Senior Living in Western Springs, Illinois
This is what our Western Springs clients have to say about us…
The difference in my parents’ health and our family’s well being since you and your wonderful staff’s involvement is life altering.
Peggy, Western Springs
I feel mom has been very well cared for by your caregivers, they each brought their own special gifts and personalities to their work.
Carol, Western Springs
I want to sincerely thank you for the care that you provided my mother. On incredibly short notice, you provided compassionate and capable care. The care you provided my mother and the peace of mind you gave my sisters and I was invaluable.
Alicia, Western Springs
Activities for Seniors in Western Springs…
Western Springs Senior Center
All residents age 55 and older are welcome to participate in the center’s various activities. Located at the Grand Avenue Community Center at 4211 Grand Avenue, Western Springs. Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drop-in business hours (services available) are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. For more information, please call Mic Cagney at 708-246-3299.
Western Springs Seniors Club
This club offers a variety of social and educational activities separate from the Senior Center. Meets on the second Monday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Recreation Center located at 1500 Walker, Western Springs. For more information, please call 708-246-9070.
Kiwanis Club of Western Springs-Hinsdale
Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 8:00am at the Community Bank of Western Springs. Also meets the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm at the Grand Avenue Recreation Center.
I Live Alone Service
Police Department staff will make a daily telephone call to a resident living alone at the request of the individual, their friends, and / or family. To sign up for this service, please fill out the online form or visit the Police Department.
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 Michael Doepke at 630-323-7231, Linda Hussey at 708-354-1323 ext. 42 or click here.