Chicago Methodist Senior Services Selected as a Winner of the 2022 Honoring Excellence Award Program
Chicago Methodist Senior Service had the honor of being one of two recipients of the ‘2022 Honoring Excellence Community Impact Award’ by the Leading Age Illinois association. This award aims […]
Serving Adults. Supporting Independence. (SASI) has long been a staple of Chicago’s North Shore communities. CMSS Senior Connections volunteer program “brings the world in” for many older adults who are […]
In the digital world of tweets, likes, shares and follows, many people underestimate the power of a handwritten letter. Many in younger generations have not experienced the thrill of receiving […]
On Friday, June 16, we had the pleasure of hosting more than 70 volunteers from Golin, a global communications firm. The volunteers joined us as part of “Al’s Day,” Golin’s […]
CMSS was recently featured on WCIU’S You & Me This Morning. The segment showcased one of our pet visits with some awesome volunteers. Check out the clip here:
At Chicagoland Methodist Senior Services (CMSS), we’re always looking for new ways to bring joy to our residents and celebrate our volunteers, and recently, we’ve had two notable occasions to do both at Wesley Place.
On February 17, 2016, Random Acts of Flowers, a nonprofit organization which delivers bouquets to individuals in healthcare facilities throughout Chicago, stopped by Wesley Place to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day. […]
Chicagoland Methodist Senior Services (CMSS) is proud to have student volunteers who are themselves preparing for careers caring for older adults.
Last week, Wesley Place hosted a visit and tour for Illinois State Representative Greg Harris. In addition to viewing the progress of the multi-million dollar enhancements underway at Wesley Place, […]
Wesley Place is proud to be one of only a handful of nonprofit organizations dedicated to providing quality nursing and rehabilitation in the City of Chicago. As a nonprofit, Wesley […]
While many older adults appreciate the chance to explore new hobbies and spend more time with their families, leaving the workforce presents unique challenges.
Surely, we can find a few small things – random acts of kindness – to brighten the mood of others and spread good will. In attempting to create my list and plan, I came across an entire website and an organization called The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, which is dedicated to inspiring people to practice kindness and pass it on to others.
We all have mixed feelings when we think about retirement. While the stress relief is certainly welcome, many retirees can find themselves bored without their normal routines filling their daily […]
As an organization, Covenant Methodist Senior Services has always held volunteerism in very high regard. We clearly understand the value that volunteering creates for its community, but we also strongly […]