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Welcome to Stillwater Senior Living

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Suite Styles

Here at Stillwater, we have 62 apartments that include studios, one-bedroom suites, and two-bedroom suites. They are each designed with security features, maximum accessibility, some feature private walk-out patios, and a full range amenities for the entire family. You can choose from our Dogwood Suite options, Cherry Blossom deluxe Suite, Cypress Suite options, or our Willow Suite options.

Services and Programs

For those who need assisted living, our amazing staff can provide your loved one with personal care assistance, supervise their medications, clean their apartment, and provide meals. We also offer recreational and social activities. Our beautiful state-of-the-art retirement community has ample parking for those residents who are still able to drive. We can also schedule transportation if you would rather leave the driving to us.

Our amazing staff also offers a menu of services that you may find useful including a beauty salon and spa on site and a Wellness Coordinator can accompany you to your doctor appointment. We can even help you with your personal shopping.

We also have a state-of-the-art Memory Care Neighborhood which offers advanced security systems, 24 hour nursing care, dementia-care capable instructors and practitioners on staff, in-house pharmacy, lab, x-ray and physical therapy services, a multi-sensory room and individualized wellness plans.

We Are Pet Friendly

Here at Stillwater, we are very much aware of the positive benefits, both physical and emotional, that come from having a pet. Therefore, we allow pets in our apartments. They help our residents thrive by providing companionship, which helps reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering stress, depression, and loneliness.

Our landscape plan includes a dog run that is designed to allow you and your dog a chance to be outside and enjoy some time in the sun. If you need help caring for your pet, our Pet Concierge service is available to help. We can even help you keep up-to-date on your furry friend’s medical and grooming needs.

Stillwater Senior Living is a wonderful place to call home. We are located in Edwardsville, IL and serve all families in Madison County, St. Clair County and beyond. To find out more, CONTACT US or call (618) 692-2273 to arrange a tour of our beautiful state-of-the-art retirement community.

 

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Embracing generations through listening hearts, compassionate care and purposeful activities modeled in Christ’s love.