Staying active in mind, spirit and body.
We all want to live our lives our way, making our own choices, doing what we like, knowing what fulfills and sustains us.
Our model of care emphasizes wellness and the importance of living a vibrant life. We believe that you can stay independent with the help of supportive care and technologies, despite the physical and cognitive limitations that can accompany aging.
When talking about healthy aging, we need to stress the fact that social connection is key for well-being. Social isolation and loneliness go hand in hand with poor health outcomes. Numerous side effects have been connected to social isolation in the elderly, including dementia, loneliness, and severe depression.
What's good for the heart is good for the brain. It's possible to maintain brain health as we age by making smart lifestyle choices such as exercising regularly, eating antioxidant-rich foods, learning new things, reducing stress and staying socially connected. Exercising our brains as we move through mid-life and beyond is just as important as exercising our bodies. Stimulating the brain may slow down age-related cognitive decline and memory loss.