Eskaton achieved Great Place to Work® Certification with nearly 1,300 employees completing the survey. This certification spans across all industries to evaluate the workplace culture of an organization. More than 60 elements of team members’ on-the-job experiences were evaluated. These included employee pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning. Team members embrace our nonprofit difference and feel their job has special meaning.
Twenty spacious assisted living residences will be built on five acres on the Eskaton Village Carmichael campus. Construction will begin in early 2020, bringing more supportive services to campus residents.
Live Well at Home nonmedical home care services partnered with Honor Care Network to expand in Northern California. In February, Live Well at Home expanded to Stockton and in the summer of 2019, services will expand to the mid-Peninsula. By partnering with Honor, Live Well at Home has access to a larger pool of trained Care Pros to fill client shifts.
In partnership with the owner, Peninsula Health Care District, Eskaton opened the 124-apartment assisted living and memory care community on December 26, 2018.
Also in partnership with the Peninsula Health Care District, Eskaton manages The Trousdale Wellness and Fitness Center.
Set to begin construction in North Sacramento this summer, is a 37,000 square foot center designed to provide comprehensive services to Sacramento’s most frail, older adults who need an alternative to nursing care. It will provide customized healthcare and social engagement to older adults to help them remain independent.
Launched in February 2019, Eskaton Care Center Manzanita and Kaiser began a pilot program to serve Kaiser’s most complex patients who have needs that fall between acute and traditional skilled nursing. The program will serve up to 40 patients in a specialized program focused on stabilization during a short stay before they return home.
Aiming to affiliate with Eskaton, The Reutlinger Community is a continuing care retirement community serving approximately 200 residents in Danville, California. The affiliation focuses on strengthening core operations, providing expertise and support to The Reutlinger team and upholding the community’s Jewish values and heritage. Expanding additional services to The Reutlinger’s market area, such as home care, will also be a strategic initiative.
Through our partnership with K4 Connect, five Eskaton Lodges and Villages are now outfitted with smart home lighting, motion sensing and a resident communication portal to increase the connection between residents, family and staff. Recently, Eskaton Village Roseville added voice-first technology with the Alexa Dot. Residents can now control their smart home with their voice.