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Assisted Living Facilities in Aurora, IL

Bright Oaks of Aurora - Aurora Memory Care

1340 River Street, Aurora, Illinois 60506

Kane County

License #: 5104986

Capacity: 60 people

Phone #: (630) 892-8800

Presence Fox Knoll

421 N. Lake St, Aurora, Illinois 60506

Kane County

License #: 5101073

Capacity: 79 people

Phone #: (630) 844-0380

Neighbors Next Door-Audrey

680 Audrey Ave, Aurora, Illinois 60505

Kane County

License #: 5200735

Capacity: 4 people

Phone #: (630) 650-5706

Neighbors Next Door-Gerten 700

700 Gerten Ave, Aurora, Illinois 60505

Kane County

License #: 5200743

Capacity: 4 people

Phone #: (630) 650-5706

Neighbors Next Door 701

701 Gerten Avenue, Aurora, Illinois 60505

Kane County

License #: 5200891

Capacity: 4 people

Phone #: (630) 650-5706

Neighbors Next Door Konen

735 Konen Avenue, Aurora, Illinois 60505

Kane County

License #: 5200909

Capacity: 4 people

Phone #: (630) 650-5706

Bickford of Aurora

7 South Orchard Road, Aurora, Illinois 60506

Kane County

License #: 5105934

Capacity: 60 people

Phone #: 6306315555

Senior Living in Aurora, Illinois

The city of Aurora lies in the outer part of the Greater Chicago region of the state of Illinois. It has a population of over 200,000 according to the latest U.S. Census. 6% of the population of Aurora comprises of seniors and 26% of those seniors live alone. 6% of Aurora senior households show an income of $10,000 or less while 19% have an annual income of less than $20,000. 20% of Illinois residents aged 60 and above received food stamps the previous year. Seniors in Aurora have an average Social Security Income of $16,755 and a median household income of $41,516. A total of 2,482 seniors are employed in the city of Aurora. Veterans make up 16% of the total senior population. Of the 3,273 seniors living alone in Aurora, 73% are female. 71% of the male Aurora seniors aged 65 and above are married compared to 41% of married female seniors of the same age. 84% of the seniors in Aurora, IL have access to a vehicle and 99% have access to a telephone.

Daily rate of assisted living for a single bedroom, single occupancy apartment in Aurora comes close to $128. Homemaker services cost about $132 per day which translates to an average of $4,029 per month. Home Health Aide services in Aurora cost $138 per day which translates into a monthly cost of $4,195 on average in the city. The annual cost of assisted living facility in Aurora, IL is about $46,770 with a 5 years annual growth rate of 2%. Homemaker services have a five years annual growth rate of 2%. Home Health Aide also has a five years annual growth rate of 2%.

Aurora is a great city to be in after you retire. There are a lot of city-led initiatives offered for the active seniors. The Aurora Seniors' Centre offers a lot of activities for the adults aged 55 years and above. It remains open five days a week and has daily activities to offer. You can join the walking club and have access to the indoor track at the Aurora Family Leisure Complex. From time to time, the seniors' center also organizes trips for travel and recreation. Silver Sneakers, the leading exercise program of Aurora allows the group retirees to take care of their fitness requirements. Also, there are golf clubs for senior residents to meet new people and join a league.

As far as the attractions offered by the city are concerned, the Paramount Theater houses a fabulous Broadway series. There are several farms like the Blackberry Farm and the Marmion Abbey Farms that allow seniors to have fun and a relaxing day trip. The Phillips Park Zoo and the family aquatic center are excellent places to visit for a nice afternoon trip. The city also boasts of several museums such as the Tanner House Museum and the SciTech hands on museum. Enthusiastic adults can also opt for various sightseeing tours organized by private companies. There are several performances that take place throughout the year to keep seniors engaged and healthy.

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