White Oaks of Spring Street
1300 Spring Street South Elgin IL 60177
Our memory care residents won’t have to worry about housekeeping or cooking; our staff takes care of all apartment maintenance and laundry. Three delicious and nutritious meals are served each day, with assistance as needed. We offer seniors with dementia a wide range of social activities, from arts and crafts to baking club, gardening and movie screenings as well as fitness activities and games. Our robust social events calendar offers multiple options every day, from pet therapy to bingo to coloring.
We make sure family members can easily access information about their loved one to make managing care from afar easier. Because we only serve memory care residents, our entire community is built with their needs in mind. White Oaks of Spring Street is perfect for Chicago area seniors looking to spend time with others under the supervision of experienced, compassionate caregivers.
Pricing at White Oaks of Spring Street
*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.
Reviews of White Oaks of Spring Street
Well organized, residents playing bingo, singing, bowling. Residents seemed very engaged & happy. Nurse seemed very knowledgeable. Was clean and attractive. Nice size rooms. Bring your own furniture. Bldg...
I'm holding off on 5 stars until Mom is fully settled in, but have been exceptionally impressed with the level of compassion, care and attention to detail in this intimate private pay community. I hope...
Community Details at White Oaks of Spring Street
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