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Supportive Living

Courtyard Estates of Peoria

Welcome to Courtyard Estates of Peoria, the area's premier supportive living community. At the Courtyard Estates, our goal is to provide professional, compassionate services for older adults while promoting independence, which allows our residents to maintain or improve their current lifestyle.

  • From Alphabet Soup Academy

    What are the qualifications for your staff?

    Teachers must have at least two years of college with 6 hours in Early Childhood Education. We prefer teachers to have a four year degree in Early Childhood Education. Assistant Teachers must at least have a high school diploma. Every staff member must go through background checks and must be fingerprinted

  • From Just Kidz Dentistry

    When and how much tooth paste should we use?

    Prior to any baby teeth coming in, clean your child’s gums with a soft infant toothbrush or soft cloth and water. After the first baby tooth comes in, start brushing twice a day with a fluoridated toothpaste and a soft bristle, age appropriate, tooth brush. For children less than two years old use a “smear” of toothpaste to brush their teeth. For the 2-5 year old, use a “pea-size” amount of toothpaste to brush twice a day. Due to lack of manual dexterity at a young age parents may have to assist their child with brushing and flossing.

  • From Sound Choice Hearing Clinic

    How much do hearing aids cost?

    The price of a hearing aid will vary depending on the specific model and features you need, and how effective it is in various noise environments. We also offer financing.

  • From P&W Builders

    “What in the world does P&W Builders mean by an ‘Expandable Home’?“

    Doesn’t “expandable” apply more to balloons, stretch pants, and waistlines around the Holidays than to a home with a foundation and roof? Visit a P&W Builders Open House to put to rest any concerns about an inflatable house or a construction that looks like a Lego, ready to accept more pieces as needed. We construct homes designed to meet our customers’ needs and budget today, with incredible amounts of space available in our “attics” for future finish and/or as an attractive re-sale feature. Believe it or not, our 2, 3, or 4 bedroom designs can become 4, 5, 6, even up to 9 bedroom homes with additional space left for a media room, play area, or additional storage. And we accomplish this without adding any foundation or roof to the home. The most obvious for and expandable home is looking for a starter home. Also, families can grow bigger than dreamed; or a promotion may mean relocation. Re-sale brings opportunities for buyers to envision your starter home as a much more valuable investment. However, the concept isn’t just for the starters. Many “empty nesters” feel the squeeze from the generations on each side. Extra living space may be required to save the cost of a nursing home for parents who need regular care; or for the unexpected return of a family member in need of a place to live while getting back on their feet. A very popular use is “home base” for the kids and grandkids when they come for a visit from out of town. Other possibilities include sewing rooms, craft and hobby areas, and game rooms. So maybe the question should be, “Who shouldn’t consider an expandable home?”

  • From Trouble Free

    Why choose a comfort height toilet?

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