Staying physically fit is essential in order to live life to its fullest. At Del Monte, we make sure our residents are encouraged to get as much exercise as possible, whether that means a walk through our gardens, a fun game of Simon Says with their neighbors, or a session with our Physical Therapist. Daily walks and stretches are part of the activity schedule every day so our residents always have a chance to exercise!
Along with the body, it’s also very important to keep your mind alert at this age. We understand how vital a healthy and active mind is to an enjoyable life, so we strive to encourage our residents to engage in activities that are interactive and mentally stimulating. We plan activities from as basic as one-on-one chats and story telling, to heated rounds of inter-facility trivia, to fun board games, Jenga, Scrabble, and many more.
We are all about celebrating aging at Del Monte Assisted Living & Memory Care. We regularly organize activities for our residents that highlight the beauty of every day life and allow self-expression. Del Monte is truly a perfect place to enjoy nature and savor the small joys of life. Regular activities like sermons, meditation, lectures, and sharing life experiences are organized to make the residents reflect and grow richer spiritually. We also strongly believe in the power of music and always have music playing, whether through the speakers or our by our guitar playing staff!
Off-Campus Excursions are an important element in nurturing an exciting and enriching life for our residents. We regularly organize all sorts of different excursions all over the county, from visits to the Monterey aquarium to participating in Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Watsonville. Our lush green campus is less than five minutes from the world famous Lover’s Point and less than one mile from Asilomar State Beach Museums, both of which we love to visit. Parks, drives, picnics, and more excursions are planned regularly. We take every opportunity we can to load up our bus and hit the road!*
*off-site excursions have been suspended during COVID-19