Getting older doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have a slew of medical conditions or poor quality of life, but it’s important to know what’s normal for your body as you age and what is not. Getting older involves changes in all realms of life, from the physical to the mental to the social, emotional, sexual, and more.… Continue reading 10 Steps to Healthy, Happy Aging
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16 WAYS TO ADAPT 4TH OF JULY ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS
Make 4th of July activities fun for seniors When older adults are included in group celebrations like 4th of July festivities, they feel more connected with family and friends and more engaged in life. But some traditional activities might not be well-suited for seniors. Fortunately, there are many creative ways to adapt Independence Day activities to meet… Continue reading 16 WAYS TO ADAPT 4TH OF JULY ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS
FAMILY VISIT UPDATE
Dear Terraces families and friends- Both residents and staff are starting to settle into a renewed sense of normalcy. It is so nice to see family members back in the building, which adds to the sense of a return to pre-COVID activity. Now that the CDC has approved vaccinations for children 12-15 years old, I… Continue reading FAMILY VISIT UPDATE
FOLLOW UP TO FAMILY VISITATION GUIDELINES
Dear Terraces families and friends- I’ve already heard from a number of you, saying that this is the news you’ve been waiting for for over a year. And, it certainly is an exciting time for all of us! As a follow up to yesterday’s announcement, I wanted to make sure you’re aware of some of… Continue reading FOLLOW UP TO FAMILY VISITATION GUIDELINES
FAMILY VISITATION UPDATE! AND…..
Dear Terraces families and friends- Coming out of the COVID fog almost feels like coming out of a hibernation over which we had no control. As Spring begins, so too, does a new world. I’m so excited to announce that we are reinstituting family visits inside the building with certain guidelines to ensure your safety and… Continue reading FAMILY VISITATION UPDATE! AND…..
Dining and Activities Updates
Dear Terraces families and friends- I hope you’re all enjoying this beautiful spring and starting to feel a return to some kind of pre-COVID normalcy. Your loved ones are thrilled to be back in the dining room for dinner and it’s so nice for us to see them breaking bread and socializing again. For me personally,… Continue reading Dining and Activities Updates
EXCITING DINING ROOM AND SALON UPDATES
Dear Terraces families and friends- I have some very exciting news to share! Tomorrow, April 1, we will be opening the dining room again, with specific guidelines in place to ensure your loved ones’ safety: We will start with dinner only. There will be two seatings; 4:00-4:45 and 5:15-6:00. Initially, we are only seating 40… Continue reading EXCITING DINING ROOM AND SALON UPDATES
Dear Terraces families and friends- As you may or may not know, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the State Department of Social Services have eased some of the restrictions concerning visitation. With the new variants and high probability of spread, we as an organization believe that we must remain vigilant in pursuing… Continue reading Visitation Policy
RESIDENT AND FAMILY REFERRAL PROGRAM
Dear Terraces families and friends- I just wanted to remind you about our Resident and Family Referral Program, details of which you’ll find below. As I hope you’ll all agree, the Terraces family is a very special community made up of residents, staff and all of you. Oftentimes, communities can become even more of a “village”… Continue reading RESIDENT AND FAMILY REFERRAL PROGRAM
14 Lessons for the Next Pandemic By The New York Times
Prepare for What We Can’t Imagine We must overcome our collective failure of imagination. Covid-19 took us by surprise. We spent decades planning for a pandemic that would resemble the viruses we already knew. We didn’t plan for face masks, mass testing, stay-home orders, politicized decision making or devastating racial disparities. Looking forward, we need… Continue reading 14 Lessons for the Next Pandemic By The New York Times
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