East Avenue Program
Stay active, social and focused on a healthier senior lifestyle
Eileen Malloy Desormeaux, Neighborhood Program member, reinvented herself after retiring
Exercise, fun and friendship. These are three ingredients that enhance the lives of people as they grow older, based on multiple clinical studies. In fact, staying active and maintaining social networks are proven to be essential to healthy aging. That’s why Episcopal SeniorLife Communities introduced our Neighborhood Programs for seniors back in 2012, now six programs strong. Each program is open to all seniors who live nearby, not just ESLC residents. These programs are part of our commitment to serve seniors wherever they live in Monroe County, and promote health and wellness through a tailored balance program, nutrition education, strength training, informative presentations and other senior activities. The programs bring seniors into a social network and help to improve their strength, endurance and balance—all while making life more fun and active. Take a look at our latest program schedules and join us today.
Hear more about our neighborhood programs available through Episcopal SeniorLife Communities.