Pro­vid­ing Guid­ance. Build­ing Community.

Since our incep­tion, Friend­ship Senior Options has had a keen focus on evolv­ing the ser­vices avail­able for seniors. We’ve inno­vat­ed the Con­tin­u­ing Care Retire­ment Com­mu­ni­ty mod­el in the Chicagoland area. Friend­ship Senior Options was formed in 2005 to over­see all of the growth and inno­va­tion asso­ci­at­ed with our exist­ing community.

We’re built on a strong tradition.

Friend­ship Vil­lage of Schaum­burg has been at the fore­front of the indus­try since it was estab­lished over 40 years ago. It was the first Con­tin­u­ing Care Retire­ment Com­mu­ni­ty (CCRC) in the area to intro­duce assist­ed liv­ing. Today, it is the largest CCRC in Illi­nois. Our ser­vices and staff are con­tin­u­al­ly laud­ed as some of the best in the industry.

At Friend­ship Senior Options, we real­ize that to deliv­er the best you need to invest. Over the last sev­en years, Friend­ship Senior Options has invest­ed over $250 mil­lion in cap­i­tal improve­ments to enhance the abil­i­ty of the orga­ni­za­tion to meet the needs of old­er adults.

We’ve accom­plished a lot in our short his­to­ry, and it is only the begin­ning. The state of the econ­o­my and the health­care debate have posed unique chal­lenges for our orga­ni­za­tion and the indus­try as a whole. But we’ve nev­er backed down from a chal­lenge. Through the years, we’ve faced many obsta­cles and reached our goals with a stead­fast com­mit­ment to our oper­a­tional objec­tives and our ded­i­ca­tion to the seniors we serve.

As we look toward the future, we get set to iden­ti­fy oppor­tu­ni­ties to inno­vate and evolve the senior ser­vices indus­try… just like we orig­i­nal­ly set out to do.

FSO’s machine read­able files which are a require­ment of the Trans­paren­cy in Cov­er­age Final Rule can be found here.

Our Affil­i­ates

  • Friend­ship Vil­lage of Schaumburg
  • Friend­ship Senior Options Foundation
  • Friend­ship Vil­lage Neigh­bor­hood Services

Every 72 sec­onds, some­one in Amer­i­ca devel­ops Alzheimer’s.

—Alzheimer's Association