Here are excerpts from keynote speaker Darlene Cullivan, community engagement manager of Eskaton.
Eskaton is honored to be recognized by the readers of the Press Tribune. We’ve received three awards: Best In-Home Care, Best Assisted Living and Best Senior Community. For the last 22 years, Gold Country Media has recognized local businesses in our region. The six newspapers publish a ballot during April and May each year. There are over 100 categories per publication. Votes are tallied and over 2,700 votes were cast in Roseville and Granite Bay in 2018. One of our winning services is Live Well at Home by Eskaton.
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Eskaton, a nonprofit organization serving seniors for 50 years is recognized by LeadingAge California for best practices, innovation and advocacy. LeadingAge California, the state’s leading advocate for quality, not-for-profit senior living and care, honored Eskaton with Best Practices/Innovation and Grassroots Advocate of the Year awards.
Each year Eskaton honors its passionate and dedicated volunteers at a special celebration event. Over 2,700 dedicated volunteers contributed 63,000 hours of their valuable time assisting seniors in 2017 alone.
Ride Rite from Virginia Tech earned the winning title at the 2017-2018 Design Challenge at Stanford Center for Longevity. The innovative bike handle designed for older adults captured the attention of the judges and attendees at the April 18, 2018, event. Among the judges were Eskaton’s President and CEO Todd Murch and Chief Strategy Officer Sheri Peifer.
Sacramento, CA - Eskaton, a nonprofit community-based organization serving seniors in the Greater Sacramento area for 50 years, is launching a groundbreaking technology solution for seniors living at Eskaton Monroe Lodge, 3225 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento, California.
Are you looking for a way to learn about valuable senior resources in your area? Look no further than Eskaton's annual wellness fair. For the last 23 years Eskaton Village Carmichael has connected our residents and seniors in the community with businesses and services who are the best at what they do.
Sacramento, CA (April 2018) -- Eskaton partners with California Conservation Corps, Pride Industries, CCC Foundation and Alta California Regional Center to help train people with disabilities.
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ROSEVILLE, Calif., -- Eskaton, a nonprofit provider of senior services celebrating 50 years in Northern California, recently launched a groundbreaking technology solution at Eskaton Village Roseville. “Eskaton Connect will turn senior living apartments into smart homes allowing each resident to manage their day-to-day activities,” said Sheri Peifer, Eskaton senior vice president and chief strategy officer. “We partnered with K4Connect to customize its platform for our residents to use to turn on and off lights, set reminders, track fitness, video call family and much more.”