About Us

Older adults, their families and caregivers turn to CJE SeniorLife at different stages in their lives and they all benefit from CJE’s invaluable network of support, guidance and resources.

What sets CJE SeniorLife apart from other organizations are its mission and values, and how its programs and services complement one another, creating a constellation of care.

For over 40 years, CJE SeniorLife has been helping older adults pursue lives of meaning, independence and good health. Today, CJE has over 600 employees who provide 20,000 older adults and family members annually with a myriad of programs and services including independent housing, assisted living, home delivered meals, transportation, long and short-term skilled nursing care, adult day services, geriatric care management, health and wellness activities, support groups for clients and caregivers, and numerous lifelong learning opportunities.

Read more about CJE’s history and why you should count on CJE SeniorLife when you or a loved one need assistance with any of the issues or concerns...and joys...that many of us face as we grow older.

Our Mission and Values

We continue to advance our knowledge and strive to develop, evaluate and implement new and advanced programming and models of care.

Our History & Timeline

Every year, since its inception in 1972, CJE has brought more innovative community-based services into the Chicago area than other provider of eldercare services.

CJE strives to help 20,000 older adults lead healthy and independent lives.
Your contribution will allow us to do so for many years to come.

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To give by phone, call 773.508.1320

or TEXT @cje #donatetoday to 52014.

Learn about ways to give to CJE or consider making an impact by volunteering.

*CJE now accepts cars, real estate and other assets (must be approved) through our website!

Schedule a Tune Up: Start an Exercise Program

Schedule a Tune Up: Start an Exercise Program

We should all keep our bodies moving, but especially older adults, no matter howphysically able they are. Think about your goals. If you want to lose weight, there are some great exercises that burn more calories. If you want to strengthen and build muscles, there are exercises for that. As an older adult, you are encouraged to try all four types of exercise: endurance, strength, balance and flexibility. Read more