Can Eldergarden Do For You?
Allow you to "age in place"--stay at
home with your family
Avoid the high cost of a skilled nursing facility
Encourage maximum independence
Strengthen self-esteem and physical
stamina Recent Satisfaction
Surveys show 87% of our families agree that their loved
one is stronger physically, and 93% agree their loved
one is stronger mentally since attending Eldergarden.
Provide time apart for participants
and their caregivers at an affordable cost.
Caregivers can continue employment. A May 2006 article in The AARP
Bulletin states that a caregiver who retires
early to take care of a senior family member can lose up
to $659,000 in lost wages and benefits.
Fishing at Glenmere Lake
A huge game of ping pong (and staff
picks up all the dropped balls)