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John Klee celebrates 100 years of life and history

John Klee, Jr., was born to parents John and Sophia Klee (and older sister Anna) around 9 p.m. on March 18, 1919, at his parents’ home in Hammond, Ind. When Sophia began to go into labor, John, Sr., rode his motorcycle to the hospital to secure the services of a midwife, but by the time the midwife arrived, so had John, Jr. …

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The Veterans Benefit You Might Be Missing Out On

If you’re a veteran or a surviving spouse, you might be missing out on tens of thousands of dollars in benefit payments to help you pay for assisted living, home care, or skilled nursing! It’s called the Veterans Aid and Attendance (A&A) benefit, and it’s possibly the VA’s best kept secret. Read more!…

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Seeing Through Their Eyes: Annual Dementia Education Supports Empathetic Memory Care

At Providence Life Services, we believe there is a better way through the journey of dementia. That’s why each year, every caregiver who works in one of our Memory Care communities – including nurses, CNAs, therapists, and Life Enrichment staff – attends 12 hours of extra training focused on providing quality, compassionate memory care.…


Park Place of Elmhurst

Park Place of Elmhurst Resident and WWII Veteran Celebrates 100th Birthday

Friends, family and community members recently came together to celebrate the 100th birthday of World War II veteran and Park Place of Elmhurst resident, Sergeant Fae Gedz.…