Lexington Square Senior Living Communities Launch Lex and Learn Series

Lexington Square Senior Living Communities Launch Lex and Learn Series Home sales are happening at a frantic pace, and if you are in the game, it probably feels like the child’s game of musical chairs.  We hear and see stories of homes sold for well over their asking price throughout the country, and bidding wars […]

Advance Planning for Care – and Peace of Mind

You’re about to take the trip of a lifetime, and you’ve got an extensive list of sights to see and experiences to pursue while you’re there. You’ve purchased your tickets, packed comfortable clothes and shoes, and sent a copy of your itinerary to loved ones. You know that thoughtful planning is key to enjoying what […]

Cultivate Joy in the garden

In the beloved classic children’s novel “The Secret Garden,” a recently orphaned young girl and her cousin – who was thought to be unable to walk – heal emotionally and physically as they work together to cultivate a previously locked and neglected garden on the old English estate they call home. While the 110-year-old story […]

Glorious Food: Senior Living Community Stirring Things Up

As the story appears in Chicago Tribune Prime Time, May 16, 2021. Glorious Food: Senior Living Community Stirring Things Up Televised cooking shows offer the perfect blend of ingredients to capture our attention, our hearts, and ultimately our stomachs. So their immense popularity is not a surprise. Options for viewing programming are increasing exponentially via […]

Lexington Square Commits to Stopping Hunger

On Friday, May 7, the Senior Vice President of Lexington Squares in Lombard and Elmhurst, Dan Harrington, proudly presented a check for $1,300 to demonstrate the senior living communities’ commitment to the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Jeannine Kannegiesser, director of corporate giving, gratefully accepted the donation.  “Lexington Square Senior Living Communities selected the Northern Illinois […]

The Real Estate Market is Hot!

Feeling hot, hot, hot: it’s a catchy dance tune often played at weddings as friends and relatives shimmy across the floor in a lively conga line, but it’s also an incredibly apt descriptor for the current housing market.  Extremely low interest rates, coupled with a historically low supply. has led to steep increases in demand […]

Celebrating our Glorious Earth

Not only does the advent of springtime in Chicago – with its beautiful bird songs, sprouting daffodils and tulips, budding trees and warm breezes – signify that winter is behind us, it also offers the perfect opportunity to contemplate all of the gifts that the Earth provides, and to take action on Earth Day to […]

Gail Barthel

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During what has been a difficult and frightening time, she has felt safe and cared for. Gail Barthel of Lexington Square in Lombard said that she has been grateful to be living in the senior living community for “every single second” over the past two and a half years. This has especially been the case […]