Posted by rpjr on Oct 17, 2019
Our program 10-17 was a “two-fer” – first, giving an introduction was long-time Rotarian Bill Borst.  He  explained how important and useful it has been to address long term housing with careful, thorough investigation of retirement living options. He wanted to share a very good summary and approach he found through our speaker from The Moorings here in Arlington Heights. 
Senior Residency Counselor, Linda Nikiforak, gave a thorough and informative review of factors to consider, whatever one’s preference living arrangements.  Accompanying her was Mary Tremont, Director of Sales and Marketing at The Highlands Assisted Living at the Moorings.  What made the presentation especially noteworthy was its objective overview of the process and the variety of facilities and programs in the northwest suburbs.  We suggest you click “Read more” for Linda’s slide presentation, some references and her contact information.
Additional references –
  • “7 Ways to Judge a Retirement Community’s Financial Health”, The New York Times, Business Day, by  Peter Finch, March 9, 2018   [  ]
  • Consumer Guide To Understanding Financial Performance & Reporting in Continuing Care Retirement Communities, CARF International [  ]
Contact Information:
Linda Nikiforak
Senior Residency  Counselor
c 847-956-4439
m 800-445-8431
811 East Central Rd., Arlington Heights, Il  60005
A website for the Moorings and Presbyterian Homes is