Mission of Westfield Quality Care of Aurora
At Westfield, we are a family….
We focus our attention on providing all necessary tools and resources to the dedicated staff who serve at Westfield;
Through that focus, those dedicated staff will deliver the most sincere and
highest quality care for the elders in our family.
Our approach to care delivery...
We offer small-town compassionate care with exceptional skills and customer service. Our emphasis is on the resident, their family, and their quality of care. We understand that the resident deserves nothing less than the best. We can offer compassion along with physical, mental & emotional support. Our residents will be treated with consideration, respect, dignity, freedom, and the ability to make choices that enhance their lifestyles.
Activities help foster friendships and keep residents active and engaged. View our activities calendar today!
We are looking for individuals with helping hearts to join our team. If you have the heart to help, we can teach you any position. Check out our job openings today!
We were honored to help in caring for these beautiful people.
Visitors are welcome, without requiring an appointment. All visitors are asked to follow the posted guidelines once arriving at Westfield.
ALL are asked to remain at home if showing ANY signs or symptoms of illness, COVID19 or otherwise.
Thank you for your continued patience.
News & Blog
We had 19 residents join in the activity room for popsicle stick bird houses and clothespin birds. These creative birdhouses are definitely worth a trip to our Facebook page to see the pictures. Tim Javorsky with Merry Makers had all the residents tapping their feet and bopping to the beat, great performance.
Westfield Quality Care of Aurora would like to wish everyone a safe Memorial Weekend. We are all blessed in so many ways and we take this time each year to remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for us to enjoy many of those blessings.
The National Moment of Remembrance, established by Congress, asks Americans wherever they are at 3 p.m., local time, on Memorial Day to pause in an act of national unity (duration: one minute).
I want to give a big thank you to Rose Stromer for donating the most beautiful paper flowers to help decorate our dining room tables. The residents love the flowers. Creative coloring this week was a big hit, go check out our Facebook page to see all the creative and colorful pictures that were colored.
This week the residents colored monsters that will be sent to Cardz for Kidz in Chicago. These cards will be given to kids in the hospital to help brighten their day. On the arms of the monster, it says “Sending Monster Hugs To You!”. Westfield had a Mother’s Day tea party for the ladies. We served vegetables with dip, cucumber sandwiches and mini cheesecakes.
Dennis Alder - Resident
I would recommend Westfield to anyone needing rehab. My stay was enjoyable. The staff at Westfield treated me well.