Bridgeway Senior Living News

Happy Housekeeping and Laundry Team Week 2022

We had “pizza” day for our team today to celebration national Housekeeping and Laundry Day. We cannot do what we do to take care of our residents without these unsung heroes. Thank you to each and every one of you!

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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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It Is Time To Come And See Us! Guidelines for Outdoor Visitation

Our facility is ready and anxious to coordinate outside visits with residents and family members. Please review the guidelines in the attached document, including when appointments can be scheduled and how to request your appointment. Read/Download the Outdoor Visitation Guidelines   Print COVID-19 Liability Waiver HERE!

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Outdoor Visitation Coming Soon (but not quite yet)

Our campus is excited to report that Governor Pritzker is allowing outdoor visitation as part of the re-opening process. Our regulatory agencies are putting together the policy and procedure that we are required to follow. We understand that all facilities will have to follow the strict guidelines given to us in order to minimize the…

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Thanking Our Essential Workers

Our wonderful Bridgeway employees continue to provide the best possible care for our residents. Every day they take every precaution to ensure that everyone in our facility is healthy and safe during this uncertain time. They continue to demonstrate positivity and hope to our residents, and prove that they are real heroes. We would like…

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Looking to the Future: A Guide for Caregivers

Special thanks to our friend Sharon Wagner of SeniorFriendly for contributing this exclusive article for our Bridgeway readers! When you’re taking care of a loved one, every moment matters. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you have a plan for the future. Often, in-home caregiving situations have an expiration date. Needs grow too…

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Skilled Nursing Facilities Ban Family Visits To Protect Elderly Residents

Skilled nursing facilities (SNF) are banning family members from visiting their elderly as a protection against spreading the coronavirus virus. Seniors are the most susceptible population to this virus due to their weak immune immune systems. Moreover, many seniors already suffer from one or more underlying diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and heart issues.  …

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