7000 North Newark Avenue, Niles, IL 60714
The decision to move a loved one into senior living is never easy — however, at Elevate Saint Andrew in Niles, Illinois, we make it easier for everyone involved. To help ensure we’re creating the best environment for each resident, we provide various care types to meet the wide range of needs. We keep a home-like atmosphere, while having the available space and specially trained staff available to accommodate residents throughout their days and nights. We understand how important transitioning from one home to another can be, and so we make entering our compassionate home space simple and pleasant through our transitional services and specialized care. Welcome home to Elevate, today.
Elevate Saint Andrew implements dignity and respect in our care services for all residents. We also highlight the importance of independence, which is so vital to residents’ lives. Care needs are coordinated effectively between staff, residents, their families, physicians, and specialists, while thoughtfully planned activities and events provide options for soul-enriching fun and entertainment. Residents also have the convenience of enjoying three, home-cooked meals and snacks provided by our cooking staff, so meal prep is never an issue.
Our staff is trained to handle the personal needs...
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 dad is a resident there. They are very caring and the environment is very warm and friendly. Really great place.
Response from Elevate Saint AndrewMay 13, 2020
Thank you for your feedback! We are so honored to be entrusted to care for your dad. Looking forward to your next visit!
my grandma was healthy before moving here. after 3 months of living here she was dead. instead of sending her to the hospital they let her deteriorate. their answer to everything is more medications. i tried to get in touch with their doctor for 3 months. never heard from him. this is not a place for quality of life. it's a warehouse for seniors. their priority is not the residents. it's the money. while going though financial hardships the social worker [name removed] was kind enough to remind me they are not a charity.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mom has been a resident for almost 6 months. I picked this community for her because it was the most vibrant of all that I visited. When I went on my tour there I actually saw residents out and about. The staff are friendly. Every time I stop to visit her they drop by to chat and tell me how she is doing. They have actually encouraged her to go to activities, which I didn't think anyone could do. Her one complaint about the food is that the serving size is generous and she just can't eat it all. I like the fact that they offer 3 meals a day.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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