Located in a chiefly urban part of Cook County, Hoffman Estates has 7 elderly care facilities in the vicinity of the city that provides individuals a range of long term care options of which to select from. There is the possibility for it to be tough to move about Hoffman Estates, but it can be manageable for most without their own car. If needed, there are a few hospitals and nursing homes nearby.
Senior Living Amenities & Services
It is important to find the amenities you need so that you or your loved one can feel comfortable. Some of the amenities in these care facilities can include:
Nurses available 24-hours
Doctors on-call as needed
Hoffman Estates has a varied network that can cater to seniors' individual needs which can go beyond the usual level of services. Specialized care facilities may provide or facilitate access to on-call therapists for example, occupational and speech therapists. Some facilities inside the city arrange for kosher meals, can allow pets, provide outdoor recreational activities, as well as common areas for activites. If religion is important to you or your loved one, many long term care facilities offer prayer services on-site, with those that offer off site services usually arranging for a means for transportation. Also, some of the languages commonly spoken by the staff at facilities in and around Hoffman Estates include:
While not mandatory, when contacting the facilities in these lists it can be advantageous to have the resident's medical history including any insurance, doctor, and facility names and contacts for any questions the facility representative might have. This can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might need.
Assisted Living Cost Comparison
The cost for care varies based on needed services, but in the area standard facilities are approximately $4,600 each month. The price for senior living in the state of Illinois is around is $4,120 every month based on the most current estimates. Additionally, there usually are a variety of state and/or federal options to help supplement the cost of care for low-earning families. To get a better idea of averages, look through the detailed cost table list below which provides comparisons to other neighboring cities.
Source: Aggregated from the Genworth 2013, 2015 Cost of Care Survey, state licensing units, and from facility surveys. While we make every effort to ensure accuracy, please confirm details with facilities directly.