“Land of the Free, Because of the Brave” Thank you Veterans!

Today we take time to thank our Veterans. They are our Heroes. Whichever role they played, they did it for a greater good than themselves. We are proud to now be in their service. With great pride, Bridgeway of Bensenville shares the faces of many of our resident heroes! Thank you one and all!

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Join other Heroes as a Healthcare Professional!

Just starting out? There are wonderful opportunities to earn while you learn. Are you passionate about people? A team player? Have you always thought healthcare was a great career to explore? If you aspire to be a healthcare provider, even if you aren’t certified yet, we may have the right opportunity for you to launch…

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Happy Global Handwashing Day 2020

2020 brings highlights the importance of hand hygiene more than any of the previous years since Global Handwashing Day was initiated by the Global Handwashing Partnership (GHP) in August 2008 at the annual World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden. You can learn more about the history of this annual event here. Handwashing with soap and water…

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Discover The Superhero In You

Bridgeway Senior Living is now hiring! Join the team that makes a difference every day. We are looking for CNAs, Rns, and LPNs. Interested? Apply by submitting your resume to hrdirector@bridgewayseniorliving.com

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Visiting Parks During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Some states have begun to opening parks and some have even lifted all stay at home bans. With summer approaching, the opening of parks is great, but we must recognize that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Here are the Dos and Don’ts that is recommended: Every state has different guidelines, always follow your state…

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Covid-19 Facility Update 7/17/2020

Dear Residents, Representatives, Families, and Staff: The health and safety of Bridgeway Senior Living is our highest priority and we recognize the concerns regarding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). We have been taking steps for several weeks to reduce the risk of infection, and there is evidence in Illinois and DuPage County now of continuing community…

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Recognizing National Minority Mental Health Month

Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. Anyone can experience the challenges of mental illness regardless of their background. However, background and identity can make access to mental health treatment much more difficult. Multicultural communities often face unique issues when getting care for mental health. Despite advances in research…

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