Cedarhurst of Jacksonville, IL
Cedarhurst of Jacksonville
217-919-9300
2225 W Morton Avenue
Jacksonville, IL 62650
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Level of Care Offered:
Memory Care
Assisted Living
Independent Living

Jacksonville is often referred to as “The Athens of The West” due to its impressive history with innovation and education in the State of Illinois. Cedarhurst of Jacksonville channels this legacy with our outstanding wellness programs designed specifically for senior-aged adults.

 

A traditional assisted living and memory care community that is anything other than just ordinary, Cedarhurst of Jacksonville is a community that is a reflection of each of its individual residents. Our goal is to work together to ensure our residents are happy, comfortable, and getting the most out of every day at Cedarhurst.

 

With 50 assisted living apartments that have their own bathrooms and kitchenettes and memory care apartments that can accommodate up to 21 residents, Cedarhurst residents can experience as much independence as they’d like. From friendly reminders to assistance with medications, bathing or personal care, our staff is available to provide support at whatever level benefits a resident the most. Each resident has a customized individual care plan to suit their unique needs. All apartments are rented monthly, with no need for an expensive “buy-in” or endowment.

 

Cedarhurst of Jacksonville is more than just a place to live — it’s a community. We have scheduled group and individual activities to foster fun, friendship, independence, and enjoyment among our residents, but also encourage people to make their own experiences based on their passions and dreams.

Assisted Living

Three home-cooked meals a day, maintenance and housekeeping staff at your disposal, private independent living in a gorgeous space, and as much enjoyment as you can handle.as well as expert care to complete daily tasks that may have become more challenging with age.

Memory Care

A completely customized experience for those who are suffering from memory loss. From daily individual therapy and support to group activities and exercises, we have specifically designated memory care apartment spaces to meet your unique needs.

Family Involvement

It’s up to our residents how much they’d like their family to be involved in their lives at Cedarhurst.  Our doors are always open for family and friends, and other community members, to join in the fun our residents are having.

Life at Cedarhurst of Jacksonville can basically be summarized as doing more of what you love and doing less of what you don’t.

What we’re providing is the life you’ve always wanted. We’ll handle the cooking, the cleaning, the maintenance, the things that used to be burdens in life. You just take advantage of the things you enjoy most. Our staff aims to make life as easy as possible for our residents. When you no longer have to worry about the little things, you have much more time to pursue the things you’ve always wanted to experience. We offer year-round activities and events that are hand selected to accentuate our residents’ lives. Residents have many opportunities to participate in a variety of life enriching activities and events designed to stimulate the mind, body and soul. From cocktail-hour gatherings where you can learn about the nuances of a good Pinot Noir, to a discussion of the latest best seller with the book club, to exploring new ways to stay healthy in a fitness class…expect the unexpected and charter your own adventures.

Three healthy, seasonal and freshly home-cooked meals each day
24-hour beverage bar
Weekly housekeeping and linen service
Paid utilities (except personal telephone)
Expanded Cable TV
Maintenance and grounds-keeping service
Scheduled transportation to doctor’s appointments, shopping, outings, and tours
Planned group activities and special events
Emergency call system with 24-hour care
We’re pet friendly! (except for Memory Care Apartments)
Choice of studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom floor plans
Private bathrooms and showers
Kitchenette in each apartment (except for Memory Care Apartments)
Spacious closets
WiFi access available in common areas
Individually Locked Mailboxes
Individual climate control

Work progressing on home to help memories: Journal Courier

Senior living facilities: A growing need: Belleville News Democrat

Assisted living facility names Director: Journal Courier

State seeing jump in number of those with Alzheimer’s: Journal Courier

Home, Sweet Home: Journal Courier

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