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Head, hands & heart activities program
All of our care centers offer daily activities to stimulate the head, hands & heart of each of our special residents, regardless of ability level. Science and research shows definitely that quality of life and outcomes improve in settings where there is increased opportunity for socialization, stimulating cognitive games, exposure to the outdoors and engagement with the community.
We specifically design our daily activities calendar to meet the varying needs of our individual residents and modify as necessary to provide a personalized option so every resident gets the attention and care they need.
- Outings to local community events
- Holiday celebrations for residents and loved ones
- Physical activities for hand-eye coordination, balance, flexibility, and strength
- Cognition games
- Musical Entertainment
- Cooking classes
- Science with seniors program
Planning for a long-term care transition
We keep our facilities small so our relationship can be big!
We know that making a decision like this takes a heavy emotional toll on everyone, not just the person requiring care.
We make the process simple and personalize our services to ease the challenges and high emotional toll a move makes on the entire family, because our facilities are small your family and loved one can expect to be welcomed as if you were a guest in our home, not visiting a hotel. From determining whether the time is right to transition from home to a long-term care facility to the final goodbye, our Beehive family will be there the entire way.
- Download our free Senior Care Awareness Questionnaire.
- Visit a Beehive Home near you.
- Schedule a medical assessment with our administrator and registered nurse to determine the level of care required.
- Plan your move in.
- Complete our Resident Personal Directives form so that we can get to know your loved one better.
- Join the family, Stay in touch!
Tips and resources for families
We have created a Blog that is loaded with valuable information for families and caregivers. You can find everything from activities to do with a loved one at home, to special diets for seniors, to tips to avoiding caregiver burnout when caring for a loved one with dementia. You don’t need to do it alone! we are here to be a resource for those families providing in-home care and those seeking the next options when the time is right. Click on the blog tab to gain access to this information!
What type of care do you need?
Take our quick Care Questionnaire to help determine which type of care may be the best option for you or your loved one
After completing the questionnaire, you can discuss your results with a senior resource counselor and schedule a full assessment to discover if Beehive is right for you.