Social & Recreational Activities

Activities go a long way in assisting the healing process for those involved in rehabilitation. We make it a priority to keep residents engaged and active to the fullest extent possible. Short-term and long-term residents alike enjoy a comprehensive list of social and recreational activities designed to keep hands nimble, bodies moving, minds active, and spirits up.

Activities:

  • Exercise and Fitness Classes
  • Educational and Cultural Programming
  • Professional Entertainment
  • Social Gatherings
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Study Groups
  • Games and Contests
  • Intergenerational Activities
  • Pet Visits
  • Blood Drives
  • Health Screenings
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Holiday Celebrations

At Bellevue Health & Rehabilitation, we provide your loved one with the warmth of home during the holidays with several holiday celebrations and events. We know just how important social activities with family, staff, and other residents are and strive to create a variety of fun celebrations to commemorate each season.

Events:

  • Monthly Birthday Parties
  • Easter Egg Hunts
  • Trick-or-Treat Halloween Party
  • Thanksgiving Meal
  • Christmas Party with Families
  • Parades
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“I want to express my appreciation and gratitude for your help with my Mom. She has grown so very close to a couple of your caregivers. Everyone is so prompt and considerate of her needs. It’s comforting to know I have people who I can count on.”

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“Bellevue was a great experience for my dad. We were in the skilled nursing/rehab center. He enjoyed the staff. The food was good. They made every effort to make him comfortable. After we left, the staff continued to help with the transitions we needed help with at home. I would recommend this facility to anyone.”

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