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Memory Care Café Luncheon

Exercise is essential to living well. Regular exercise can help seniors build the strength, balance, and flexibility needed to perform the activities of daily life.

On August 17, join us at Rose Senior Living for a presentation from Juan Gamero on the benefits of exercise for energizing and elevating daily living. He’ll demonstrate several exercises he uses with senior and memory care clients, and will be  available after the presentation to answer questions about exercise and rehab at Rose Senior Living.

Featuring a special presentation on  “Exercise for Daily Living”   by Juan Gamero, Director of Rehab at Genesis.

 

 

RSVP by August 10th to attend and enjoy:

•    A light, seasonal lunch prepared by our onsite chef
•    Tours of Rose’s country-club style amenities
•    Advice from a senior living rehab expert

— WHERE —

Rose Senior Living-Avon
33200 Health Campus Blvd | Avon, OH 44011

— WHEN —

August 17th from 11:30-1:00 pm

Availability Limited—RSVP Today!

Call 440-937-0757 (Ask for Rachel) 
or email: RachelYoung@roseseniorliving.com  

Polka Band Festival

Music - Dancing - Brats - Beer - Fun! 

Thursday, October 5th | 5 – 8 p.m.
featuring: Sibling Rivalry Brewery

Door Prizes!
Tours of the  new community.

This event will be held under a tent outdoors. 33200 Health Campus Blvd.
Avon, OH 44011

RSVP to (440) 937-0757 
by September 29

Summer Theater Camp Comes to The Rose Senior Living

 
Theater Campers audition a routine at Rose Senior Living.

Theater Camp is a highlight of summer for many students interested in music, acting, dance and more.

TrueNorth Cultural Arts has teamed this summer with Rose Senior Living in Avon to host three separate camps for students in grades 1-5, 6-12, and Middle-High School age.

“We love it here at The Rose,” said TrueNorth Director Richard Fortney. “They have been very open to the arts and kids working with senior adults and the power the arts have in working within a community.”

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