Connecting in Ways that Work for You!
Join Us Online or In-Person.
While we have suspended all large on-campus events as part of our efforts to protect residents and staff from COVID-19, we continue to find ways to engage with those interested in the Eastmont community as well as the community at large whether through webinars, virtual tours or small in-person events that adhere to all the social distancing guidelines.
In fact, now is the perfect time to learn more about Eastmont, our upcoming expansion and the benefits of Life Care because you get to choose exactly HOW you'd like to do that! Whether you'd like an on-site visit of our Presentation Center or prefer a tour from the comfort of your home, our Eastmont team is here to help answer your questions by connecting with you in-person, on the phone or online.
Nervous about a virtual tour? Don't be! We're here to help and that includes free tech support to connect to you using FaceTime, Zoom, or YouTube. We can even deliver a tablet for you to use! Our virtual tours are a lot of fun and a great break from the routine as we are all social distancing.
Building Better Brains - Events for Brain Health
Your brain makes you, you. Are you doing everything you can to take care of it? Join us for a series of fun, brain-boosting events this fall to help keep you sharp and engaged! And they are online so you can attend from the safety and convenience of your home.
Seismic Powered Clothing™: Intelligent, Wearable Strength | Wednesday February 3 at 3pm | Online via Zoom™
Featuring Rich Mahoney, Founder & CEO of Seismic
Staying active is a big part of keeping our minds and bodies healthy, but do you wish you could improve your mobility? Learn how robotics and wearable technologies are developing innovative solutions. Seismic’s Powered Clothing™ integrates discreet robotics to act as an extension of the body to help you move better and provide additional strength and stability. Rich Mahoney, Founder & CEO of Seismic, will share all about bringing robotics to people like you and how this high tech apparel works to keep you moving! RSVP today for this Eastmont exclusive event!
BE! Brain Enrichment Course by Linda Sasser, Ph.D. | Wednesdays at 2pm, February 3 to March 24 | Online via Zoom™
Cost is $20 per person and includes the BE! workbook
Take your brain exercise routine to the next level and join us for the BE! Brain Enrichment Course with curriculum by Linda Sasser, Ph.D. Dr. Sasser has been studying and presenting on issues impacting brain and memory health for over three decades and developed this course with the primary goal of helping older adults maintain or even improve their thinking and memory skills. This 8-week virtual class will consist of 60-90 minute interactive sessions in which participants:
- learn about lifestyle practices for maintaining brain health
- learn strategies for improving attention, mindfulness, processing and memory
- socialize while engaging in exercises to strengthen verbal fluency, reasoning, problem solving and creativity
Don't miss this unique opportunity to boost your brain fitness with this educational experience. Class size is limited so RSVP now!
Building Better Brains Book Club
Open to all ages, in any location!
Looking for something new to read or ready to join a virtual discussion group? Join the Eastmont Building Better Brains Book Club! Check out the titles our team has hand-picked:
- January: The Vanishing Half-by Brit Bennett
- February: Anxious People-by Fredrik Backman
- March: Hamnet-by Maggie O'Farrell
Discussion meetings are open to all ages and will take place online via Zoom the last week of each month. Members are also invited to join a private Facebook page dedicated to the club that will provide information and ongoing conversations about the monthly book.
Registration is required in order to receive Zoom discussion links and an invite to the private Facebook page. Membership includes entry into a drawing each month from which 10 lucky members are randomly selected to win a copy of the book. RSVP today to get started!
For more information or to register for one or all of these events, go to brainhealtheastmont.com
While there is always a full schedule of ongoing activities in our community, the surrounding area has a lot to offer. Venture out into the city of Lincoln, NE to enjoy the many museums and dining venues. Our convenient mid-town location is in close proximity to shopping, hospitals, banks, restaurants, and lively entertainment. If you enjoy the outdoors, pack a picnic and explore the nearby Holmes Lake Recreation Area, only 5 to 10 minutes away, or enjoy the Pioneers Park Nature Center, which is only 30 minutes away.