Independent Living, Assisted Living & Memory Care in the Chicagoland Area

Chicago is a world-class city, with a storied history known around the world. There are many things to do in Chicago for families and friends to enjoy together.

Incorporated in 1837, Chicago is the largest city in the state of Illinois and the 3rd in the nation, only behind New York and Los Angeles. Chicago is well known for its significant contributions to industry, art, architecture, music, and food culture.

The city sits on the banks of Lake Michigan, and residents enjoy its natural beauty year-round. The current population of Chicago is over 2.7 million people, with the larger metropolitan area containing more than 9.5 million residents.

Whether you choose popular attractions such as Millennium Park, the Chicago Lakefront Trail, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Field Museum, Navy Pier, the Shedd Aquarium, the Lincoln Park Zoo, boating or swimming in Lake Michigan, a Cubs game at Wrigley Field, the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, shopping on the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue), a ride on the world famous “L” trains, a concert at the Chicago Theatre, the sky deck at Willis Tower (Sears Tower), a tour of the Chicago Botanic Gardens or a summertime jaunt to the Chicago Blues Fest or Taste of Chicago, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the Windy City!

Senior Living in Chicago

From the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 to the rise of the city’s iconic skyscrapers, Chicago’s history is forever woven into its streets and buildings. Founded in 1837, the “City of Big Shoulders” has a rich and fascinating history that has not only shaped the city’s culture and architecture, but also has been influential across the world.

One of the city’s most famous landmarks is the Willis Tower, formally known as the Sears Tower. This 110-story skyscraper held the title of the world’s tallest building for nearly 25 years. It offers stunning city views from its famous observation deck and has been in numerous movies, including Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, The Dark Knight, Divergent, and many others.

Senior Living in the Area

The Auberge at Highland Park

1651 Richfield Avenue
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
Levels of Care:

Assisted Living, Memory Care


The Landing on Dundee Senior Living

156 West Dundee Road
Wheeling, Illinois 60090
(847) 961-2114 Directions
Levels of Care:

Assisted Living, Memory Care


The Auberge at Naperville

1936 Brookdale Road
Naperville, Illinois 60563
(630) 912-0377 Directions
Levels of Care:

Assisted Living, Memory Care


The Auberge at Lake Zurich

555 America Court
Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047
(847) 550-3795 Directions
Levels of Care:

Assisted Living, Memory Care


The Reserve at Oswego

900 Douglas Road
Oswego, Illinois 60543
(331) 258-3356 Directions
Levels of Care:

Memory Care


The Brant at Oswego

123 West Washington Street
Oswego, Illinois 60543
(630) 273-7804 Directions
Levels of Care:

Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care


Available Services & Amenities for Seniors in Chicago

Frontier Senior Living offers a wide variety of Senior Living Communities in the Chicagoland area. Whether you or a loved one are looking for Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care services, the mission of our friendly and compassionate staff is to meet our residents’ unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

In our communities, residents enjoy many luxury amenities, including: Exceptional Accommodations, 5 Star Cuisine, Social Outings, Recognition of Residents’ Birthdays, Spa Services, Spiritual Services, as well as Clubs and Resident Council.

Retirement Communities in Chicago

Chicago is also celebrated for its museums, cultural institutions, music scene, and food. The Art Institute is one of the country’s oldest and largest art museums, with a collection that spans more than 5,000 years of human creativity. For music lovers of all ages, Chicago is a mecca of jazz and blues, and is home to many famous clubs and festivals. Be warned! A visit to Chicago might send you home a few pounds heavier from its world famous deep-dish pizza. But considering all the amazing food you’ll enjoy, it will be well worth it.

We’re proud to call Chicago and the surrounding area home, and you will be too! Senior living in Chicago gives residents easy access to all the city offers, from top-notch healthcare and cultural institutions to world-renowned restaurants and shopping destinations. Whether you’re looking to explore the city’s galleries and architecture, take in a show, or have coffee with friends, our retirement communities in the Chicagoland area are unmatched.

The city’s location on the lake has played a significant role in its development and history. The city’s large park systems allow residents to enjoy the area’s natural beauty and beaches. Chicagoland is fortunate to have four distinct seasons, delivering various active opportunities for senior living in Chicago. Spring and fall are most pleasant, and are some of the best times of the year for getting outside.

Learn More About Other Types of Senior Living

Memory Care If you or a loved one is living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, the specially trained professionals at Frontier Senior Living can provide compassionate care and support. No matter where someone is on their journey, our services offer care that is based on each resident’s unique needs. Through Frontier’s exclusive SPARK® program, our Memory Care residents have access to a program that not only strives to help them reach their full potential, but also provides an opportunity to spend their days with a sense of joyful purpose. SPARK® is a research based program inspired by the teachings and research of Maria Montessori and Dr. Cameron Camp, which focuses on giving residents meaningful ways to feel needed and be productive. The program allows them to do the things they have always done, in total alignment with their individual skill levels.
Assisted Living Many seniors, as they age, are able to remain independent, but might need some help with everyday tasks. Assisted Living communities are specifically designed for older adults who still want to be on their own, but require support with some of the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). These include dressing, bathing, preparing meals or using the bathroom. In addition, Assisted Living communities offer a wide range of activities that help engage residents, and keep them active both physically and mentally. Residents also enjoy the company of new friends during the day and at meal times. Assisted Living provides the best of both worlds; independence and help as needed.
Independent Living If you are a senior who wants to enjoy more of a care free lifestyle, an Independent Living community could be a great choice. Independent Living provides the opportunity for older adults to enjoy many luxury amenities, such as chef prepared meals, housekeeping, spa services, transportation, and other conveniences. No longer worry about home maintenance, landscaping or paying monthly utility bills. With Independent Living, that is all taken care of for you. Another great aspect of the Independent Living lifestyle is the chance to make many new friends of the same generation. You will meet people in your own age group who grew up during the same time. In our communities, there are many opportunities to participate in a vast variety of activities and social events.