Assisted Living in La Grange Park, IL
Well-Versed in Senior Care
Assisted living at Joseph House helps older adults maintain an independent lifestyle with just the right amount of individualized care. Whether you need a small amount of support or more comprehensive services, our compassionate and highly qualified team is always here to provide the care you need for a happy, healthy retirement.
Our thoughtful services and engaging amenities provide abundant opportunities for residents to connect and build meaningful relationships with neighbors, staff, and the people of La Grange Park, IL.
We maintain our vibrant and accommodating atmosphere with a faith-based approach to senior living, and warmly welcome residents of all religions, backgrounds, and beliefs to enjoy life at Joseph House. Fill out the form and contact our team to learn more about our assisted living community or schedule an in-person visit.
From simple housekeeping services to personalized assistance with activities of daily living, our retirement community offers a range of care services to make life easier.
Licensed RN, LPN, CNA available or qualified caregivers
Maintenance-free living in comfortably appointed residence
Assistance with activities of daily living as needed
Made-from-scratch meals in an inviting dining venue
On-site occupational, physical and speech therapies
Housekeeping and laundry services
Scheduled transportation to medical appointments
Medication reminders and/or help with medication
Emergency call systems in each residence
Nurse on staff 24/7
Joseph House offers a variety of ways to connect with your neighbors and the surrounding area. No matter what the day calls for, you’ll always find an abundance of people, programs and activities to enrich your lifestyle.
Vibrant social events including, live music, picnics and cornhole competitions
Resident-led clubs and groups
Celebrations for holidays, birthdays and anniversaries
Energizing volunteer opportunities and fundraising events
Scheduled community outings
Opportunities to learn sustainable practices for an eco-friendly retirement
Group exercise classes, including chair yoga
Arts and crafts
Beautiful outdoor spaces and walking paths
Retreat Center with guest rooms
Next to Bemis Woods Nature Preserve, a gorgeous forest preserve with walking trails and bike paths
Fill out the form on this page and contact our team to learn more about assisted living at Joseph House.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is assisted living right for me or my loved one?
Assisted living at Joseph House is ideal for older adults who require any level of help with activities of daily living (ADLs) to maintain an independent lifestyle, and would like more opportunities to meet new people and pursue their passions. Our retirement community is also great for those who require assistance with ADLs, and would also like to reduce stress from daily chores and home upkeep with maintenance-free living.
What are activities of daily living?
Activities of daily living (ADLs) are personal care tasks required for a healthy and independent lifestyle. ADLs include bathing or showering, dressing, using the bathroom, eating, and the ability to move around your home and community comfortably. Assisted living at Joseph House offers compassionate, respectful help with all ADLs. We also offer other services, including housekeeping and laundry, so residents can focus on their health and well-being, instead of on chores and home maintenance.
How often are caregivers available?
Caregivers are available to all residents whenever they need them. However, the goal of our assisted living community is to provide just the right amount of help to promote as much independence as possible.
Is Joseph House pet-friendly?
Yes! Joseph House is a pet-friendly assisted living community. Contact our team to learn more about our pet policy.
What is the Congregation of St. Joseph?
The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph is a network of religious communities including nearly 500 vowed Catholic women and more than 500 dedicated associates who live and minister in the United States and around the world. They do this through prayer, direct service and ministry. As a resident, living among the sisters in their mission can open many opportunities to be involved and make a difference in the world.