Summit of Uptown Park Ridge, Community News Acting and Opera are Twin Passions of Leo Rizzetto
For many years, Leo Rizzetto worked as a court reporter by day. But by night, he transformed into Tevye from “Fiddler on the Roof,” or Joe in “Showboat,” or occasionally even Elvis Presley.
Summit of Uptown Park Ridge, Community News Joan Esposito, 101, Has Lived Through Volumes of History
Joan Esposito’s life has been full, but it hasn’t always been easy.
assisted living to dementia care When to Transition From Assisted Living to Dementia Care
Retiring in a senior living community means you and your loved one have access to additional support and resources as needs change or new challenges arise. When you or your loved one chooses to retire in a senior living community that offers more than one type of care, the opportunity to continue to live as independently and safely as possible only increases.
Summit of Uptown Park Ridge, Community News Summit of Uptown receptionist celebrates 30 years of helping residents
Arlene Pendergrast went to work as a receptionist at Summit of Uptown soon after her mother died.
Community News Our Residents and Staff Honored Heroes on Memorial Day
As a grateful nation saluted the men and women who gave their lives for our freedom, Summit of Uptown held its Memorial Day commemoration on Thursday, with a ceremony to honor veterans, who recited the Pledge of Allegiance, sang “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and received a certificate and ribbon in honor of their service. The event concluded with the reading of poems and the playing of “Taps.”
Senior living, Senior Living Options, senior living communities How to Stay Connected with Seniors in Senior Living Communities
Staying connected to family members when miles apart is important throughout every stage of life. However, older adults can especially benefit from feeling connected to and supported by their loved ones. Research has suggested that seniors who are isolated at home alone can often feel lonely, anxious, and depressed more often than their peers. Furthermore, seniors who are isolated are also at a higher risk of physical complications like obesity, heart disease, and cognitive decline.
Senior Resources Senior Resources in Park Ridge That You Should Know About
Seniors who love everything the Midwest has to offer are often reluctant to join the droves of older adults who head south in their retirement. Whether you’re a snowbird or a full-time resident of Chicagoland, you get to enjoy four beautiful seasons, great sports, outstanding dining, and close proximity to Lake Michigan. Park Ridge is the perfect blend of Chicago-style neighborhoods and the convenience of a suburb, making it an ideal place to retire.
Independent living, valentines day 6 Date Night Ideas for Valentine's Day Near Chicago, IL
We may still be months away from spring weather, but suburban Chicagoans have something warm and cozy to look forward to in February: celebrating Valentine’s Day! The holiday offers a welcome reprieve from frigid temperatures and icy streets, giving people of all ages plenty of reasons to get dressed up and head out on the town.
The reviews are in – The Summit of Uptown was a hit in this year’s Fabulous Fall Wine Walk, sponsored by the Park Ridge Chamber of Commerce.
As the largest city in the Midwest, Chicago offers a wide range of activities, attractions, special events, and more. People with dementia and their caregivers, however, may need a little extra help to enjoy all that Chicago has to offer. If you’re caring for a loved one with dementia, these resources can help lighten the load.