Sensory Outings Company is an Alzheimer's Montessori activitiies program for groups of early to late stage Alzhiemer's. Supplement your activities with Sensory Engagement: one-on-one interaction, maximum engagement, no boredom, plenty to do, cognition interaction, and self-worth.
The happy and engaged residents are from three assisted living facilities.
Sensory Engagement professionals will visit assisted living facilities, assisted living residential homes, and family homes. Our professionals bring all activities and supplies and you provide your residents, tables and chairs.
Montessori activities themes that Sensory Engagement provide: Words & Numbers, Kitchen Activities, Men’s Work Area, Maps & Countries, Arts & Crafts, Sports & Games.
What we offer:
- Co-ed Group: We bring different activity themes for men and women to do (early to late stage Alzheimer’s).
- Men’s Club: Men’s work area include build-a-box, nuts & bolts, pipes & tubes, tool matching, wrenches & screws, mini-baseball bat sanding, wood duck polishing, flash light repair, poker chips sorts, golf club polished, globe & maps, golf ball & mini-muffin tin plus more.
- Women’s League: Women’s themes include Arts & Crafts, Kitchen Activities or Words & Numbers.
Call now (303.717.5134) or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and ask about our prices.
"Thank you Sensory Outings for fulfilling the spirit of our men and bringing back those memories for them to enjoy."
- Michelle Audet from Juniper Village at Aurora (March 7, 2017)
Sensory Outings Company is insured.
Here is a sample of where we go: Almost Like Home (Arvada), Aspen Hills (Littleton), Assured Assisted Living (Castle Rock), Atria Park at Applewood, CLC Adult Day Program at Clermont Park (Denver), Gardens at Columbine (Littleton), Gardens at Quail (Arvada), Metzler Memory Care (Castle Rock), Millbrook Homes (Centennial), MorningStar at Littleton, Peakveiw (Centennial), San Marino (Westminster), Sierra Center Care (Lakewood), and Willowbrook Place (Littleton). The Alzheimer's Association of Denver loves what we do