The ‘why’ behind life enrichment

The Alzheimer’s Association states that social activity supports brain health and reduces rates of disability (more information here). It is a medicine, of sorts! Therefore, as one ages, there are many benefits of remaining social. Here at Spring Ridge, we couldn’t agree more. Our activity director, Patty Castillo, our activity assistants, and our amazing team of care staff all support our residents’ social lives. Each day, we make time to connect and play.  

As soon as a new resident moves into Spring Ridge, our activities director meets with them one-on-one to get to know them and their interests. She also gets to know each resident’s history to help match activity options to their liking. We encourage group participation in upcoming events that they would likely enjoy. Most importantly, we welcome family and friends to join us at Spring Ridge in any of our activity options or events. Do let us know in advance, and we will plan for your visit!

Activities for all

Spring Ridge offers many different social and leisure activities through the life engagement program. Our efforts are geared toward helping our residents remain active, social, and involved in their community. What’s more, we strive to have options that meet a variety of needs and enrich the whole person. Whether you or your loved one enjoy bingo, cards, outings, entertainment, exercise, bible study or even special group cooking activities – we mix things up to increase happiness and engagement.

Take a look at this month’s activity calendar


Here’s another sneak peek at some of the things happening at Spring Ridge – check out our Facebook page or read our June newsletter for recent happenings!