Lighthouse Assisted Living Englewood Homes Residents Enjoy Relaxing Outings in December

Top Quote Liz Littleton, owner and Registered Nurse of Lighthouse Assisted Living homes stated that the residents of Lighthouse assisted living Englewood home at Emporia House, 6318, S. Emporia Circle, Englewood, Colorado 80111 could possibly attend events with in the month of December 2012 with their families. End Quote
  • Colorado Springs, CO (1888PressRelease) December 31, 2012 - Liz Littleton added that the residents afflicted with various memory impairment disorders like Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, memory loss, disorientation, stroke, etc. could improve physically and mentally only when they are able to go out on occasions and relax in comforting and enjoyable atmospheres. She listed the following events that the seniors in Lighthouse assisted living Englewood and other homes could attend in December to have fun and enjoyment, a reprieve from their daily routine.

    The most recent event that families of Lighthouse assisted living Englewood home and other homes of Lighthouse could attend was the Living Lights conducted at the Butterfly Pavilion. The Butterfly Pavilion is located at 6252, W. 104th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado. The seniors visited the Pavilion between 5-30 p.m. and 9-00 p.m. on December 16, 2012. The program organizers had provided a scintillating journey for the visitors in their artistically created gardens glowing with lights and illusory tropical rainforest twinkling in subtle lighting. Liz Littleton made sure that all the seniors participating in the program were properly dressed even for the cold outdoor programs in the event.

    The earlier program that the residents of the Lighthouse assisted living Englewood home and other homes was at the Wildlife Experience. This program was on December 13, 2012 between 6-30 p.m. and 8-30 p.m. on December 13, 2012 at The Wildlife Experience located at 10035, S. Peoria Street, Parker, Colorado. The organizers had named the program as Sleeping on the Summits, since Christ Tomer, a meteorologist and Dr. John Kedrowski presented a photo journal and a video on wildlife and life on the hills. They signed books also for the visitors on wildlife experience. The free show also included an exclusive Extreme Screen event by the Wildlife Experience. The elders had a completely different experience of the wildlife by attending this program, which was a unique experience for them.

    The first program that the residents of Lighthouse assisted living Englewood and other homes could attend was on December 8, 2012 between 10-00 a.m. and 3-00 p.m. This program was the NW Denver's 4th Annual Winter Market and Holiday Festival conducted at the venue of Valdez Elementary School, 2525, W. 29th Avenue, Denver, Colorado. More than 30 artisans and crafters from nearly areas offered their artifacts and gift items in the festival. The additional entertainments in the festival for the elders were sing-along of their most favorite tunes, self-craft making stations, and Santa photo sessions for forthcoming Christmas. The seniors also purchased books for themselves and toys for their grandchildren in the festival.

    If you wish to know more about the facilities available at Lighthouse assisted living Englewood and other homes, contact

    Liz Littleton,
    Lighthouse Assisted Living,
    10557 Wagon Box Circle
    Highlands Ranch, CO 80130
    Phone: 720-344-7217
    Fax: 720-200-4906

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