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Join a card game or attend a musical performance. Go for a hike. See a film. Learn a new skill, or share your talents. Whatever your passion is, our dedicated staff are eager to help you age successfully with a variety of engaging opportunities. From classes and day trips to campus-wide celebrations, there’s always something to do at Acacia Creek.

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The Fremont Symphony Comes to Acacia Creek!

On Sunday, September 29, we were delighted to host the Fremont Symphony Orchestra, prospective residents, and friends for A Taste of Broadway, an after noon of music and wine at our beautiful campus!   The first performance of the Symphony’s 2018-2019 concert season – for which many of us hold season tickets – is...

Aging Well By Giving Back

When describing the experience of living at Acacia Creek, residents often include the word “family.” Acacia Creek’s welcoming culture gives residents an opportunity for camaraderie, community involvement, and peace of mind.   A Charitable Lifestyle Resident Joseph Elleard was 86 when he and his wife, Gladys, moved to Acacia Creek. As they weighed their...

Easy Tips to Inspire Joy

As almost anyone what they could use more of and there answer is likely to be: happiness. We all want more joy in our lives. And engendering feelings of joy may be easier than you think. The next time you’re feeling down, try these simple tips to boost your mood and overall sense of...

Acts of Kindness

Someone once told me that civility is being tolerant of others, compassion is understanding the plight of others, and love is not seeing them as “other.” Spreading love and acceptance can be as simple as making a genuine effort to show kindness to others. Acts of kindness don’t require an extraordinary effort on our...

Fitness Is Possible at Every Age

There are many myths and misconceptions when it comes to older adults and fitness. Some people are afraid of getting hurt, falling, or being too sore – and others believe it’s too late for them to get in shape. But exercise offers a variety of benefits for people of all ages, regardless of mobility...

Live Better by Seeing the Best

How much does attitude affect our overall wellness? From what I have observed and from what studies suggest, those who see the glass as half-full may be receiving health benefits.   Research has shown that people with positive views on aging are 44 percent more likely to fully recover from a severe medical setback...

When It’s Time to Change, Rearrange

Although change can sometimes bring challenges, change is a fact of life – and it is essential for us to adopt skills for navigating it. Learning how to ride the tide of change and to use changing circumstances as a means to achieve personal growth is an essential component of successful aging. The Brady...

Bringing People Together

Strong social relationships are a key component of successful living. It can sometimes be difficult for us to develop and nurture relationships though in today’s world where many people feel polarized by divergent viewpoints. Clear, compassionate communication is needed to break down the “us versus them” mentality.   Each of us is responsible for...

When We Believe, We Can Achieve

Someone once told me, “If you dwell on your limitations, you will keep them.” These words helped me to understand where I was not open to change. I realized that if I let myself give in to habitual negative thoughts, I would be keeping myself stuck in negative situations. This has helped me to...

Let’s Get Musical

Music can be a very helpful addition to your exercise routine. Just like when you’re listening to the radio and your favorite song comes on, it excites you and makes you want to move. Using this feeling of excitement in your workout can help get your heart rate pumping.   So, how exactly does...