A Mather LifeWays residence
Our experience makes yours memorable
Mather Place, a Mather LifeWays senior living residence, is a place where older adults can discover exceptional Ways to Age WellSM and live life to the fullest. The day-to-day operations of Mather Place are guided by years of award-winning research conducted by Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging, a global resource for information about wellness and service innovations. The Institute supports our mission to create Ways to Age WellSM for those we serve.
A long history of successful communities
Mather LifeWays is a unique, non-denominational, not-for-profit organization—headquartered in Evanston, Illinois—that has served older adults for more than 75 years. Founded by Alonzo Mather—a self-described entrepreneur and well-regarded humanitarian—Mather LifeWays has a long history on the North Shore of Chicago, where Mr. Mather funded one of the first Continuing Care Retirement Communities (now called Life Plan Communities) in the nation.
Financially stable for a more secure future
In times like these, financial solvency is of paramount importance. And you can have confidence in the financial strength and stability of Mather Place. Backed by Mather LifeWays, our community continues to stand on exceptionally firm financial footing.
Creating Ways to Age WellSM
In addition to the financial benefits of being a Mather LifeWays community, we have access to Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging’s award-winning research that continually helps us create an exceptional living environment. In fact, 95% of surveyed residents said that they believe Mather Place provides good services.
Learn more about how Mather LifeWays makes a difference through its Institute on Aging, community-based initiatives, and senior living residences.
Ways to #AgeWell
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My experience is that once people make the transition and really get acclimated, almost unanimously they say it’s the best thing they ever did.