The comfort of a helping hand.
Assistance with the routine tasks of daily life.
At Covenant Living of Northbrook, assisted living is designed to help residents with day-to-day activities, while promoting health and well-being. If you’re like most people, you value your independence but want the security of knowing that assistance is available in a private and comfortable setting. Our private assisted living residences will make you feel right at home with the assistance you need to live an active and independent lifestyle. Our customized personal assistance and supportive environment provide the foundation for independence.
Also, as part of the Covenant Living of Northbrook continuing care community, you’ll have access to campus resources not often found in freestanding Assisted Living residences.
Whether you know exactly what you’re looking for or are just starting this process, feel free to call and speak to one of our Assisted Living specialists. Have your questions answered and receive an in-depth assessment at no cost to you. Contact us today by calling (877) 496-2617 or filling out this form.
Our customized personal assistance and supportive environment create life-enriching opportunities to help you make the most of every day. Residents in Assisted Living don’t have to sacrifice their routine when they move to our community – our LifeConnect program helps residents pursue their interests at their leisure.
Tour our community today to see why we’re the choice for you or your loved one.
SAIDO is a program offered to our current residents with memory impairment to meet with trained staff for structured sessions focusing on reading, writing and arithmetic using materials developed by the Kumon Institute in Japan. This allows the resident to participate in a regular structured program with trained Covenant employees and volunteers. In this program, staff engage with residents three to five times a week in a one on two setting for 30-minute sessions. Throughout the program, we have seen some residents have an increase in engagement and even progress to higher levels within the program.
- Physical frailty support
- Medication administration
- Assistance with dressing and grooming
- Bathing assistance
- Care associates are available 24 hours
- 24-hour call for aid service
- Housekeeping & linens
- Comprehensive wellness program
- SAIDO Learning
- Three meals a day with table service
- Dietitian consultant available
- Special diets accommodated
Resources available: “What You Need to Know About an Assisted Living Community.” “The Key Differences: Assisted Living Vs. In-Home Care,” and more! Download our helpful resource by visiting our Covenant Learning portal here.
Keep in mind, you do not have to be a current resident of our retirement community to benefit from our Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing or short-term Rehabilitation services, nor will you have to pay an entrance fee to enter one of the areas noted above. In our short-term Rehabilitation program, we accept Medicare and are in-network providers for a number of managed care and Medicare Advantage programs.
For more information, call (877) 496-2617 or click here to request more information.
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