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LOVE PEOPLE Challenge
Rising to the national Love People Challenge, Victory Centre of South Chicago residents delivered tasty donuts to the local fire station in person to let first responders know how much their service is appreciated.
The love came full circle when The Chicago Community Ensemble Band showed South Chicago residents some affection with a live jazz performance at the community.
Read Ellen’s heartfelt testimonial about life at Victory Centre of Vernon Hills that won 2nd place in the Affordable Assisted Living Coalition (AALC) contest. Giving older adults opportunities to pursue their passions and do what they love is what the VIVA! lifestyle is all about.
" I have fished all my life and I thought I would never fish again after moving to a SLF. I was wrong. They gave me the opportunity to do what I love. I am able to continue to live the way I did before with some extra support from those around me."
~ Ellen C.
OKTOBERFEST Roseland Style
Family, friends and neighbors joined Victory Centre of Roseland residents for the community’s annual Oktoberfest blowout complete with a petting zoo, bouncy house, apple cider, fall crafts and good music.
Family, friends and neighbors joined in the fun with a petting zoo, bouncy house, apple cider, fall crafts and good music!
PUMPKIN PICKING and Fall Fun
A trip to Goebbert’s Farm for pumpkin picking and treats is always on Alexian Village residents’ fall to-do list! They had a festive time checking it off.
Andy Weitzberg of Buffalo Grove, IL, admits that she feels recharged and reinvigorated as a new social media star. “You stop thinking about how old you’re getting,” explains the grandmother of four. “You just do it and the energy feeds on itself.”
It's Not Too Late to
GET SOCIAL, ONLINE!
Don’t be surprised if grandpa starts to follow you on Instagram and Twitter! Many people his age – 65 and older – are moving high-speed toward more digitally connected lives. Online, many older adults are drawn to social media sites that can help them connect with family and friends, exchange ideas and information and learn new things.
Learn what older adults “like” about social networking.
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Pathway to Living is bringing you closer to the people you love! See what fun your elders are up to with frequent photo posts from all Pathway to Living communities.