Deteriorating judgment, problems with words in speaking or writing, and even trouble following a familiar recipe are all signs of mental decline.

Studies have shown that physical exercise can directly benefit brain cells by increasing blood flow in the brain and mental stimulation can strengthen connections between the brain’s nerve cells. Our highly structured daily routine combines group activities and exercise with personalized pursuits and self-directed time periods. These mental and physical “workouts” promote physical well-being, mental stimulation and continued engagement in life, all of which have been shown to slow decline.