What’s the Difference Between Assisted and Supportive Living?
Supportive Living is very similar to Assisted Living. Residents at either option are treated to the same compassionate atmosphere and medical and wellness services. In the state of Illinois, Supportive Living communities offer financial assistance programs to qualified adults 65 years and older. Those who qualify for financial assistance can maintain their residence at the Supportive Living community in the event that personal funds dissolve.
Don’t worry: affordability does not come at the cost of quality service. Assisted Living and Supportive Living communities offer similar levels of service, amenities, award-winning programming and operational and clinical expertise – regardless of financial situation.
Vernon Hills, IL Supportive Living
We understand that residents may need assistance with daily activities, such as getting dressed in the morning or preparing for bedtime. But we know they also want to be active, involved and engaged. They want to continue to live life on their own terms.
Offering the perfect balance of personal support and an inspiring lifestyle, Supportive Living celebrates the individual, helping each person live the life he or she desires.
With a variety of apartment floor plans, Pathway to Living’s award-winning VIVA! programming, 24-hour wellness and care, as well as a host of services and amenities, Supportive Living communities welcome and encourage residents to live life by their own design.