Based in a chiefly suburban section of Cook County, Morton Grove has 4 facilities in the vicinity of the city that provides residents a range of care options from which to decide on. There are many transport options available in the city to allow your loved one move about. According to the latest published surveys there are several highly rated nursing facilities, as well as hospitals in the surrounding areas.
Senior Living Amenities
It is important to find the amenities you need so that you or your loved one can feel comfortable. Some of the amenities provided in Morton Grove care facilities include:
All meals provided
Morton Grove has a varied network that caters to seniors' individual daily needs which may go over and above the normal level of services. Specialized senior care facilities may provide or facilitate access to on-call therapists for example, occupational and speech therapists. Some arrange for devotional services including spiritual healing. Still other long-term care facilities offer transportation (for-fee and complimentary), or even can provide care like blood sugar monitoring. Some facilities arrange for kosher meals. They may allow dogs and/or cats, arrange indoor activities, and provide resident parking for those who can still drive.
When getting in touch with the long term care facilities listed on this page it can be advantageous - though not mandatory - to have your loved one's history available. Consider preparing a brief medical history list. Be sure to include any relevant insurance, doctor and medical center names and phone numbers as the new facility onboarding manager may have specific questions. This type of information can aid in planning any specialized care the individual might need, which helps with cost estimates.
Assisted Living Cost Comparison in Morton Grove
A year of community care facilities may cost in the range of $60,700 to $70,200 or $5,100 - $5,900 per month based on recent surveys. The cost for senior living in Illinois is around is $4,120 per month based on the most recent estimates. Those individuals that can't afford the cost of care may be eligible for financial aid options from the state of Illinois. View a more detailed breakdown of costs with comparisons for nearby cities below.
Assisted Living Average Prices for 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.