The Solheim Blog (www.solheimlutheran.org/wordpress) publishes news and information of interest to seniors and their loved ones looking for up to date information on continuing care, residential living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing with a slice of life fun!
Solheim — which means “sun home,” in Norwegian — is definitely bright in its outlook, providing a vital life for seniors. The Solheim Blog highlights the activities of seniors engaged in a full-range of activities that enrich body, mind and spirit. Exercise classes, Spanish class, arts and crafts, bridge games, genealogy class, spelling tournaments, yoga, book club, breakfast club, men’s club, computer class, and Bible study classes are just some of the activities to be detailed on the new blog. Solheim boasts 8 activity directors specializing in organizing lectures, classes, concerts, crafts and outings for all four levels of care.
Solheim Lutheran Home (www.solheimlutheran.org/) strives to reach beyond maintenance of physical health for seniors. Our commitment to our residents is to provide an abundant life with love, peace, dignity and security. When illness or injury reduces the ability to enjoy or participate in an active life, our goal is to help our residents to maintain as much independence and comfort as possible.
With excellent memory care and skilled nursing, Solheim is ready to serve the more frail adult as he or she ages, and we’re poised to enhance the life of all senior residents.
Solheim has a wheelchair friendly bus to transport residents throughout the greater Los Angeles area, to entertainment such as the LA Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl, concerts in the park, Nixon Library, Dana Point, Monrovia Canyon Park and Descanso Gardens.
Solheim posts upcoming events open to seniors and people of all ages on their main website (www.solheimlutheran.org) and regularly posts news and information of interest to seniors on the new Solheim Blog (www.solheimlutheran.org/wordpress).
The “Solheim experience” would not be complete without our “minitherapists,” Ole, Chevy, Hank and Snickers, our “on staff” dogs. The impact of these animals on the health of our entire Solheim community has been a perfect expression of the benefits of human/animal contact and interaction.