Food Safety for the Holidays
Food safety can be a problem at holidays with the amount of food that is prepared and the number of places where people bring food to special gatherings. We have Christmas potlucks at all three of our houses and are diligient about keeping our resident safe. CDC estimates that
Other Ways to Connect with Your Loved One
We want our parents or grandparents to be happy in their living arrangements after they’ve moved into assisted living. And we want to spend time with them, but real life is full of change and surprises and our residents want meaningful engagement. There are the old standbys of eating
Residents take on the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo
The Douglas County Fair and Rodeo is always one of the best outings of the year! From scolding loud chickens to laughing at the Mutton Bustin’ spectacle, our residents loved every minute of this afternoon!
August events at Castle Country Assisted Living
Looking to try something new and fun this month? Join us for an event! All our events are free and open to the public, but space is limited. For more information or to RSVP, please call 303-482-5552 or email Reagan Weber, Resident Services Manager at email@example.com. R.O.M.E.O. lunch at
Spotlight on… Miranda Villalba, Activities Coordinator
“After working in physical therapy for years, I kind of fell in love with helping people,” Miranda Villalba explained. Her passion for giving back and helping others is something that helped guide her to her current position at CCAL. As an Activities Coordinator, her responsibilities including keeping residents’ minds
Parker Days Parade Fun!
Our residents had a fabulous time at the Parker Days Parade! This year’s “Rock and Roll” theme allowed residents to get groovy and sport homemade tie-dye tee-shirts (they had a ball making them!). Thank you to our wonderful coordinators who helped decorate the CCAL bus, which served as a