7880 W College Dr, Palos Heights, IL 60463
Conveniently located just off I-7 and I-83 on West College Drive, surrounded by lush parks and nature centers, like the inspiring Lake Katherine Botanic Gardens, Arden Courts of Palos Heights offers memory care living services in Palos Heights, Illinois. Our clean and welcoming community specializes in personalized and progressive memory care services, with staff trained to care for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia-related illness.
Residents from all backgrounds are welcome in our community, with all religious and cultural differences embraced. We get to know residents closely here, to understand individual preferences, so we may best provide nurturing and positive care. By learning personal histories, we create a compassionate and comfortable present for client residents.
Our purpose-built community was designed to be safe, secure, and to instill a sense of home within residents' hearts with joyful common areas throughout. Pets are welcome too! To learn more about the specific care we have cultivated here at Arden Courts of Allentown, contact an A Place for Mom advisor today!
Specialized caregivers are available around the clock for any immediate needs or for personal support, advice, or encouragement. Front-desk concierge is available for assistance with services and local information. Our licensed and professional...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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My husband has been at Arden Courts for about one year now and I'm as happy about the choice as much as the first day. I have peace of mind knowing he is receiving kind, courteous care, and good medical care from all the staff. I enjoy the "home" atmosphere from the attractive decor of the physical building to the many activities made available daily for residents to the special events for holidays for their participation along with family members. I also appreciate the cost and budgeting that is worked out for the year so I can plan our home budget. I would and do highly recommend Arden Courts for the care of loved ones.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
It is expensive but it is completely worth it. Our loved one is happy and thriving there. The nursing staff and director are fantastic. The director is just so hands out which is amazing because he does not have to do that, but they really just make sure the patients are participating and getting engaged.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
In the summer of 2014 I went in into Manor Care to rehab my knee replacement operation. While there my wife was taken care of at Arden Courts. After a month I took her home. Then in February of 2015 I brought her back to Arden Courts because she had developed Alzheimer's disease and I could no longer take care of her. Pat [removed] graciously took her into Arden Courts. The director K.C welcomed her to Arden Courts. My wife Nancy likes Arden Courts because they take such good care of her. Kim [removed] has an excellent program for the patients to engage in and does a great job. Stella, Kim's assistant is very caring and loving person to the people. The two of them are a great team. Toni is also a great person. The nurses and lunchroom staff are great and take superb care of my wife. All the staff at Arden Courts are great and I would recommend Arden Courts to all my friends.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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