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Park Place of St. John

“There was so much compassion.” - Carol Hiskes' Park Place Health & Wellness Testimonial

Lorraine’s health needs had increased from assisted living to skilled nursing care, but the pandemic prevented Carol from touring communities to see their care firsthand. So she brought her mother to Park Place, the only place she could trust, part of an organization associated with senior living with over a century. Lorraine enjoyed the personalized care you can only get in a Small House setting. “There was so much compassion,” Carol says.…

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Providence Life Services

“I’m Proud of the Staff”

Brian Maltase took care of his mother for four and a half years until she passed away. He says his mother’s memory is what gives him the drive to make sure the residents at Village Woods, where he has served as Director of Environmental Services since 2015, have what they need.…

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Newsletters

Providence Life Services Magazine: Issue 2 of 2021

Enjoy our most recent newsletter, with stories showing how the Providence mission comes through stronger than ever in the way we serve. Click on the thumbnail below to view the newsletter.…

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Victorian Village

‘I Am Blessed’: Faithful Providence Supporter Moves to Victorian Village at Age 102

For over half a century, Clara Togtman of Orland Park has been a loyal Providence supporter. She has sewn items for residents, volunteered time with churches who visited communities, and generously remembered Providence with financial gifts ever since the first Providence community was built. So when, at age 102, Clara Togtman decided it might be time for her to move to an Independent Living community, the logical choice was Victorian Village—even during 2020, when the coronavirus was at its most active. Was she nervous to move during a global pandemic? …