Senior Living in La Grange, Illinois
This is what our La Grange clients have to say about us…
Thank you for the E-X-C-E-P-T-I-O-N-A-L service you provided my mother to help us through our rough patch recently. I am sure that she would not have survived her broken hip catastrophe without your assistance. It’s so good to know that you are there for the many of us that need your caring, compassionate services for our loved ones. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Laura from La Grange
Activities for Seniors in La Grange…
Act II Club
Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital’s Act II Seniors Club offers senior programs to adults 50 or older. Located at Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital, 5101 S. Willow Springs Road, La Grange. For membership or other information, call the ACT II Seniors Club Office at 708.245.8170.
Fitness Fun: Strength-Cardio-Stretch Combo for Act II members, meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00am or 1:30pm and Saturdays at 8:30am in the Dixon Education Center classroom of Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital. Strength Training aims to shape and define while increasing muscle mass and bone density. Low-impact aerobics strengthens the heart and lungs while burning fat for weight loss.
La Grange Kiwanis Club
Meets Thursdays from Noon to 1:15pm at the Park District of La Grange, 536 East Ave. (46th Street and East Ave.) Room 108. For more information, please call 708-352-2992.
La Grange Rotary Club
Meets Fridays at 12:15pm at Bella Bacino’s, 36 S. La Grange Road, La Grange.
Aging Care Connections
Dementia Exercise Group for patient and caregiver, meets Fridays at 9:30am-10:20am, 111 W. Harris Ave., La Grange. For more information, please call 708-354-1323.
Men Aging Issues Group, meets Fridays at 9:00am, 111 W. Harris Ave., La Grange. For more information, please call 708-354-1323 ext.15.
Aging Well, a program of Aging Care Connections, is dedicated to working with communities to create an environment in which people can age well. Serving 20 communities in the Lyons, Riverside, and south Proviso Township areas, the program is composed of hundreds of older adults and more than 130 community based organizations working together to create an environment in which people can age well.
The teams include older adults and individuals from community based organizations working together to address aging issues in their local communities. To find out more information about your local Community Action Team or obtain information about Aging Well, please contact Jim Matthews at 708-482-4704, Linda Hussey at 708-354-1323 ext. 42 or click here.