It’s affordable to live at Joshua Arms, whatever your financial situation. Rent is based on your annual adjusted income, which includes medical expenses and other deductions. Federal subsidies also are available for those that qualify.
Be a part of our active social community. We have daily games, art projects, and exercise classes. We organize events in the community and the Joliet area for residents.
It’s convenient for family and friends to visit you at Joshua Arms. We are close to the I-80 expressway and have parking for residents. We also coordinate transportation to local doctors, and your medication can be delivered to you. Our social service coordinator will work to find the government subsidies you qualify for.
“They take good care of me here. When I moved in, my neighbor, Robert, told me if I ever needed something to just knock on his door. A lot of people know my name. I’ve made some good friends here. The food is good and I enjoy eating and talking in the dining room. I feel safe – even if I go out outside after dark, I never feel scared. The entertainment is good. I sure liked dancing to that band music.”
Joshua Arms hosted a visit by State Senator Pat McGuire of the 43rd senatorial district and Jason Speaks from LeadingAge Illinois, discussing issues such as Medicaid, MCOs, and the state budget. Read more about the visit in this LeadingAge newsletter article.
Joshua Arms in Joliet, one of LSSI’s 21 affordable senior housing developments, is grateful for Vietnam veteran Joseph Rowell’s service to our country. We’re honored that he calls Joshua Arms home. Read more about how he found his home in this Herald News article.
Depression is often an ignored condition of older adults. Yet, it’s prevalent among older adults and can be debilitating or deadly. When a spouse dies and grown children move away – often far away – we are caught unaware. We find ourselves stunned by the resulting loneliness. For decades, we were needed. We served a purpose. Now, we have only ourselves, day in and day out. No one really needs us and we see the future as a vast, lonely road to nowhere. Read more.