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Honoring our Veterans
Azpira Place at Lake Zurich team members honored our veterans with door-to-door visits to present them with a certificate and American flag pin on Veterans Day.
Thank you to Frank, Lewis, Roy, Chester, Louis, Bill K., Bill C., Bill M., Ed, George, Howard, Alan, John and Rudy for serving our country and for being true American patriots!
Our friends from Lake Zurich High School's National Honor Society dropped off a "pup basket" full of pet goodies to the delight of Azpira Place at Lake Zurich residents and their furry friends.
You can donate your old tablet now through December 20th to help older adults connect with loved ones over the holidays.
Three Easy Steps
Bring your device to the Pathway to Living community nearest you. Search here.
Drive up curbside, and call the community when you arrive.
The concierge will come outside to collect your tablet.
Thank you in advance for your generous donations!
Pathway to Living communities provide CLEAN, SAFE and JOYFUL communities where people can feel protected, well cared for and thrive during life's ups and downs. Ultimately, we're here for you, even in a global pandemic, to make sure you love where you live.
Addressing Concerns About Moving to
Even though the time may be right to explore senior living, many older adults are delaying a move during the pandemic, and may not know that, even in these challenging times, Pathway to Living communities continue to welcome and safely move in new residents.
Learn how the benefits of moving to senior living may outweigh the challenges.
Congratulations to Elaine from Azpira at Windermere for winning Pathway to Living’s annual holiday card design contest! Elaine picked up her first paint brush and discovered her panache for painting just three years ago when she joined Azpira’s weekly painting classes. Elaine says that she is inspired by her neighbor and mentor Ruby and other fellow Azpira artists.