Research shows that socialization and physical and mental activity can slow the progression of some disorders and disease. At all of our campuses, everyone is invited to join in activities but participation is not required. We believe in process over product, meaning we are far more interested in level of engagement than outcome.
We honor the unique abilities, specific preferences, and vibrant histories of every member. Individual and group activities are based on member interests and skills. At Thrive, programming often features music, art, crafts, gardening, and games. At Renew, members engage in purposeful activities that suit their personal interests, needs, or former roles. At High5, activities address critical life skills, such as appropriate public behavior, cooking, and household upkeep and safety, and also member interests like art, technology and gardening. When possible, members attend field trips and cultural events.