Arden Courts of Delray Beach

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Arden Courts of Delray Beach
Arden Courts of Delray Beach is listed in the Alzheimers Education Referral & Support Service category in Delray Beach, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Arden Courts of Delray Beach which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arden Courts of Delray Beach on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 91.

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16150 Jog Rd
Delray Beach, FL 33446
(561) 498-5552
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Learn how Daily Life progr at Arden Courts enriches the lives of those living w/ #Alzheimer’s or related #dementias ow.ly/2gxY30b8p0P

Learn how the Daily Life programing at Arden Courts Memory Care Community serves as a better foundation for enriching the lives of those living with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia:
Programming concentrates on meeting residents' unique needs, promoting their independence and individuality, and enhancing their health and spiritual well-being. It varies to fulfill a variety of purposes and is appropriately timed so that residents can lead as close to normal a life as possible. Al...


Learn how individual pursuits available at Arden Courts helped Mark come out of his shell & make friends ow.ly/Iv5G30aYUtG

Learn how individual pursuits available at Arden Courts helped Mark come out of his shell and make friends:
Learn how Arden Courts designs activities for residents who may choose not to attend or are cognitively unable to participate in structured group...

Arden Courts of Old Orchard (PA) held the "Biggest Loser" competition starting January 9 - March 28, 2017. 55% of the employees participated and paid $10 each toward the winning pot, which was awarded to the 1st and 2nd place biggest losers. Once committed to this three month health and fitness program, employees were randomly selected to be on two teams. "Teams are crucial to personal fitness and will help to encourage healthier lifestyle and choices" Tina Forsyth, Executive Director, explains. "We wanted to have a healthy competition, but be able to push each other towards our own personal goals." Weekly, total pounds from each team and the top person who lost the most weight were posted in the break room for bragging rights. The last week of March, Arden Courts of Old Orchard wrapped up the biggest loser program. Julian Gordon-Eady, Resident Caregiver, came in 3rd place with 14 lbs. lost, Kristin Hartman, Program Service Coordinator, came in 2nd losing a total of 18 lbs. and Rebecca Stone, Food Service Coordinator, was awarded 1st place losing 20 lbs! In total, the Old Orchard team lost 125 lbs. Their goal was to get as many to join in the movement to get healthier in 2017 and we believe they all succeeded!

Learn five ways support groups can help loved ones of those living with Alzheimer’s or related dementias cope with the diagnosis.
Support groups are made up of people who are experiencing the same difficult situation. By sharing information and problems, they help themselves...


Learn how support groups can help loved ones of those living w/ Alzheimer’s or related dementias cope w/ a diagnosi ow.ly/gFze30aUw7E

Our wide array of programming at Arden Courts makes a positive difference in the lives of our residents. Recently at Arden Courts of Kensington (MD), residents participated in one-on-one persona therapy where they enjoy soothing flute music along with a massage. Residents who have participated in this programming have experienced reduced anxiety, a greater sense feeling of well-being, and increased relaxation.


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Learn why it's important to stay connected w/ a loved one living w/ #Alzheimer’s or a related #dementia ow.ly/32rr30aNrCL