Assisted Living Facility announces new creative space for residents

LITTLETON, CO, March 29, 2020 /Neptune100/ — This month Manor on Marston Lake is excited to announce the opening of a brand new creative space for our residents to enjoy engaging with other seniors in creativity, artwork, discussions and friendship building. This new space offers a great way for residents to
build joy and community in an assisted living setting. In the weeks leading up to the grand opening of this new engagement and art activity area, both staff and residents contributed input and ideas as to how a new “engagement and activity studio” would function and feel in their building.

The facility took some underutilized space and breathed new excitement and energy into it to create a space conducive to expressing creativity throughout every day. One of the primary roles in caring for seniors is to help them feel joy, and in doing so residents and their family members feel better about the business model and the care they receive. Engaging seniors in creativity, artwork, discussions and friendship is a great way to build joy and community in an assisted living setting. Because it is a “creative space,” the hope is that it evolves as residents and staff discover new ways to engage and express their creativity.

Activities and Engagement Director Rebecca Wittwer stated, “It’s such a bright and happy space to do activities any time of the day!”

The Manor on Marston Lake, located in Littleton, has over 40 years of combined experience in assisted living and memory care and a great reputation in the community. Our owner is local, and very involved in the daily operations of the facility from supervising staff to checking on food preparation and ensuring the overall comfort, satisfaction, and safety of our residents.

Starting with the functional floor plan and room layouts, every aspect of the facility design considered the needs of our residents. The Manor on Marston Lake is comfortable, clean, bright, and airy, the grounds are always well kept, and the people are friendly and welcoming. Our activities allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles, and our common indoor spaces support and encourage socialization and relationship building.

For more information about Manor on Marston Lake or to schedule a tour contact our Executive Director Rebecca Norris at: [email protected] or (303) 932-9808.