Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community
Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community
24588 Church St
Chenoa, IL 61726
Phone: (309) 747-2702
Fax: (309) 747-2944

Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community seeks to minister
to the elderly in the belief that God desires older persons to
enjoy dignity, respect, love and care.

Meadows Mennonite Home was awarded the Seal of Confidence
for commitment to resident satisfaction as demonstrated through successful completion of the Confidence Satisfaction Survey Program sponsored by Life Services Network of Illinois (LSNI). The Seal of Confidence is designed to help promote commitment of nursing homes to resident and family satisfaction as a true way of gauging quality care and services. Meadows scored well in every category and scored higher than our competition in every category measured except one. LSNI is an association of more than 300 not-for-profit nursing homes and continuing care retirement communities.

Founded in 1919 and opened in 1923, Meadows was established
by churches committed to caring for the elderly in need of support
services. This association of churches continues to be the
foundation of Meadows’ ministry with the vital support and
partnership of the local communities of Chenoa and Gridley
We're known for...

- our rich history of caring and the provision of a range
of services for seniors since 1923 with the support of
community and area churches
- our location on 50 acres in a quiet rural setting for
those who enjoy the outdoors
- our Volunteer services provided by over 200 adult and
student volunteers
- our extensive Activities Program designed to provide
purpose, enjoyment and well-being for senior living
- our reputation for cleanliness and an odor free
- our attention to spiritual and emotional needs of
residents by the Chaplain, staff and volunteers
- provision of medical and emergency care by a
Medical director who makes routine visits, is available
in emergencies and provides phone consultation as
needed; Gridley and Chenoa ambulance districts
provide service to both Nursing Home and Independent
Living Residents
- our Nationally recognized Alzheimer’s Care program
which reflects an environmental response to a range of
need of the dementia population
- a staff that demonstrates caring by relating
knowledgeable and competently to residents and by
being creative and flexible
- high quality nursing care provided by staff who are
caring, responsive, supportive and sensitive to the
needs of residents

Copyright 2006 Meadows Mennonite Retirement Community Association
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