Senior Housing Options Expo Taking Place Friday, April 28

Event Features a Wide Variety of Senior Housing Information

On Friday, April 28, the Naperville-Lisle Triad in conjunction with the City of Naperville and the Village of Lisle are pleased to present the second annual Senior Housing Options Expo (SHOE) for those interested in learning how to make the most of their senior living experience. The expo is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon at Grace Pointe Church, 1320 Chicago Ave., Naperville.

Senior citizens and their caregivers and families are invited to take advantage of this free information event that will feature more than 35 agencies committed to helping seniors get the most out of their living experience. Topics covered at this event include home modifications for safety and convenience, downsizing, home sharing, transportation, relocation, assisted and independent living, senior agencies, property tax programs and more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet and speak with the mayors of Naperville and Lisle as both Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico and Lisle Mayor Joe Broda will attend this event. Onsite parking, including accessible spaces, is available.

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