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Public Events at Pathway to Living ® Communities Postponed

The health and well-being of our residents and team members is always our top priority. Pathway to Living® is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and following the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to proactively limit risk of exposure to our residents and team members. The CDC's greatest concern at this moment is the rapid speed of transmission, causing large numbers of people to become sick. With this in mind, we are postponing all public events in our communities until further notice.

Although we currently do not have any active cases of COVID-19 reported at any community, Pathway to Living® is taking proactive measures to safely address this public health concern. In addition to our preventative measures and safety protocols already in place due to regular flu prevention, we are taking further steps to monitor and limit exposure to reduce the risk of infection. We have a simple, front desk screening process in place to support scheduled and walk-in visits from families and guests.

We ask that you refrain from visiting our community if you are ill, have traveled to a high-risk country or have been exposed to someone who has traveled to a high-risk country.

We will post updates as events are rescheduled. If you or a family member have questions regarding regularly scheduled visits or appointments, please contact your Executive Director directly.

To learn more about what Pathway to Living® is doing to maintain health and safety and to stay updated with COVID-19 developments and resources, please visit and .

One Hundred Percent SATISFIED!

Congratulations to Oak Hill Supportive Living for achieving a 97% score on its Resident Satisfaction Survey! Oak Hill’s team, including Woody the community pooch, are proud and honored to receive such
high marks from residents.


Victory Centre of River Woods residents visited Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium and watched the dolphin show. “My mom and dad had an amazing time, and I can’t believe it was my mom’s first trip ever to the Shedd!” said Lisa Rogers, whose parents are photographed below posing with the fish. 

Our Residents LOVE a Good Time

From the city to the suburbs, Pathway to Living supportive living residents sweetly celebrated Valentine’s Day.
Victory Centre of Bartlett residents handmade Valentine cards for their sweethearts.  
Victory Centre of Roseland residents crowned a King and Queen of Hearts.
Victory Centre of Sierra Ridge's Men's Club held a
“Cupid Grams” fundraiser.
Victory Centre of Joliet residents posed for a perfectly pink photo shoot. 

Victory Centre of Joliet Welcomes New Executive Director

Congratulations and welcome back to Nicole Vicuna! She is now the executive director of Victory Centre of Joliet and had worked at the community before as the business office coordinator.

The Fine Art of Japanese Calligraphy
While on a virtual trip to Japan, Victory Centre of Sierra Ridge artisans tried their hand at the highly esteemed art of Japanese calligraphy. The World Tour signature program brings monthly lifelong learning opportunities and an outlet for creative expression while residents “explore” cultures from
around the globe. 

Get ready, get set…Go Garden!
Now is the time when residents start planning their Victory Gardens, but, being more of a doer than a planner, Alexian Village gardener Yuki kicked off the gardening season early by planting a mini herb garden in a mason jar.

Ten Tips to Effectively Communicate with Someone Living with Dementia 

Pathway to Living's Director of VIVA! Life, Julie Ackley, maps out effective communication tips for your memory challenged loved one in Pathway to Living’s blog.

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