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July 2012 CJE SeniorLife Support Groups and Programs for Seniors

CJE SeniorLife offers ongoing support groups and programs on a wide variety of topics of interest to seniors and their families. Fees vary according to … Read more ›

From the community

Toolkit Aids Communication With Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Consumers

The Make Medicare Work (MMW) Coalition has developed a toolkit to help counselors and organizations that do not typically serve deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers communicate … Read more ›

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CJE SeniorLife Offers Free Assistance to Older Adults in Finding and Applying for Various Types of Housing

CJE SeniorLife offers free assistance to older adults and their families in finding and applying for various types of housing through its Consumer Assistance Program. … Read more ›

Allen Kulbersh thanks the ‘phenomenal’ staff, including Physical Therapist Pia Tayag, at Alden Long Grove for getting him back on his feet following spinal surgery.
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“I Wanted a Facility That Would Push Me to Recover”

Allen Kulbersh chose Alden Long Grove sight unseen after spinal fusion surgery – he never toured the rehabilitation center before arriving on March 29, 2012 … Read more ›

A crowd gathered outside of Arlington Park Racecourse at Senior Celebration Day last year. Committee members are expecting a record crowd this year!
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Senior Celebration Day on May 9 Expects Record-Setting Attendance

By all indications, the 24th Annual Senior Celebration Day, scheduled on Wednesday, May 9, from 11:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m., at Arlington Park Racecourse, is … Read more ›

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Hospitals, Community Agencies Working Together to Reduce Readmissions

AgeOptions and a group of community agencies and hospitals have been awarded funding by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for programs to … Read more ›

The Chicago Lighthouse Vision Rehabilitation Center in Glenview, 222 Waukegan Road. (Jeff Danna, Tribune reporter)

Chicago mainstay for visually impaired shines light on suburbs

A century-old Chicago institution for people with visual impairments has made Glenview its second home. The Chicago Lighthouse officially opened the doors of its first … Read more ›

Dancers of Troupe Namaste and Namaste Roses together with their director, Jenny Hennek, fifth from right, wil perform at the IG Prom show on April 14, 2012 at FVEC in Arlington Heights.
From the community

Intergenerational Prom Features Arabian Theme, Middle Eastern Dances

This year’s Intergenerational Prom, scheduled on Saturday, April 14, will transport you to an experience that promises to be nothing short of an enchanting evening. … Read more ›

Board members from The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired and from North Suburban Healthcare Foundation
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Chicago Lighthouse Unveils New Comprehensive Vision Care Facility on North Shore

It has a state-of-the-art vision care clinic offering optometry, psychological counseling and occupational therapy services. It also provides a legal clinic and retail store offering … Read more ›

From the community

Closing the Hospital Revolving Door

Returning home from a hospital stay can result in unexpected challenges for many older adults, and as a result taxpayers are spending billions of dollars … Read more ›