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Celebrating Supportive Living Week


Power of the Pen 
Victory Centre of Park Forest residents reached out to congress in a letter-writing campaign in support of Senate Bill 1785, which effectively relinks the supportive living rate to 60 percent of the nursing home rate in Illinois on
July 1, 2019. Supportive Living provides affordable quality housing, care
and lifestyle options.

Step right up. . . 
Victory Centre of Bartlett celebrated Supportive Living Week with a carnival complete with games and prizes!

Hooray! Trivia Champs


Congratulations to the Victory Centre of Galewood residents who took home First Place in the  Affordable Assisted Living Coalition 's Trivia Contest for Supportive Living Week! Next, the team heads to Springfield to compete in the State Championship… good luck!

The Park Forest POETS
In honor of National Poetry Month, Victory Centre of Park Forest residents and team members appreciated the power of the spoken word, while channeling their inner poets and sporting berets! Some recited original poems and others shared their favorite verses by famous authors.

Dreaming of Spring Flowers
A blizzard in the middle of April? Winter-like weather didn’t deter Victory Centre of River Woods residents from getting a head start on their Victory Garden as they planted spring flower seedlings.

LOOK who hopped by?

From the lakefront to the burbs, Pathway to Living residents enjoyed a wonderful Easter weekend filled with egg dyeing, egg hunts and
Easter Bunny visits! 

The Easter Bunny hopped from Victory Centre of River Woods in Melrose Park to Victory Centre of South Chicago!

Pets Welcome!


Whether your pet is four-legged or feathered, Azpira Place encourages residents and family members to include their beloved buddy as they plan life’s next phase. 
At Victory Centre of Vernon Hills ,
meet Alyce and her 8-year-old Maltese, Molly.

At Oak Hill Supportive Living , meet Mary with her dog, Mindy.


In addition to residents’ pets, the pet-friendly Victory Centre of Bartlett welcomed visits from chicks, ducks and bunnies!
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.  

Grand partner s

Victory Centre of Vernon Hills residents spent a fun and rewarding afternoon with deaf students from John Powers Center public school, reading, writing and crafting – making intergenerational connections and memorable experiences.  
Ask PATHWAY PEOPLE  
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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