Happy Father's Day

Happy Father's Day

Happy Father's Day

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The sun emits harmful UV rays year-round and it is important to make protecting your skin part of your routine before heading outdoors. According to the National Cancer Institute, the deadliest form of skin cancer, Melanoma, is on the rise among boomers affecting men in particular and occurrences of skin cancer increased almost eight times between 1970 and 2009 among adults ages 40 to 60. If these stats aren’t enough to convince you to slather on the sunscreen we hope these common myths will do the trick: Health Corner Motherhood has been celebrated since ancient times when ancient Greeks paid homage to the Mother of Gods. The more modern way of honoring mothers began in England in the 1600’s when Mothering Sunday was observed on the fourth Sunday of Lent. This day is also known as Refreshment Sunday and is the only day when you are allowed to eat or do whatever you have given up for Lent. Not surprisingly, families came together and took the opportunity to celebrate with a big meal at which the mother of the family was treated as the guest of honor. In the United States, several attempts were made to introduce Mother’s Day as a way to foster peace and heal the scars of the Civil War. Julia Ward, who wrote the words to the Battle Hymn of the Republic, suggested the idea in 1872. Unfortunately, the idea didn’t really take off until Anna Jarvis campaigned for the establishment of a Mother’s Day to commemorate her own mother who died in 1905 and to honor the sacrifices mothers make for their children every day. After gaining financial backing from a Philadelphia department store owner in May 1908, Jarvis organized the first official Mother’s Day celebration. Her version of the day involved wearing a white carnation as a badge and visiting one’s mother or attending church services. She then successfully campaigned for a formal holiday to honor all mothers and by 1911 most states had taken up the idea. This was followed by a declaration in 1914 from President Woodrow Wilson that Mother’s Day should be celebrated as a national holiday on the second Sunday in May. The idea quickly spread to countries across the world. The commercialization of Mother’s Day soon followed, much to the disgust of Anna Jarvis who was arrested at a Mother’s Day festival for trying to stop women from selling flowers and profiting from the special day. Ironically Anna Jarvis campaigned for many years against the commercialization of Mother’s Day, the day she had worked so hard to establish. Celebrating Motherhood I don’t need sunscreen because I’m going for a tanned look and don’t burn easily. UV rays from the sun are responsible for premature aging of the skin, skin darkening, wrinkles, pigmentation and fine lines on your face and don’t just tan the skin. Moreover, prolonged and unprotected exposure to sun rays damage your immune system and can make your skin increasingly susceptible to bruising.

Sunscreens are for summer. UV rays are strongest in the summer. However, that is not reason enough to skip using sunscreen during the rest of the year. UVA and UVB rays of the sun affect your skin all through the year. Applying sunscreen in the morning is adequate for the entire day. Sun rays are the strongest from 10 AM to 4 PM. At this is the time your skin is at the highest risk for sun damage. Relying on the sunscreen that you applied in the morning is not sufficient. This is why you need to re-apply sunscreen every couple of hours throughout the day.

Getting a sufficient amount of quality sleep can be difficult for many, but a few changes can have a significant impact, according to the Mayo Clinic. Much of the requirement for getting a good night's rest revolves around controlling the environment in which a person is sleeping and developing routines that aid a person in transitioning from awake time to sleep time. A big part of training the body to sleep better involves having a consistent sleep schedule. Ideally, a person will go to sleep and wake up within an hour of this set schedule each day while ensuring that there is time for at least seven hours of sleep or more. For those that find it hard to stick to a bedtime, focus on waking up at the desired time even if you stay up late to help reinforce that part of the cycle first and make yourself tired for the next night.

An often overlooked area for good sleep is what happens during the daytime, and one helpful change could be adding extra physical activities into the daily routine. Engaging in games, exercise or even just a good walk helps a person fall asleep faster and deeper at night but shouldn't be done too close to bedtime to avoid being overly energized. Daytime naps, while they can be beneficial, should be limited to 30 minutes and taken earlier in the day to avoid disrupting that set sleep schedule. Similarly, eating big meals or drinking a lot of alcohol right before bed can create disruptions in the sleep cycle.

Finally, the environment itself can be crucial for falling and staying asleep, and this means making the room cool, dark, and quiet. After setting the thermostat to lower itself a couple of degrees shortly before bed, focus on eliminating sources of light and noise in the bedroom. This can include turning off the TV or computer screen, hanging up light-blocking shades, and using earplugs and face masks. Health Corner The campaign to celebrate fathers in the United States did not initially receive the same enthusiasm as Mother’s Day, perhaps because, as one florist explained, “fathers haven’t the same sentimental appeal that mothers have.” And, contrary to popular belief, this special day was not established as a holiday in order to help greeting card manufacturers sell more cards. On July 5, 1908, a West Virginia church sponsored the nation’s first event explicitly in honor of fathers, a Sunday sermon in memory of the 362 men who had died in the previous December’s explosions at the Fairmont Coal Company mines in Monongah, but it was a one-time commemoration and not an annual holiday.

The next year, a Spokane, Washington woman named Sonora Smart Dodd, one of six children raised by widower, William Jackson Smart (pictured), tried to establish an official equivalent to Mother’s Day for male parents after hearing a church sermon honoring Mother’s Day. She went to local churches, the YMCA, shopkeepers and government officials to drum up support for her idea, and she was successful: Washington State celebrated the nation’s first statewide Father’s Day on June 19, 1910.

Slowly, the holiday spread. In 1916, President Wilson honored the day by using telegraph signals to unfurl a flag in Spokane when he pressed a button in Washington, D.C. In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge urged state governments to observe Father’s Day. Today, the day honoring fathers is celebrated in the United States on the third Sunday of June and this year, Father’s Day falls on June 17. In other countries–especially in Europe and Latin America–fathers are honored on St. Joseph’s Day, a traditional Catholic holiday that falls on March 19. The Origins of Father’s Day Millions of people suffer from chronic pain. The most common types of pain are arthritis, lower back, bone/joint pain, muscle pain and fibromyalgia or chronic widespread pain affecting various parts of the body. Treating chronic pain is often difficult, even with surgery. Many non-surgical options are also available to manage pain. The question that most patients ask is ‘does pain management really work’? The answer is that it does provided that specialists administer the treatment.

The evaluation and management of pain is now a highly specialized field. Many factors are responsible for causing pain and therefore a multidisciplinary approach is required to treat it. Such specialized chronic pain management involves an integrated and coordinated intervention from different disciplines with a common goal. Available at multi-specialty healthcare centers, pain management treatment usually includes pain management specialists, physical therapists, neurologists, chiropractors, orthopedic specialists, nurses, and other associate staff.

This approach typically includes a thorough evaluation which involves: reviewing the patient’s medical history and a physical and comprehensive examination; diagnostic testing; formulation of a treatment plan; and a coordinated team treatment. Treatment is often provided on an out-patient basis, with the patient needing to come to the center for a specified number of hours a week. Contact your doctor to explore the range of treatment options available for managing chronic pain and to see if pain management treatment may be right for you.

Health Corner Americans will chow down on 7 billion hot dogs this summer, most never wondering about the origin of the strangely shaped sandwich with the odd name. Nonetheless, in case someone asks, here are some clues from the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. Hot dogs might be an invention of college wags. One of the first confirmed written references comes from a Yale magazine in 1895 in which students are described as "contentedly munching hot dogs." In fact, a hot dog vendor's cart was called The Kennel Club.

Some say the hot dog was popularized by a cartoonist, Tad Dorgan, during the 1930's when he saw his friend Harry Stevens selling the "hot dachshund sausages" during a game at the New York Polo Grounds and shouting, "get your red-hot dachshund sausages!" Dorgan was said to have sketched a cartoon of Stevens pitching a sandwich with a dachshund. It had the caption: Get your hot dogs! But no proof of this cartoon has ever materialized. There is evidence, however, that German immigrants sold 'hot dogs' from carts in the Bowery in the 1860’s. And, after all, the Germans are known for their sausages.

Maybe the better question is how the hot dog bun was developed. One story features a vendor in the 1870's who provided white gloves to customers who bought his sandwiches. When customers did not return the gloves, he reportedly asked his brother-in-law, a baker, for help. The baker improvised long soft rolls that fit the meat - thus inventing the hot dog bun. Not surprisingly, mustard remains Americans’ favorite hot dog topping, but ketchup has shown a steady increase in popularity, according to a survey conducted by Harris Poll. Hot Diggity Dachshund?

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Sunday, July 1, 2018 Thursday, July 5, 2018 8:30 Church Shuttles w /Armando (VO) 9:10 Balance Fitness (PE) 10:30 Sunday Tea Social with Sita (Cafe) 1:30 Sunday Movie Matinee (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Sita (PE) 3:00 Nail Shop with Lorena (LR) 4:00 Beer Tasting and Pretzels (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Morning Stretch (LR) 10:00 Prayer Service (PE) 10:45 Live 2B Healthy (LR) 1:30 Last Letter / First Letter (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:00 Blackjack with Armando (LR) 6:00 Independent Cribbage (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Monday, July 2, 2018 Friday, July 6, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness (PE) 9:30 Shopping Shuttles (VO) 10:30 Wheel of Fortune with Sita (LR) 1:30 Ice cream Sandwich Social with Memory Care (Cafe) 3:00 Bingo with Sita (PE) 4:15 Blackjack with Nancy (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Morning Exercise w/Marlene (PE) 10:00 Carlton Banking Hours (FD) 10:30 Famous Friday (PE) 1:30 Music with Joe (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:15 Carlton Social Hour (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Tuesday, July 3, 2018 Saturday, July 7, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness (PE) 9:30 Tai Chi Exercise (LR) 10:30 Chair Aerobics with Carmen (LR) 12:00 Resident Pizza Party (Cafe) 1:30 Sing Fit with Memory Care (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:15 Evening Social Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 8:30 Dr. Taylor’s Podiatrist Visit (PE) 9:30 Doughnuts and Coffee (Cafe) 10:00 Morning Stretch with Roz (LR) 10:30 Armchair Travel (PE) 1:30 Tony Braganza on Piano (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:00 Hand Massage with Roz (PE) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Wednesday, July 4, 2018 Sunday, July 8, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch(LR) 10:30 Memory Fitness (LR) 10:30 Magic Blankets (PE) 11:30 Independence Day Brunch (DR) 1:45 4th of July Music and Dancing with The Paul Fontes Band (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Armando(PE) 4:00 Cheese Social (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 8:30 Church Shuttles w/Armando (VO) 9:10 Balance Fitness (PE) 10:30 Sunday Tea Social (Cafe) 1:00 Scenic Drive - Lafayette (VO) 1:30 Cookies and Milk Social (Cafe) 3:00 Bingo (PE) 3:00 Nail Shop with Lorena (LR) 4:00 Beer Tasting and Pretzels (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Mahjong 1:30 (GR) Wear Red, White & Blue No Ziv Today

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Monday, July 9, 2018 Friday, July 13, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Shopping Shuttles (VO) 10:30 Wheel of Fortune (LR) 1:00 Monday Matinee Movie (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Carlton Blackjack with Nancy (LR) 6:00 Independent Dominoes (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Morning Exercise w/ Marlene (PE) 10:00 Carlton Banking Hours (FD) 10:30 Famous Friday (PE) 1:30 Ted Talks Discussion Group (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:15 Carlton Happy Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Tuesday,July 10, 2018 Saturday, July 14, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Tai Chi Exercise (LR) 10:30 Chair Aerobics with Carmen (LR) 10:30 Flower Arranging (Cafe) 1:30 Sing Fit with Memory Care (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:15 Evening Social Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Doughnuts and Coffee (Cafe) 10:00 Gentle Exercise with Ziv (PE) 11:00 Documentary Hour (PE) 1:30 Afternoon Entertainment with Yakov on the Violin (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:00 Hand Massage with Roz (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Wednesday, July 11, 2018 Sunday, July 15, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch with Lorina (LR) 10:30 Memory Fitness with Lorina (LR) 10:30 Magic Blanket Project (PE) 11:15 Lunch Outing: Pearl Bay Tea House 11:30 Garden Club with Gary (CY) 1:30 Word Play with Roz (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Cheese Social (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:00 Church Shuttles (VO) 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 10:30 Sunday Tea Social w/ Lorina (Cafe) 1:00 Scenic Drive - Pleasanton (VO) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 3:00 Nail Shop with Lorena (LR) 4:00 Beer Tasting and Pretzels (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Thursday, July 12, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch with Lorina (LR) 10:00 Prayer Service (PE) 10:45 Live 2B Healthy (LR) 1:30 Carlton Jeopardy(PE) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Blackjack with Armando (LR) 6:30 Housewarming Party with Isidro Vargas on the Keyboard (LR) Mahjong 1:30 (GR) VERY IMPORTANT If you use needles or lancets it is imperative that you are disposing them in a sharps container and not in the garbage! This is an OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) requirement. If you do not have the proper disposal bin please contact management immediately. Penalties will occur if proper disposal is not being followed. We thank you for your cooperation on this matter.

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Monday, July 16, 2018 Friday, July 20, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Shopping Shuttles (VO) 10:30 Wheel of Fortune with Lorina (LR) 1:30 Lemonade w/ Memory Care (CY) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Carlton Blackjack with Nancy (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Morning Exercise w/ Marlene (PE) 10:00 Carlton Banking Hours (FD) 10:30 Famous Friday with Roz (PE) 1:30 Music with Joe (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:15 Carlton Happy Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Tuesday, July 17, 2018 Saturday, July 21, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Tai Chi Exercise (LR) 10:30 Chair Aerobics with Carmen (LR) 1:30 Sing Fit with Memory Care (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:15 Evening Social Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Independent Dominoes 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Doughnuts and Coffee (Cafe) 10:00 Gentle Exercise with Ziv (PE) 11:00 Documentary Hour (PE) 1:30 Todd Haemmerle on Guitar (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:00 Hand Massage with Roz (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Sunday, July 22, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch with Lorina (LR) 10:30 Memory Fitness with Lorina (LR) 10:30 Magic Blanket Project (PE) 11:15 Lunch Outing: Harry’s Hofbrau (VO) 1:30 Veterans Benefits Talk (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Cheese Social with Lorina (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (LR) 9:00 Church Shuttles (VO) 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 10:30 Tea Social with Lorina (Cafe) 1:00 Scenic Drive: Alameda (VO) 1:30 Classical Entertainment With Chris Pucci (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 3:00 Nail Shop with Lorena (LR) 4:00 Beer Tasting and Pretzels(Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Thursday, July 19, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch with Lorina (LR) 10:00 Prayer Service (PE) 10:45 Live 2B Healthy (LR) 1:00 Blood Pressure and Weights (PE) 1:30 Resident Council Meeting (PE) 3 :00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Blackjack with Armando (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Mahjong 1:30 (GR) ROOM SERVICE

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Monday, July 23, 2018 Friday, July 27, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Shopping Shuttles (VO) 10:30 Wheel of Fortune w/ Lorina (LR) 1:15 Dollar Store Shopping Trip (VO) 1:30 Carlton Jeopardy (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Carlton Blackjack with Nancy (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Morning Exercise w/ Marlene (PE) 10:00 Carlton Banking Hours (FD) 10:30 Famous Friday (PE) 1:30 Ted Talk Discussion Group (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:00 Independent Scrabble (LR) 4:15 Carlton Happy Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Saturday, July 28, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Tai Chi Exercise (LR) 10:30 Chair Aerobics with Carmen (LR) 1:30 Sing Fit with Memory Care (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:15 Evening Social Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Independent Dominoes 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 9:30 Doughnuts and Coffee (Cafe) 10:00 Gentle Exercise with Ziv (PE) 11:00 Documentary Hour (PE) 1:30 Todd Haemmerle on Guitar (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Roz (PE) 4:00 Hand Massage with Roz (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Wednesday, July 25, 2018 Sunday, July 29, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch with Lorina (LR) 10:30 Memory Fitness with Lorina (LR) 10:30 Magic Blanket Project (PE) 11:15 Lunch Outing: Black Angus (VO) 1:30 Word Play with Roz (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Cheese Social (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) 8:30 Church Shuttles (VO) 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 10:30 Tea Social with Lorina (Cafe) 11:00 Book Club with Yesenia (PE) 1:00 Scenic Drive: Berkeley (VO) 1:30 Yoga with Lorina (PE) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 3:00 Nail Shop with Lorena (LR) 4:00 Beer Tasting with Lorina (Cafe) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Thursday, July 26, 2018 9:30 Morning Stretch with Lorina (LR) 10:00 Prayer Service (PE) 10:45 Live 2B Healthy (LR) 1:30 Resident Birthday Party with Tom and Jeff (LR) 3 :00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 3:00 Pool with Mark (GR) 4:00 Blackjack with Armando (LR) 6:00 Music and a Memory w/ Jocelyn (LR) Mahjong 1:30 (GR) Heal.com Heal is a new way for you to connect with a licensed physician, internist or family doctor that is available to come to our community without you having to leave the comfort of your own home. Avoid the drive to the doctors office and skip the waiting room! Please see Jocelynn for more information! Or visit www.heal.com.

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Monday, July 30, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Shopping Shuttles (VO) 10:30 Wheel of Fortune w/ Lorina (LR) 11:15 Movie Theatre Outing (VO) 1:30 Root Beer Floats with Memory Care (Cafe) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:00 Carlton Blackjack with Nancy (LR) 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Tuesday, July 31, 2018 9:10 Balance Fitness with Lorina (PE) 9:30 Tai Chi Exercise (LR) 10:30 Chair Aerobics with Carmen (LR) 1:30 Sing Fit with Memory Care (LR) 3:00 Bingo with Lorina (PE) 4:15 Evening Social Hour (Cafe) 6:00 Independent Dominoes 6:00 Evening Movie (PE) Mahjong 1:30 (GR) Residents, please note that if you are managing your own medications, that our policy requires your medications to be kept LOCKED and inaccessible to others at all times. Any questions regarding this please contact Geraldine Moguel or Mark Tabanera Carlton Senior Living Beauty Salon Don’t forget to take advantage of all their fabulous services. Open on Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Call the front desk and ask for the Beauty Salon to book your appointment.

Resident Spotlight Juanita Garces Juanita became a resident in May. She was born in Phoenix, Arizona but has lived in California since she was a child. She made a living as a dietary aide. Ice cream and cheeseburgers are some of her favorite foods. One of the things she likes to do at Carlton is to play Bingo. She says she also really likes the entertainment we have here and sometimes, if the music moves her she’ll even get up and dance. She regularly attends the evening movie in the PE Room. In between activities and meals you’re likely to find her working in her Word Search book she carries with her. She says she really enjoys living here. Please be sure to say hello when you see her around the community and welcome her to Carlton San Leandro. NEW THIS MONTH *Ted Talks *Sing Fit with Memory Care *Last Letter/First Letter *Music with Joe The Book Club Sunday, July 29th 11:00am in the Personal Expressions Transportation Services for Independent Resident Excursions We offer private concierge services on Mondays and Wednesdays within a one mile radius of our community. Please sign up at the front desk.

Also, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday if shuttle services are low. This valet services will be subject to driver availability.

Flower Arranging Carolynn Rector Caroline Price Helen August Mary K Adams Mildred Field Magic Blanket Makers Mary K Adams Ron Raimondi Caroline Price Carolynn Rector Ruth Galvin Marie Wagner July 2018 July is a great time of year to enjoy some time in our courtyard. The weather is not too hot and there are many shady spots to sit comfortably to share conversation with friends. A light breeze is almost always blowing making it very pleasant. It's important to get natural light for at least 30 minutes a day. Enjoy the weather and the beauty of our courtyard. A Message From Your Resident Chairman ED NEVAREZ An Arab Love-Song By Frances Thompson The hunchèd camels of the night Trouble the bright And silver waters of the moon. The Maiden of the Morn will soon Through Heaven stray and sing, Star gathering.

Now while the dark about our loves is strewn, Light of my dark, blood of my heart, O come! And night will catch her breath up, and be dumb. Leave thy father, leave thy mother And thy brother; Leave the black tents of thy tribe apart! Am I not thy father and thy brother, And thy mother? And thou, what needest with thy tribe's black tents Who hast the red pavilion of my heart?

Jocelynn Ahnstrom Director of Resident Services Gary Singh Plant Operations Manager Sheila Rodriguez Retirement Counselor Gloria Rehberg Personal Care Manager Stephanie Ramos LVN Raj Gounder Chef Nancy Randhawa Executive Director Roz Davis Personal Expressions Manager Geraldine Moguel LVN Daisy Monteon Associate Director Amber Bennett Retirement Counselor Lorena Garcia Resident Liaison Kushir Kuar Memory Care Manager Kimberly Messer Dining Room Manager Mark Tabanera Medication Manager

Activity Key Exercise Programming Gentle Exercise with Ziv Aerobics with Carmen Balance Fitness Live 2 B Healthy Walking Club Socials Ice Cream Social Cocktail Social Wine & Cheese Social Courtyard Social Doughnut & Coffee Social Pizza Party Beer Social Musical Programming Sing Along Saturday Entertainment Evening Entertainment Resident Birthday Party Housewarming Party Discussion & Groups Documentary Hour Current Events Trivia & Humor Resident Council Prayer Service Bible Study Vehicle Outings Lunch Outing Shopping Shuttles Scenic Drive Doctor Shuttle Church Shuttle Movie Outing Volunteer Opportunity Magic Blankets Flower Arranging Brain Fitness Memory Fitness Word Play Wheel of Fortune Fact or Fiction Family Feud Carlton Theater Evening Movie Armchair Travel Famous Friday Documentary Hour Miscellaneous Black Jack Bingo Nail Shop

It’s something we’ve heard for years - exercise can help older adults maintain their mobility and avoid physical disability. But you don’t have to take our word for it, a study from the University of Florida has proven it. In 2014, the study proved that daily moderate physical activity may make the difference between seniors being able to keep up everyday activities or becoming housebound. Furthermore, the study proved that moderate physical activity helped aging adults to maintain their ability to walk at a rate 18% higher than their counterparts who did not exercise. “The very purpose of the study is to provide definitive evidence that physical activity can truly improve the independence of older adults,” said principal investigator, Marco Pahor, Ph.D., Director of the Institute on Aging for the University of Florida. The study demonstrated that a modest increase in physical activity has the potential to help older adults maintain functional independence. The Live 2 B Healthy program aims to help seniors do just that - maintain their independence. Every partici- pant in our Live 2 B Healthy programs is tested 3 times per year to measure improvement in bal- ance, flexibility, strength and endurance. These tests results are provided to the individual so they can monitor and measure their progress. Live 2 B Healthy exercises are specifically designed to tackle issues that the aging face such as loss of balance, mobility and muscle tone. Our trainers also provide modifications for those with specific limitations so that everyone can be successful. Maintaining Mobility Through Exercise u www.Live2BHealthy.com u “My goals are to remain independent by maintaining my strength and mobility. I find that attending the Live 2 B Healthy program, it fulfills that purpose and also gives me a chance to meet my neighbors.” –