Agility Senior Living recognizes the significant impact of active resident engagement and wellness programs on the overall quality of life for seniors. We understand that by participating in a variety of social, intellectual, physical, purposeful, spiritual, and emotional activities, residents can maintain a sense of purpose, fulfillment, and well-being.
Our team of consultants includes Certified Geriatric Care Managers, Certified Geriatric Care Practitioners, and Certified Dementia Practitioners, who bring decades of experience in researching, developing, and implementing comprehensive wellness and engagement platforms specifically tailored for seniors.
We believe that true resident engagement goes beyond simply providing amenities and activities. It is a philosophy that empowers residents to optimize their own health and well-being by actively participating in the offerings of the community and connecting with their fellow residents. By fostering a sense of belonging, purpose, and community, we create an environment that supports the overall wellness and happiness of the residents.
Our integrated geriatric wellness program encompasses several key components to address the unique needs and challenges faced by older adults. Through our Age-Well with Agility resident engagement platform, we provide a multi-dimensional, resident-specific roadmap for a fulfilled life and wellness that nurtures the body, mind, and spirit.
This comprehensive approach ensures that residents have access to a wide range of activities and programs that promote physical health, cognitive stimulation, social interaction, personal growth, spiritual exploration, and emotional well-being. By tailoring the program to the specific needs and preferences of each resident, we create a personalized and enriching experience.
At Agility Senior Living, we are passionate about enhancing the lives of seniors through meaningful engagement and holistic wellness programs. Our goal is to empower residents to live their lives to the fullest, supporting their overall health, happiness, and sense of purpose.
If you have any further inquiries or would like to discuss our resident engagement and wellness programs in more detail, please feel free to let us know.
A thorough assessment is conducted to evaluate an individual's overall health, functional abilities, cognitive status, and psychological well-being. This resident centered assessment helps identify specific needs and tailors the program accordingly.
Physical Fitness and Exercise: Regular physical activity is vital for maintaining strength, balance, flexibility, and cardiovascular health. The program should include exercises suitable for older adults, focusing on strength training, aerobic exercises, balance training, and stretching.
A well-balanced diet is crucial for maintaining good health. The program should provide education on proper nutrition, including guidance on portion control, hydration, and healthy food choices that support optimal wellness and address specific dietary considerations for older adults.
Many older adults take multiple medications, which can lead to complications if not managed properly. The program should include medication reviews, education on medication adherence, and guidance on potential interactions or side effects.
Falls are a significant concern for older adults, as they can result in serious injuries. A good geriatric wellness program incorporates fall prevention strategies, including exercises to improve balance and coordination, home safety assessments, and education on fall risk factors and prevention techniques.
Mental health and cognitive well-being are important aspects of geriatric wellness. Programs may include activities that stimulate cognitive function, such as puzzles, memory games, and social engagement to promote brain health and prevent cognitive decline.
Loneliness and social isolation can negatively impact the health and well-being of older adults. The program should encourage social interaction through group activities, outings, and community engagement to promote a sense of belonging and emotional support.
Geriatric wellness programs should address emotional and mental health needs. This can include counseling services, stress management techniques, mindfulness exercises, and support groups to help older adults cope with life transitions, grief, and emotional challenges.
Older adults benefit from staying informed about common health conditions, preventive measures, and screenings. The program should provide education on managing chronic diseases, promoting healthy lifestyles, and offering information about vaccines, screenings, and regular check-ups.
Collaboration among healthcare professionals is important to ensure seamless care for older adults. The program should include care coordination services to facilitate communication between various healthcare providers and ensure holistic and integrated care.