2800 Des Plaines Ave, Riverside, IL 60546
Caledonia Senior Living is a non-profit assisted senior living community in Riverside, IL which operates according to the Scottish values of authenticity, warmth, tradition and community. Upon arrival, visitors and guests remark on the home-like atmosphere that enriches Caledonia. We believe in overall comfort, provided by our staff as well as our facility and amenities. Caledonia has two different homes — The MacLean House and The Scottish Home — both beautifully and elegantly designed. We understand that transitioning to senior living can be a difficult decision, and we aim to create an empowering experience for residents who may need a helping hand day to day. With our highly trained staff and healthcare providers, we help to ensure quality care that promotes independence and confidence. Caledonia propels life in grace with our essential amenities, compassionate staff, and comfortable living, making senior living not just a time to live but to thrive.
We respect and attend to the needs of all who call Caledonia home. With our 24-hour nursing support and regular healthcare visits, residents have peace of mind knowing that their health and overall well-being is diligently cared for. We believe in catering to the everyday needs of residents, while also...
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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We chose Caledonia Senior because another family member had been here and we had word of mouth that it was a good facility. We liked that it was smaller, we felt that he would get more personalized services that way. The room sizes are on the smaller side, but for my father in law it is just perfect for his needs. I think that encourages people to go to the common areas to participate in more activities. We have found it to be a very nice place. The staff are very caring, friendly, and we have been very happy with our choice.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This wouldn't be the first choice for a parent, if the choice were to be made again. Each time I'd visit, there would be many new faces at any given time. I talked to the coordinator about the constant turn over of staff. I was told the CNAs don't stay long, because hospitals pay better. Once they get a hospital job they realize how much more work it is. Don't be surprised to see your loved one with food spilled on their clothes when you visit. Also, the wheel chair would be filthy, having remnants of spilled food. I asked about morning hygiene routine, which they were always short on staff. My mother's teeth were brushed only when we brushed them ourselves. Dinner hour was hard to visit, people were sitting there who needed to be fed, rarely enough help. I never left there with a dry eye... The Scottish Home is private pay only. I highly recommend to do some serious research before your loved one moves into The Scottish Home. Although, The Scottish Home is always clean.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Can't even imagine what my dearly departed Grandma had to endure having to be under the same roof with the worker [name removed]. This lady was very RUDE to me, not once but twice after My Mutti past. [Name removed] rudely hung up on me several times.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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