The activities program at Carleton-Willard’s nursing and rehabilitation center is designed to support each resident’s independence.
We work to ensure that your life continues to have richness and meaning. On any given day, you might find a group of residents creatively engaged in a watercolor class, learning tai chi, participating in the History Club, or even cooking a Thanksgiving dinner for homeless veterans. Here, our exercise classes are more than just a way to keep moving. In fact, Carleton-Willard won an industry award for creatively helping frailer individuals gain strength and flexibility. Nursing center residents who are mobile and interested have access to the wide range of concerts, lectures, and classes offered in the auditorium of the main campus.
Additionally, the programs here provide a satisfying routine of socialization and recreation through numerous — and often inventive — social events. Click here to see the current calendar of activities.
The activities are tremendous, with lots of variety and diversity. They have become a way for Mom to make friends – a common interest that leads to a connection with another person.