Supporting Our Seniors

For our senior properties, we encourage an active resident lifestyle and provide opportunities to interact through classes, clinics, and social events tailored to the specific interests of each community.

These activities build community and keep seniors engaged which has a positive effect on their health and well-being. Our programs help seniors to live independently.

Examples of Senior Activities

Embrace activities for seniors include health and wellness activities like:

Health/Wellness

  • Yoga (and “Chair Yoga”)
  • Zumba ( and “Chair Yoga”)
  • Light cardio activities

Social Activities

  • Bingo (and “ZOOM Bingo”)
  • Coffee mixer
  • Cooking classes
  • Group walks around the neighborhood

We also provide workshops and speakers to address the overall holistic wellness of our residents. These may include:

  • Healthy eating for specific medical conditions
  • Coping with loneliness
  • Aging gracefully
  • Flu shot clinics
  • Mindfulness activities
  • Smoking cessation clinic

Technology Class

One popular example is our technology class, which helps residents communicate more effectively with family and friends, handle critical issues online such as Medicare and Social Security, and feel more connected to the world. This class has been helpful during the pandemic by helping our senior residents stay in touch with their family through their devices.

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Helping Seniors Thrive

At Northgate Terrace in Oakland, senior activities includes a lunch and exercise program, bingo nights and twice-monthly activity excursions around the city.

Improving Our Residents’ Lives

From childhood through retirement age,  our caring teams are dedicated to positively impacting the lives of our residents.

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