A Publication of Pathway to Living
Four-legged FRIENDS
Pets Welcome!  

Whether your pet is four-legged or feathered, Aspired Living encourages residents and family members to include their beloved buddy as they plan life’s next phase.

VICTORY for the Butterflies

This season Aspired Living of Westmont Garden Club members are on a mission to rehabilitate monarch butterflies, which have been endangered since 2014. They are planning a Victory Garden that will provide an ideal environment for the monarch butterflies to thrive and prosper.

An EARTH DAY to Remember

In honor of Earth Day, old and young citizens joined to celebrate our precious planet at Anne Sullivan Elementary School. Aspired Living of Prospect Heights residents spent time with students learning about ways to protect and save the planet, reading Earth-friendly poetry and playing Earth Day bingo! 
Celebrating Lasting LOVE
Being able to age with your spouse is a wonderful privilege that all couples don’t get the chance to experience. So, when married couples celebrate an anniversary at Aspired Living of Westmont, we honor and recognize their love and marriage. Cheers to Phil and Marilyn and Ken and Nancy! 

“If I know what love is, it is because of you.”  ~ Herman Hesse.
Bernie is a SWEET GUY
Aspired Living of Westmont resident Bernie gave the Easter Bunny a huge helping hand when he generously donated  3,000 candy-filled eggs  for our 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt.
When Aspired Living of Prospect Heights residents performed side-by-side in a talent show with their second-grade buddies, the competition was stiff, but, ultimately the young challenger,
Connor, took home first prize!
Ageless Allies is a new Pathway to Living signature program built on years of intergenerational programming experience. From helping elementary school students read to mentoring – and being mentored by – college students, our older adult residents across the Midwest experience the positive effects of interacting with multiple generations.  
Planting SEEDS of Wisdom
Heresy High School Scrubs Club members helped Aspired Living of Prospect Heights residents prepare the community’s Victory Garden by planting veggies and making butterfly crafts, while residents planted seeds of wisdom about how to age well, live well and be well with the future healthcare professionals.
How can healthcare professional effectively manage stress in the workplace? Pathway to Living’s Director of Human Resources shares advise for destressing.

Don’t Let JOB STRESS Ruffle Your Feathers
Stress may come with the job, but when a quarter of the nation’s workers describe feeling the need to scream or shout because of stress, as stated by the American Institute of Stress, that’s not okay.

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