“The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”

~Eleanor Roosevelt

Daily Activity

Orchard believes Health and Well-Being are created by balancing daily activity and my personal needs and preferences of several areas.   4 categories are considered in helping direct and create structure and programming for how our resident’s use their time.

Self-Care: Physical and Cognitive

Purpose: Meaningful and Productive

Renewal: Sleep and restoration

Activity: Leisure and Entertainment

When it comes to Activity we prefer a holistic approach that meets the wide variety of human interest and inspiration.

Health & Wellbeing

“What a man can be, he must be. This need we call self-actualization.”

~Maslow

Orchard Senior Living Branches

Orchards Engagement Branches of Life

Intellectual Branch – Expanding the mind with thought-provoking discussions and stimulating tasks. Lifelong learning and knowledge from on site and off site education speakers and classes grows confidence and enhances self-esteem.

Emotional Branch – A sense of meaning and purpose in both activity and relationship builds optimism and a zest for living.

Physical Branch – Sensory input through touch, movement, walking, stretching, or exercising improves balance, mobility, strength, and endurance at all seasons of life.

Social Branch –  Maintaining lifelong relationships and growing new circles of friends stimulates brain activity, decreases anxiety and depression.

Spiritual Branch – Connecting with heart and spirit provides a balance between rest and activity and increases a persons ability to bounce back from adversity.

Civic Branch – Participating in the life of a community, inspires connection and helps shape its future.

Vocational Branch – sharing a person’s unique talents with the world creates an environment that celebrates difference and boosts others ability to learn new things.

Orchards Engagement Branches of Life

Intellectual Branch – Expanding the mind with thought-provoking discussions and stimulating tasks. Lifelong learning and knowledge from on site and off site education speakers and classes grows confidence and enhances self-esteem.

Emotional Branch – A sense of meaning and purpose in both activity and relationship builds optimism and a zest for living.

Physical Branch – Sensory input through touch, movement, walking, stretching, or exercising improves balance, mobility, strength, and endurance at all seasons of life.

Social Branch –  Maintaining lifelong relationships and growing new circles of friends stimulates brain activity, decreases anxiety and depression.

Spiritual Branch – Connecting with heart and spirit provides a balance between rest and activity and increases a persons ability to bounce back from adversity.

Civic Branch – Participating in the life of a community, inspires connection and helps shape its future.

Vocational Branch – sharing a person’s unique talents with the world creates an environment that celebrates difference and boosts others ability to learn new things.

Orchard Senior Living Branches