The purpose of the Lakeview Terrace Living Well Program is to create and implement admirable opportunities for residents to live a longer, healthier, joyful and independent life.
Generally “Wellness” is used to mean a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being. Lakeview Terrace Living Well Program promotes an active and healthy lifestyle. Through the many planned programs offered, which range from physical, intellectual and emotional support, strong personal relationships are built that enhance the richness and enjoyment of a typical day. Having friends to interact with does enhance functionality and overall wellness and also provides a support safety net.
Health & Wellness
This class is offered 5 times a week. It is led by a Certified Personal Trainer/Group Exercise Instructor. During this class we combine fun and fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a seated/standing circuit workout.
This class is offered twice a week and it led by a Certified Geriatric Yoga Instructor. You will practice yoga sitting in a chair or standing using the chair for support. Complicated maneuvers and complex movements are not present in this class. The chair is used due to the difficulty in getting down and up off the floor. You will learn many yoga postures, breathing techniques, meditation and ways of relaxation with the aid of a chair.
We have a non denomination service every Sunday led by our staffed Chaplin, along with different Bible studies led by residents to continue fellowship throughout the week. Communion is also given weekly on campus.
In our fitness room we have strength equipment that ranges from Power System dumb bells, Hammer mill Weight bench, to all levels of resistance bands.
Located in our fitness room we have the state of the art NuStep. This delivers a low impact, inclusive, total body workout for each individual. Along, with a Precor upright bike, elliptical, and treadmill.
Lakeview Terrace has a Wellness Coordinator who is educated in exercise science with an emphasis on special population. She offers an orientation for the equipment located in the fitness room. Along with personal training sessions to get you safely started on your health journey (custom workout – workout card). All programs are in line with ASCM guidelines (American College of Sport Medicine).
This class is offered twice a week and led by our Wellness Coordinator. During this class we teach flexibility, coordination, stabilization, relaxation and body alignment to keep you completely balanced.
Need medical assistance in the comfort of your own home? We also have our own Home Health staff to insure all your medical needs are taken care of right away.
If you are in need of any therapy, we have our own Outpatient Rehabilitation on campus to best suit any of your needs.
Our Director of Social Services will guide you and help you gather your medical history documents that provide crucial personal and medical history in case of an emergency. The documents provide paramedics and firefighters with crucial personal and medical information that will speak for you if you are unable to communicate.
This class is offered 4 times a week at our brand new Aquatic Center. It is led by a Certified Personal Trainer/Group Exercise Instructor. During this class you will be doing movement and callisthenic exercise in the pool using water resistance to enhance strength flexibility and muscle tone while providing an excellent cardio workout
We present webinars and give out information according to the health observance for the month, as well as have doctors come to give presentations pertaining to a particular topic.
Our community nurse and physician at the Health Care Center is capable of giving you direction, medical advice and/or medical suggestions when needed. V.I.P meetings and hearing clinics also occur.
The community nurse does a blood pressure clinic weekly.
Obtain your yearly flu shot right here at Lakeview Terrace.