Farmington Hills
248-539-0104

Farmington Hills
248-539-0104

Fenton
810-629-0385

Fenton
810-629-0385

Swartz Creek
810-630-1063

Swartz Creek
810-630-1063

Activities for Seniors in Michigan

At Courtyard Manor, we provide assisted living to the physically frail. We specialize in caring for those with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or other forms of memory loss. As a family owned organization, we treat everyone like they are part of our family. With compassionate care, our residents are able to live full and active lives as they age with dignity. Living an active daily lifestyle with an emphasis on memory care can greatly enhance the quality of life for our residents and their loved ones.

Activities Offered at Courtyard Manor

Courtyard Manor provides daily activities for our residents to interact, exercise, and develop as people. There is a wide spectrum of activities for our residents to choose from, designed to nurture body, mind, and soul. Physical activities like group walks and chair volleyball help residents stay fit. Current event discussion groups engage and promote mental acuity. We also offer bible study and other religious programs to nurture the spirit. We have three different locations spread out across Southwest Michigan. Each facility has their own monthly calendar full of activities to encourage healthy and active lifestyles among our residents. Check out this month’s event calendar for our Swartz Creek, Fenton, and Farmington Hills locations!

Why Activities are Good for Memory Care

The human brain is full of billions of nerve cells known as neurons that act as nodes in the vast and interconnected network of human thought. As we age, those neurons begin to break down and the pathways between them can be severed. The symptoms are generally referred to as dementia, with Alzheimer’s being the most common form. While the effects cannot be entirely reversed, daily mental activity like memory games can strengthen existing neurons and rekindle cognitive function. Strong neurons and neural pathways are more resilient and resistant to the effects of dementia.

Through compassionate care, encouraged activity, and socialization, our residents can live fulfilling lives and age in place with dignity.