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"We Got This"

From caregiving to cleaning to camaraderie with co-workers, residents and families, Pathway to Living team members “got this” when it comes to promoting safety and wellbeing during these challenging times.
During National Nurses Week (May 6-12) and the 51 weeks in between, Pathway to Living applauds and celebrates the amazing 60-plus nurses who care for our residents.

In today’s new normal, Pathway to Living team members are doing a  super job  of keeping our residents healthy, engaged and connected.

“Thank you so much for taking care of our family. Excellent job to all of you.”
~ Suzy Vavra

“Keep up the good work!”
~ Bernice Dee

Cheers to Hydration Stations
Mobile Hydration Stations do more than provide drinks to thirsty residents. They provide an opportunity for team members to check in, say hello and socialize one-on-one with residents, which is so important for morale while we all shelter safely in place.
T-Rex made a surprising drink delivery at Victory Centre of Vernon Hills .

Team members made the friendly rounds at Victory Centre of Galewood .
Birthday Bonanza
A trio of spring birthdays were celebrated at Victory Centre of Bartlett!
On Stella’s 104th Birthday she got the special gift of meeting her four-month-old great-granddaughter, Ava , for the first time.
Alma celebrated her milestone 100th Birthday with her daughter and granddaughter, who visited from a safe distance.
Happy 95th Birthday to Josephine, who also enjoyed an outdoor safe family party.

Hooray for the Mayor
It was a special day at Victory Centre of River Woods when Melrose Park Mayor Ronald M. Serpico donated goody bags filled with masks, hand sanitizer and personal notes for each resident and team member.
Pin the Lime on the Margarita!

What do you get when you mix mariachi music, guacamole and a game of Pin the Lime on the Margarita? Oak Hill Supportive Living ’s best Cinco de Mayo party ever, of course.
Time for Life’s Simple Joys

Pathway to Living residents , with the help of dedicated team members, are discovering fun, creative and productive ways to spend their time while sheltering safely in place.   
Cassandra created a butterfly masterpiece to brighten the day at Victory Centre of Roseland .
Victory Centre of Joliet resident Van proudly placed the last piece to complete his puzzle. 
Johnny and Carol dressed up for the Victory Centre of River Oaks spring fashion show held in the hallway instead of on the runway!
From Hawaii to Mexico,
Ain’t We Got Fun!

The folks at Alexian Village celebrated Supportive Living Week in a big way with a Hawaiian Luau and Mexican-themed party all while maintaining a safe social distance from other party people!
Good Mental Health
for Older Adults
Life’s ups and downs bring happy days and sad days. Unfortunately, complications from chronic health conditions, loss of loved ones and other age-related challenges can make it feel like the lows outnumber the highs, especially in one’s later years. These days those lows can be further compounded by the necessity to isolate due to COVID-19, making it harder than ever for young and old alike to look on the bright side and keep spirits up. 


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