About Our Community
Imagine making new friends, sharing common interests and developing new talents
where you can be as active as you desire. At Addolorata Villa you can take
advantage of countless life-enriching activities and splendid dining while
experiencing our overall commitment to hospitality. Our full continuum of
care includes independent living, assisted living, sheltered care, skilled
nursing, rehabilitation and Alzheimer’s/dementia care.
Situated on 17 rolling acres in the northwest suburbs, our community features
carefully appointed apartments offering many modern conveniences combined with
the everyday comforts of home. Picture a lifestyle where you receive unequaled
services and amenities while having a whole new world of activities available
to stimulate you or your loved one’s heart, mind and soul. Do you enjoy
fine dining? We’ve got it. Would you enjoy maintenance-free living where
the burdens of lawn mowing, snow shoveling and costly home repairs were a thing
of the past? We’ve eliminated all of those time-consuming household chores
and costly repairs for you. Plus, you’re treated by a dedicated group
of caring associates who are friendly, within a community that is safe and
at a cost that is affordable.
Come and explore the wonders of life at Addolorata Villa. Retirement here
is relaxing, enriching and inspirational. With experiences to suit everyone,
no matter what you desire or level of care required, you are sure to have your
many wishes fulfilled and your needs met.
Isn’t now the time for you to take a closer look at Addolorata Villa?
Call (847) 215-1600 now to schedule a tour!
We belong to Franciscan Communities, which is an operating division of
the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago Service Corporation. Franciscan Communities
currently operates senior living communities in five states. We've been
sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago since 1997. The Franciscan
Sisters of Chicago have a legacy of providing quality services, being the
founders of the first Catholic nursing home in Chicago in 1894.