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651 E. 151st Pl, PHOENIX, IL, 60426

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St. Andrew Manor Apartments in Phoenix, IL has Independent Living and Low Income Affordable. read more

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1111-B S Laflin ST, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8666439243
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1504 W. Van Buren Street, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8666127390
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318 South Throop St, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8666334007
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2059 W Washburne, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8885324506
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300 S. Damen, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8884741357
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1314 W. 15th. Street, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8668609941
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2040 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8883134309
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2045 W Jackson BLVD, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8662321156
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1401 S Blue Island Ave, Chicago, IL, 60707

Call for Pricing: 8889043201
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What is Independent Living?

Independent Living communities are senior housing communities designed for independent seniors that desire the conveniences of community living. These communities offera senior lifestyle filled with recreational, educational and social opportunities.Independent Living Communities may also called "Retirement Communities", "Congregate" Living" or "Senior Apartments"... Read More

Senior Care Data Points

What is the percentage of seniors in the United States, who are preferring to stay at home as they grow older and age?

More people are choosing to remain in their homes as they age. Various studies on aging, including a 2009 AARP study, have found that up to 89% of seniors want to live in their own homes as long as possible. The senior population has become the fastest growing segment in the United States; thus, the need for home care businesses will continue to increase.

Source: Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2015

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