Engage your body, mind and spirit, and satisfy your desire for a healthier life. We offer the tools, programs, support and friendships to help you thrive. Our multidimensional approach to wellness includes 6 components:
There are ample opportunities for physical activity including: competitive water volleyball and aqua classes in our indoor pool; instructor-led courses and Quantum hydraulic fitness equipment in our wellness center; and croquet, shuffleboard and billiards around our community.
People need social interaction, and here, you’ll find as much as you like: bridge, poker and art clubs, organized trips to concerts and area fairs, even happy hours.
Your spiritual well-being is important to us. Our community is a Christian organization originally founded by the Presbyterian church and is open to people of all faiths and backgrounds. Aberdeen Heights provides a variety of opportunities to establish and strengthen your spirituality. Whether offering an opening prayer at a community gathering, conducting a special worship service or sending a personal note to welcome a new resident to the community, our Chaplain meets each resident and staff member wherever they are in their own faith or spiritual journey.
Continually charge and recharge your mental batteries through author presentations, our special speaker series, book clubs and numerous other classes.
Whether tapping into a new talent or expanding your artistic side, express yourself with classes and activities held in the Arts & Crafts Room. Or be inspired by the Art is Ageless® program, where residents and other area seniors exhibit their work through its art show.
Join our resident-led subcommittee to volunteer at our assisted living residences in The Glen, at nearby Robinson Elementary School and/or with Meramec Community College.
Resident subcommittees have a say in what happens on the monthly social and activities calendar and influence many areas such as nutrition and dining, wellness, volunteering and physical fitness.