Open Arms believes that structured activities are one of the most overlooked essentials in life and are vital to an individual’s physical & mental health. Without structured activities, we begin to lose sight of the joy and meaning in life—our purpose, our identity. This is especially true for our seniors and adults who on a daily basis face complications of chronic medical conditions that make it difficult to do things they once loved and enjoyed.
At Open Arms, we strive to create an activity program that promotes positive aging and adult development. We believe that when our structured activity program serves to enrich the lives of our members, with this philosophy in mind, it will not only have protective effects against unnecessary physical, emotional and cognitive declines that come with aging but will also create a culture of creative expression, healing, growth and new learning for our members.