The Best Place for Single Seniors to Live
As we grow older, choosing the best place to live can become a challenging decision. For single seniors, the importance of social interaction and community are crucial for their well-being.…
A Legacy of Supporting Seniors: The Admiral at the Lake Foundation
When selecting a senior living community, retirees consider many factors before making what is one of the most important decisions of their lives. For many, a community with a commitment…
What Are the Benefits of a Life Plan Community?
Life Plan Communities offer the most all-inclusive senior living accommodations, especially when combined with a Lifecare contract. These senior living communities’ lifestyle perks, on-site amenities, activities, and care services are…
When Do You Know It’s Time for Assisted Living?
Are your parents living life to the fullest? Perhaps they are having difficulty with personal, daily responsibilities that once presented no challenge, such as chores or hygiene. Or maybe their…
Life at The Admiral: The Ultimate Chicago Senior Living Experience
There are several great reasons why The Admiral at the Lake is often described as “elevated senior living on Chicago’s lakefront.” First, our beautiful and intelligently designed full-service retirement community…
The Admiral at the Lake’s Partnership with the William C. Goudy Technology Academy
Learning keeps our minds elastic and our interests focused and is especially beneficial for seniors. One way to learn is to teach or mentor. At The Admiral at the Lake,…
Types of Life Plan Community Contracts
Learn about the types of CCRC contracts at a Lifecare Community like The Admiral at the Lake.
Stress in Older Adults (and What To Do About It)
Feeling a little stressed? You should know you’re not alone. Many older adults experience periods of stress, especially when facing times of transition such as retirement or moving to a…
How To Spend Without Worry in Retirement Through Lifecare
Discover how a Lifecare community can protect a senior’s nest egg and alleviate financial stress related to retirement spending.