Mercy Circle hosts open house, workshop on downsizing Sunday, June 23
Open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., workshop at 12 noon
Ric Roemer, president of Creative Home Services, will present “What do I do with all this stuff?” at 12 noon on Sunday, June 23, as part of an 11 a.m.-2 p.m. open house at Mercy Circle, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) at 3659 W. 99th St. near the suburb of Evergreen Park.
“Picking what to keep, what to sell and what to give away to charity or your family is a challenge before moving for older adults who are downsizing,” said Marge Everett, senior living advisor at Mercy Circle. “That’s why seniors can benefit from using a relocation expert like Ric.”
Since it opened to the public in 2013, Mercy Circle has referred prospective residents to Creative Home Services, an Orland Park-based company that specializes in helping older adults downsize, declutter and prepare their homes for sale. The firm has been advising homeowners who downsize for 13 years.
Light refreshments will be served, and there is ample parking in Mercy Circle’s lot. Everyone who attends will be able to tour the CCRC’s apartments and amenities.
To reserve space at the event or to learn more about moving to Mercy Circle, call Everett at 773-253-3603.
About Mercy Circle
Welcoming older adults from all walks of life, Mercy Circle is not-for-profit and has a no-entrance-fee policy. The person-centered care model ensures each resident benefits by receiving the healthcare services and support programs chosen specifically for them.
Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy West Midwest, it is the only faith-based retirement community in the area. Mercy Circle offers spacious residences at all levels of care, along with thoughtful amenities, life enrichment programs and social and friendship opportunities.
For more information or to schedule a private appointment, please call 773-253-3600.