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Fun Takes Flight at Plymouth Place’s 33rd Annual Library Happening

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Plymouth Place CNA Academy celebrates historic graduation

Plymouth Place is continually driving new solutions to improve the lives of our residents and employees. We recently accomplished both important goals with the celebration of the first graduating class of our newly formed CNA Academy.

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Working Together Chicago: Breaking Down Employment Barriers for Young Adults Living with Disabilities

See how Plymouth Place partnered with Working Together Chicago to provide employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

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Plymouth Place opens its new Arboretum Villas to welcome additional residents to the community

Plymouth Place held their grand opening for the Center for Healthy Living and the Arboretum Villas on Thursday, January 25, 2024. This highly anticipated expansion attracted over 300 community members including La Grange Park Mayor James Discipio.

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Chef Mark Sabbe creates new dining experience option for residents of Plymouth Place

With the opening of Thirty North, Plymouth Place’s new contemporary American restaurant, it’s easy to see why Mark Sabbe, Chef de Cuisine, is so proud. The room is breathtaking with expansive wood-beamed ceilings, cozy butterscotch-velvet booths and a stately stone fireplace. But all those stunning details are just a beautiful backdrop because, here, the food and wine take center stage.

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As Featured in the Wall Street Journal

“If you want to see the future of senior living, look no further,” said Jay Biere, CEO of Plymouth Place. “We’ve thrown away the template and are changing the entire experience.” As proof of our innovation, The Wall Street Journal recently featured The Arboretum Villas in an article highlighting the future of senior housing. The article also featured up-and-coming communities in San Francisco and Houston. “We are really honored to have this opportunity to showcase our community on a national stage,” said Biere.

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Plymouth Place Featured on Chicago Today

Join Chicago Today as they explore the benefits of Plymouth Place.

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Plymouth Place Memory Care – meeting residents where they are in their journey.

Plymouth Place’s two progressive memory support neighborhoods are designed to provide comfort, compassion, and joy for those living with brain changes related to all forms of dementia. The outstanding care provided is rooted in our determination to tailor support to the individual, respecting each person’s unique journey.

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Need a life plan for continuing care? Choose Life Care

You probably hear that question frequently. Whether you’re still working and nearing retirement, or you have been happily retired for 10, 15 or even 20 years, that question probably keeps popping up, from all sorts of well-meaning people. You may even have your go-to responses too, like “taking it day by day” or “just chasing around my grandkids.”

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Weathering the storm—Plymouth Place remains on solid ground.

Around the country, many senior living communities have struggled and continued to struggle in the aftermath of the pandemic. We’d like to assure you that Plymouth Place remains on solid ground. The first thing you should remember is that Plymouth Place is different than other communities. Different in many ways—culturally, historically, and financially. Here are some facts that should set your mind at ease.

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The lifelong benefits of exercise

The benefits of exercise are not limited to physical well-being. Most any type of exercise or physical activity—walking, jogging, pickleball, yoga, biking, dancing, Tai Chi, gardening—provides an emotional boost, as well, by reducing feelings of depression and stress, increasing your energy level, improving stamina, and helping you sleep better. Beyond being great for your mental and physical health, one of the greatest benefits of exercise is that it can help keep you remain independent as you age. 

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Come tiptoe through our Tulip!

At 1,568 sq ft, our Tulip Tree two-bedroom + den Villas offer luxury senior living near La Grange, IL, with room to branch out and a lifetime to grow. It’s a place to immerse yourself in dreams of a vibrant retirement filled with travel, art and entertainment.

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Construction Sneak Peek

While some proclaim "pardon our dust" during construction, here at Plymouth Place we believe the powdery earth blanketing our east campus is something to be prized. It's proof positive of the amazing progress we've made since we broke grand last fall for The Arboretum Villas, our new senior living community for active adults 62+.

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A unicorn in senior living.

From our unmatched location to our premium resort lifestyle, The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place is truly a unicorn — highly desirable and rare. Our construction team agrees. In our latest podcast episode, they discuss how, when given a choice of area projects, they unanimously chose The Arboretum Villas.

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“I envision myself here now” — our luxury retirement community podcast

A future resident of The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place, Dave Grimes is beyond excited about moving in. In fact, he already envisions himself here. “I’m looking forward to it,” he said in our recent podcast episode. “Unfortunately, we have a few more months to go.”

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We’re in The Wall Street Journal!

As proof of our innovation, The Wall Street Journal recently featured The Arboretum Villas in an article highlighting the future of senior housing. The article also featured up-and-coming communities in San Francisco and Houston. “We are really honored to have this opportunity to showcase our community on a national stage,” said Biere.

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Hear from the “Wedding Planner” of Senior Moving

What is the biggest mistake people make when moving? Answers to these questions and more can be heard in our latest podcast with Tammy Bilek, Certified Senior Move Manager, and co-owner of Honoring Aging. Coordinating over 400 moves and downsizes each year, Tammy describes herself as the wedding planner of senior moving management.

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Top Seven Things to Look for in a Retirement Community

You’re on the hunt for a retirement home. Whether you’ve just hung up the badge and stepped away from work or you’ve been retired a while and looking to downsize, finding the right place to spend your later years can be a challenge. Lifestyle, medical care, and community are all important factors to consider. Where do you start? Consider this your guide. We’ve compiled a list of seven important factors to consider when searching for a smart retirement home. From social connection to medical care, here’s how to ensure your next home is your best home. 

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The “wedding planner” of senior moving — our luxury retirement community podcast

Answers to these questions and more can be heard in our latest podcast with Tammy Bilek, Certified Senior Move Manager, and co-owner of Honoring Aging. Coordinating over 400 moves and downsizes each year, Tammy describes herself as the wedding planner of senior moving management. “Each move is very different,” she said. “Even though we all have the same end goal, all the details in the middle are very different.”

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Bob & Barb Denny’s journey to The Arboretum Villas — our luxury retirement community podcast

Bob and Barb Denny weren’t planning on moving. When they heard about The Arboretum Villas, they immediately reserved their Villa with a fully refundable $10,000 deposit…and then did their homework. “We actually visited four communities, and we found some big differences,” said Bob. In this enlightening episode, Bob Denny does all the homework for you, explaining the top reasons why The Arboretum Villas rose above the rest and will be their next home.

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Step inside our magnificent Magnolia Star one-bedroom + den Villa.

An abundance of sunlight. A well-appointed kitchen. A masterful master suite. With every detail considered, the Magnolia Star one-bedroom + den Villa at The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place™ near downtown La Grange, IL, is the perfect setting for your next home.

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Food, glorious food! – our luxury retirement community podcast

In this delicious episode, you’ll discover how Cheri Boublis, Senior Director of Hospitality Services, and her culinary partners are exploring new horizons in dining that are sure to wow The Arboretum Villas’ residents and guests.

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A magical day at The Morton Arboretum.

At The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place™, our passion for unique experiences was in full bloom for our Evergreen Founders’ Club members at our Morton Arboretum cookout — a fun and festive event specifically for people who have purchased a Villa.

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Discover a smart home for seniors tailored by Plymouth Place!

When it comes to coming up with exciting, innovative and creative new ways to make the luxury and active senior living experience even better for our residents, the dedicated and passionate team at Plymouth Place never takes a day off!

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The art of architecture – our luxury retirement community podcast

Who are the people behind the gorgeous design of our Villas? In this episode you’ll meet Eric Harrmann, lead architect of The Arboretum Villas, who discusses “biophilic” design and all the unique details that will help our residents feel connected to nature as they live without limits.

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Refreshing body, mind & spirit – our luxury retirement community podcast

Wellness is the key to everything. Chris Irvine, senior director of rehab and wellness at The Arboretum Villas, discusses the Center for Healthy Living and all the amenities within steps of your Villa including indoor and outdoor exercise classes, personal trainers, a lap pool, pickle ball and more.

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The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place Break Ground on a Groundbreaking Senior Living Experience.

On Wednesday, August 30, The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place™ will officially break ground to pave way for their innovative new development that will feature 59 Villas catering to active adults 62+ who seek a resort lifestyle. More than 20 people attended the Groundbreaking Celebration who partnered together to make this moment possible.

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The upside of downsizing – our luxury retirement community podcast

Jennifer Hornacek of Moving Station, a national relocation company specializing in senior living communities, discusses local housing trends and how her company can help ease the burden of downsizing and moving into The Arboretum Villas.

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Gingkos, green roofs and gardens…oh my! – our luxury retirement community podcast

From an abundance of green spaces and gardens to Arboretum status, Geoff Roehll of Hitchcock Design Group discusses how his company’s elaborate landscaping plans for The Arboretum Villas will be a natural wonder for walkers and fisherman alike.

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“It will sell out” – our luxury retirement community podcast

Dan Hermann, president, CEO and head of investment banking with Ziegler, one of the nation’s leading investment banking firms specializing in not-for-profit senior living organizations, has a prediction about The Arboretum Villas. “It will sell out,” he said. “What folks are pursuing around the country is exactly the setting that you’re delivering and there’s a huge demand for that.”

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A One-Bedroom Villa that’s one-of-a-kind.

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Astronaut Dr. Joseph Kerwin to receive The Monarch Legacy Award at Plymouth Place

On Sunday, August 14th, Dr. Joseph Kerwin will be accepting the Monarch Legacy Award at Plymouth Place’s Legacy Tea – an annual event to thank all the donors who support the Plymouth Place mission.

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Why care about life care? – our luxury retirement community podcast

Life care gurus Margo Gilbert and Nitsa Foundos discuss everything you need to know about this fascinating yet complex topic – from our 2 different types of plans...to deciding which is the right choice for you. Other hot topics include long-term care insurance, how Medicare factors in, and Margo's love for pets. For answers to your life care questions and more, this podcast is for you!

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Future Villa resident says, “This is the perfect fit” – our luxury retirement community podcast

As a widow, depositor Margaret Blauw is beyond excited about her one-bedroom + den villa and the resort lifestyle she will enjoy at The Arboretum Villas. “This has really made her light up like a little lightning bug and the whole family is excited for her," said Margaret’s son Jim.

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Retirement communities can’t hold a fork to our fine dining!

Retirement communities aren’t typically known for their fine dining. Of course, we’re not just a retirement community — we’re an active senior living community whose residents have the time of their lives, enjoying the best that life has to offer. And one of the most enjoyable parts of life is a good meal. Our dining choices reflect that.

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Is the juice worth the squeeze? – our luxury retirement community podcast

What are the financial, social and health benefits of living in a life care community like The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place? Chris Manderfield, a CPA at CliftonAllenLarson, or CLA, discusses all the hot topics including tax codes, estate planning, health security and how living in a life care community can add years of enjoyment to your life.

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The best of all worlds – our luxury retirement community podcast

What makes The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place the ultimate senior living experience? Pat Allen, a former flight attendant and attorney, shares her story of how she waited more than 10 years for something new and exciting to be built on the East campus of Plymouth Place in La Grange Park, IL. The moment we introduced The Arboretum Villas, our innovative new community for active adults 62+, Pat and her husband, Henry, decided to make this their next home. “It’s the best of all worlds,” Pat said.

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A groundbreaking senior living experience.

On Wednesday, June 15th, The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place™ officially broke ground to pave way for their innovative new development that will feature 59 Villas catering to active adults 62+ who seek a resort lifestyle. More than 20 people attended the Groundbreaking Celebration who partnered together to make this moment possible.

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Living Without Limits – our luxury retirement community podcast

Ready to live without limits? In this informative podcast series, our host Nitsa Foundos and an incredible lineup of special guests discuss our innovative and fresh approach to creating an unmatched, resort lifestyle in La Grange Park, IL.

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Plymouth Place to host a great unearthing on Earth Day weekend.

As part of Plymouth Place’s strong commitment to preserving green spaces, some of the perennials will be saved for the future development while the rest will be given to the “cottagers” who once lived behind Plymouth Place, as well as current residents of Plymouth Place, Plymouth staff and the local community. Participants should bring a shovel and container to take plants home.

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Perennial Rescue Event Gives Back to Residents and the Local Community

On Saturday, April 23, local Boy Scout Troop 33 of Saint Francis Xavier in La Grange will begin digging up more than 10,000 perennials that grace the grounds behind Plymouth Place to make way for an exciting new development: The Arboretum Villas at Plymouth Place™ – a beautiful, new community for active adults 62+.

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Incident at Plymouth Place on Friday, July 30

At approximately 6:20 a.m. on Friday, July 30, a US Foods truck parked on Brewster Lane to complete a routine food delivery to Plymouth Place caught on fire and a minor explosion ensued in the trailer of the vehicle.

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Our New Normal

We have safely and cautiously opened up, following the guidelines of the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Following our on-site vaccination events in January and February, our Sarah Tudor Dining room reopened for resident dining in late February.

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Fighting Back Against COVID-19

In the 11 months since we started our fight against COVID-19, a great deal has happened. Keeping our Plymouth Place community safe has been our number one priority, and every step of the way, we have strictly followed protocols and guidelines from the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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COVID-19 Updates Now Posted on Our Website for Families’ Convenience

In order to keep our residents’ and associates’ health and well-being at the forefront of all we do, we have consistently been testing residents in all licensed levels of living and staff twice-weekly for several months. That means testing is performed 7 days a week and results of those tests come in daily.

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Update 10.29.2020

While we have communicated weekly with our residents and their families, it has been several months since our last public update. The wonderful news is that there hasn’t been a need for a public update – our community has had no new COVID cases among our resident population for 6 months.

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What You Can Do To Help Protect Seniors

As Illinois begins Phase 4 of its reopening and we embark on our new normal, it's important we all remember that the COVID-19 pandemic isn't over – and least of all for the most vulnerable among us.

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Plymouth Place President Jay Biere Implements New Safety Protocols, Activities, and Technologies amidst COVID-19.

Jay Biere, President of Plymouth Place; in La Grange Park, Ill, has dedicated himself to making his facility a safe environment for both residents and employees.

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Update 7.1.2020

As we turn the page on another month, we’re delighted to report that we have no active resident cases of COVID-19 at this time. This speaks volumes of the sacrifices our residents have made, and the unwavering commitment of our professionals.

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Update 6.24.2020

As has been the pattern in recent weeks, we continue to weather highs and lows with this pandemic. Since our update a week ago, two additional residents have recovered and left our Dedicated Isolation Unit for their on-campus homes.

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Update 6.17.2020

Much like our update last week, the past seven days have brought a mixture of ups and downs. We continue to celebrate recoveries – residents who are able to return to their apartments from our Dedicated Isolation Unit, and team members who can rejoin their friends and colleagues on campus.

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Update 6.9.2020

This past week was another blend of ups and downs; moments of celebration intertwined with periods of sadness. While we proudly welcomed more recoveries from this virus, we also identified a few additional active cases among residents and team members. Per our protocols, residents are immediately transitioned to our on-site Dedicated Isolation Unit for observation while team members self-quarantine at their respective homes.

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Update 6.3.2020

Much like previous weeks, today’s update is a mixture of optimism and humbling reality. Our spirits continue to be lifted by each and every recovery we’re able to celebrate, whether it’s a resident who returns to their apartment from our Dedicated Isolation Unit, or a team member who rejoins their friends and colleagues from home quarantine.

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Update 5.28.2020

This Memorial Day weekend was understandably a different experience for our community. Despite the challenges of this pandemic, we felt it was important to observe the holiday and honor those heroes who died in military service for our country. Additionally, as the unofficial start of summer, the long weekend brought a rare opportunity for a temporary, but welcomed, distraction.

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Update 5.21.2020

As has been the case in recent months, our update this week is a mixture of rejoicing and reflection. Since last week, we have admitted a handful of residents to our Designated Isolation Unit (DIU) who tested positive for COVID-19, including an individual from the La Grange community.

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Update 5.12.2020

One of the greatest challenges during a time like this is the balance between the ups and downs, celebration and somber reflection. During a period where we rightly remain so focused on this virus, it’s essential we don’t lose sight of the amazing, uplifting opportunities that occur frequently at our community.

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Update 5.5.2020

As with most decisions regarding this virus, we continue to lean heavily on our experienced medical directors for guidance and recommendations, and larger health authorities such as the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). We transport kits kindly provided to us from IDPH to their lab near downtown Chicago, where we tend to receive results in 3 to 7 days.

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Update 5.1.2020

The last few weeks have undoubtedly been some of the most challenging we’ve faced, both individually and as a community. This pandemic has tested our fortitude and spirit, but I continue to be amazed at our collective strength, compassion and devotion to one another.

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Update 4.28.2020

It is with profound sadness to share that Plymouth Place has experienced our first loss related to COVID-19. The thoughts and prayers of the entire Plymouth Place community are with the family and friends of our beloved resident, and we wanted to take a moment to honor their memory and join in solidarity after this tremendous loss.

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Update 4.24.2020

I first want to express my sincere gratitude to everyone associated with our community for your continued patience and understanding. Our team continues to work tirelessly, and I’m confident I speak for all of us when I say your letters, calls and gestures of support have been welcomed and deeply appreciated.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, unfortunately we have some residents who have tested positive for the virus. They currently receive all necessary care and treatment in our Dedicated Isolation Unit (DIU) in our health care center.

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Nursing Care Center Re-Accreditation Post-Acute Care Certification

Plymouth Place™ Senior Living has earned The Joint Commission’s re-accreditation for our Nursing Care Center with special certification for our Post-Acute Care program. Our ongoing compliance with Joint Commission standards results in sound management practices in the day-to-day delivery of safe and superior care.

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A Letter from our CEO, Jay Biere

What I’d like to do is just lay things out here and be honest and candid so you can make the best decision.  I’ve been in the industry for almost 40 years and going on 3 years at Plymouth Place.  I chose to come to Plymouth Place based upon what I’m about to share, and I think these factors will help inform your decision.

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Coronavirus / COVID-19 Precautions

As we continue to receive news around-the-clock, information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is evolving daily. Plymouth Place™ leadership is continually monitoring reports from local, state and national agencies to stay up-to-date with the latest facts.

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Plymouth Place Holds Gala for 75th Anniversary

On Friday, October 18th, Plymouth Place™™ celebrated it's 75th Anniversary with a Gala for the ages. The theme for the night was “Honoring the Past, and Building for the Future.” Our 75th Anniversary Gala was complete with cocktails, dinner, entertainment, and dancing.

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Plymouth Place Certified as a Great Place to Work®

Great Place to Work Institute has honored Plymouth Place™ with certification as a Great Place to Work. The certification process considered anonymous employee surveys from across all departments at Plymouth Place.

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Plymouth Place Celebrating It’s 75th Anniversary

Throughout the year we will be holding various events to help celebrate this milestone with our residents and community. So be on the lookout for event invitations on our events page in the coming weeks and months. Also please check out our special logo we have developed for this year to help promote this accomplishment!

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Plymouth Place named one of U.S. News’ Best Nursing Homes for 2018-19

U.S. News & World Report, the leader in health care rankings around the world, announced its list of top nursing homes for 2018-19, and Plymouth Place™ is proud to be included on that list! U.S. News evaluated over 15,000 communities across the county, and this year just under 3,000 of those earned a spot on their Best Nursing Homes list.

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Plymouth Place Named 2018 Business of the Year by La Grange Park Chamber of Commerce

We are proud to announce that we have been selected as the 2018 Business of the Year by the La Grange Park Chamber of Commerce!

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Plymouth Place’s Boxing Balance and More Program Wins Statewide Award

The Boxing for Balance and More program was developed by the community’s personal trainer who saw a need for those residents who had early stages of Parkinson’s but need to work not only on muscle strength and cardiovascular health, but also on small motor skills such as eye exercises, swallowing exercises and hand exercises.

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What to Remember when Looking for Memory Support for a Loved One

When beginning your search, be ready to explain to the admissions professional at each community your loved one’s interests in the past and now, as well as an honest assessment of the prospective resident’s abilities to communicate and manage daily activities, like dressing and eating.  At Plymouth Place, we call this Connecting with Compassion.

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Interview with New CEO, Jay Biere

After nearly 30 years in non-profit and for profit Senior Living and Healthcare, I recognized the unique opportunity to lead a premier Senior Living community into the future. With an ever-changing landscape upon us, including a massive influx of baby boomers, the opportunity to build on the greatness of the history of Plymouth Place and focus on touching more lives in the Western Suburbs was exciting to me.

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How will we build a Healthier Community*?

I have had the opportunity to meet many of you at the community and have thoroughly enjoyed hearing about your life, and life at Plymouth Place™, but most importantly, your thoughts about our future together. I look forward to engaging and partnering with you to make 2018 our best year yet!

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New Plymouth Place CEO brings experience in health care, senior living

Plymouth Place Senior Living will ring in the new year with a new chief executive officer.

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Plymouth Place Senior Living Names New CEO

“I’m delighted and honored to be a part of the Plymouth Place family and to have the opportunity to serve and lead at such a premier community,” Biere said. “I look forward to partnering with the staff, leaders and our board to serve the community of residents and deliver the very best service, care and support that honors the legacy of Plymouth Place. There are many exciting opportunities ahead.”

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A Letter to The Plymouth Place Community from Dale

I have written and talked about change often over the years. This time I am trying to deal with change in my life that may affect the lives of those of you I have spent so much time serving, as well as those with whom I have worked. This time changing is very personal.

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3 Ways Technology Can Make Your Life Easier

Remember when we’d look up a fact in an encyclopedia? Wait for the operator to connect our call? Or write a letter to a pen pal? In just a few decades, technology has dramatically changed the way we get information, connect with others and spend our free time. Many of these changes make our lives easier, but if you find it a challenge to know where to start, or how to keep up, you’re not alone. Here are three ways to harness the power of technology and make it work for you.

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E-friends: Voice-activated assistants fill a need

Many seniors are discovering the joy of having an easy-to-use device perform tasks or answer questions while relaxing in their armchairs. Those with memory, eyesight or dexterity issues can simply ask for the weather report, find out what’s on TV, set an alarm, play music or call a grandchild without having to type, press buttons or learn any software.

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Counting the Costs

When comparing the costs of living at home versus living at a Life Plan Community, make sure you’re comparing apples to apples, as they say. Take stock of your actual monthly expenses so you have a good starting place to make a smart decision.

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The Benefits of a Not-For-Profit Life Plan (CCRC) Community

Both serve the needs of older adults with good stewardship and the intention to build an enterprise that lasts. However, their governance and financial management are vastly different.

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Are You Acting Like a Teenager?

You know those kids who are always on their devices, taking photos and texting their friends? You might be more like them than you think.

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Choose to Live on Your Own Terms

Seniors choose to move into independent living at a retirement community for different reasons. Some tell me it’s because they’re tired of working on their house and yard, and are ready to downsize. Others like the social aspect — meeting new friends and getting involved in new activities. Yet others say they just want to live somewhere they can be involved if they feel like it, or come and go as they please.

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Music & Memory

The quality, state or capability of being connected. It’s a powerful word when you consider how much of our happiness depends on being connected.  Plymouth Place asks the question “What connects us as human beings?” Love, compassion, empathy, certainly. Laughter is a great connector.

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The Power of Music in Our Everyday Lives

As we pass Dole Hall, we might hear the community choir singing, blending their voices with the chime of hand-held bells. It’s wonderful to know that apart from enjoying the simple pleasure of making music, they’re also making their brains fitter. By singing and playing an instrument at the same time, they engage both left and right sides of their brains, something that helps us become better at processing information.

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A Healthy Appetite for Life

Most people find eating balanced, healthy meals a challenge, but this becomes especially difficult as we age. Seniors who live by themselves are more likely to have an increased risk of poor nutrition – even malnutrition.

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Plymouth Place: Giving Back

As a not-for-profit senior living community in the LaGrange area, we take our Mission Statement quite seriously. Have you ever seen it?

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