Youth volunteers from St. Matthias Church played Wii games with the senior residents at Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living on Monday, September 12, 2016. While everyone was hoping to win, the students ensured that the residents knew how to play various Wii Sports Games.
Before the Wii tournament commenced, Deputy Mayor Phil Kramer kicked off National Assisted Living Week during a special opening ceremony. He was joined by Spring Hills Somerset Resident Council President, John Boucher; local Minister Gwen Livingston; the Spring Hills Somerset bell choir, the Ding Dongs Bell Choir; and more. Deputy Mayor Kramer read a proclamation and the Ding Dongs played patriotic songs. Refreshments were served.
About Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living:
The Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living Community provides premier assisted living and memory care with the finest amenities in the New Brunswick/Somerset County area and is located at 473 Demott Lane in Somerset, NJ 08873. For additional information visit www.springhillssomerset.com or call 732-301-4438.
About Spring Hills Senior Communities & Memory Care Communities:
All Spring Hills Senior Communities’, Home Care Services, Assisted Living Communities and Poet’s Walk Memory Care Communities offer a distinctive and innovative approach to home care services, assisted living, and Alzheimer’s care as led by Alex Markowits, President/CEO. Signature Touches is the company’s holistic approach to offering individualized care and services that are designed to meet the needs and preferences of residents and clients. Personal choice is top priority in one of the company’s eight Spring Hills assisted living communities or in client’s homes with Spring Hills home care services located in NJ, VA, OH and FL, or in one of the company’s Poet’s Walk memory care communities located in VA and TX as well as soon-to-be NV, IN and FL. For more information about their Caring with a Commitment to Quality dedication to senior living, visit www.springhills.com or www.poetswalk-springhills.com.