Residents had a great cultural experience during their trip to the Yume Japanese Gardens. Yume means “dream” in Japanese and as residents strolled through the gardens it certainly lived up to its name. Throughout the garden, there was a traditional Japanese tea house where many of the residents talked about their experiences and thoughts about […]
Posts by: April Selden
Residents had the pleasure of meeting a few swimmers from University of Arizona. Members of the swim team shared their experiences and stories about where they came from and what it’s like to compete on a University team. They were extremely enthusiastic visitors and participated in games as well. They will continue to come and volunteer and […]
Not everyone loves the word “exercise,” but it is important to incorporate movement throughout the day. At our residences we have come up with some creative ways to exercise. One of the activities we started is called Balloon Volleyball. There is always a lot of laughter & fun and it has turned out to be a great […]
Friday, residents were really getting into the holiday spirit! We had a walker & wheelchair decorating station. Residents got to choose their favorite holiday décor to show off on their walkers & wheelchairs.
The Inn and Gardens decided to have their own version of a Turkey Trot this holiday season. On Tuesday residents took part in baking and decorating cupcakes to hand-deliver the next day to Watermark staff. The giving spirit was in full swing as residents rode a golf cart to deliver the cupcakes. Staff members were incredibly grateful […]
Residents are loving the new omelet bar that our dining services team has started. The staff make each omelet made to order; providing a variety of fresh vegetables to choose from. The preparation table is set up in front of the dining room so residents are able to watch their omelets being made. The feedback has been […]