LOS ALTOS, CA (August 15, 2013) BridgePoint at Los Altos, a Kisco Senior Living community, is conducting a series of educational seminars on senior health that are sure to be packed with important information you won’t want to miss. Beginning on Friday, August 30th at 4:30 p.m., join Alan Bell from Omnicare Pharmacy to learn about “Senior Medication Management and Adverse Effects”.
“We at BridgePoint believe it is important to continually foster education with inspiration and innovation,”
The education seminar planned for September is “Your Life. Your Legacy. The Importance of Making Your Final Arrangements in Advance and The Steps to Take.” Presented by Lima Family Mortuary, the event will be held on Thursday, September 26th at 5:00 p.m. Coming in October is “Exercise & Memory” by Dr. Fairchild on the importance of exercise in our everyday living and how our memory can benefit from the effects of exercise. “Senior Nutrition” will be the focus in November, outlining the nutritional challenges facing the elderly and the related healthcare risks..
As part of the Kisco community lifelong learning programs, Kisco embraces The Art of Living Wellsm engaging the six dimensions of wellness - physical, spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and vocational. This award-winning, innovative approach to wellness promotes personal life balance and an optimistic can-do attitude for Kisco residents, associates and family members.
Surrounded by colorful rose bushes and citrus trees, BridgePoint at Los Altos offers a gracious, relaxed setting with licensed assisted living and independent living studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes. Residents enjoy the award-winning wellness program, heart-healthy meals prepared daily, housekeeping services, a full calendar of activities and so much more.
To attend the upcoming seminars, call (650) 948-7337 today to RSVP or for more information.
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About Kisco Senior Living:
As a private, family-owned business since its founding in 1990, Kisco Senior Living has grown to include 20 communities in six states. Kisco's guiding principles of integrity, dignity and compassion balance the interests of residents, associates and business partners. Kisco’s more than 3,300 apartments include Independent Living, licensed Assisted Living, and Memory Care and are supported by approximately 1,450 associates nationwide. With an award-winning approach to senior living and their signature The Art of Living Well ℠ culture, Kisco creates communities where residents and associates share passions, live and work in balance and leave a legacy. Kisco is an International Council of Active Aging (ICAA) member and has recently been recognized as an ICAA Champion Organization. For more information, log on to www.KiscoSeniorLiving.com or contact Kendall Carre at (760) 804-7077.
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