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From educational presentations to performances and events to wellness workshops and special brunches on our campus, we offer an exciting variety of happenings. RSVP now for an upcoming event, meet our exceptionally warm and welcoming residents, and see our campus firsthand. All events are free to you as our guest. You’re always welcome to bring a guest, too. Our hospitality offers the best way to discover everything we believe in.
Come for a tour of our beautiful campus, featuring the newly renovated Walnut Court apartments. Learn about life at Covenant Village of Northbrook, get answers to any questions you may have about Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) and discover how we can help you live more confidently and securely. Refreshments will be served.
Alzheimer's: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Prevention with Daniel Kuhn, LCSW
September 14, 2018 – 10:30 am
Daniel Kuhn has helped individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease for over 30 years. Join him to learn how to identify symptoms, get a proper diagnosis and most importantly, help prevent the onset of the disease.
September 19, 2018 – 10:30 am
For first-time visitors, there’s no better way to get to know Covenant Village of Northbrook than at this delightfully informative brunch. Discover all of the outstanding services and amenities that assure secure, carefree living at our community, then enjoy a tour of our beautiful campus.
We’re offering a new experience for seniors interested in moving to our community! Book “Your Day, Your Way” to enjoy our community as our residents do. This completely customizable experience allows you to enjoy our dining, explore campus, and take advantage of our many activities for a full day tailored to meet your interests. RSVP today by completing the form linked below. ow.ly/tw7o30lqX6b... See moreSee less
Our team at Covenant Village of Northbrook had our Walnut Court Exclusive Preview on a great day with a little sprinkle (then downpour) of rain. Many people enjoyed touring and meeting resident ambassadors and enjoyed refreshments served in our newly renovated residential building. Attendees also had the chance to view the reimagined apartments and lounge area! ... See moreSee less
"From the walk you skipped this morning to the snacks you’ll have before bedtime, your daily choices may have a big impact on your risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Here are the top ways you’re speeding the decline of your mind." www.rd.com/health/conditions/habits-age-brain/... See moreSee less
For lifelong heart health, start exercising early in life and keep exercising often — ideally, at least four times a week, according to a remarkable series of recent studies involving hundreds of people and their hearts. Learn more: ow.ly/A5da30lcKUO... See moreSee less
Ageism doesn’t just affect how people treat seniors — it also affects how seniors treat and view themselves. In fact, a recent Yale study found that people who have more positive attitudes about aging are less likely to develop dementia, suggesting that ageism may actually be degrading to health. Learn more about ageism and promoting anti-ageism behavior by following the link below: ow.ly/xLcd30lcKOn... See moreSee less
Do health wearables like FitBit have a place in the future of senior care? They may allow care providers to track seniors’ heart rates, monitor their activity levels, and send them alerts to take medicine, allowing for more proactive care. Read more: ow.ly/8AGe30lcKEi... See moreSee less
The 8th Annual Garden Party at Covenant Village of Northbrook was a great success! The campus joined the resident gardeners and got an up-close look at their garden beds. Attendees were also able to taste the bounty that the gardeners' green thumbs nurtured! A beautiful day was enhanced by steel drum player Meg Thomas and many healthy snacks. ... See moreSee less
Giving your body the nutrients it needs and avoiding unhealthy, processed foods can help you maintain your independence and even ward off disease, saving you money at the doctor’s office. Learn more: ow.ly/K4Jt30lcKvB... See moreSee less