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Our Cookie Fundraiser was
a Sweet Success
Thank you to everyone who supported Age Well’s fundraiser and to the residents who helped prepare and wrap cookies! Despite a rain shower, we sold over 960 cookies and raised $1,200 to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
The fathers and father figures at Age Wellfelt the love and support of family members as they lined up their decorated cars in a parade and drove by the community cheering, chanting and waving for dads.
Lifelong friends Al and Margaret keep in touch regularly, yet it surprised them both to discover they are now next-door neighbors at Age Well. Nowadays, due to COVID-19 restrictions, they are limited to waving to each other from their patios, yet they look forward to enjoying a meal together soon.
Small group VIVA! programming is back! Age Well residents can now gather for programs like ArtPath, allowing them to be social – from a safe distance – and to reconnect with friends and neighbors while pursuing a creative outlet.
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.