What People are Saying

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Residents and associates' perspective on why Friendship Village is the best place to live during challenging times
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Residents and associates talk about persevering through COVID-19
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Resident Carol Ventura talks about the security she enjoys at Friendship Village
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Adult Child Dan on his mother’s happiness at Friendship Village
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Resident Judy Weber talks about moving to Friendship Village
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Resident Lois Ostrand speaks about why Friendship Village is the right place for her

Accreditation & Accolades

An award-winning community commited to your future security​

  • 2020 Top Picks award for Best Retirement/Assisted Living Communities by the Daily Herald Readers’ Choice Awards
  • 2020-2021 "Top Performing Award" by US News and World Report for Long Term Care and Short Term Rehabilitation
  • 2019 Best of Schaumburg Award for Best Retirement Community
  • Named one of America’s Best Nursing Homes 2021 by Newsweek
  • “5-Star” quality rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  • CARF accredited Life Plan Community.

What’s so great about being CARF-accredited?

Friendship Village ranks among the best choices in senior living communities nationally. Our commitment to excellence and continuous improvement in the quality and delivery of our services have earned us accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), the only independent accrediting body in our field. A survey team visits our community every five years to evaluate our performance against more than 1,200 quality standards. CARF, along with an outside auditor and actuarial firm, measure Friendship Village annually against standards for financial integrity.

We were the first Life Plan Community in Illinois to receive accreditation and are among just 16 percent of Life Plan Communities nationally that submit to CARF’s independent review.
We are also the only Life Plan Community in the state to have received the five-year accreditation five times.