Senior Housing Options Expo Taking Place Friday, April 22

Event Features a Wide Variety of Senior Housing Information

The Naperville & Lisle Townships Triad and the Naperville Senior Task Force are pleased to present the Senior Housing Options Expo (SHOE) for those interested in learning how to make the most of their senior living experience.

The expo takes place on Friday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Lower Level Meeting Rooms of the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St. Free parking at the Municipal Center will be available.

This informative, engaging expo is a free opportunity for senior citizens and their caregivers to learn about the many senior housing options available in the Naperville area. Participants are invited to visit with more than 35 agencies who are dedicated to helping seniors enjoy their desired living experience. Participants may come and go as they please to gain information about home modifications for safety and convenience, independent living and downsizing, senior residences and care units, transportation choices, home sharing and much more. Visit for more details.

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