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Why Assisted Living Activities are an Important Part of any Community

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A great deal of importance is placed on the assisted living activities offered at Spring Gardens Mapleton.

Our activities staff creates unique and memorable activities for our residents in order to improve their quality of life. Residents benefit from activities on psychological, social, spiritual, as well as physical levels.

Research finds that residents who lack a supportive family system are more likely to feel lonely and depressed. By building friendships through a wide variety of activities, they can gain community support in dealing with their life circumstances. It has been shown that this improves their psychological and social well-being.

This time of year is especially busy for our residents. For weeks they have been planning their annual Halloween party and “Thriller” dance routine, which has gone viral in the past. Our activities director, Shelly Goslin, makes it her personal goal to make each and every one of our residents a special part of this routine.

Throughout the year you will find our residents participating in sing-alongs, ice cream socials, dances, attending spa days, fishing trips, or a hoedown, competing in a crafting contest, or lined up at a pop-up taco bar. These are just a few examples of some of the really cool events and activities that make our community one of the most sought-after for families wanting their loved ones to live a fulfilled and active life.

If you know someone or have a loved one who could benefit from our active and social assisted living community, schedule some time to see the Spring Gardens difference today.

Spring Gardens Mapleton, Utah

We offer independent living, assisted living, and memory care, which lets you or your loved one receive the exact level of care needed. The views are stunning, and Provo is just 15 minutes away. Come see us today!


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