After the age of 50, the average person will lose 3-5% of their muscle mass each year unless they pursue a regular exercise program. This loss of muscle mass will result in weakness, decreased endurance, impaired walking and increased difficulties in doing normal activities of daily living. It can also contribute to a decreaseRead more
Millie our 105 year old resident and Wii bowling champ was featured on Sports Wrap with Fred Inglis this weekend. She beat Fred easily, but it looks like everyone had a good time!Read more
Alameda Elder Communities is proud to announce that we have WON Best Assisted Living 2009 in KRON4’s annual Best of the Bay competition! Thank you to all the Residents and Staff who make this place great and to everyone who voted. Don’t forget to vote again for 2010!
Watch our winning video here.
Brian Fong, who plays at the Lodge weekly was honored last night by CBS 5 for using his musical talent philanthropically. The clip shows him playing in our living room and features a number of our residents.
Watch Brian and our residents here.
Long-Term Living Magazine just voted Elders Inn on Webster as the Best New Construction Design!
Read the article here.
- A-Jay B Brings 3 years of Awesome Service as Dishwasher at the Lodge
- Employee Appreciation days at The Elders Inn
- Lisa H. is heralded as our Heroic Administrative Clerk After Her Second Year
- Victoria F. is Venerated After 12 years as PCA at The Inn
- Steve P. Signals a Favorable Fourth Year as Associate Administrator
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