We’re constantly after the idea of staying active, so much that it is something of an unwritten motto for AEC Living in general. A little bit of everything we do is trying to keep our seniors active and engaged. And as they say, if you don’t use it, you lose it. Being physicallyRead more
Seniors can practice good mental health habits. Here are some simple guidelines that can even be adapted to the abilities of the frail and the cognitively impaired.
± Make decisions. The process of working through information and situations, then reaching a conclusion, sharpens the mind and adds to one’s independence.
± Get going. Movement and exercise help
Face masks are the new normal. A simple way to reduce the risk of contaminating your mask is to wash or sanitize your hands before you pick up a mask to put it on.
When taking it off, you want to reduce the risk ofRead more
About this time of year, we help out underprivileged youth in our community by participating in “Equipped 4 Success.” Hopefully, our crack team of senior volunteers can put our disadvantaged young people in the East Bay Community on the right foot towards success, and even a few steps ahead with these nice backpacks and schoolsRead more
As originally featured in the Patch by Carolyn Avery
Please join the 26th annual Senior Health & Fitness Day for seniors and their families on Wednesday, May 29th from 1pm to 3 pm at Mastick Senior Center at 1155 Santa Clara Ave. in Alameda. RSVP here.
This event is part of a nationwide celebration of senior fitness.
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
Lauren has been instilled with the concept of safety and preparedness from an early age, from the nearly biweekly surprise emergency fire drills at the Nursing Home to holding many in-services on best practices on just what our staff should be doing in case of an emergency, it seems our staff is really well preparedRead more
For further information, RSVP to 510-748-0158Read more
Alameda Elders Communities AEC Living and AES Therapy visited the Mastick Senior Cnter on National Senior Health and Fitness Day, May 30th. The event was free to seniors and offered mini senior fitness tests with a certified personal trainer and free blood-pressure and glucose checks from Alameda Hospital. Read more in the Alameda Sun.
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
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- Community Update 09.27.2021
- Victoria F. is Venerated After 14 years as PCA at The Inn
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- 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 2425 Webb AveAlameda, CA 94501 (510) 629-4959