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Regular physical activity is important to the physical and mental health of everyone, and seniors often need encouragement and reassurance to participate. Exercise opportunities include classes such as Yoga, Stretch and Strength, and Walking Club. We also encourage participation in our Brain Fitness classes to sharpen mental acuity and exercise memory. Residents may also participate in purposeful activities such as caring for animals or assembling care packages for service men and women.

Social engagement is integral to the Oakmont community which is why we offer singing, Happy Hour, and regular excursions to keep the mind stimulated. In addition to daily resident engagement, Oakmont Senior Living is proud to offer the following Memory Care in Concord, CA.

Traditions Memory Care in Concord California

Life at Oakmont is meant to be full of vitality, joy and purpose. Our enthusiastic team helps residents structure their time so that every day is full of engaging activities and meaningful social connection with others. We encourage participation in physical and brain fitness activities to maintain memory and enhance cognition. Residents may enjoy music, movies, art and small group gatherings that stimulate conversation and wonderful memories.

For people with advanced memory loss, the Traditions program provides a soothing environment and specialized activities based on music, sensory, and tactile stimulation. Compassionate and specially-trained team members engage residents with the extra care and patience they may need. The community, the dining experience, and social connection continue to be the foundation of the program and our world-class memory care in Concord, CA.

Meaningful and individual group activities provide enriching experiences and connection with others on a daily basis. Activities and excursions are designed to maintain residents’ sense of being helpful, needed, and a valued member of a community. Common areas include indoor and outdoor areas for residents to enjoy anytime they wish. Areas for small group activities are scattered throughout the neighborhood. Residents may enjoy music, art, or engaging in activities designed to stimulate conversation and memories about times in their past.
Meals continue to be an important part of residents’ lives, and Oakmont provides the same fine dining options that are offered in the greater community. Residents dine restaurant-style and are offered entree choices at every meal. Private dining options are available for family gathering and celebrations. A positive dining experience reinforces social skills and a sense of self sufficiency.
Our care providers are hand-selected for their skills, previous experience, and a passion for working with the elderly. A licensed, full-time nurse oversees the Traditions program. Care providers are available to residents 24 hours a day. All Traditions team members participate in specialized Dementia education, training, and routine evaluations.
Oakmont believes that animals bring life and companionship to our communities. The family of finches in our aviary brightens the community with song and the hatching and tending of new chicks. Many Traditions communities have a resident cat (or two) who becomes like a family member to our residents.
When residents can successfully navigate a familiar environment, self-esteem is enhanced and anxiety decreases. Oakmont offers helpful physical surroundings to aid residents with orientation and navigating their way around the community.

News & Articles (Memory Care Concord, CA)

2509, 2019

Oakmont of Concord Resident’s Partner Writes Book

WINDSOR. CA–Dr. Nina Krebs tried not to write her book, Shades of Love and Loss, for two years.“It was incredibly painful to write. I did not want to experience those feelings again. But I also wanted to clarify for myself why I got upset,” said Krebs.Shades of Love and Loss is the story of one woman’s journey through the shifting roles and responsibilities she faces as an intractable, irreversible disease slowly dims her husband’s intellect, persona and athletic grace.“The book is designed to give hope to spouses caring for their loved ones with dementia. It is a great love [...]

1010, 2016

Memory Care, Recognizing Early Signs of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

All too many times family members write-off early warning signs of Alzheimer’s and Dementia as typical age-related changes to behavior or cognitive function. Too often families do not look into a memory care community for their loved one or family member until an event has occurred that put the aging senior in danger. These events have included the family member wandering off, getting lost during routine errands, leaving active stoves or ovens unattended, and a variety of other dangerous situations. To help the family and friends of aging seniors to better identify what are common age-related changes vs. potential early signs of Alzheimer's of Dementia; we have put together [...]

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