In the interests of supporting our mission of helping seniors in our community, our Community Living Specialists (CLS) Jordan and Cheryl visited the San Leandro Senior Resource Fair to represent AEC living and if necessary, assist in pointing our East bay Seniors in the proper direction for other resources. Since often times it becomes apparentRead more
Who knew that laughter could make you bust up at the seams? Well, our latest Elders Village talk taught our fellow senior friends at Mastick that a bit of side splitting laughter was a great way to open up your lungs, brighten up the color in your cheeks and waken up your spirit. The onlyRead more
Echoing a long-held sentiment by AEC Living, The Patch says “It’s never too late to start exercising.”
In fact, exercising is one of the things we value the most, and our therapy department is our most proud and outstanding division within AEC Living. Why? because it often turns people around for the better and achieves long-lasting
As part of our ongoing talks at Mastick Senior Center featuring a wide variety of informative lectures, we have included in this month a topic of great importance to many seniors; hearing loss. Not exactly something that comes along with old age, hearing loss isn’t something that should be expected as coming with the territoryRead more
Join fellow Alameda seniors for a fun and free fitness fair,
May 30th from 1 pm – 3 pm.
On this day, we will join an estimated 100,000 older adults across the country participating in local activities to help promote active, healthy lifestyles through physical activity, good nutrition, and preventive care.
Celebrate, learn, have fun,
AES Therapy and Fitness is holding a free Parkinson’s class at The Lodge in honor of thriving with Parkinson’s Day.
A fun class of dance and rhythmic movement for people at all levels. Care partners, friends, and family are invited. The event starts up with specifying the purpose of the class, the class itself and isRead more
A four-week introduction to managing a Parkinson’s diagnosis. Each lecture will elaborate on a symptom of the disease and ways to combat it, including at home exercises.
Wednesdays at Waters Edge Lodge, 801 Island Drive, Alameda, CA 94502
RSVP & Info: 510.748.0158
1 Stand Tall: Overview of anticipated postural and balance changes. Stretch together and try
To celebrate the awesome career of Carole King and her birthday, the Elders Inn decided to have a sing a-long of some of her greatest hits. We regularly host special themed birth dates such as..Read more
January is National Glaucoma Month and eye drops are an important treatment for this, and many other, age related eye diseases. Here are some caregiver tips to help with giving eye drops.Read more
Glaucoma, the leading cause of blindness in the U.S., is one of four major ARED’s, age-related eye diseases. It is a disorder that damages the optic nerve, the transmission line of 1 million+ nerve fibers that sends pictures from the eye to the brain. In many victims, this illness progresses silently, leading to the alias of “thief in the night.”Read more
- Caregiver Tip: Communicate To Ease Anxiety & Stress
- Ovations for Saul O. Who Surpasses 3 Years Over at the Lodge As Receptionist
- Nicole T Takes on her First Year as Lodge Wait Staff.
- Trinh M. Makes Her Way Towards 19 Years of Excellence at Balancing the Books as Senior Accounting Clerk
- FAQ Friday: How can I help my parent with dementia?
- Elders Inn 1721 Webster St Alameda, CA 94501 (510) 521-9200
- Waters Edge Lodge 801 Island Drive Alameda, CA 94502 (510) 748-4300
- Phoenix Commons 340 29th Ave Oakland, CA 94601 (510) 217-8527
- AES Therapy & Fitness 1725 Webster StreetAlameda, CA 94501 (510) 748-0158
- AEC Home Care 1516 Oak Street, #100Alameda, CA 94501 (510) 629-4959