Staying active isn’t just important for physical health, but for overall wellbeing. Depression can strike at any age, but for seniors, it is a common and potentially serious problem. It is believed that one in four senior adults battle feelings of depression. Elderly Depression is often undiagnosed because it is considered a normal part of aging, but staying active both physically and socially can help ensure that feelings of loneliness and isolation do not occur.
Our full calendar of activities ensure that there’s something for everyone’s taste! Each wing has its own personalized calendar that meets the needs and wants of that population. We ask our residents what they enjoy upon admission and monthly we have a Resident Council meeting to discuss their wants. We then incorporate those preferences into the activity calendar.
We welcome family members at any time, but especially enjoy when they take part in our community activities and social events. On Site activities can range from bingo and cards on our long term care wing to aroma and music therapies on our late stage dementia wing. We also offer community outings and of course always accept suggestions!