Bickford of Tinley Park

Bickford of Tinley Park

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Barbara Pirc

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Renata Cwyl

This week we are celebrating Ginny's Birthday? From all of us at Bickford we wish you Ginny a wonderful year ahead spent with family and friends! Happy Birthday!!
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Dawn Senesac

Our homemade food here at Bickford is something our kitchen takes pride in. Meals are a time to socialize with each other and enjoy the ambiance of our dining room. We encourage family members to share in this experience. We have not increased our guest meal charges for a few years now. Starting February 1st, our meal charges will increase by fifty cents. Our breakfast is now $5.50, noon meal $7.50, and our evening meals are $6.00. We encourage any group over 5 guests to give us advance notice, and we can set up our private dining room to enjoy your meal experience

Kim Stevenson

Are you caring for a loved one with a form of dementia? At Bickford our memory care unit is designed as a more intimate setting that has been found to decrease anxiety and frustration in those with dementia. We utilize the "whole-home" concept with the resident apartments being used as a bedroom and the living room, kitchen, and dining area carrying that intimate setting over to encourage increased interaction. We currently have an open apartment if you have a loved one that could benefit from 24/7 care in a warm caring environment, we might be the answer you have been looking for. Call today to tour, ask for Kim. 708-845-5490

Kim Stevenson Elderly couples living together: the importance of companionship Elderly couples rely on each other for care and companionship. The time couples spend together is precious – not just from an emotional perspective, but also in terms of physical and cognitive health. Find out why staying together is so important, and how couples can arrange care that supports both their needs at home. Why it's so important to keep elderly couples living together Physical health Elderly couples tend to care for each other. If one's required to leave, the other's health is likely to deteriorate in ways you might not have predicted. For instance, if the person entering residential care was the main cook, their partner may become malnourished as they struggle to adapt to feeding themselves. Difficulties with mobility can also prevent separated couples from visiting each other, leading to unnecessary distress. Cognitive health In the short-term, being separated from a partner can result in feelings of stress and anxiety for both parties. In the long-term, this can develop into profound loneliness; a condition which affects cognitive health, as well as increasing the risk of heart disease and strokes. The familiarity that comes with staying together can also help people with dementia keep calm and engaged.

The process of finding a place for your loved one is hard enough, we’re here to make it easier. To help you navigate this change most effectively we remove the barriers and give you what you really want - pricing first!

Base Rate    +    Care Rate    =    Real Rates

Base Rate

$130 to $165 per day. Range depends on the apartment you choose.

Care Rate

$30 to $150 per day. Range depends on the care and services needed.

Community Fee of $250 per month for ten months.

It’s that easy.

Whether or not our pricing fits in your budget, we ask you to consider 4 things:

  1. Know that there may be financial resources available that you might not be aware of.

    To explore this, take advantage of our complimentary third-party financial concierge service – Elderlife Financial
  2. Know that our rates are all-inclusive*.

    Don’t forget our rates include meals, care, activities, basic utilities, housekeeping, linen and laundry service, and more! All-inclusive details.
  3. Know the affordability of senior living.

    Many families are surprised at the affordability of senior living as compared to what they are currently spending at home. Check out our Expense Worksheet to compare for yourself.
  4. Remember what matters most.

    While there are many things you should buy at a discount, care isn’t one of them.

It is easy to say that we do whatever it takes to make our residents happy, but the real question is – are our current residents actually happy?

Read below to find out how happy our current residents and families really are.

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4.3 out of 5.0
based on 146 reviews.

Our Menu


Spiced Apples

Glazed Pork Roast

Turkey Cutlet with Cream Sauce

Cheesy Potato Rounds
Sliced potatoes roasted and topped with chopped bacon and cheese

Chef's Steamed Vegetable

Harvard Beets
Sliced beets that are simmered in vinegar and sugar

Baked Roll

White Poke Cake

Diabetic Dessert

Activity Calendar

Sample Calendar

10:00am Manicures

10:30am Balloom VB

1:00pm Meijer Shopping

2:00pm Manicures

3:00pm Music with Janice

4:00pm Heads Up!

Monthly Newsletter

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Our purpose is to do whatever it takes to make our residents happy.

Core Needs

Understanding your core needs allows us to know the pathway we must take to make you happy. We have identified three specific Core Needs that must be met to enrich happiness — Basic Needs, Care Needs & Unrecognized Needs.

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Core Needs

Basic Needs

You need to consistently receive services in an environment that feels like home.

Core Needs

Care Needs

You need to consistently receive the care that your personal health situation requires.

Core Needs

Unrecognized Needs

You need to consistently experience small, but unforgettable moments that you'd never think to ask for

Contact us to book a tour
or request more information.

Bickford of Tinley Park Assisted Living & Memory Care For Pricing & Availability: 708-390-0220
For Friends & Family: 708-845-5490

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