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Nestled among the trees, Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care provides a beautiful backdrop for you to lead a fulfilling and stress-free life. The five-acre campus is located in the North Riverside Forest Preserve, just a few miles west of downtown Chicago.

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Sir Walter Scott is one of the most important figures in modern Scottish History. Born in 1771 in Edinburgh, his work as a historical novelist, poet, playwright, and historian would shape many of the ideas we think of as Scottish today - including the kilt which had been primarily worn by highlanders and outlawed by the British until being embraced by King George IV during a visit to Scotland managed by the monarch’s friend Walter Scott. As an author, his novels and narrative poems like Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, and The Lady of the Lake had a major impact on European and American literature and stand as exceptional examples of European Romanticism. Sir Walter Scott has been called the man who “Invented Scotland.” To celebrate his 250th birthday and his incredible legacy, Sir Walter Scott is Chicago Scots’ December 2021 Scottish Hero.

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A continuum of care from just a little help to nursing services on demand.

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