Eskaton's robust Employee Wellness Program was once again the recipient of the Sacramento Business Journal's 2016 Healthiest Employer award.
Eskaton Kids Connection is now in 28 Eskaton communities. Six years ago we had one class in one community. With the expansion of classrooms and communities, the camaraderie and engagement of the "buddies" exceed 1,000 participants per year.
Eight Eskaton communities received awards for being best among their competitors for services provided.
Eskaton launched Live Well at Home’s dementia home care services for the Greater Sacramento region, including Placer and El Dorado Counties.
Live Well at Home Care Management and Dignity Health's Mercy San Juan Medical Center are collaborating on a project focused on increased care coordination, prevention of falls and mitigation of acute care visits.
Construction is underway for The Trousdale, assisted living and memory care in Burlingame, CA. Scheduled to open in 2018, The Trousdale is owned by Peninsula Health Care District and managed by Eskaton.
Eskaton extended support services to three stand-alone nonprofit organizations: O'Connor Woods, St. John's Village and Paradise Valley Estates.
Eskaton residents are sparking new connections using innovative therapeutic music programs. Music can shift mood, manage stress, stimulate positive interactions and support brain health. Trained facilitators have lead over 835 musical journeys that include trips across the globe, American cinema, show tunes and more.
Eskaton Care Center Fair Oaks received a payment award from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in recognition of its high quality standards and outcomes. This exemplifies the quality care and services provided to residents and patients.
Eskaton Adult Day Health Center Carmichael received a zero deficiency survey by the Department of Healthcare Service