At Fox Trail Assisted Living, there is no typical day. Our residents have the same basic needs now as they did when they when they were living on their own. We pride ourselves in allowing our senior's day to have both planned and scheduled activities, while also personalizing some individual activities to each resident's unique needs. Our goal is to ensure every resident has something to look forward to each day. That's why we pull from past experiences and share those interests with the entire assisted living community.
With time on their hands, seniors living alone can feel isolated from the rest of the world. Not at Fox Trail Senior Living communities. Our communities allow seniors to learn and grow by enjoying every day. We offer a blend of on and off-site activities, so individual residents feel they have a choice of things to do. From physical activities that encourage movement, exercise and touch to creative activities that stimulate the brain and entertain, our goal is to add to a senior's day by providing time to laugh, have fun, engage with others and live life to the fullest.
Our Favorite Activities Include:
- Health and wellness programing
- Group exercise activities
- Hand massages
- Movement and music
- Pet therapy
- Tea parties
- Themed dinners and celebrations
- Visiting volunteers
- Girl Scout and Boy Scout troop visits
- Arts & Crafts
- Religious devotional
- Musician performances
- Wii games
Our Favorite Off-Site Activities Include:
- Movie theatre
- Car shows
- Holiday excursions
When we met with the personnel at Fox Trail Memory Care Living at Paramus, we couldn't believe how homey and clean it was. We were so excited that my father was going to go and be a resident there. They have home cooked meals, they do activities with the residents, they involve the family in activities also. Plus, the cost per month is substantially lower than other facilities in the area almost by half. In the end, however, my father couldn't stay there as he needed more advanced care in a more traditional secured nursing home as his dementia has become more advanced. We were very disappointed that he had to leave. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a place for their loved one. Fox Trail is a good place for residents that aren't considered a "security threat" and are pretty docile, which my father wasn't. It wasn't enough to cover my father's care and needs.
— M. Demps