A  Publication of Pathway to Living
 May 2018

Good Things are Growing at Grandbrier

 With a little help from friends, Grandbrier of Prospect Heights residents are getting ready to plant their very first community garden. Grandbrier residents' budding friendship with students from Anne Sullivan Elementary school will culminate on May 30th when fifth graders give us a hand planting veggies and flowers.

A big thank you to the local Boy Scouts from troop # for helping jump start the project by building high-rise garden planters, painting and filling bird feeders and potting flowers. 


Flora and Fauna Inspiration 

A visit to the Garfield Park Conservatory was the perfect way to get psyched for the new community garden!


Colorful hydrangeas, daffodils and petunias had everyone dreaming of a colorful flower patch to call their own.  


When is a Unicorn Just a Horse? 

Neurocognitive Disorders

Thursday, June 21, 5 to 7pm
A four-part education series covering a range of topics that impact the lives of those with dementia, their caregivers and professionals.

Presented by Jennifer Wislon-Binotti, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Compassionate Neuropsychology, LLC

RSVP at 847-818-1808 or Marketing@GrandbrierAssistedLiving.com 

Free of Charge
1-CEU awarded per event for nurses, social workers and discharge planners.

Grandbrier of Prospect Heights
708 N. Elmhurst Road

Bye-Bye  ButterfliesButterflies

As part of an Earth-friendly spring tradition, Pathway to Living residents released butterflies that they raised from caterpillars into the world.
Butterfly releases symbolize many things, but the most fitting is the notion that we are small and appear to be the same - like the caterpillar - but as we grow older our true beauty shows-like the butterfly!  


Our Team is Made Up of Winners! 


Alexian Village Concierge  Helen
received  LeadingAge's Heart
and Hands Award! 

Each day, Helen greets all with a friendly
"hello" and warm smile. She treats residents and guests like family with care, concern and compassion and has done so for 10 years! 

"We thank Helen for playing a vital role in the lives of our resident, team and community," says Executive Director
Gus Stavropoulos.

Teisha Esters received  LeadingAge's Rising Star Award!
Beyond sparkling bathrooms, residents are aglow over Teisha's smile and exceptionally friendly personality. Teisha inspires others to make meaningful connections with residents in whatever role they serve. 

"Being able to give back is a real joy,"
says Teisha. We're thankful to have her on our team.

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Chicago, Illinois 60606
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