Over 700 Eskaton participants collaborated on a project focused on expanding possibilities for people living with cognitive change. A new educational model that involves staff and family learning from people living with dementia was launched.
A dynamic campaign elevating fall prevention awareness and education reached thousands. In partnership with the local PBS affiliate, Eskaton helped produce the documentary “Before the Fall,” wrote and published “Balance” the accompanying workbook, and held 22 educational events across Northern California.
The Trousdale, opening in July 2018, will offer an engaging lifestyle and innovative experience for older adults living in the Peninsula region. The Trousdale is owned by the Peninsula Health Care District and managed by Eskaton.
Eskaton partnered with technology startup K4 Connect to offer residents Eskaton Connect, a groundbreaking amenity designed to make their lives simpler, healthier and happier. This next-generation responsive technology integrates smart lighting and home controls, resident / family member apps, messaging and access to community news.
Eskaton Kids Connection has scaled to 31 Eskaton communities and classrooms. Over 1,500 residents and every year and build meaningful relationships for a lifetime.
Live Well at Home by Eskaton, non-medical home care, launched in 2015. It generated $3.4 million in revenue last year, provided over 10,800 hours of monthly home care and achieved nearly 90% client and staff satisfaction. Live Well also started a Caregiver Academy to educate and train care partners.
Eskaton is in discussions with InnovAge to form a joint venture PACE partnership. InnovAge is the largest national provider of the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). Their vision aligns with Eskaton’s to bring affordable PACE services to Sacramento to enable older adults to live life independently.
Cathy Sailor, Eskaton vice president of affordable housing, received the Grassroots Advocate Award from LeadingAge California. This award is presented to the member who goes above and beyond the call of duty to inspire grassroots activism and makes a significant sacrifice of time and talent to promote public policy.
Eskaton began a management services relationship with O’Connor Woods CCRC located in Stockton, California, in October 2017. O’Connor Woods serves more than 460 residents each day.
Eskaton communities throughout Northern California treated employees and residents to events that included 50th anniversary memorabilia, parties and historical facts about Eskaton’s previous 50 years.