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Oakton Pavilion is a world-class rehabilitation facility as well as a community with the comfort of home. Staffed with a dedicated team of nurses, therapists and social service staff, it fits all the needs of each individual resident. The goal at Oakton Pavilion is helping residents retain maximum independence, with memory care for residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s plus a comprehensive, individualized plan. Residents receive care from professional nurses around the clock, and get to enjoy delicious meals while living in a cheerful environment.
Oakton Pavilion is located in Des Plaines, a city in the county of Cook, Illinois. It was named after the Des Plaines River that flows through it. Des Plaines is a small city with a population of 58,364 and a population density of 4,071.2 people per square mile. The population of the city is spread out, with people under the age of 18 making up 22.3%, those between 18 and 24 making up 7.5%, 25 to 44 making up 29.2%, 45 to 64 making up 23.8% and 17.2% of the population being over 65 years of age. The median age of Des Plaines is 42.1 years.
The hottest month in Des Plaines, IL is July with a high of 74 degrees. The coldest month of the year is January, recording an average monthly temperature of 26 degrees. May receives the highest precipitation with 5.4 inches of rain, while November and January are the month with the least rainfall at 2.3 inches.
The city benefits from an extensive regional transportation network and getting around the city is easy. O’Hare International Airport is just 5 minutes away and has almost 600 flights on a daily basis with 23 domestic and 23 international airlines. This makes it very convenient to fly from Des Plaines to any part of the world. There is also Chicago Executive Airport, which is the fourth busiest airport in Illinois and even offers private aircraft storage. Pace bus service offers local public transportation in Des Plaines and the schedules and fare options can be found easily online. Des Plaines has access to several expansive highway systems including the Interstate 90, Northwest Tollway, Elgin-O’Hare Expressway, Interstate 355 North-South Tollway and the Interstate 294 Tri-State. You can also get around town on foot since Des Plaines has a walkability score of 51.
There are about 91 hospitals in or around Des Plaines, including Holy Family Medical Center, Advocate Lutheran General hospital, and Northwest community hospital, so health care is easily accessible.
About 59.87% of the entire population of Des Plains identifies as being religious. The largest population of religious people are Catholic, making up about 38.67%. 0.32% are LDS and 5.06% are of another Christian faith. The Jewish people in Des Plaines form about 1.1%, with a further 0.62% from an eastern faith and 3.89% being Islamic. There are plenty of churches within the city including Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. There is also anIslamic community center within the city.
On a scale from 1 to 100, Des Plaines would score a 25 for crime; the average crime rate in the US is 31.1. For property crime in the area, the rating is at 21 from a scale of 1 to 100 considering that the national average is 38.1, it is safe to say that crime rate in Des Plaines is low, making it a safe place to live and enjoy.
There are plenty of things to do in Des Plaines, with the top attraction being Lake Park . Lake Park is a stunning 76 acre park with a range of interesting features. Top of the list is Lake Opeka, where residents go to fish and sail. The park is popular with locals because it's the perfect place to spend a relaxing afternoon in a natural setting. Taking a walk alone the shoreline offers unique opportunities to spot some local wildlife. In Lake Park there is an 18 hole, par – 3 short golf course that is perfect for both beginners and intermediate golfers."