Presbyterian Homes’ communities in Evanston, Lake Forest and Arlington Heights would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to the individuals and organizations listed below. Your kindness is truly remarkable, and we will never forget how you supported us during these difficult times.
In addition to the many heartfelt thanks and expressions of gratitude directed to the health care workers on staff at Presbyterian Homes communities in Evanston, Lake Forest and Arlington Heights, and in recognition of the extraordinary work being done by these exceptional men and women, the Presbyterian Homes’ Board of Directors authorized an extraordinary pay increase for all community staff starting on April 13th and continuing until June 5th.
As you research continuing care retirement community (CCRC) options, you’ll likely find that some are for-profit and some are not-for-profit. What’s the difference between each of those communities, and which choice is right for you?
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The cost of the retirement community you choose will vary depending on the type of care and amenities you need, your location, and your personal preferences. Choosing a retirement community for yourself or a loved one is a big decision. That’s why it’s so important to be informed about your options.
Topics: Retirement Costs
You’ve sifted, donated, packed, and are ready to move. It’s time to celebrate: You’ve made it through the most difficult part of downsizing.
The day has come to downsize to a new residence. Are you prepared, or did the decision happen quickly due to a health or life event? No matter your situation, there are many resources to help seniors tackle the tough task of scaling back and relocating.
Our living, working, social and emotional needs change as we transition through life. It’s the same with our living situation. The large home and collected treasures that seemed so necessary when our children were young may now feel overwhelming. As health changes and family moves away, older adults often find themselves making the shift to a safer, cozier, and maintenance-free residence.
We tend to acquire a lot of “stuff” over our lives. Often, these items have social or nostalgic significance to us, and we may find it difficult to imagine living without them. Yet, as you near retirement, those possessions that once delighted and defined you may begin to tax your strength and mental clarity.
Moving into a life plan community, such as The Moorings of Arlington Heights, is an investment toward your future. Many prospective residents have financial questions about this type of investment, including “Can I afford it?”
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