Amenities at Cedar Crest are an extension of your home. As an Independent Living resident, you have the freedom to:
- Grab a Latte and a pastry at the Garden Café
- Connect with nature with our Gardens and Walking Trails
- Check out a book or work on a puzzle at our Library
- Start a new project at the Woodworking Shop or Activity Room
- Work on your fitness at the Wellness Center
- Shoot pool or play cards at the Game Room
- Host a private get-together at one of our three Party Rooms
- Schedule a manicure at the Salon
Cedar Crest provides many opportunities for you to get connected with others. A typical week in Independent Living includes fitness classes, discussion groups, art classes, game night, movie night, and much more. In addition to that there are special events like seasonal parties, happy hour, birthday parties, pizza nights, and scheduled outings. Most residents will tell you that they are more active at Cedar Crest than they ever were at home.
Residents in our Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Care have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities provided by our Life Enrichment team.
Cedar Crest is an active community with a full agenda of events available to residents. While all activities are optional, residents can choose from a wide array of opportunities to learn new skills, enjoy old hobbies, or socialize with neighbors.
Program staff members are also available to modify activities or develop individual service plans to ensure each resident stays active.
Wellness can be measured in all aspects of life – body, mind, and spirit. At Cedar Crest there are programs that focus on upper and lower body strength, agility, balance, and mobility. The goal of our wellness programs is to build cardiovascular health, reduce the effects of disease and chronic conditions, and improve balance and mobility. We currently offer the following programs:
- Tai Chi for Beginners
- Tai Chi
- Senior Exercise
- Strong and Fit
- Daily Walking Class
The Cedar Crest lifestyle promotes a healthy body, mind, and spirit. To nurture residents’ spiritual health, our pastoral team leads devotionals each week, Sunday morning and evening worship services, and Bible study classes, and is also available for private meetings.
Cedar Crest’s beautiful, interdenominational chapel is also ideal for quiet, personal reflection and organized worship.
Religious services for all denominations are held either in our chapel or at nearby congregations.