According to recent reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), physical activity is essential to healthy aging. At Twin Town Villa, we understand the importance of social and physical activity, and our assisted living community has a variety of safe, fun, and healthy activities that our residents can enjoy.
Prevent Loss of Mobility
Regular physical and social activity can prevent loss of mobility, delay or prevent symptoms of arthritis, and improve sleep and appetite. Adults over 65 need at least 150 minutes of physical and social activity per week, including at least 2 days per week of activities that strengthen muscles and improve balance. Mobility promotes healthy aging!
Improve Memory and Brain Function
Studies have shown that participating in social activities that require problem solving, such as doing crossword puzzles and playing card games, can improve memory and brain function. As part of our memory care services, we can design a family and community centered program for your loved one’s specific needs, including social activity and games that improve memory function.
Reduce Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke, and More
You can help your loved one reduce their risk of a heart attack, stroke, falls, and other health issues by ensuring they participate in daily physical and social activity. A senior living community or Alzheimer’s care community can provide safe, enriching physical and social activity for your loved one.
Learn More About Our Community Life Program
Our Community Life program, called “A Part of You,” includes activities, hobbies, and events that are designed specifically centered around our residents’ experiences and preferences. Because we want our assisted living community members to feel like family, we encourage them to help us design our social and physical activity curriculum.
Reach out for a Tour of Twin Town Villa Today!
At Twin Town Villa, our residents have plenty of opportunities for socializing and engaging with each other, and we offer a variety of fun events that families can participate in as well. To learn more about how we can help you and your family with assisted care or memory care, contact us to schedule a tour of the community or call us at 218.643.9542 with questions.