Eskaton is managing Altavita Village, a nonprofit continuing care retirement community, in Riverside, California. Altavita Village offers a comprehensive array of services on a 220-acre campus.
Eskaton partners with Silicon Valley start-up Stack Care, a simple LED light bulb with motion-sensing capabilities. STACK is the first responsive lighting solution based on circadian rhythms. Tested initially in an independent community, residents reported improvements in sleep quality, daytime alertness, and energy levels. A larger pilot is planned for mid-2017.
Live Well at Home by Eskaton non-medical home care, launched in 2015, is providing over 12,000 hours of home care each month to older adults in Greater Sacramento. Live Well received The Best of me Care® Employer of Choice Award, putting it in the top 3% of home care agencies nationally for caregiver satisfaction.
The Live Well at Home Fall Prevention Pilot program, funded by Mercy San Juan Medical Center, enrolled 91 community-dwelling participants over 65 years of age. Participants experienced a reduction in falls and hospitalizations, as well as improvement in overall quality of life.
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.
The Trousdale, opening in early 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. The sales office opens June 1, 2017.
Eskaton Home Healthcare received a perfect survey from the Department of Public Health for zero deficiencies. This award reflects the professionalism and integrity of the Eskaton staff and the excellent service they provide.
Three Eskaton staff members graduated from the LeadingAge California EMERGE Leadership Program.