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Assisted Living Rockford, IL

Anam Care

8104 Sayer Rd, Rockford, Illinois 61108

Winnebago County

License #: 5103590

Capacity: 20 people

Phone #: (800) 304-5948

Anam Glen+

7978 Newburg Road, Rockford, Illinois 61108

Winnebago County

License #: 5201287

Capacity: 13 people

Phone #: (888) 895-1295


2885 McFarland Road, Rockford, Illinois 61107

Winnebago County

License #: 5104853

Capacity: 40 people

Phone #: (800) 286-0203

Bickford - Rockford House

960 N. Mulford Rd, Rockford, Illinois 61107

Winnebago County

License #: 5100265

Capacity: 65 people

Phone #: (800) 303-5357

Cherryvale Place

1545 Temple Lane, Rockford, Illinois 61112

Winnebago County

License #: 5105686

Capacity: 97 people

Phone #: (800) 295-1532

Crimson Pointe

7130 Crimson Ridge Dr., Rockford, Illinois 61107

Winnebago County

License #: 5103699

Capacity: 73 people

Phone #: (800) 304-5948

Luther Center

111 W. State St, Rockford, Illinois 61101

Winnebago County

License #: 5100935

Capacity: 29 people

Phone #: (888) 895-1295

Morning Star Village

1160 North Mulford Road, Rockford, Illinois 61107

Winnebago County

License #: 5103202

Capacity: 75 people

Phone #: (800) 286-0203

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Senior Living in Rockford, Illinois

The city of Rockford, which is home to 150,251 residents, is located outside the Chicago metropolitan area. It is the 171st most populous city in the United States. It is also the county seat of the Winnebago County. 14% of the population of Rockford comprises of seniors and 34% of the seniors are living without any other family members. 8% of Rockford senior households show an income of $10,000 or less while 29% have an annual income of less than $20,000. 19% of Rockford residents aged 60 and above received food stamps the previous year. Seniors in Rockford have an average Social Security Income of $16,793 and a median household income of $31,752. A total of 3,029 seniors are employed in the city of Rockford. Veterans make up 22% of the total senior population. Of the 7,106 seniors living alone in Rockford, 73% are female. 66% of the male seniors aged 65 and above are married compared to 35% of married female seniors of the same age. 82% of the seniors have access to a vehicle and 97% have access to a telephone.

Assisted living in a single bedroom, single occupancy apartment in Rockford costs $126 per day on average. Homemaker services cost about $125 per day which translates to an average of $3,813 per month. Home Health Aide services also cost $125 per day which translates into a monthly cost of $3,813 on average in the Rockford area of Illinois. The annual cost of assisted living facility is about $45,852 with a 5 years annual growth rate of 2%.  Homemaker services have a five years annual growth rate of 0% - essentially staying the same, whereas Home Health Aide also has a five years annual growth rate of 0%.

The city of Rockford can probably be termed as a peaceful haven for seniors. The beautiful gardens and the numerous museums give a lot of options to spend some nice outdoor time. The Anderson Japanese garden gives a chance to enjoy nature, including gardens, ponds, and waterfalls on a sunny day. The Nicholas conservatory and gardens, Sinnissippi Park, Klehm Arboretum and the Botanic gardens are two other choices for senior park lovers. For a retiree who is a museum lover, the Discovery Center museum, the Burpee museum of natural history, and Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum and gardens are must visits. If someone wants to enjoy a serene boat trip, there are several boat tours that run in the city.

The Coronado Theatre is a stunning place for the Rockford elders to visit along with the RVC Starlight Theater. For church goers, the Heartland community Church is known for its Sunday services. Apart from these attractions, the city is a food lover’s paradise. The great restaurants serve cuisines from all over the world and provide wonderful dining experiences. Moreover, there are several activities such as comedy performances, several concerts, music and dance shows held all through the year that give Rockford seniors a much-needed chance to step out of their homes and enjoy some time outdoors. provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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