We can give you peace of mind.
Whether you choose Independent or Sheltered Care Living, a Short Term Stay or
Adult Day Services, Alvernia Manor can offer you a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment.
Our dedicated and caring staff includes nurses and nurse assistants, dietary team, activities
specialists, house keepers and maintenance workers. The Sisters, too, are a central part of life
at the Manor; they live among the residents and are available around the clock.
SENIOR CARE OPTIONS
Furnished private room or suite and three home-cooked meals daily for individuals able to live independently and require only minimal assistance.
Furnished private room or suite and three home-cooked meals daily for individuals able to live independently but
needing assistance with medication management and bathing.
Sheltered Care for individuals needing more extensive monitoring and supervision with personal care/hygiene and other activities. Additional services are tailored to your needs.
ones need a place to stay for a brief time. Just because the length of the visit is short, doesn’t mean that you should have to worry about the quality of care.
We offer on-site care
for senior adults who still reside in their own homes. Social activities, care, and companionship are provided Monday through Friday from 6:30 am–6:30 pm.
We can offer you all this and more.
Furnished private room or suite
(personal items welcome)
Three home-cooked meals a day
Daily activities and programs
24-hour emergency response
Monthly blood pressure and
All utilities except telephone
Weekly housekeeping, including
bed linen change
Free use of laundry facilities
Computer with internet access
Library with Dakim Brain
Courtyard with patio furniture
Outdoor pavilion with
Mass and rosary in chapel
Since Alvernia Manor first opened its doors in 1971, the School Sisters of St. Francis of Christ the King have lovingly overseen its daily operations. A nonprofit, private-pay home for seniors, we welcome men and women of any race or religion. We are competitively priced, require no annuity or endowment, and are licensed by the State of Illinois to provide sheltered care (assisted living).