Assisted Living Residence
Assisted Living Residence
Memory Care Residence
Skilled Nursing Care Residence
Which residence is right for you?
We have residences for every level of care on the Menorah Park Campus. Find out which one is right for you.
See why life at Menorah Park is different.
Our world-class service and care makes Menorah Park the premier provider for adults
as they age.
Explore our services:
From physical therapies to memory care, we offer a range of services to our community and beyond.
Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center
Learning a new skill, trying a new hobby, or simply enjoying a fun evening painting with friends are just a few of the creative, educational, and innovative programs offered to residents and program participants on the Menorah Park campus. We believe that learning and creativity are not bound by age.
Menorah Park is proud of the many innovative, award-winning opportunities that enable our campus community to exercise their minds and stimulate thought, nurture their creative selves and engage in current arts trends; all in the ways in which they choose. We know that, in general, these activities provide several health benefits, enhance quality of life and nurture overall well-being.
Each residence has its own creative arts center, where people engage in creative writing and a variety of art projects from ceramics to painting to whatever strikes their creative fancy. Our staff works diligently to cultivate unique opportunities for residents and tenants to create. Annually, tenants and residents showcase their talents at a Campus Art and Writing Exhibit.
Special Wine and Paint Nights with instruction by a local artist provide each participant a fun social experience and their own masterpiece to hang in their apartments or give as a gift.
For details on any of the variety of creative programs, contact the activities staff member at the residence of interest.
Several lifelong learning programs provide an expansive variety of enlightening and stimulating opportunities for the campus community.
The David P. Miller Computer Center is senior friendly and offers independent access to the digital world to all campus residents. The Center is located just off the back lobby area of Menorah Park across from Pearl’s Place Snack Shop and is open 24 hours each day for independent computer use. Individualized classes are offered free of charge and staff is available weekdays from noon to 4:00 p.m.
This award-winning program provides students the opportunity to be learn and interact with instructors from across the country and the globe without ever leaving campus. Computer technology enables the broadcast of live classes on a large screen. Instructors and students can see and speak to each other. Students view interesting sites and materials from the instructor’s location at venues such as art museums, chamber music groups, planetariums, science centers and more each week at all residential locations.
Rose Institute for Life Long Learning is a campus college program available to residents, program participants and their families. It offers a choice of six to eight classes per semester, covering diverse topics ranging from famous first ladies in American history to Yiddish humor. Classes are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons from 2:00 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. in the Miller Boardroom at Menorah Park. There is a nominal fee for this program.
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Looking for something to do?
Our Campus calendar has something for everyone.
Peace of mind for your loved one
With over 40 years of experience, the Mandel Adult Day Care Center is the perfect place for your loved one.
"Much of what you see happening at Menorah Park would not be possible without donor support. Charlotte’s Tai Chi class at the R.H. Myers Apartments wouldn’t happen. Andrew would be in his room without his specialized power wheelchair. Rita would have to be in the nursing home without the activities..."
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