June 19th, 2019 11:57 AM
Remember what you loved about the "old neighborhood"...that sense of camaraderie you shared with your neighbors? Well, at the Cantata Senior Living Campus, you get that feeling today. There's always something to do and great people to do it with.
Created for your generation-seniors 65 and older-the Cantata Senior Living Campus offers you independent living without all the hassles of home ownership so you can relax and enjoy a more carefree lifestyle. Plus, the community provides a host of opportunities for socializing. With so much to do, it's easy to join in
Located just down the street in Brookfield and across from the zoo, the Cantata Senior Living Campus instantly makes you feel like you're home. The 66 independent living apartments are in a secured building where all your neighborhood amenities are just steps away-so you never even have to brave the elements.
Three independent living apartment floor plans are available: one-bedroom, one-bedroom deluxe and two-bedroom. All boast a fully equipped kitchen along with a living room and accessible bath. Satellite TV, Wi-Fi and all utilities except for phone are included in monthly rents. Appliances and mechanicals are professionally maintained and pets are welcome, too.
In addition to the independent living apartments, 73 assisted living residences with 24-hour nursing staff are available, plus long-term care along with inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services are available at British Home Rehab. All are nestled on the Cantata Senior Living Campus to provide seniors a continuum of care within the same close-knit neighborhood.
Regardless of which home style and care level you choose, all residents living at the Cantata Senior Living Campus receive additional benefits for peace of mind. These include emergency call pendants or bracelets, housekeeping services, front desk support, and exceptional, person-centered care based on your needs. A full-time activities director is on staff to coordinate classes, trips, social outings, activities, events, and lifelong learning programs-all of which are designed to keep everyone engaged and connected with their neighbors.
For a limited time, new residents at Cantata can save up to $2,500 with a special that offers one month free rent, paid moving costs or a furniture shopping spree. Plus, qualified applicants can take advantage of an exclusive buy-down program, which can result in an additional $600 in monthly savings.
Call (708) 485-1155 for promotion details and to schedule lunch and a tour of the property.
The Cantata Senior Living Campus is located at 8700 W. 31st Street. The community's entrance is on the north side of 31st Street at McCormick Avenue. Visit online any time at CantataSeniorLiving.org.
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