Originally Published in Seniors – A publication for Orland Park Seniors There is a sign above the area where Judy and Harold Lewis store their recumbent trikes at Smith Crossing, a senior living community in Orland Park. It is a quote from Bishop Fulton Sheen that says, “Live your life. Forget your age.” The couple certainly …
The Chicago Tribune’s Prime Time section celebrated the 100th birthday of Smith Crossing resident and U.S. Navy Veteran Bernie Nash. Read the article
Smith Crossing’s holiday spirit is featured in the Chicago Tribune’s Prime Time section. Read the article
Source: NWI Times Jeff Vorva Times correspondent Aug 14, 2021 In honor of the Olympics in Japan, the residents of Smith Crossing in Orland Park played volleyball and shuffleboard, tossed a hammer and more for the gold, silver and bronze. The five-day celebration opened June 14 with a parade and the ceremonial handing of the …
Originally published by Patch. Smith Crossing residents in Orland Park are having an Olympics competition to celebrate the games starting this July. See Wednesday’s photos. Read the rest of the article here.
There is light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel. Over 90% of residents and associates at Smith Crossing received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine. When the vaccine was announced in late 2020, residents and employees of retirement homes and long-term care facilities were designated at the top of the list to receive the …
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Originally published by The Orland Park Prairie. Southwest suburban families and caregivers of older adults living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia are invited to a free support group at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, at Smith Crossing in Orland Park. Read the rest of the article here.
Originally published by Patch. The Orland Park nursing care facility is one of just a few dozen statewide to get the top ranking. Read the rest of the article here.
Originally published by Leading Age. Smith Senior Living, Chicago, IL, has made it a priority to build strong relationships with state representatives. Read the rest of the article here.