The residents of the Commons enjoyed a spa treatment! Everybody had their pick of hand lotions and nail colors and hand massages were also provided. We enjoyed some conversation and it was quite relaxing!
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Below is current months activity calendar that shows all the activities available to residents.
Below is next months activity calendar that shows all the activities available to residents.
Good News Stories
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Every Tuesday and Thursday is Functional Fitness class! This class has become a big hit at Brightmore! Residents love the balance, weight training, flexibility and range of motion exercises this class has to offer. A great class taught by our Wellness Coordinator, Madeline Woodard. Everyone is welcome! There are no limitations in this class. In …Read More…
Crafting is always a big hit at the Kempton and last week’s craft was seashell wreaths for the summer. The residents hand-picked each seashell and loved hanging the wreaths on their door and admiring others!
Yesterday some of the residents of the Commons gathered to create a beautiful frame to hold their pictures from the upcoming “Gorgeous Grandma Day” photo shoot. We purchased wooden frames, chalk paint, and stickers to complete our project. We painted the frames and decoupaged the stickers in place, trimmed the edges and here are the …Read More…
An estimated 6.2 million Americans, age 65 and older, are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2021. June is Alzheimer’s and Brain awareness month. The focus aims to help educate and inform people on these conditions. June 18th, Brightmore of Wilmington campus was excited to stand up to the darkness of Alzheimer’s. They participated in The …Read More…
The courtyard on Paraklay Way is the perfect place to have tomato plants. Earlier in the spring our residents planted 5 tomato plants that are now full of these delicious veggies. We go outside and water them daily and pull the ripe ones off and will be enjoying these all summer long!
Fudge is a candy that people have been enjoying since the 19th century. It can be found in many different shapes and flavors—including chocolate, peanut butter, and maple nut varieties. It’s also a food that has earned itself its own holiday, and it’s called National Fudge Day. This holiday falls on the 16th of June …Read More…
Cornhole (also known regionally as bags, sack toss, or bean bag toss) is a lawn game in which players take turns throwing 16 ounce bags of corn kernels at a raised platform (board) with a hole in the far end. A bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the board scores 1 …Read More…
The Kempton had a great chicken sandwich fundraiser on Friday. They raised $333 to donate to Alzheimer’s! Residents, families, and employees enjoyed a delicious lunch. The money went to this fabulous cause.
Did you know that watermelon is 92 percent water, or that watermelon is one of the only foods to be classified as both a fruit and a vegetable? Here at The Commons on a hot Wilmington day, nothing beats the heat better than a cold piece of watermelon and some tunes by one of our …Read More…