What We Offer
Group activities for senior communities
1-on-1 activities for seniors living at home or in a community setting
Family member and caregiver resources
Why Choose SeniorSensory ?
SeniorSensory designs and facilitates purposeful activities that are stimulating and engaging. Our extensive experience working with varying levels of cognitive ability enables us to adapt any activity to meet your needs. We emphasize six domains of mental fitness and well-being when designing all of our activities.
Domains of Mental Fitness & Well-Being
Learning Something New & Expanding Knowledge
Long Term Memory
Step-by-Step Sequencing & Fine Motor Skills
& Arithmetic Skills
Emotional & Social
for Senior Living Communities
Revamp your events calendar to include
professionally designed group activities that will keep participants engaged and stimulated.
for Family Members and Caregivers
Alzheimer's vs Dementia? IADL vs ADL? CCRC vs LTC? What does it all mean? Learn how to navigate the complex world of senior care.
Currently servicing the following communities:
12490 W. Fielding Circle
Playa Vista, CA 90094
1025 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
515 N. La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
330 N. Hayworth Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
3995 Overland Ave.
Culver City, CA 90232
3340 Shelby Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
2051 N. Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90068
1450 17th St.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
26705 Malibu Hills Road
Calabasas, CA 91301
[Stephanie] respected, encouraged and openly welcomed the opinions, ideas, and responses of all who attended her groups. Each activity was well thought out and provided creative, intellectual and/or just plain fun experiences for the attendees...
-Diane Spiwak, Daughter of Assisted Living Resident
Stephanie truly elevated our programs and the overall quality of life for every resident she served...
-Gary Dalton Jr., former Memory Programs Coordinator at Assisted Living Community
My mother has dementia so it was extremely helpful knowing how this disease progresses and knowing how to deal with the effects and behaviors she'll be going through...
-Carlos Flores, "Dementia 101" Attendee