News, Events & Resources

Latest Updates of Covid 19

May 8, 2020

Dear Family Members, As you are aware, our facility has been transparent during the entirety of this pandemic situation and we will continue to do so. The Abington of Glenview has been notified that an employee, who has not been in our facility since April 11th, has tested positive for Covid-19 on April 22nd. To be clear, this employee has not been in at the Abington since April 11th, and did not provide any direct care to any of the patients. As a precaution, we have tested a plethora of our residents and are happy to announce that 24 out of 24 tests came back in the past two days and 24 tests are negative. We are continuing to monitor all residents and all employees, as we have been and are taking extra precautions regarding personal protective equipment to stop this in its tracks as best we can. Luckily, we have been very strict in our protocols since the beginning and that is how we have held back having any positive cases in our facility. Obviously, we are taking this very seriously and want to reassure you that our continued diligence will not waver. We thank you for your continued support and trust during these trying times.
The Abington of Glenview Administration

Latest Updates of Covid 19

April 28th, 2020

We cannot thank you enough for the continued support through these times. Our facility knows that everyone is concerned about the Covid-19 Virus, and we are doing everything in our power to ensure our residents are cared for in a safe and healthy...

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Alzheimer’s support Group

2nd Tuesday of every Month 4:30-5:30pm
This support group is open to families, friends and the community. Please join us in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association.

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) Support Group

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a degenerative brain disorder that has no known cause, treatment or cure. It progressively impairs balance, movement, vision, speech and swallowing while the mind remains relatively clear. In March of 2002, actor and musician Dudley Moore died from PSP. the Society for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy is dedicated to finding the cause and cure for PSP and providing support and information to families.

The Abington hosts a PSP Support Group on the first Saturday of every month at 1:30 p.m. The support group is free and open to the public. Please contact Joanna Andra, Marketing/PSP Coordinator at the Abington (847)951-9616 or jandra@theabington.com for more details or check out www.psp.org for more information.