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Living With Purpose

Resident Stories

Cecilia was 14 when she first entered a tractor cab alone. She never looked back... 

When someone moves into our campus, they don’t leave behind their passions, their hobbies, or their insights...

Trilogy celebrates National Zoo Lovers Day by granting a special wish for one of our residents…

Both in their nineties, Ellie and Bill caught the ziplining bug when they watched their grandkids go whizzing through the air...

Helen had always dreamt of seeing the Harlem Globetrotters in action...

We have some wonderful couples at our campuses, and we couldn’t resist the chance to ask them for relationship advice...

We asked our residents for their 2016 resolutions...

A very special Christmas dream came true for resident John K. when a Trilogy campus became involved... 

 Here's what our residents had to say!

Arlington Place believes that all of our veterans deserve to be respected and honored by their communities. This is why staff...

Lillian has taken many memorable trips to Pigeon Forge with her family over the years. This year, though...

Eloise, a resident at Oakwood Health Campus, started modeling at the age of 60. She attended Beau Madame Modeling School and...

After a long time away, World War II veteran and resident of Wellbrooke of Wabash Robert P. found himself among the clouds,...

When Life Enrichment Assistant Jessica T. met resident Margaret “Frances” S., they became fast friends. Over the time...

Clarence K., devoted patriot and veteran, joined The American Legion in 1945 after serving his country during WWII, and has...

The best teachers in the world are those that inspire us. Ethel M. was one of those teachers. Years ago, she touched the life...