Assisted living and memory care at Mount Prospect Senior Living

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Mount Prospect Senior Living is proud to offer a lifestyle filled with independence and vibrancy.


Embrace the Vibrant Life at Mount Prospect Senior Living

Discover the area’s premier provider of retirement living and senior care. Nestled in lovely Mount Prospect, IL about 20 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, Mount Prospect Senior Living offers modern, comfortable senior living and care for older adults looking to remain active around like-minded peers.

With spacious assisted living and memory care apartments packed with amenities, Mount Prospect Senior Living encourages each resident to maintain their independence and make the most of each day. And they’ll enjoy it all with uplifting services, delicious daily meals and the comfort of a care team always available to lend a hand.

We believe deeply in providing personalized and tailored care and strive to nurture the minds, bodies and spirits of our residents. We proudly offer our award-winning and industry-leading signature Vibrant Life® program, Elevate® dining and Generations memory care.

At Mount Prospect Senior Living, the health and safety of our residents is our top priority. Learn more about the protective safety and health measures we’ve implemented at our community.



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Find out what you need to know about senior living. Read the most frequently asked questions. We’re here to provide important answers.

Assisted living is a level of care in senior living that offers daily support with the activities of daily living (ADLs). Assisted living is designed for seniors who can live independently with the support of a caregiver and generally not those who need intensive nursing care for chronic health concerns. Levels of assisted living for seniors can be as indirect as receiving a little help around the residence or as involved as help with bathing, dressing or eating.

Memory care provides daily structure and support for older adults living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. While there is no long-term cure for these memory-affective disorders, advanced memory care techniques have been proven to slow the progression of symptoms and provide a higher quality of life.