At Citadel, we are always striving to make improvements. From our innovative therapeutic programs to our state of the art medical services, our goal is to provide an unparalleled standard of care.

Join us as we reflect on an eventful month! 

As we reach the middle of Autumn, it’s normal for all of us to start feeling some form of cabin fever. This can intensify when you’re in a temporary assisted living setting, waiting to go home.


Our top priority is to help rehabilitate our residents so they can go on to lead rich, independent lives. But in the meantime, our dedicated staff has been working tirelessly to help our residents adjust to changing temperatures and routines.


This month, we were proud to offer twice as many art classes than usual. Many different research studies show that art has the ability to reduce depression and anxiety in older adults. Plus, it gives our residents a creative outlet and the ability to socialize.


Residents gathered around the table for more than arts and crafts! Table games like roulette, bingo, and blackjack have proven to be extremely popular this October.


We increased the frequency of our music appreciation classes and sang along with new friends.

Memories were made and friendships were formed over delicious buttermilk birthday cake.

 All in all, Citadel Kingsbridge is adjusting quite well to colder temperatures! We’re excited to see what November brings for our residents and their families. 

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