Aspired Living of Westmontresidents in our A Knew Day neighborhood spent some wonderful time gardening in our lovely, safe courtyard. Beyond the plantings’ beauty and fresh produce, Victory Gardens also provide residents with a beneficial sensory experience complete with smell, touch and taste!
After months of sheltering in place, Aspired Living of Prospect Heights residents embraced opportunities to enjoy the fresh air and warmer weather with an outdoor jazz concert and chair chi on the patio. Getting outside and seeing people from a safe distance sure is delightful!
Aspired Living of Prospect Heights kicked off their team’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s fundraiser (scheduled for October 3) on the longest day, June 20. Summer solstice is the day the Alzheimer’s Association calls on everyone to fight Alzheimer’s disease by raising funds and awareness for care, support and research.
Help Aspired Living’s team, led by Memory Support Manager Megan, reach their goal by joining and making a donation.
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.
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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.