Activities at Westminster Terrace Assisted Living Community
Westminster Terrace Assisted Living Community offers a variety of activities designed to keep you active and social. We believe offering a well-rounded activities program is one of the keys to promoting a healthy lifestyle for older adults.
We have a full-time Activities Director who takes pride in offering a meaningful life enrichment program for our residents. Life enrichment to us means quality of life. Our regularly scheduled exercise classes help promote your physical well-being. While playing games like Scrabble, Pinochle, BINGO, and Trivia helps with your mental stimulation.
We have a separate activity room for special projects, puzzles, games, and crafts. You can gather with your neighbors for a book club, a cup of coffee, or to discuss current events.
We offer day trips for shopping in Westminster, social gatherings, and scenic drives through our community bus. In addition, transportation can be scheduled for special events, like concerts, etc.
Our activities professionals also welcome activity ideas from our residents and their family members. Contact us today to find out more about our life enrichment program.
We encourage family members to attend special events, outings, and support groups, or participate in our daily activities. Please click below to download our latest senior activity calendar.
Westminster Terrace Assisted Living Community Testimonial
"I've been in Westminster Terrace for almost 3 years. I liked it at first, and I think it's improving. The food is great and improving. We have committees that meet with the chef every other week, and he actually listens to us. They have a good meal selection, and if you don't like what they're serving, you could always have something else. We have a library and a small meeting room upstairs, if you want to meet somebody, and a separate dining room upstairs in which you can have special meals if you reserve it ahead of time and have your family visit. Five times a week, there is some religious function going on, where they have the priests and the minister visit"
~ via Caring.com