Please help us help children in need of school supplies!
The Arbors Back to School Supply Drive
Donate school supplies: Composition note books, back packs, pencils, pens, erasers, glue sticks, etc.
by August 24th
All supplies will be donated to Long Island Cares and given to local children in need
Drop supplies at any of our Communities:
July was a blast of a month! Here are some highlights showcasing our favorite moments at The Arbors.
Fun at Argyle Lake in Babylon!
Our residents from The Arbors at Hauppauge took their walking club to Argyle lake in Babylon. Our residents enjoyed the sights and sounds while on the walking path.
Thank Heaven for 7-11!
Because on July 11th it’s...
No matter what your age, skipping breakfast isn’t a healthy choice to make. Since seniors are more prone to malnutrition, starting off with a hearty and healthy meal can give them the sustenance that can help boost energy and regulate metabolism.
To ensure your elderly loved one is eating breakfast each morning, try preparing healthy meals ahead...
Our brains are not immune to the aging process. Since it’s impossible to stop getting older, it’s important to give your brain regular exercise. S
eniors especially need to keep their brains active.
Just as your body can become sedentary, so can your brain. When you fail to feed your brain stimulation it could lead to memory loss and other problems like...
Summertime isn’t over yet! If you’ve run out of ideas of fun things to do with your elderly loved one for the remainder of the season, we’ve got a list of some great options. Whether you know a senior who loves the outdoors or prefers to stay inside, here are some of the best summer activities for seniors that both of you...
Caring for a loved one who is not capable of being responsible for themselves comes with many challenges. However, you continue to care for them because you only want what is best for their well-being. You may be making some sacrifices in your personal life, but are you caring for yourself? If not, you could be experiencing “caregiver burnout.”