Activities for Seniors Houston: A Typical Schedule at Treemont
This post highlights five activities that take place at Treemont in a typical month. This post provides insights to those considering senior living in Houston to see how enjoyable life can be in a retirement home. Listen to Residents discuss enjoying such activities for seniors as parties, student volunteer assistance, resident sing-a-longs, musical performances, private parties at this assisted living Houston retirement community. Click to view a typical activities calendar for assisted living.
Kentucky Derby Day
Treemonters find every occasion to celebrate, beyond the expected Christmas, New Year's, Thanksgiving and Easter celebrations. Residents enjoy socializing and Activities Director Nikki Andress enjoys working with Executive Chef James to celebrate occasions such as Kentucky Derby Day. Aimee described the day as follows, " "It was all 'hats and spirits' worthy of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. Residents feasted on delicious food and even traditional 'Mint Juleps'. There was "off track betting" ($1 per draw of a horses' name). The pre-race activities were viewed on two big-screen tvs (Activities Room and the Theater Room) across the hall from each other. Viewers visited, laughed, enjoyed the party atmosphere and then — the most thrilling 2 minutes of Horse Racing occurred. Even after the race, residents stayed, enjoying each others' company and visited. A great day in horse racing at Treemont." This was the first Kentucky Derby Party in the NEW ACTIVITY ROOM and THEATER/MEDIA RM. Residents said it was the best party yet....but that is said about each party!
Volunteer Assistance to Residents.
Our retirement community in Houston, TX is fortunate to have the Tenney International School Children volunteer at Treemont. These student are exceptional students who come once a month to volunteer their services during the school year.They love delivering packages that have arrived for the residents and being of assistance to the residents. They put together chairs that come in boxes, they go through large containers of unopened mail for residents with diminished vision, they'll keep what's important, throw what isn't (all under the direction of the resident) and file the important papers in folders. They put photos into albums. Helping with electronic devices that need programing (cell phones, I-Pads, even computers) is always a big hit. These kids have helped with gardening projects, they roll flatware in the dining room, they collate marketing packets and have helped with mass mailouts. hey distribute flyers to the residents for upcoming events. They do it all and we're always grateful for their generous time. They are always accompanied by their teacher, Beryl Levy, who gives as much of her time as the students do. The International Students and Mrs. Levy are always a welcome sight at Treemont. This is the second year these students have generously donated their time and efforts to Treemont. Read more above student volunteer engagement at Treemont.
The Deci-Belles are a popular monthly group that performs at Treemont. These ladies performed on Monday, 5/11/15 and they were adorable. The independent living residents had a great time. The performers bring a service dog with them and "Bear" loves the attention. He lays on the floor with his front paws crossed —such a gentleman. The Choir performed many favorite tunes (complete with Poodle Skirts). The audience was delighted by the performance. After the performance, "Bear" performed tricks and demonstrated what how a trained service dog should behave. The audience loved it.
Paula's Garden Party.
Gardener and horticulturist extraordinariere hosted her annual Garden Party. This senior living Houston community boasts a gorgeous campus full of pine trees and foliage. It makes a great back drop for a BBQ or Garden Party. The flowers are beautiful thanks to Paula's attention. It was an overcast, gloomy day, but the beautiful garden brightened everyone's spirits. The Red Noses did too.
There is such a variety of activities for seniors at this independent living Houston community. It's important to the well being of seniors to remain social and engaged. If you are not sure about the value of a full-service retirement community vs an independent apartment, click here. A key to resident happiness is the opportunity for socialization with one's peers and a friendly staff.
Wellness Day for Nurses Week. May 11 to 14 was Nurses Week. The purpose is to acknowledge our valuable nurses and thank them for their hard work and duties. The Nursesgave back on Wednesday, May 6th from 2pm to 3pm. Senior Allegiance and Treemont Health Center nurses sponsored a Wellness Day for residents in the Independent Living Lobby. Free goodies, delicious snacks, and free services such as blood pressure readings, weight and height measurements, blood sugar checks, BMI readings.Thank you to Treemont’s amazing nurses!!
National Red Noses Day. Staff and residents had loads of fun celebrating this volunteer day. Then, of course, everyone had fun on Thursday, May 21st during national "Red Nose Day."
There are so many benefits of residing at a Houston independent living community. Residents discuss topics from the food, the maintenance-free living, the socialization with new friends, and being pampered by the staff. Read about how retirement home staff can lead to resident satisfaction. Some residents talk about the benefit of having an outstanding staff who cater to their every need.
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Choosing a retirement community is an important decision. here is no substitute for a visit to the community you are considering. Think of your college days. You likely visited a few schools and kicked a few tires before you made a final decision.It is highly recommended that you visit a few communities as part of your decision-making process and speak with residents about their experiences. Click to learn about 5 Signs its Time to Transition to Senior Living.
To learn more about Treemont Retirement Community, call Lupe or Linda at 713-783-6820 or click www.Treemont.com. Come for lunch and a tour as that is the best way to meet residents, visit the community and find out if this community fits your lifestyle! This senior living community is located at 2501 Westheimer @ Westheimer, not far from the Galleria in the Memorial/West Chase neighborhoods.