast Cancer Support 800-221-2141

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Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s isn’t easy. Reaching us is.

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Free 24/7 Helpline: 800.272.3900

Free 24/7 Helpline: 800.272.3900 Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver Center: alz.org/care Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver Center: alz.org/care

The Alzheimer’s Association, the world leader in Alzheimer research, care and support, is the largest voluntary health organization dedicated to finding prevention methods, treatment, and a cure for Alzheiemer’s. Our vision is a world without Alzherimers ® We have offices throughout Illinois to serve you: Chicago, Joliet, Rockford, Peoria, Bloomington, Springfield, Quincy, Carbondale.

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Social Security Administration – 1 325 N Lake St, Aurora 60506 877-274-5412 – 2 30 W Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108 877-845-1577 – 7 90 Fletcher Dr, Elgin 60123 877-405-0435 – 2 116 Green Bay Rd, Evanston 60202 800-772-1213 – 2 30 N Mannheim Rd, Hillside 60162 800-772-1213 – 7 05 N Wheeling Rd, Mt Prospect 60056 800-772-1213 – 7 222 W Cermak Rd, North Riverside 60546 800-772-1213 – 7 440 Providence Dr, Woodridge 60517 866-303-2724 Social Security Administration Medicare Claims 800-633-4227 Social Security Information 800-772-1213 Social Security – Medicare Woodridge 60517 630-852-2831

SUPPORT GROUPS

American Council of the Blind 800-424-8666 American Diabetes Association 800-342-2383 American Heart Association 800-242-8721 American Kidney Fund 800-638-8299 American Liver Foundation 800-465-4837 American Lung Association 800-586-4872

American Parkinson Disease Association – Midwest Chapter

(ad on page 77) 1800 N Main St, Ste 215, Wheaton 60187 630-933-4392 American Speech, Language & Hearing Association 800-638-8255 American Stroke Association 800-553-6321 Arthritis Foundation 800-283-7800 Center for Disease Control 800-232-4636

A New Direction 773-253-7226

Easter Seals Society 800-221-6827

AARP 888-687-2277

Emotions Anonymous 708-383-0200

Alzheimer’s Association Greater IL 8430 W Bryn Mawr Av #800, Chicago 60631 800-272-3900

FRIEND 708-389-0265

American Cancer Society 800-227-2345

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SUPPORT GROUPS continued Huntington’s Disease Society of America 800-345-4372 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society 800-286-8159 Lupus Foundation of America 800-558-0121 Lutheran Social Services of Illinois 1001 E Touhy Ave #50, Des Plaines 60018 847-635-4600 Multiple Sclerosis Society 800-344-4867 National Alliance for Caregiving 301-718-8444

Senior Svcs Area Agency on Aging 1615 W Chicago Av, 3rd Fl, Chicago 60622 312-744-4016 Southwest Regional Senior Center (Atlas) 1767 E 79th St, Chicago 60649 312-747-0189 Southwest Regional Senior Center 6117 S Kedzie, Chicago 60629 312-747-0440 United Ostomy Association of America 800-826-0826

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National Certification Board for Alzheimer’s Care 500 N Michigan, Ste 300, Chicago 60611 877-710-2070

Addison Township 401 N Addison Rd, Addison 60101 630-530-8161 x3

National Family Caregivers Assoc 800-896-3650

Bloomingdale Township 123 N Rosedale Rd, Bloomingdale 60108 630-529-7715

National Kidney Foundation 800-622-9010 National Osteoporosis Foundation 800-223-9994

Downers Grove Township 4340 Prince St, Downers Grove 60515 630-968-0451

National Parkinson Foundation 800-327-4545

Lisle Township 4711 Indiana Ave, Lisle 60532 630-968-2087

Overeaters Anonymous (Anorexia & Bulimia included) 708-466-2489

Milton Township 1492 N Main St, Wheaton 60187 630-668-1616

Red Shield Center 945 W 69th St, Chicago 60621 773-892-0984

Naperville Township 139 Water St, Naperville 60540 630-355-2786

Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center 600 S Paulina St #1038D, Chicago 60612 312-942-4657

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Wayne Township 27W031 North Ave, West Chicago 60185 630-231-7140 Winfield Township 130 Arbor Ave, West Chicago 60185 630-231-3591 York Township 1502 S Meyers Rd, Lombard 60148 630-620-2400

NORTHERN COOK COUNTY Barrington Township 602 S Hough St, Barrington 60010 847-381-5632

Lyons Township 6404 Joliet Rd, Countryside 60525 708-482-8300 Maine Township 1700 Ballard Rd, Park Ridge 60068 847-297-2510 New Trier Township 739 Elm St, Winnetka 60093 847-446-8200 Niles Township 5255 W Main St, Skokie 60077 847-673-9300 Norwood Park 7833 W Lawrence Ave, Norridge 60656 708-453-0861

Berwyn Township 6600 W 26th St, Berwyn 60402 708-788-6600

Northfield Township 2550 Waukegan Rd, Ste 100, Glenview 60025 847-724-8300

Cicero Township 4949 W Cermak Rd, 2nd Fl, Cicero 60804 708-656-3600 x225

Oak Park Township 105 S Oak Park Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-383-8005

Elk Grove Village Township 2400 S Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights 60005 847-437-0300

Palatine Township 721 S Quentin Rd, Palatine 60067 847-358-6700

Evanston Township 2100 Ridge Ave, Evanston 60201 847-448-8168 Hanover Township 250 S Rte 59, Bartlett 60103 630-837-0301 Leyden Township 2501 N Mannheim Rd, Franklin Park 60131 847-455-8616

Proviso Township 4565 Harrison, Hillside 60162 708-449-4304 River Forest Township 8020 W Madison St, River Forest 60305 708-366-2787 Riverside Township 27 Riverside Rd, Riverside 60546 708-447-7700

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Wheeling Township 1616 N Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights 60004 847-259-1515

TRANSPORTATION 55 Alive Downers Grove 60515 630-434-5500 Dial-A-Ride – Township of Downers Grove 630-719-6685 – Township of Lisle 630-968-2087 Metra 312-322-6777 Metro Yellow Taxi 888-277-1969 National Ctr on Sr Transportation 866-528-6278 Pace 847-364-7223 Pace Dial-a-Ride (DuPage) 630-836-7000 Pace Dial-a-Ride 800-273-5939 Palos Township 708-430-3822 Regional Transportation Authority 312-836-7000

Seniors Ride Free Program 800-624-2459 Southwest Will County 800-244-4410 Vision Four, Inc 708-267-6019 Will County / DuPage Township 800-952-7511 Winfield Township Senior / Disabled Bus Service 630-520-0054

TRAVEL Road Scholar 800-454-5768

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Schaumburg Township 1 Illinois Blvd, Hoffman Estates 60194 847-884-0030

VETERAN ADMINISTRATION CLINICS – Aurora 1700 N Landmark Rd, Aurora 60506 630-859-2504 – Chicago 7731 S Halsted St, Chicago 60620 773-962-3700

VETERAN CENTERS – Aurora 750 Shoreline Dr, Ste 150, Aurora 60504 630-585-1853 – Chicago 7731 S Halsted St, Ste 200, Chicago 60620 773-962-3740

RTA Services Senior Ride Program 630-719-6685

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VETERAN SERVICES Education Benefits 888-442-4551 Health Eligibility Center 800-929-8387 Illinois Dept of Veterans Affairs – Chicago 100 W Randolph St #5-570, Chicago 60601 312-814-2460 Illinois Dept of Veterans Affairs – Cook County 118 N Clark St, Rm 801, Chicago 60602 312-603-6423 Illinois Veterans Care 877-483-8779 Insurance Center 800-669-8477 Midwest Shelter for Homeless Vets 119 N West St, Wheaton 60187 630-871-8387 Mobile Medical Unit 5000 S 5th Ave, Hines 60141 708-202-7179 Tri-Care for Life Prescription Svcs 800-417-5086 VA Benefits 800-827-1000 VA Healthcare Enrollment 888-954-3553 VA Medical Centers – Chicago 820 S Damen Ave, Chicago 60612 312-569-8387 VA Medical Centers – Hines 5000 S 5th Ave, Hines 60141 708-202-8387

Veterans Administration 800-827-1000 Veterans Crisis Line 877-WAR-VETS Veterans Legal Aid Society PO Box 3217, Oak Brook 60523 773-340-3838 Women Veterans Hotline 855-VA-WOMEN

VISION RESOURCES NATIONAL Aid to the Aged Blind & Disabled 800-843-6154 American Council of the Blind 800-424-8666 American Foundation of the Blind 800-232-5463 Eye Bank Association 202-775-4999 Eye Care America 800-222-3937 Foundation Fighting Blindness 800-683-5555 Library for the Handicapped 800-685-2136 Lighthouse International 800-829-0500 Magnisight 800-683-5555 National Eye Care Project Helpline 800-222-3937 National Eye Institute Communication Office 301-496-5248

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NSSEO Vision Support Services 799 W Kensington Rd, Mt Prospect 60056 947-463-8100

North American Resource Line for Braille 800-272-4553

Philip J Rock Center & School 818 DuPage Blvd, Glen Ellyn 60137 800-771-1158

Prevent Blindness America 800-221-3004

Progress Center for Independent Living 7521 Madison St, Forest Park 60130 708-209-1500

Recorded Magazines 888-724-6423 Vision Council of America 800-424-8422 Vision USA 800-766-4466

LOCAL Chicago Lighthouse SS Program 1850 W Roosevelt Rd, Chicago 60608 312-666-1331 Edward Hines Jr Medical Ctr (VA) 5000 S 5th Ave, Hines 60141 708-202-8387 Friends in Low Vision Support Grp 1020 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Chicago 60660 773-561-4748 Hadley School for the Blind 700 Elm St, Winnetka 60093 800-323-4238 International Association of Lions Clubs (Lions Clubs International) 300 W 22nd St, Oak Brook 60523-8842 630-571-5466 New Visions Workshops – Guild For The Blind 180 N Michigan Av #1700, Chicago 60601 312-236-8569

Spectrios Institute for Low Vision 219 E Cole Ave, Wheaton 60187 630-690-7115 Veterans Administration (VA) VIST Program 820 S Damen Ave, Chicago 60612 312-569-6552

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National Library Service for the Blind & Physically Handicapped 800-424-8567

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES District 58 OAK Program 630-719-5805 Downers Grove Park District Senior Center 935 Maple Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-963-1314 DuPage County Human Services 630-682-7000 DuPage County Long Term Care Ombudsman Program 421 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-407-6500 DuPage County Money Management Program 421 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-407-6500 Continued on next page

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES – HOSPITALS AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center GlenOaks 70 Winthrop Ave, Glendale Hgts 60139 630-545-8000 AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale 120 N Oak St, Hinsdale 60521 630-856-4000 AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center La Grange 5101 S Willow Springs Rd, La Grange 60525 708-245-8100 AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital 1650 Moon Lake Blvd, Hoffman Estates 60169 847-755-8008 AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Medical Center 800 Biesterfield Rd, Elk Grove Village 60007 847-437-5500 x4753 AMITA Health St Alexius Medical Ctr 1555 Barrington Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169 847-843-2000 Ext 96412 Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital 4924 Forest Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-275-1181 Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital 450 W Hwy 22, Barrington 60010 847-381-0123 x3193

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Advocate Sherman Hospital 1425 N Randall Rd, Elgin 60123 224-783-8133 Central DuPage Hospital 25 N Winfield Rd, Winfield 60190 630-933-6207 Edward Hospital 801 S Washington St, Naperville 60540 630-527-5305 Elmhurst Memorial Hospital 155 E Brush Hill Rd, Elmhurst 60126 331-221-4095 Gottlieb Memorial Hospital 701 W North Ave, Melrose Park 60160 708-583-4969 Linden Oaks Hospital 801 S Washington St, Naperville 60540 630-527-5305 Loyola University Medical Center 2160 S First Ave, Maywood 60153-5599 708-216-5398 MacNeal Hospital 3249 S Oak Park Ave, Berwyn 60402 708-783-3193 Marianjoy Rehabilitation Center 26W171 Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-909-7400 NorthShore University HealthSystem Evanston Hospital 2650 Ridge Ave, Evanston 60201 847-570-2711

NorthShore University HealthSystem Glenbrook Hospital 2100 Pfingsten Rd, Glenview 60026 847-657-5621 NorthShore University HealthSystem Skokie Hospital 9600 Gross Point Rd, Skokie 60076 847-933-6544 Northwest Community Hospital 800 W Central Rd, Arlington Heights 60005 847-618-2040 Presence Holy Family Medical Center 100 N River Rd, Des Plaines 60016 847-297-1800 x1164

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10 Signs that Your Aging Parents Safety Tips for Adult Children Need Help With more and more families dispersed geographically, adult children who live far away from their elderly parents face ongoing worry about their health and safety. As aging parents, particularly those who live alone, face medical and mobility issues, questions relating to their physical, social and psychological well-being arise. How do you know if a parent’s needs have changed and more care is necessary? Adult children should be aware of any changes in their parents’ attitudes or behavior— changes which are often undetectable over the telephone. There are, however, clear warning signs that some type of intervention is needed.

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much trouble. A parent might eat just enough to get by, but suffer nutritionally. Losing weight can be another sign that a parent is not eating a nutritious diet.

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Signs of scorching on the bottoms of pots and pans. A result of short-term memory loss, this is a dangerous sign that parents are forgetting about pots left on the stove, causing a fire hazard, and threatening both the individual’s and the surrounding neighbors’ safety.

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Forgetting to take medication. A sign of short-term memory loss or depression, this isn’t just a quality of life issue, but a real risk factor.

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and routine. Feelings of hopelessness or despair, lack of interest in once pleasurable activities, crying, listlessness, and not wanting to get dressed can all be indications of a problem. Once adult children decide that a parent needs assistance, the next step is determining what kind. Call LifeStyle Options, Inc. for a FREE conference. Even if adult children live out of the area, we can be their eyes and ears so a parent’s every day well-being will no longer be such a worry. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by M. K. Miceli, RN, BA, CEO LifeStyle Options, Inc. lifestyle@lifestyleoptions.com. www.lifestyleoptions. com. 1-888-342-4636. Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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Non Medical Home Care Definitions 24 HOUR ON CALL – Refers to someone being available 24 hours a day to speak with you. ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING – include, but are not limited to, eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, transferring, or personal hygiene. BONDED – Being bonded means that a bonding company has secured money that is available to the consumer in the event they file a claim against the company. CLIENT – an individual receiving services from a home nursing agency, a home services agency, or a placement agency. This term includes the service recipient’s advocate or designee. CLIENT RECORD – a written or electronic record that includes, but is not limited to, personal information, emergency notification information, plans of service agreed to between the client and the home services agency, a copy of the home services contract or agreement, and documentation of the services provided at each visit. COMPANIONSHIP – services that provide fellowship, care and protection for a client who, because of advanced age or physical or mental infirmity, cannot care for his or her own needs. Services requested

may include, but are not limited to, household work related to the care of the client, such as meal preparation, bed making, or laundry, shopping or errands; or other similar services. HOME HEALTH AID – a person who provides nursing, medical, or personal care and emotional comfort to assist the patient toward independent living in a safe environment. HOMEMAKER / COMPANION – Non-medical assistance with meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, errands, activities, outings, companionship and other household duties. These agencies are licensed by the state. HOURLY MINIMUM – This refers to the minimum number of hours that an agency provides service. INSURED – This refers to what happens if someone gets hurt on the job. If the company isn’t insured, then the claim gets filed against the homeowner’s insurance. If the company is insured, then the claim gets filed against the company’s insurance. MED-ALERT SYSTEMS – Personal medical alert products activated by pushing a button. MEDICATION REMINDER – Assistance with reminding an individual Continued on page 93

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about medications but not dispensing medications. PATIENT CARE PLAN – a coordinated and combines care plan prepared by and in collaboration with each discipline providing service to the patient, to the patient’s family, or, for home health agencies to both. PERSONAL CARE SERVICES – services that are furnished to a client in the client’s personal residence to meet the client’s physical, maintenance, and supportive needs.

SUPERVISION – authoritative procedural guidance by a qualified person of the appropriate discipline. TRANSPORTATION – Rides to shopping, appointments and other outings. WORKER’S COMP – Insurance that covers medical and rehabilitation costs and lost wages for employees injured at work. ~

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Will You Need Long-Term Care Everyone thinks about the In the Future? future to some extent. Where will you go for vacation? Should you change jobs? How much money do you need to retire?

But have you thought about longterm care? Regardless of how old you are, you should think ahead about this type of care. The services we provide at Assisting Hands® Home Care fall under long term care. They include things like personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, grocery shopping and companionship. ‘I’m fine. I eat right and exercise. I won’t need those services.’ You may be thinking, ‘I’m fine. I eat right and exercise. I won’t need those services. That’s for someone else.’ We hope so! But you would be surprised. We have clients from all walks of life and health conditions. They might not have thought in their 40’s that they would need assisted living services, but circumstances change. One fall or other type of accident and you may find yourself needing an extra set of hands to help you, even for a short period of time. Regardless of your age today, think about this type of care for your

future self.

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At Assisting Hands® Home Care, our goal is to provide our clients with the help they need to keep them safely in their own home for longer. Whether you need someone to be with your loved one during the day, in the evening or overnight, our at-home care can accommodate your needs. You will have peace of

mind knowing that they aren’t home alone when they need help with medication, fall prevention, personal care, eating or other needs. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Richard Ueberfluss, PT. Richard is the COO with Assisting Hands Home Care, LLC and may be reached at (630) 305-9100 or by email at rueberfluss@ assistinghands.com. Contact them to schedule a free in-home fall prevention assessment or to learn more about in home senior care.

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DIABETIC CARE – Refers to services including patient assessment specific diet information, management of the disease process, medication management and education on all the above. Services are provided by Registered Nurse under the supervision of a M.D. Some agencies may have certified diabetic nurse instructors or cardiac care specialty RN’s in their employ. ENTERAL FEEDING – Enteral feeding, or tube feeding, is a way to deliver nutrients through a tube if you cannot take food or drink through your mouth. HOUR MINIMUM – The least number of hours a Non-Medical Home Care Agency will be available for hire. Medicare certified Home Health Agencies are not on a specified time frame. Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com

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Home Health Care Definitions continued HOSPICE – Refers to a comprehensive program of care to patients and families facing a life threatening illness. Hospice emphasizes palliative rather than curative treatment. The dying are comforted. Professional medical care is given, and sophisticated symptom relief provided. INTRAVENOUS THERAPY (IV) – Refers to any medical treatments/ medications that need to be introduced into the body via a patient’s veins. Numerous IV Therapies can be provided in a patient’s home under supervision of a MD. Some of these include: inter-infective/antibiotic therapies, hydration therapy, pain management, chemotherapy and central line care and maintenance. NON-MEDICAL HOME CARE – Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s), homemaking, companionship and other nonmedical in home care. These services are available for hire after, or in conjunction with, Medicare certified services. Private payment, Medicaid and Veterans Benefits are a few of the ways personal care can be paid for. PSYCHIATRIC CARE – Refers to the agencies’ ability to offer services related to psychiatric support with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness. Services may include counseling or administering of medications.

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SOCIAL WORKER – A clinical social worker whose purpose in health care is to enhance, promote, maintain, and restore the best possible social abilities of the patient or family. Services provided may be preventive, developmental, or remedial in nature. THERAPY SERVICES (ST, PT, OT, RT) – Speech Therapy – Refers to services to assess and treat speech and swallowing disorders. Speech therapy can treat speech, language, cognitive skills or swallowing. Physical Therapy – Refers to services for the treatment and the rehabilitation process where a physical therapist will often stretch, strengthen, facilitate muscles, challenge balance, test coordination abilities, teach home exercise programs and enhance basic mobility skills. Occupational Therapy – Refers to services to assess and treat patients to improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments. Patients may have mental, physical, developmental, or emotional disabilities. Therapists also help them to develop, recover, or maintain daily living and work skills. Occupational therapists help clients not only to improve their basic motor functions and reasoning abilities, but also to compensate for permanent loss of function. Continued on page 101

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Albright Health Svcs, Inc

Alpha Home Health Care, Inc

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Community Home Health Care, Inc

Crystal Home Health Care, LLC

Darien Home Health Care, Inc

Delta Home Health Care, Inc

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The Sandwich Generation The sandwich generation is not ham and cheese on rye but a growing group of individuals who are raising their own children and caring for their aging parents. Individuals in the sandwich generation are being forced to multitask and divide their time between two generations. On average these people spend about 17 years caring for their own children and eighteen years caring for their aging parents. It is estimated that 22% of Americans will fall into the sandwich generation. It is also estimated that two-thirds of the baby boomer generation will be caring for their children and parents at the same time at some point in their lives. Adults in the sandwich generation spend approximately $10,000 and 1,350 hours on parents and children combined per year. Children require more financial care, while aging parents require more time and labor intensive care. According to the Pew Research Center, just over 1 of every 8 Americans aged 40 to 60 are both raising a child and caring for a parent in addition to approximately 7 to 10 million adults caring for their aging parents from long distance. Sandwich generation caregiver

obligations are financial, time, psychological, and care. Their personal challenges effect their financial situation, loss of personal time, relationships, health concerns, and lost opportunity for career development. Also they can become a risk for mental health problems, depression, anxiety, stress, and burnout. Being a sandwich generation caregiver means you become a caregiver for everyone else. Who will be caring for you? You must take care of yourself when put into this situation because self-care can easily be ignored. Some tips for maintaining self-health would include being kind to yourself, taking breaks, being mindful, eating healthy, exercising , getting enough sleep, having a sense of humor and if needed seeking professional help. However, the good news is that not all aspects of being a sandwich generation caregiver is negative or potentially stressful. Caregiving can strengthen relationships and deepen bonds. It can also teach children the importance of family and show parents that you value and appreciate them. ~ Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Jerome M. Avner, CFP®, CSA®, CWS®, Wealth Advisor, 630-545-3652, javner@trustwealthadvisors.com

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Respiratory Therapy – Refers to services for care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the cardiopulmonary system. It may include the therapeutic use of medical gases and their equipment, environmental control systems, humidification, aerosols, ventilator support, bronchi pulmonary drainage and exercise, respiratory rehabilitation, assistance with cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and maintenance of natural, artificial, and mechanical airways. TRACH CARE – Refers to care administered to patients who have undergone a tracheotomy. A trache-

otomy is a surgical procedure in which a cut or opening is made in the windpipe (trachea). The surgeon inserts a tube into the opening to bypass an obstruction, allow air to get to the lungs, or remove secretions. WOUND CARE – Refers to services for providing diagnosis and treatment for ulcers, pressure sores and other wounds. Treatments may include but is not limited to irrigations, dressing, and wound vacs. Some agencies may employ specialty nurses to provide and instruct in care specifically for patients with more complicated wounds. ~

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Home Health Aide – Provides direct personal care to patient, emotional support to patient and family, reports identified needs to RN.

N-Nurse – Assesses patient’s physical needs, develops and coordinates the plan of care, ensures symptom control and management, provides patient/family teaching as needed.

Volunteer – Provides respite and needed non-medical services for patients and their families, offers support at time of death and during bereavement.

SSW-Social Worker – Assesses patient and family emotional and social needs, develops a plan of care, provides counseling, referrals and support to meet identified needs.

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RO-Routine Care – Occurs when regularly scheduled visits are adequate in maintaining the individual’s symptom management. Care is provided at the Chaplain – Assesses patient and fam- individual’s residence, this can their ily spiritual needs, develops a plan private home, a retirement commuof care, provides counseling, assists nity, an assisted living, or a skilled with memorial preparations. nursing facility. Continued on next page Indicates website link on seniorsbluebook.com 101


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Hospice Care Definitions continued RE-Respite Care – Provided when the family needs time to rest or go out of town for a short time. Ideally, this service is provided for five consecutive days. Care may be provided in a long-term care facility depending on the condition of the individual. Hospice is responsible for financial arrangements with the Long-term care facility, at no cost to the patient or the family. GIP – General In-Patient Care – Provided in a skilled nursing facility when the symptoms cannot be managed elsewhere. The skilled nursing facility must have 24-hour R.N. coverage as deemed by Medicare guidelines. General in-patient care is usually short in duration. This level of care is usually due to symptoms which are out of control and more intensive nursing services are required. If an individual is at a care facility, room and board are covered by hospice during this period.

reserved for end of life or other crises that requires a constant presence by a nurse or care team. 24/7 ADMISSIONS – Can a patient be admitted to the particular hospice agency 24/7? If a patient qualifies for hospice care, they should be admitted as early as the family requests. Many agencies admit patients to hospice, 24/7, evenings weekends, and holidays. GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS – Grief is the normal and universal reaction humans have to the loss of those they love. When your loved one passes, you may go through a period of bereavement and experience grief. Each Hospice Agency will have a grief and bereavement support program. Many provide Grief Groups that meet and address issues of Grief in a supportive group setting.

INDIGENT PATIENTS – Does the hospice accept non funded or indigent CC-Continuous Care – Provided to patients? This is usually on a case by prevent the individual from going to case basis and at the determination the hospital when a crisis occurs. of the hospice company. Many have a Continuous care also is given when non-profit organization that can help more helps is needed to assist the support the care of non-covered paindividual and family in coping with the crisis. This level of care is usually tients. Many Hospice agencies utilize Social Workers to help find resources provided at the individual’s resifor indigent families. dence no matter where that may be The criteria for continuous care may LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPY – include: Severe pain or symptoms Massage has become one of the which are out of control Psychotic fastest growing trends in therapy for episodes Breakdown of caregiver hospice patients. Used as a methImminent death and family unable to cope. Continuous care is typically od for relaxation to alleviate stress, anxiety and pain with a light hands102 DUPAGE, WEST AND NORTHWEST SUBURBAN COOK COUNTY – FEBRUARY-JULY 2017


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MUSIC THERAPY – Music Therapy is an established healthcare profession that uses music to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals” A music therapist is not just a music performer, but actually trained in counseling and music. A music therapist creates goals and objectives for their patients and uses music activities and music experiences (listening, composition, improvisation, or playing/singing a familiar song) in order to achieve those goals. This is not reimbursed by Medicare; it is an added benefit that select hospice companies have decided to provide this to their patients. PAIN PUMPS AVAILABLE – Many patients have their symptoms controlled through oral medications. Some situations require a pain pump where medications are administered through an IV pump. If this is the situation, inquire with the hospice RN case manager to see if pain pumps are available through their agency. PCP-OVERSIGHT – Can the hospice patient retain their own primary care

physician in addition to the hospice medical director? All hospice organizations require a medical director, a physician to oversee their care. Many times the hospice medical director will work in conjunction with the patient’s own physician. The patient, family and hospice team can determine which physicians will oversee the care and certify the hospice eligibility criteria.

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on approach, as well as providing an alternative to those who can’t take medication or prefer not to, massage therapy has become essential in hospice care. This is not reimbursed by Medicare; it is an added benefit that select hospice companies have decided to provide for their patients.

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PET THERAPY – There’s nothing like a visit from a four-legged creature to brighten the day of a terminally ill patient. Pet therapy teams visit with patients wherever they reside – at home or in professional care settings. For some patients, contact with these gentle animals evokes memories of pets in their lives, past or present. Studies have shown many benefits of pet companionship, ranging from reduced blood pressure and anxiety to relief from boredom, pain and loneliness. This service is not reimbursed by Medicare, it is an added benefit that select hospice companies have decided to provide for their patients. VA CONTRACT – If the patient is not a Medicare Recipient and is covered by the VA, the VA will make payments directly to their contracted agencies. If a patient is a Veteran, but is a Medicare Recipient, they may choose any Medicare approved hospice agency for their care. ~

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Senior Housing Definitions AGE RESTRICTIONS – Some communities have a restriction on the youngest age they are allowed to accept. These restrictions vary by community. ALZHEIMER’S / DEMENTIA ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITY – Licensed assisted living facility or skilled nursing facility that specialize in delivering care to victims of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Communities are typically bedroom-style rental units with common areas for dining and activities. Many are locked for residents’ safety. Specifically trained staff usually serves the special needs of this population. Amenities vary for each community. ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITY – Typically apartment-style with kitchenettes and private baths. Some offer companion accommodations. Personal assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, eating and ambulation. Rates vary from an all-inclusive to base rates with levels of care. Amenities vary for each community. DAY CARE – Any provider can elect to provide day/night services on a short or long term basis. Rates typically include a place to rest, one or two meals and snacks and activities for the day. Licensed communities are

prohibited by law to promote these services without a specific license. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) – helps apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants. HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM – (Sec 8) - find your own place and use the voucher to pay for all or part of the rent. Participating households are required to pay the greater of 10% of their gross annual income or 30% of their adjusted income towards rent. To qualify, a household’s annual income must not exceed the applicable income limit for the area as adjusted by family size. (Sec 236) Property owners in this program make mortgage payments that are based on a 1% mortgage interest rate. HUD then provides a subsidy to their lender to cover the difference between 1% and the market interest rate on the property’s loan. Participating households are required to pay rent equal to the greater of 30% of their adjusted income (not to exceed the market rent) or the basic rent amount set by HUD for that particular property. Any amount paid by the household that is more than basic rent is considered excess rent, which the owner pays back to HUD in repayment of the subsidy.

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INTERMEDIATE CARE – 24 hour inpatient care residents who need licensed nursing supervision and supportive care, but do not require continuous nursing care. Residents may receive full assistance with ADL’s and transfers. Residents receive meds from a nurse following a doctor’s orders and may receive outpatient rehab services. Facilities may use a nurse as a their consultant and the residents receive periodic assessments from a licensed practitioner. MEDICAID WAIVER – An assisted living waiver may be used to transition individuals out of nursing facilities or to provide persons at risk of institutionalization with options for remaining in their communities. Assisted living waivers are designed to provide an alternative to more costly nursing home care. PRICE DEPENDENT ON LEVELS OF CARE – Flexible levels of service geared to accommodate different needs over time. Rates may vary depending on the changing levels of care while one maintains the same physical residence.

PUBLIC HOUSING (PH) – affordable apartments for low-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities. RESIDENTIAL HOME – Assisted living homes are private residential homes that typically have a small number of residents who live together and receive care from livein caretakers. Adult family homes offer room and board for seniors who want a more private, home-like community. Assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing and dressing are provided. Amenities and nursing services vary greatly between homes. Ask about their services when you tour. They are also referred to as personal board and care homes. Most accept private pay; Medicaid in some instances.

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INDEPENDENT HOUSING – Apartments and communities for adults 55+ with little or no senior support services (e.g. no meals, etc...)

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Bridgeway of Bensenville 303 E Washington St, Bensenville 60106

1101 W Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 60103

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Windsor Park , 124 Windsor Park Dr, Carol Stream 60188

King-Bruwaert House, 6101 County Line Rd, Burr Ridge 60527

16W301 91st St, Burr Ridge 60527

Burr Ridge Senior Living

Bloomingdale Horizon, 160 W Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108

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Atria Park of Glen Ellyn 95 Carleton Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137

Lexington Square of Elmhurst 400 W Butterfield Rd, Elmhurst 60126 Park Place Christian Community 1050 Euclid Av, Elmhurst 60126

Greencastle of Elmhurst, 190 Michigan St, Elmhurst 60126

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Peace Memorial Manor 3737 Highland Ave, Downers Grove 60515 Saratoga Grove Retirement, Assisted & Memory Care 3460 Saratoga Ave, Downers Grove 60515

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847-490-5800

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Beacon Hill Retirement Community 2400 S Finley Rd, Lombard 60148

Villa St Benedict, 1920 Maple Ave, Lisle 60532

1700 Robin Ln, Lisle 60532

BROOKDALE Lisle

14595 Rockland Rd, Libertyville 60048

Green Oaks Senior Living

Presence Bethlehem Woods Retirement Community 1571 W Ogden Ave, LaGrange Park 60526

120 1515 Barrington Rd, Hoffman Estates 60005 121

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Forest Apartments, 520 Forest Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137

60 N Nicoll Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137

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8975 W Golf Rd, Niles 60714

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Naperville Elderly Homes, Inc 310 W Martin Av, Naperville 60540 Spring Meadows Naperville 504 N River Rd, Naperville 60563 Tabor Hills, 1327 Crystal Ave, Naperville 60563

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847-825-1161

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708-383-1111

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110 W Schaumburg Rd, Streamwood 60107

Westbrook Senior Living

708 N Elmhurst Rd, Prospect Heights 60070

Grandbrier of Prospect Heights

Summit of Uptown, 10 N Summit Ave, Park Ridge 60068

1111 Ontario St, Oak Park 60302

BROOKDALE Oak Park

4501 Concord Ln, Northbrook 60062

BROOKDALE Northbrook

Central Baptist Village, 4747 N Canfield Av, Norridge 60706

7000 N Newark Ave, Niles 60714

Glen Saint Andrew Living Community

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WHEATON

630-887-7000

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Wyndemere Sr Care, LLC, 200 Wyndemere Cir, Wheaton 60187

Cordia Senior Residence, 865 N Cass Ave, Westmont 60559

407 W 63rd St, Westmont 60559

Aspired Living of Westmont

10 E Hawthorn Pkwy, Vernon Hills 60061 3

109 BC

97 W Phillip Rd, Vernon Hills 60061

Victory Centre of Vernon Hills

PHONE #

847-793-2470

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145 N Milwaukee Ave, Vernon Hills 60061

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full kitchens, and private baths are available. Services include meal plans, transportation, housekeeping, laundry and maintenance. Amenities are usually abundant; formal libraries, computer stations, swimming pools, gardens, and other social gathering spaces. Rates are monthly, and are typically based on size/location of apartment. SECURED UNIT – A secured unit dedicated to Alzheimer’s/Dementia residents to prevent wandering outside the community without supervision. SKILLED CARE – 24 hour licensed nursing services, eight hours of which are RN covered. Patient may receive rehab services either inpatient or outpatient and may be fully dependent for ADL’s. Patients receive medications by an RN according to a licensed physicians orders. SKILLED NURSING FACILITY – Facilities provide 24/7 care for residents and offer full assistance with ADL’s. Daily rates typically include a furnished bedroom and a private or shared bath, meals, activities, transportation, phone

service, cable television and all personal/nursing care. Payor sources usually accepted are Medicare, Medicaid, VA, some insurance plans and private sources. TRACH CARE - Refers to care administered to patients who have undergone a tracheotomy. A tracheotomy is a surgical procedure in which a cut or opening is made in the windpipe (trachea). The surgeon inserts a tube into the opening to bypass an obstruction, allow air to get to the lungs, or remove secretions. VENTILATOR - Moves breatheable air into and out of the lungs, to provide the mechanism of breathing for a patient who is physically unable to breathe, or is breathing insufficiently.

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Senior Housing Definitions

WANDERGUARD - Offered at some facilities. A resident with memory loss or confusion wears a small discrete pendant. Each external door in the care home is fitted with a radio detector which detects when a pendant moves near an exit. The WanderGuard will sound an audible alarm, alerting the staff of a patient wandering. ~

Where’s the Party? Check out the Activities Calendar at

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Sometimes life holds an endless list of challenges, until you discover an

Abundance of Solutions. If you have questions about senior living, we have answers. Aging is often difficult with a seemingly endless number of decisions and changes. Let us offer simple solutions. We’ll share with you information on your many options and offer a helping hand to assist you on your journey.

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Brookdale Burr Ridge

A Brookdale Managed Community

6801 High Grove Boulevard Burr Ridge, IL 60527 (630) 920-2900

Brookdale Des Plaines

800 South River Road Des Plaines, Illinois 60016 (847) 294-0100

Brookdale Glen Ellyn 60 North Nicoll Way Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 (630) 446-1600

Brookdale Lake View 3121 North Sheridan Chicago, Illinois 60657 (773) 404-9800

Brookdale Lisle 1700 Robin Lane Lisle, IL 60532 (630) 963-1800

Brookdale Niles

A Brookdale Managed Community

8975 West Golf Road Niles, Illinois 60714 (847) 296-0333

Brookdale Hawthorn Lakes

Brookdale Northbrook

Brookdale Hoffman Estates

Brookdale Oak Park

Brookdale Hoffman Estates Golf Road

Brookdale Prospect Heights

10 East Hawthorn Parkway Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061 (847) 367-2516

1515 Barrington Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169 (847) 490-5800

A Brookdale Managed Community

2150 West Golf Road Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169 (847) 755-0735

Brookdale Lake Shore Drive 2960 North Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois 60657 (773) 880-2960

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Independent Living | Assisted Living Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing

4501 Concord Lane Northbrook, Illinois 60062 (847) 803-7100 1111 Ontario Street Oak Park, Illinois 60302 (708) 383-1111 A Brookdale Managed Community

700 East Euclid Avenue Prospect Heights, Illinois 60070 (847) 797-2700

Brookdale Vernon Hills

A Brookdale Managed Community

145 North Milwaukee Avenue Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061 (847) 793-2470 BROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING and BRINGING NEW LIFE TO SENIOR LIVING are the registered trademarks of Brookdale Senior Living Inc. ©2016 Brookdale Senior Living Inc. All rights reserved.

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Introducing Travanse Living™ at Wheaton

We’re a bit different. We think moving to an active senior living community should be something we all look forward to, and we’ve built our community around that philosophy. Offering Assisted Living and Enlight Memory Care, we provide our residents with the 24-hour support they need, along with an engaging, fulfilling lifestyle they love. Isn’t that the difference you deserve?

Experience Life. Uplifted! Visit our Welcome Center today.

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of Lake Zurich

Expect more out of Senior Living. Opening soon, Azpira Place™ offers residents an extraordinary experience. To complement our 24-hour Supportive and Assisted Living services, our community goes above and beyond the expected, offering:

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– All-day dining – Resort-quality amenities – Spacious studio and one-bedroom apartments

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Alden Gardens of Waterford Assisted Living Community 1955 Randi Dr, Aurora 60504

Bickford Senior Living, 7 S Orchard Rd, Aurora 60506

Bright Oaks of Aurora, 1340 River St, Aurora 60506

Jennings Terrace, 275 S LaSalle, Aurora 60505

Sunnymere, 925 Sixth Ave, Aurora 60505

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847-368-3000

Alden Courts of Waterford Memory Care Assisted Living Community, 1991 Randi Dr, Aurora 60504

Hearthstone of Arlington Heights, 800 W Oakton St, Arlington Hts 60004

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2001 W Algonquin Rd, Algonquin 60102

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Clarendale of Algonquin

2001 West Algonquin Road Algonquin, IL 60102 847-458-6800 ClarendaleOfAlgonquin.com

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1101 W Bartlett Rd, Bartlett 60103

Victory Centre of Bartlett

847-382-8888

Sunrise of Barrington, 510 Northwest Hwy, Barrington 60010

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847-304-1996

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Prairie View at the Garlands, 6000 Garlands Ln, Barrington 60010

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King-Bruwaert House, 6101 County Line Rd, Burr Ridge 60527

16W301 91st St, Burr Ridge 60527

Burr Ridge Senior Living

6801 High Grove Blvd, Burr Ridge 60527

BROOKDALE Burr Ridge

Sunrise of Buffalo Grove, 180 W Half Day Rd, Buffalo Grove 60089

Sunrise of Bloomingdale, 129 E Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108

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847-478-8484

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630-295-8600

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630-766-0605

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Alden Garden & Courts of Des Plaines, 1227 Golf Rd, Des Plaines 60016

The Birches Assisted Living, 215 55th St, Clarendon Hills 60514

2370 N Newcastle Ave, Chicago 60707

Victory Centre of Galewood

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630-510-5200

Windsor Park , 124 Windsor Park Dr, Carol Stream 60188

CARY

630-510-1515

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Atria Park of Glen Ellyn, 95 Carleton Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137

Park Place Christian Community, 1050 Euclid Ave, Elmhurst 60126

975 Martha St, Elk Grove Village 60007

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$4,000

$3,800

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847-755-0735 98

LAKE ZURICH 123

52

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LAGRANGE PARK

120 121

120 121

HOFFMAN ESTATES

630-491-1002

HINSDALE

847-681-1620

105

630-446-1600 227 $4,800

HIGHLAND PARK

120 121

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795 N Rand Rd, Lake Zurich 60047

Azpira Place of Lake Zurich

Presence Bethlehem Woods Retirement Community 1571 W Ogden Ave, LaGrange Park 60526

2150 W Golf Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169

BROOKDALE Hoffman Estates Golf Rd

1515 Barrington Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169

BROOKDALE Hoffman Estates

Eve Astd Liv & Memory Care, 10 N Washington St, Hinsdale 60521

Sunrise of Highland Park, 1601 Green Bay Rd, Highland Park 60035

Heritage Woods of Gurnee, 3775 Grand Ave, Gurnee 60031

60 N Nicoll Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137

BROOKDALE Glen Ellyn

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Lombard Place Assisted Living & Memory Care, 300 W 22nd St, Lombard 60148

60

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630-620-0099

Lexington Square of Lombard, 555 Foxworth Blvd, Lombard 60148

LOMBARD

630-725-7000

630-963-1600 56

LISLE

847-497-8670 60

630-953-8990

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Fountain Square of Lombard, 2210 Fountain Square Dr, Lombard 60148

Villa St Benedict, 1920 Maple Ave, Lisle 60532

1700 Robin Ln, Lisle 60532

BROOKDALE Lisle

14595 Rockland Rd, Libertyville 60048

AD ON PAGE #

847-550-0555 62

# OF UNITS

1

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$4,750

$3,850

$3,560

LOWEST STARTING PRICE

Green Oaks Senior Living

PHONE #

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Cedar Lake Assisted Living & Memory Care, 777 Church St, Lake Zurich 60047

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120 121

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847-803-7100 46

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708-447-5092

NORTH RIVERSIDE

630-896-7778

NORTH AURORA

708-583-8500

96

847-647-8332 35

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$2,367

$3,405

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4501 Concord Ln, Northbrook 60062

BROOKDALE Northbrook

The Scottish Home, 2800 Des Plaines Ave, North Riverside 60546

Asbury Gardens, 210 Airport Rd, North Aurora 60542

Central Baptist Village, 4747 N Canfield Ave, Norridge 60706

7000 N Newark Ave, Niles 60714

Glen Saint Andrew Living Community

630-305-9400

Sunrise of Naperville North, 535 W Ogden Ave, Naperville 60563

NILES

630-579-1400

Sunrise of Naperville, 960 E Chicago Ave, Naperville 60540

32

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NAPERVILLE

109 BC

Spring Meadows Naperville, 504 N River Rd, Naperville 60563

1619 N Mill St, Naperville 60563

HarborChase of Naperville

1800 Riverwoods Dr, Melrose Park 60160

Victory Centre of River Woods

MELROSE PARK

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708 N Elmhurst Rd, Prospect Heights 60070

Grandbrier of Prospect Heights

700 E Euclid Av, Prospect Hts 60070

BROOKDALE Prospect Heights

847-824-1724

Sunrise of Park Ridge, 1725 Ballard Rd, Park Ridge 60005

108

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847-278-9410 69

847-551-6973 70

PROSPECT HEIGHTS

847-825-1161

60

708-383-1111 36

PARK RIDGE

120 121

OAK PARK

224-261-8352 69

Summit of Uptown, 10 North Summit Ave, Park Ridge 60068

1111 Ontario St, Oak Park 60302

PHONE #

IFC

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3800

$4,800

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BROOKDALE Oak Park

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NORTHBROOK (cont’d)

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Northbrook Inn Memory Care Community, 99 Pointe Dr, Northbrook 60062

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99

630-405-5709 59

STREAMWOOD

630-587-8800

ST CHARLES

847-531-8360

SOUTH ELGIN

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847-783-7698 94

SCHAUMBURG

109 BC

ROUND LAKE BEACH

847-670-8080

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$3,700

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$3,800

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97 W Phillip Rd, Vernon Hills 60061

Victory Centre of Vernon Hills

145 N Milwaukee Ave, Vernon Hills 60061

BROOKDALE Vernon Hills

110 W Schaumburg Rd, Streamwood 60107

Westbrook Senior Living

Bickford Senior Living, 2875 Campton Hills Rd, St Charles 60175

Heritage Woods of South Elgin, 700 N McLean Blvd, South Elgin 60177

Sunrise of Schaumburg, 790 N Plum Grove Rd, Schaumburg 60005

76 E Rollins Rd, Round Lake Beach 60073

Oak Hill Supportive Living

Plum Creek Supportive Living 2801 Algonquin Rd, Rolling Meadows 60008

ROLLING MEADOWS

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630-681-1343 630-734-9954

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630-681-1234

WHEATON

630-887-7000

630-824-3838 73

WILLOWBROOK

122

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847-367-2516 50

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$4,679

$4,050

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$4,340

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Sunrise of Willowbrook , 6300 Clarendon Hill Rd, Willowbrook 60527

Westbridge Assisted Living, 500 Wyndemere Cir, Wheaton 60187

219 East Parkway Dr, Wheaton 60187

Travanse Living at Wheaton

Brighton Gardens of Wheaton, 831 E Butterfield Rd, Wheaton 60189

Cordia Senior Residence, 865 N Cass Ave, Westmont 60559

407 W 63rd St, Westmont 60559

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Aspired Living of Westmont

PHONE #

120 121

LOWEST STARTING PRICE

10 E Hawthorn Pkwy, Vernon Hills 60061

# OF UNITS

VERNON HILLS (cont’d)

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BROOKDALE Hawthorn Lakes

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Prairie View at the Garlands, 6000 Garlands Ln, Barrington 60010

630-892-8800 847-304-1996

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24

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630-631-5555

Bright Oaks of Aurora, 1340 River St, Aurora 60506

BARRINGTON

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66

AURORA

224-415-2601

130

847-368-7400

630-851-1466

IFC

42

847-725-6700

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

54 $5,900

Alden Courts of Waterford Memory Care Assisted Living Community, 1991 Randi Dr, Aurora 60504 Bickford Senior Living, 7 S Orchard Rd, Aurora 60506

511 W Rand Rd, Arlington Heights 60004

Waverly Inn Memory Care Community

Autumn Leaves of Arlington Heights 1625 S Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heights 60005 Lutheran Home, 800 W Oakton St, Arlington Heights 60004

AD ON PAGE #

847-458-6800

# OF UNITS

125 139 168

LOWEST STARTING PRICE

2001 W Algonquin Rd, Algonquin 60102

PHONE #

ALGONQUIN

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Clarendale of Algonquin

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MEMORY CARE ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES MEMORY CARE ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES

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224-339-4655

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2001 West Algonquin Road Algonquin, IL 60102 847-458-6800 ClarendaleOfAlgonquin.com

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OPENING SPRING 2017

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Introducing Village-Style Retirement Living

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IFC

630-893-9616

BLOOMINGDALE

847-382-8888

Clarendale of Algonquin

Sm = Small / C = Cats Only

241 E Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108

Lakeview Memory Care Community

Alden Valley Ridge Short-Term Rehabilitation & Health Care 275 E Army Trail Rd, Bloomingdale 60108

Sunrise of Barrington, 510 Northwest Hwy, Barrington 60010

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Belmont Village at Geneva Road, 545 Belmont Ln, Carol Stream 60188

King Bruwaert House, 6101 County Line Rd, Burr Ridge 60527

630-323-2250

630-920-2900

630-785-4216

630-206-3048

630-510-1515

CAROL STREAM

CLARE BRIDGE ALZHEIMER’S & 120 DEMENTIA CARE BROOKDALE SENIOR 121 LIVING, 6801 High Grove Blvd, Burr Ridge 60527

16W301 91st St, Burr Ridge 60527

Burr Ridge Senior Living

847-478-8484

BURR RIDGE

Anthem Memory Care Harvester Place 136

Sunrise of Buffalo Grove, 180 W Half Day Rd, Buffalo Grove 60089

BUFFALO GROVE

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24 $3,520

66

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30

# OF UNITS

630-295-8600

LOWEST STARTING PRICE

150 S Frontage Rd, Burr Ridge 60527

PHONE #

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Sunrise of Bloomingdale, 129 E Lake St, Bloomingdale 60108

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773-244-0005

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847-462-4951

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$6,700

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630-469-5555

Sm = Small / C = Cats Only

630-469-5500

Atria Park of Glen Ellyn, 95 Carleton Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137

GLEN ELLYN

630-262-3900

Arden Courts Oof Glen Ellyn, 2S706 Park Blvd, Glen Ellyn 60137

Arden Courts of Geneva, 2388 Bricher Rd, Geneva 60134

630-936-4100

Park Place Christian Community, 1050 Euclid Av, Elmhurst 60126

GENEVA

630-359-3113

ELMHURST

847-534-8815

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630-969-2900

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630-769-6200

DOWNERS GROVE

630-789-1135

CLARENDON HILLS

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630-510-5500

Artis Sr Living of Elmhurst , 123 W Brush Hill Rd, Elmhurst 60126

Arden Courts of Elk Grove, 1940 Nerge Rd, Elk Grove Village 60007

Oak Trace, 250 Village Dr, Downers Grove 60516 Saratoga Grove Retirement, Assisted & Memory Care, 3460 Saratoga Ave, Downers Grove 60515

The Birches Assisted Living, 215 55th St, Clarendon Hills 60514

Sunrise of Lincoln Park, 2710 N Clark St, Chicago 60614

Three Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care, 1055 Silver Lake Rd, Cary 60013

Windsor Park , 124 Windsor Park Dr, Carol Stream 60188

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2150 W Golf Rd, Hoffman Estates 60169

BROOKDALE Hoffman Estates Golf Rd

Eve Astd Liv & Memory Care, 10 N Washington, Hinsdale 60521

Sunrise of Highland Park, 1601 Green Bay Rd, Highland Park 60035

Autumn Leaves of Gurnee, 505 Hunt Club Rd, Gurnee 60031

Anthem Memory Care Emerald Place 1879 Chestnut Ave, Glenview 60025

750 S Park Blvd, Glen Ellyn 60137

AD ON PAGE # 847-855-1380

GURNEE

630-296-6383

GLENVIEW

224-227-3014

120 121

847-755-0735

HOFFMAN ESTATES

630-491-1002

HINSDALE

847-681-1620

HIGHLAND PARK

IFC

$6,115

$4,000

$3,800

$6,575

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# OF UNITS

630-909-0101

LOWEST STARTING PRICE

Maple Glen Memory Care Community

PHONE #

GLEN ELLYN (cont’d)

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Autumn Leaves of Glen Ellyn, 190 Geneva Rd, Glen Ellyn 60137

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630-305-9400

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630-579-1400

Sunrise of Naperville, 960 E Chicago Ave, Naperville 60540

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630-548-4488

Spring Meadows Naperville, 504 N River Rd, Naperville 60563

Sm = Small / C = Cats Only

630-778-9221

630-765-5321

630-983-0300

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$2,000

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630-620-0099

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630-953-8990

LOMBARD

630-725-7000

LISLE

847-497-8670

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Silverado Naperville, 1936 Brookdale Rd, Naperville 60563

1619 N Mill St, Naperville 60563

HarborChase of Naperville

Alden Estates of Naperville, 1525 S Oxford Ln, Naperville 60565

Lombard Place Assisted Living & Memory Care, 300 W 22nd St, Lombard 60148

Fountain Square of Lombard 2210 Fountain Square Dr, Lombard 60148 Lexington Square of Lombard, 555 Foxworth Blvd, Lombard 60148

Villa St Benedict, 1920 Maple Ave, Lisle 60532

14595 Rockland Rd, Libertyville 60048

Green Oaks Senior Living

Cedar Lake Assisted Living & Memory Care, 777 Church St, Lake Zurich 60047

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NORRIDGE

847-647-8332

224-261-8352

Northbrook Inn Memory Care Community, 99 Pointe Dr, Northbrook 60062 IFC

847-795-9000

NORTHBROOK

708-447-5092

NORTH RIVERSIDE

630-896-7778

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Arden Courts of Northbrook, 3240 Milwaukee Av, Northbrook 60062

The Scottish Home, 2800 Des Plaines Ave, North Riverside 60546

Asbury Gardens, 210 Airport Rd, North Aurora 60542

Central Baptist Village, 4747 N Canfield Ave, Norridge 60706

7000 N Newark Ave, Niles 60714

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The Springs at Monarch Landing, 2308 N Rte 59, Naperville 60563

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630-405-5709

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630-587-8800

ST CHARLES

847-531-8360

White Oaks of South Elgin, 704 N McLean St, South Elgin 60177

Bickford Senior Living, 2875 Campton Hills Rd, St Charles 60175

847-717-3187

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847-844-1205

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847-517-9700

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Autumn Leaves of South Barrington 215 Bartlett Rd, South Barrington 60010

Sunrise of Schaumburg, 790 N Plum Grove Rd, Schaumburg 60193

708 N Elmhurst Rd, Prospect Heights 60070

Grandbrier of Prospect Heights

700 E Euclid Ave, Prospect Heights 60070

BROOKDALE Prospect Heights

847-824-1724

Sunrise of Park Ridge, 1725 Ballard Rd, Park Ridge 60068

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847-825-1161

PARK RIDGE

630-534-0886

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Summit of Uptown, 10 N Summit Ave, Park Ridge 60068

Terra Vista of Oakbrook Terrace 1635 S Ardmore Ave, Oakbrook Terrace 60181

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Sunrise of Wilmette, 615 Ridge Rd, Wilmette 60091

Sunrise of Willowbrook, 6300 Clarendon Hill Rd, Willowbrook 60527

219 E Parkway Dr, Wheaton 60187

Travanse Living at Wheaton

Brighton Gardens of Wheaton, 831 E Butterfield Rd, Wheaton 60189

407 W 63rd St, Westmont 60559

Aspired Living of Westmont

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630-734-9954

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708-336-3570

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17833 S Harlem Ave, Tinley Park 60477

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STRIVE Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Path to Wellness and At BRIA Health Services, our comprehensive treatment programs, Independence rehabilitation equipment and expertly trained therapists ensure superior outcomes for a broad range of patients and conditions, including post-acute, medically complex and chronic diagnosis.

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Schedule a tour today at one of our locations Belleville 150 North 27th Street Belleville, IL 62226 (618) 235-6600 BRIA on the Lake 2115 East Woodstock Place Milwaukee, WI 53202 (414) 271-1020 Cahokia 3354 Jerome Lane Cahokia, IL 62206 (618) 337-9400 Chicago Heights 120 West 26th Street Chicago Heights, IL 60411 (708) 756-5200 Forest Edge 8001 South Western Avenue Chicago, IL 60620 (773) 436-6600 Geneva 1101 East State Street Geneva, IL 60134 (630) 232-7544

...because there is a better way The BRIA Rehabilitation Program is your most effective way home after a hospital stay. Our interdisciplinary team of therapy professionals will build your Strength Through Restoring Independence, Vitality and Energy. Our on-site team includes: Physical and Occupational Therapists, Respiratory Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Physiatrist, Medical Specialists including Cardiologists, Pulmonologists, Nephrologists, Wound Care Specialists, 24-Hour RN Coverage and Full-Time Nurse Practitioner. All BRIA Health Services locations are independently owned and operated. BRIA Health Services, L.L.C., is not the owner or operator of any BRIA Health Services location

Lake Park Center 919 Washington Park Waukegan, IL 60085 (847) 623-9100 River Oaks 14500 South Manistee Burnham, IL 60633 (708) 862-1260 Palos Hills 10426 South Roberts Road Palos Hills, IL 60465 (708) 598-3460 STRIVE Center for Rehabilitation 10400 South Roberts Road Palos Hills, IL 60465 (708) 443-7400 Trinity Village 7500 West Dean Road Milwaukee, WI 53223 (414) 371-7300 Westmont 6501 South Cass Avenue Westmont, IL 60559 (630) 960-2026

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STRIVE Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Path to Wellness and Independence continued from page 148 reality augments therapy system. These non-surgical, medication-free treatment options for a wide range of conditions experienced by aging adults include:

Pain • Complications from a stroke Swelling • Loss of movement • Arthritis • Bladder problems • Muscle weakness • Slow healing wounds • Coordination or balance problems • Post-surgical recovery • Recovery 0/15 4:46 PM from Pagejoint 1 replacement • Carpal tunnel syndrome • Poor circulation Additionally, through the Synchrony program, we offer advanced •

treatment solutions for dysphagia supported by leading edge medical technology and evidence-based protocols, in conjunction with advanced speech language pathology. Over the years, BRIA has developed a reputation for efficacy, safety and innovation. STRIVE to be independent. STRIVE for vitality. STRIVE for maximum energy. STRIVE with BRIA Health Services! ~ Editor’s Note: This article was written by Evan Lafer, Corporate Director of Business Development, BRIA Health Services.

Pioneering Culture Change

from state-of-the-art Rehabilitation to restored Independence

Rehabilitation Therapy in Beautiful, Comfortable Suites: In-House Therapy, 7-Days a Week Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Respiratory Therapy

Wound Care Therapy Speech Therapy

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Bridgeway Senior Living, 111 E Washington St, Bensenville 60106

Prairie View at the Garlands, 6000 Garlands Ln, Barrington 60010

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14500 S Manistee Ave, Burnham 60633

BRIA of River Oaks

Symphony of Buffalo Grove, 150 Weiland Rd, Buffalo Grove 60089

Alden Valley Ridge Short-Term Rehabilitation & Health Care 275 E Army Trail Rd, Bloomingdale 60108

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708-862-1260

BURNHAM

847-465-0200

BUFFALO GROVE

630-893-9616

BLOOMINGDALE

630-766-5800

BENSENVILLE

847-304-1996

BARRINGTON

630-897-6947

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My Rehab, 800 W Oakton St, Arlington Heights 60004

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773-338-6800

773-545-8700

773-436-6600

773-622-6144

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GlenCrest Healthcare & Rehabilitation Centre, 2451 W Touhy Rd, Chicago 60645

Ballard Respiratory & Rehabilitation Center, 9300 Ballard Rd, Des Plaines 60016

630-510-5200

CHICAGO

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630-323-2250

630-920-2900

CAROL STREAM

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Glen Elston Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre, 4340 N Keystone, Chicago 60641

8001 S Western Ave, Chicago 60620

BRIA of Forest Edge

2833 N Nordica Ave, Chicago 60634

Bethesda Rehab & Senior Care

Windsor Park , 124 Windsor Park Dr, Carol Stream 60188

King-Bruwaert House, 6101 County Line Rd, Burr Ridge 60527

6801 High Grove Blvd, Burr Ridge 60527

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Park Place Christian Community, 1050 Euclid Ave, Elmhurst 60126

Aperion Care Forest Park, 8200 W Roosevelt Rd, Forest Park 60130

708-488-9850

FOREST PARK

847-869-1300

EVANSTON

630-832-2300

Lexington Square of Elmhurst, 420 W Butterfield Rd, Elmhurst 60126

Aperion Care Evanston, 1300 Oak Ave, Evanston 60201

630-530-5225

Elm Brook HealthCare & Rehab Ctr, 127 W Diversey Av, Elmhurst 60126

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630-495-4000

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630-810-0500

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708-354-4660

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BROOKDALE Lisle Rehabilitation & Skilled 120 121 Nursing Care, 1800 Robin Ln, Lisle 60532

Lexington Square of Lombard, 555 Foxworth Blvd, Lombard 60148

630-232-7544

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Meadowbrook Manor – La Grange, 339 S 9th Ave, La Grange 60525

6800 Joliet Rd, Indian Head Park 60525

Briar Place

1101 E State St, Geneva 60134

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708-447-5092

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630-896-1631

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708-457-0700

Norridge Gardens , 7001 W Cullom, Norridge 60706

Asbury Gardens, 212 Airport Rd, North Aurora 60542

708-583-8500

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GlenBridge Nursing & Rehabilitation Centre, 8333 W Golf Rd, Niles 60714

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Abbington Rehab & Nursing Center, 31 W Central, Roselle 60172

3705 Deerfield Rd, Riverwoods 60015

Brentwood North Healthcare & Rehabilitation Centre

22660 S Cicero Ave, Richton Park 60471

847-551-6973

708-747-6120

847-947-9000

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630-894-5058

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Glenshire Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

700 E Euclid Ave, Prospect Heights 60070

BROOKDALE Prospect Heights

10400 S Roberts Rd, Palos Hills 60465

708-443-7400

708-598-3460

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630-495-0220

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10426 S Roberts Rd, Palos Hills 60465

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847-249-2400

630-960-2026

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Chateau Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr, 7050 Madison St, Willowbrook 60521

630-665-4330

Wynscape, 2180 Manchester Rd, Wheaton 60187

FC = Front Cover

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ADDISON College Park Apts 930 College Blvd, Addison 60101 630-495-3224

DARIEN Myers Commons Senior Apts 2625 83rd St, Darien 60561 630-789-8939

DES PLAINES

Indian Trail Apts 601 N Meadows Blvd, Addison 60101 630-627-5332

Henrich House 1301 Ashland, Des Plaines 60016 847-299-6200

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

DOWNERS GROVE

The Albert Goedke House 215 W Miner St, Arlington Heights 60005 847-253-5450

Immanuel Residence 1122 Gilbert Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-852-1310

Cedar Village Of Arlington Heights 320 W Campbell St, Arlington Hts 60005 847-506-1010

Oak Tree Towers 1120 Warren Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-964-6600

BENSENVILLE Castle Tower 325 S York Rd, Bensenville 60106 630-860-5515

BLOOMINGDALE Wilshire Towers 201 Regency Dr, Bloomingdale 60108 630-893-4400

CAROL STREAM Autumn Ridge Apts 326 President St, Carol Stream 60188 630-653-9393

Peace Memorial Manor 3737 Highland Ave, Downers Grove 60515 630-960-5770

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ELMHURST Green Castle 190 N Michigan Ave, Elmhurst 60126 630-941-8894

ELMWOOD PARK Elmwood Park Sr Complex 7940 W Grand Ave, Elmwood Park 60707 708-583-1235

EVANSTON

Colony Park 550 E Thornhill Dr, Carol Stream 60188 630-682-9000

Jane R Perlman Apts 1900 Sherman Ave, Evanston 60201 847-869-0870

Villagebrook 278 E St Charles Rd, Carol Stream 60188 630-665-6677

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FOREST PARK

MAYWOOD Maywood Phoenix Home 401 Green St, Maywood 60153 708-344-0365

MORTON GROVE

Linden House Apts 1020 Des Plaines Ave, Forest Park 60130 708-366-0080

Morton Grove Housing For The Elderly 9016 Waukegan Rd, Morton Grove 60053 847 564-2900

FRANKLIN PARK

MOUNT PROSPECT

Franklin Towers 9535 W Franklin Ave, Franklin Park 60131 847-455-0189

Centennial North Apts 900 E Ardyce Dr, Mount Prospect 60056 312-222-0777

GLEN ELLYN

Huntington Towers 571 W Huntington Commons Rd, Mt Prospect 60056 847-640-1337

Forest Apts 520 Forest Ave, Glen Ellyn 60137 630-469-2020

GLENDALE HEIGHTS Shorewood Towers 1074 Michael Dr, Glendale Hts 60139 630-462-0877 Thomas Place 1123 Bloomingdale Rd, Glendale Hts 60139 630-348-7755

GLENVIEW Glenview Elderly Housing 939 Harlem Ave, Glenview 60025 847-724-6308

LISLE The Abbey Apts (At Four Lakes) 5550-5760 Abbey Dr, Lisle 60532 630-322-9700

NAPERVILLE Charles Court 300 N Charles St, Naperville 60540 630-357-5040 Martin Avenue Apts 310 W Martin Ave, Naperville 60540 630-357-0909 Ogden Manor 395 W Ogden Ave, Naperville 60540 630-355-4333

NILES Huntington Apts 9201 Maryland, Niles 60714 847-965-1350

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ROSELLE

Green Castle of North Aurora 100 Mitchell Rd, North Aurora 60542 630-966-1500

Rose Glen Apts 227 Frontier Dr, Roselle 60172 630-789-8939

NORTHLAKE

SKOKIE

Northlake Senior Housing 126 S Wolf Rd, Northlake 60164 708-409-4710

Armond King Apts 9238 Gross Point Rd, Skokie 60076 847-679-2995

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WESTMONT

Mayslake Village 1801 35th St, Oakbrook 60523 630-850-8232

ICARE – IL 501 N Cass Ave, Westmont 60559 630-963-9631

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WHEATON

Heritage House 201 Lake St, Oak Park 60302 708-848-1800

Marian Park – Assisi Homes of IL 2126 W Roosevelt Rd, Wheaton 60187 630-665-9100

Mills Park Tower 1025 Pleasant Pl, Oak Park 60302 708-386-7536

WHEELING

The Oaks 114 S Humphrey Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-386-5812

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NORTH AURORA

Wheeling Tower 200 N Milwaukee Ave, Wheeling 60090 847-520-4384

WILMETTE

Ryan Farrelly Apts 435 S Humphrey Ave, Oak Park 60302 708-386-5812

Shore Line Place 324 Linden Ave, Wilmette 60091 847-251-6212

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Palatine Senior Residences 450 E Baldwin Rd, Palatine 60067 847-776-9420

Hawthorne Ridge 3211 Fox Dr, Woodridge 60517 630-985-2540

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ADVERTISER INDEX

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Active Senior Expo

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Alexian Village of Elk Grove

74

Alzheimer's Association

77

American Parkinson Disease Association - Midwest Chapter

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Cedar Lake Assisted Living and Memory Care Clarendale of Algonquin Community Care Alliance of Illinois, NFP Connect America

Anthem Memory Care

39

Custom Windows by Beldon Home Solutions

Aspired Living of Westmont

87

Destiny Senior Care

Assisting Hands

27

DI MONTE & LIZAK, LLC

123

Azpira Place of Lake Zurich

35

Dignity Memorial

147

Bethesda Rehab & Senior Care

25

Dutton & Casey Attorneys at Law

108

Grandbrier of Prospect Heights

136 3 89

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Bria Health Services BROOKDALE Senior Living Burr Ridge Senior Living Caregiving.com & AfterGiving.com

1 135, 137 91

Green Oaks Senior Living HarborChase of Naperville Home Care Assistance

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JenCare Neighborhood Medical Centers

97

Shay Healthcare Services, Inc

IFC

LakeView Memory Care Community

47

Silver Connections

38

LeafGuard By Beldon Home Solutions

151

150

Lee Manor Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Facility

1

Three Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care

122

Travanse Living at Wheaton

85

LifeStyle Options, Inc

1

Lombard Place Assisted Living and Memory Care

BC, 109

IFC

Maple Glen Memory Care Community

107

IFC

Northbrook Inn Memory Care Community

14

North Shore Patient Advocates

BC

Oak Hill Supportive Living

97

Phoenix Home Care, LLC

IBC

Physicians Pro Care, LLC

59

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The Glen Health Network

Victory Centre Vitas Healthcare Walgreens Home Health Care Walgreens Pharmacies Waverly Inn Memory Care Community Westbrook Senior Living

Progressive Radiology

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