Snyder Village in Metamora, Illinois, offers a friendly senior living community centered on providing a comforting environment imbued with Christian values. We offer a full-spectrum of living options and care levels in our scenic, countryside campus. Whatever degree of support is needed, we’re able to facilitate it. Whether you’d like to shed the burdens of homeownership, have assisted living support within reach, or need specialized memory care or skilled nursing care for a loved one, we have a solution for you. Our campus even includes a health center. As residents’ needs evolve, they’re able to continue living within the community they know and love and shift between care levels with little to no hassle. Personal living residences range from large cottages to cozy companion suites depending on lifestyle preferences and care needs. Residents of Snyder Village are pleased to find their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs are met in a friendly, Christian environment.
Our amenities and array of services aim to provide for the unique personal, nutritional, and medical needs of residents. From on-call maintenance to fully attentive personalized care, our services take place within a comfortable, secure, well-managed setting. Residents enjoy filling their calendars with as much recreation...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
They are fantastic, you can tell that this is their calling. The staff even think about the residents in there off time and do things for them to help keep them motivated and engaged. They even went out of the way to try and get my loved one to see my family when we had a family emergency. There are so many great things about them.
After having stayed at Snyder I found the employee CNA's hard working and caring. But there are too few of them and are not recognized or rewarded for their work It is sad as many now have left, and are leaving. This only hurts the patients I hope the administration, which there are too many of, come out and do their work. I do not think they would make it. It is sad to see.
I think that they would meet our needs. Looking at all options.
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