Evolving research shows that physical, intellectual, social, vocational, emotional and spiritual activity––wellness––is the key to aging people keeping their health, their mental skills and their quality of life. Wellness is the global term covering all the activities and many of the physical amenities that are offered in a community. The fitness center and shuffleboard courts, arts and music groups, therapy services and dining, walking trails and recycling program—all are key to the quality of life for residents. A higher quality of life keeps older adults engaged in the community. Engaged residents stay longer and try to get their friends to join them.
Because we work so closely to our communities, we pride ourselves in creating a sense of family. Through client appreciation nights, Training with a Twist mixers, games night etc. we make sure our onsite staff and our community members create an unbreakable bond.