Learning new activities, building new skills, and participating in activities that require focused attention help keep mental acuity sharp and well-functioning.
Movement & Mobility
Studies have shown that physical activity in seniors slows the cognitive decline caused by dementia and keeps the body healthy. Because physical activity is paramount to senior health and well-being, we are proud to offer a variety of activities that can be adapted to any fitness level. These include Strength and Balance, Stretching and Flexibility, Stay on Your Feet Balance Class, and Cardio Drumming.
Fun & Games
Who doesn’t love a classic card game, board game, trivia, puzzles, or matching games? We’ve got something for everyone, adaptable to every skill level.
Creativity knows no age limit! The goal of these fun activities (such as arts and crafts or writing) is to stimulate creative thought by utilizing new ways of thinking and exploring a variety of classic art materials as well as some non-traditional materials. The focus is on the process of learning and exploring.
For some, it’s about maintaining the comfort and meaning of spiritual beliefs and traditions. For others, it’s about meditation, mindfulness and movement that contribute to overall well-being. We offer Mindful Breathing, Meditation, Music, Pet and Nature Therapy, and Life Story Exercises.
Exercise isn’t just from the neck down—it’s just as important to keep the mind in shape for cognitive health and rich, enjoyable days filled with thoughtful engagement. We adapt learning and creative programs to connect with our residents’ abilities and strengths, including Daily Chronicles, Brain and Memory Games, Name That Tune, Current Events and more, to help keep the brain happily engaged.