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Assisted Living Naperville, IL

 

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Assisted Living Facilities in Naperville, IL

Harbor Chase of Naperville

1619 N. Mill Street, Naperville, Illinois 60560

Du Page County

License #: 5105603

Capacity: 101 people

Phone #: (630) 778-3475

Silverado Naperville

1936 Brookdale Road, Naperville, Illinois 60563

DuPage County

License #: 5105645

Capacity: 50 people

Phone #: (630) 778-9221

Sunrise of Naperville*(ALI/Naperville Senior Hous)

960 E Chicago Ave, Naperville, Illinois 60540

DuPage County

License #: 5101271

Capacity: 76 people

Phone #: (630) 579-1400

Spring Meadows Naperville

504 N River Rd, Naperville, Illinois 60563

DuPage County

License #: 5103665

Capacity: 102 people

Phone #: (630) 548-4488

Sunrise of Naperville North

535 W Ogden Ave, Naperville, Illinois 60563

DuPage County

License #: 5101289

Capacity: 77 people

Phone #: (630) 305-9400

Springs at Monarch Landing

2308 N. Route 59, Naperville, Illinois 60563

DuPage County

License #: 5104671

Capacity: 28 people

Phone #: (630) 300-1200

Senior Living in Naperville, Illinois

The city of Naperville, which is home to 144,863 residents, is a suburb of Chicago and lies in Will and DuPage counties. 9% of the population of Naperville comprises of seniors. 23% of the seniors living in the city live by themselves. 4% of Naperville senior households earn an income of $10,000 or less while 15% have an annual income of less than $20,000. 22% of Naperville residents aged 60 and above received food stamps the previous year. Seniors in Naperville have an average Social Security Income of $19,837 and a median household income of $56,376. A total of 3,084 seniors are employed in the city of Naperville. Veterans make up 18% of the total senior population. Of the 2,859 seniors living alone in Naperville, 77% are female. 81% of the male seniors aged 65 and above are married compared to 46% of married female seniors of the same age. 87% of Naperville seniors have access to a vehicle and 99% have access to a telephone.

Daily rate of Naperville assisted living for a single bedroom, single occupancy apartment is $143. Homemaker services are about $144 per day which translates to an average of $4,385 per month. Home Health Aide services in Naperville also cost $144 per day which translates into a monthly cost of $4,385 on average. The annual cost of Naperville assisted living facilities is about $52,200 with a 5 years annual growth rate of -1%. Homemaker services in Naperville have a five years annual growth rate of 3% whereas Home Health Aide has a five years annual growth rate of 2%.

Naperville is a beautiful city with a lot to offer for the senior citizens. For the people who love swimming, Centennial beach provides some old-fashioned fun time. It is not only known for the water experience it provides with shallow as well as deep swim areas but also for its lovely gardens that enable one to spend a relaxing day there. For a real look into the past, seniors might want to visit the Naper settlement or enjoy a silent walk in the Riverwalk area. The Millennium Carillon is a pretty landmark that provides the elderly a top view of the entire city. For seniors who enjoy a nice relaxing spa, there are several spa services offered in the city that provide the much-needed unwinding.

Naperville has a growing senior population and therefore there are many governments led resources for the seniors. The Compass Church organizes an event called 'Singing for Seniors'. The event volunteers also provide pick up and drop facilities from the homes. The Senior Suburban Orchestra gives opportunities to the seniors to be a part of an active group where they can keep on playing their musical instruments. The Naperville Public library provides fantastic services for the senior citizen residents. If someone is unable to visit the library for temporary or a long-term health issue, it sends the reading material of your choice to the homes through its volunteers. This is a beautiful gesture of the city towards its older readers.

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