Activities for Senior Communities

Including, but not limited to:
  • ​Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)

  • Senior Centers

  • Adult Day Centers

  • Independent Living Communities

  • Assisted Living Communities

  • Memory Care Units

Critical Thinking
& Reasoning
Learning Something New & Expanding Knowledge
Step-by-Step Sequencing & Fine Motor Skills
Long Term Memory
Recall
Logical Thinking
& Arithmetic Skills
Emotional & Social
Well-Being

Choose From Our List of Activities:

 

Musical Memories

This program uses music as therapy, incorporating group singing and music related brain games to stimulate the mind! 

Science & Tech in the News

Stay up-to-date on the latest research and developments in science and technology around the world. Previous discussion topics have included: mind-controlled bionic limbs, self driven cars, 3D printing, and Bitcoins. No expertise required, only the thirst for knowledge! 

TED Talks

In this popular series, we introduce seniors to the global community of TED. Each session begins with a viewing of a handpicked TED Talk video, followed by a group discussion on the ideas expressed by the TED presenter. Talks include: "Do schools kill creativity?," "The power of vulnerability," and much more. 

*TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues. Learn more >> 

Tech Help

In this rapidly evolving digital world, seniors are increasingly adopting the use of computer technology. However, due to physical challenges, skeptical attitudes or difficulty of use, many do not feel comfortable learning the technology on their own. Let us guide and assist your residents with their technological needs. 

Poetry Corner

In this series, we explore poems from centuries ago to the present day, from international authors to young students who've only begun to find their voices. Poems are read out loud, participants communicate their reactions and feelings, and the facilitator guides participants through each line of the poem so that they may come to his or her own understanding of the words put forth. 

Mind Crunch

Participants experience the ultimate "Mind Crunch" with these challenging and stimulating brain games. No skill is left untouched. Word recall, memory, visuospatial, math, or writing skills, anything goes! 

Trivia Mania

Trivia is a fun and easy activity to exercise the brain. With a single question, a handful of brain faculties are stretched and exercised, including:

    -Information Processing & Recall

    -Creative Thinking

    -Response Rate/Thinking Under Pressure 

    -Learning Something New/Expanding Knowledge 

Creative Zone

Let us take the stress out of organizing and facilitating your arts and crafts program. Our projects are designed to be creative and useful. We provide all supplies needed for every session. Participants can keep all projects made or use them as the perfect gifts for family and friends. 

Monthly Book Club

Not only is reading good for the soul, it also boosts brain connectivity. We take that a step further by leading a group discussion, which exercises the domain of critical thinking. Critical thinking forces the reader to organize facts, understand ideas and defend their viewpoints. Additionally, a book club is the perfect socially engaging activity, encouraging participants to share their progress and thoughts on the readings with fellow book club members. 

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Stephanie Moran Reed, Certified Activity Director

Phone: 424-269-4433

Fax: 310-356-3539

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