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Breton WWII Veteran Honored
On the heels of Memorial Day, friends and family gathered remotely and in person at a safe social distance to celebrate the life and service of 98-year-old Aldean Mason, a U.S. Army nurse who treated wounded soldiers and Holocaust survivors in Europe. Aldean lives and Azpira Place of Breton, and we are proud to share her story of service.
Leaving your shoes at the door is a thing, but how about leaving your shoes on the door? Well, that's just what some Azpira Place of Lake Zurich residents are doing with adorable, summer-inspired flip-flop wreaths!
Azpira Place at Breton residents take their gardening seriously, measuring and charting each plant’s progress. Soon, if they keep up the good work, they will look forward to harvesting Roma tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower and yellow squash!
The culinary team is excited to incorporate these homegrown ingredients into fresh, summer meals, so residents can enjoy the fruits of their labor.
As we remembered our fallen service men and women on Memorial Day, we were proud to celebrate the heroes and veterans who call Azpira Place of Lake Zurich "home" and honor them with a goodie basket of Americana treats. Thank you for your service!
Pathway to Living honored our Life Enrichment Aides (LEAs) during National Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA Week) for caring for residents’ health and safety while bringing joy to their lives. LEAs play an integral role in Pathway’s mission to change the way society thinks about aging and senior living.
Over 650 residents shared one word to describe the LEAs in their lives. Their kind expressions were used to create this artistic interpretation of Pathway to Living’s logo in their honor.
Helping LGBTQ Seniors
Find a Community
There are approximately 51 million people aged 65 and older in the United States, and approximately 3 million of them identify as LGBTQ. There is currently a surge of LGBTQ seniors who are looking for senior living communities where they will feel welcome and comfortable.