The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) bestows “Best of the Best Awards” for the nation’s most innovative and effective practices in the senior living industry. Terrace Communities is the proud recipient of the award for “creative use of social media.”
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At Terrace Communities, we pride ourselves on participating actively in our communities. This involvement has generated hundreds of print, TV and radio news stories for Terrace Communities.
The prestigious Governor's Worksite Wellness Award is designed to highlight and recognize what employers are doing to promote the physical and mental health and wellness of their employees. To show their commitment to this award, each applicant must provide evidence that they're creating a successful, healthy working environment for their employees, and just a portion of those who apply are selected for this honor.
In honor of the recent Easter holiday, Scarborough Terrace assisted living community wanted to help spread the holiday cheer. The community held an Easter Baskets for Charity event benefiting Project G.R.A.C.E. Residents and staff decorated Easter baskets and filled them with nonperishable food items and other supplies to donate to the local charity. Scarborough Terrace invited the public to attend and bring food, clothing, toiletry items, and other usable supplies that were donated to Project G.R.A.C.E. Total, more than 15 baskets were donated to the charity.
Residents at Valley Terrace put on their walking shoes, and they’ve been going the distance. In fact, they recently walked nearly 3,000 miles, which is as far as Dublin, Ireland. This is a fun and active way to stay fit that always includes a big themed celebration once the residents reach their goal. Valley News captured the excitement in an interesting article about the wellness program.
Susan Aziz is a phenomenal volunteer who makes a difference in the lives of many others in the area. That’s why she is the recipient of the Tequesta Terrace Senior Service Award. A tropical party and ceremony was held to honor her achievements. CBS12 shared this inspiring story.
To raise awareness about physical therapy and to thank their expert physical therapy team, residents and staff participated in several activities this month. The community also invited the public to an informative event about safety and fall prevention. The New Hampshire Union Leader ran a fabulous story about Wheelock Terrace’s talented team.
Residents, their families and staff members join together to raise awareness and participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. One Windham Terrace resident’s family member shares her thoughts about Alzheimer’s with the Union Leader newspaper in a compelling story.
Two young volunteers at Woodstock Terrace are making a major impact because of their enthusiasm and creative approach to volunteering. Carly Langan and Michael Leavitt spend time each week at the community and enjoy spreading joy to residents through activities like reading groups and playing games. The Vermont Standard shared the impact of these young volunteers with a wonderful article about their commitment to building meaningful connections with the residents in fun and unexpected ways.