Pinnacle Quality Insights is a company that have been senior healthcare advocates for the past 26 years. They conduct thousands of surveys across the country and award only those who have passed a vigorous non biased review process and score in the 85th percentile or higher. Receiving a Customer Experience Award is no small feat. Out… Read more»
Overall physical activity helps people of all ages, but as we age, certain activities may become harder to do. This causes a big percentage of those over 65 to live sedentary lifestyles. In reality, just 20 minutes of brisk activity can help: decrease the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes AND some forms… Read more»
Generations at Regency is proud to receive a 4-Star rating for Overall performance by the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services. CMS uses 3 important sources to give an Overall Star Rating. These 3 are Health Inspections, Staffing and Quality Measures. With all 3 sources averaging a 4 star rating, Generations at Regency has proven… Read more»
Yesterday, our Generations at Oakton community hosted a Veterans Day event to honor the community’s resident veterans. A special thank you to the Des Plaines Police Department and Moments Hospice for furnishing our veterans with support and a full ice cream bar, respectively! To veterans everywhere: thank you for your service 🇺🇸
Generations at Neighbors has had some exciting days on-site with our first group of CNA students through the Illinois Institute of Nursing Studies, Inc. The staff has been very supportive and encouraging to all of our students. Our therapy team with HealthCare Pro also worked with the students regarding transfer training. We’re thrilled to see our… Read more»
Recently, Generations at Oakton Arms residents Pauline Gabbert, Laurie Gorny, and Jackie Brewer took a moment to share their favorite aspects of the facility. Pauline, 97, has been an Oakton Arms resident for 3 years. Her favorite aspect of life at the facility is the full curriculum activities, which allow for constant social opportunities and… Read more»
Generations at Neighbors was glad to drop by Illinois Institute of Nursing Studies, Inc. for an official ribbon-cutting ceremony! The Rockford-based institution, spearheaded by Linda Lowry, will be a destination for some of our very own nurses in the advancement of their careers. Rockford Mayor Tom McNamara, also present at the ceremony, shared a few… Read more»
Today, Generations at Elmwood Park did their own take on Oktoberfest with homemade bratwurst, sauerkraut, potato salad, and non-alcoholic beer. The tables of the back patio area were set with fresh bouquets from the garden. Many more events are scheduled for the fall!
Recently, Generations at Rock Island held a raffle and bake sale as two separate fundraisers for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk on Oct 2nd.
These originally-designed Generations stars, currently sited at two separate locations in downtown Park Ridge, are part of a temporary public art exhibition held by the Park Ridge Chamber of Commerce. If you find yourself in the area, find a star, take a picture and tag us on social media to be featured on the Generations… Read more»