Becoming a partner with the Arden Fair Mall and Inside Track was an easy choice for Eskaton. Eskaton cares about the vibrancy of the Sacramento Region and if we’re able to help make exercise an important part of everyone’s daily routine through education and public awareness, we’re happy to do so.
Inside Track, a program created by Arden Fair Mall, attracts walkers of all ages to walk together, or solo, in a temperature controlled environment year round. Inside Track also provides health topics and resources to its members.
Eskaton's multi-community rollout of K4Community highlights its continued commitment to providing life-enriching programs and innovative health and wellness initiatives for residents. The deployment will offer the latest in “connected-life” technology to over 1,000 residents, beginning with Eskaton Village Roseville in early 2018. Other Eskaton locations that will benefit from K4Community Eskaton Connect in 2018 include The Trousdale in the Bay Area Peninsula region, Eskaton Monroe Lodge in Sacramento, Eskaton Village Carmichael and Eskaton Lodge Granite Bay. Additional Eskaton communities in Cameron Park, Gold River, Grass Valley, Placerville and Orangevale will follow soon thereafter.
Eskaton brings Senior Living and In-Home Care to the Masonic Value Network. During business hours, please call 1-866-ESKATON and speak to our Resource Specialist about campus living options.
For home care support and a FREE care assessment call our Live Well at Home staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 916-459-3220.
Masonic Homes of California is proud to include Eskaton as part of its Masonic Value Network, which is designed to help Masons and their wives, widows and children find the best senior living and care options in California.
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Eskaton and SMUD recently completed a multiple stage pilot to test STACK, a new LED smart sensor lighting system at Eskaton Monroe Lodge.
Stack is working on the world’s first responsive lighting platform that offers occupancy and ambient light sensing in addition to the comfort and safety of automated circadian lighting.
Eskaton was the first aging service organization in Sacramento to adopt state of the art motion-sensor technology in their communities in 2011. QuietCare, developed by the GE/Intel collaboration Care Innovations, integrated a series of discreet “smart sensors,” throughout each apartment to identify any changes in routine and help care partners anticipate and respond with appropriate, timely assistance. Eskaton installed this smart sensor technology in over 800 apartments and utilized the benefits of the technology for nearly 8 years to enhance the health and wellbeing of those who live at Eskaton.