Houston Senior Care & Campus Life
At Seven Acres we value the preciousness and sacredness of all life. We devote all of our resources to ensuring Houston senior care exists for those in need of long-term or skilled nursing, enabling them to live their best life possible.
Activities, Celebrations, and Spiritual Life
We make Seven Acres a wonderful place to call home. Our network of senior care provides assisted living, memory support, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation, all on one convenient campus. Friendly, supportive staff help each resident access convenient services and amenities, so they may stay energized and active – feeling alive and valued. Each day, our full social calendar offers an array of activities designed to meet varied interests and individual needs.
Socialization and the warmth of a community helps our residents feel right at home in this chapter of their life story.
Activities designed to meet a variety of interests provide stimulation based upon the residents’ individual needs. Socialization − an important focus at Seven Acres – ensures every resident has the opportunity to enjoy life, make friends, learn and have something to look forward to each day. Many tell us that they have never been so busy!
Activities, Programs, and Social Opportunities
- Art classes
- Cooking classes
- Beading classes
- A variety of musical programming and music therapy
- Pet Therapy
- Group exercises
- Mah Jongg
- Visits from students from schools and youth groups
- Off-campus trips
There’s always something new and different!
In recognition of Seven Acres’ Jewish Heritage, we offer:
- Morning Traditional minyan, seven days a week, facilitated by a group of dedicated volunteers. Members of the community are always welcome to join our residents every morning at 8:45 A.M.
- Reform evening services are offered every other Friday night as well as annual High Holiday services in the Traditional and Reform tradition.
- A traditional Passover Seder service and meal takes place every Spring with family and guests always invited.
- All Jewish Festivals are observed including Hanukah, Purim, Passover, Shavuot, High Holidays, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah.
- A full-time chaplain is on staff during the week to meet residents’ and families’ needs.
Join Our Volunteer Family!
Seven Acres’ volunteers are family and community members of all ages, who graciously and generously give of their time to brighten and enhance the lives of our residents. Our volunteers perform countless acts of loving kindness on a daily basis. The staff and residents welcome volunteer support and appreciate the positive effect it has on the overall atmosphere that is created by their service.
Numerous volunteer opportunities are available to assist the staff and residents in a variety of projects and tasks, all designed to enhance quality of life. By volunteering, you show our residents how much you care while helping to create the extended family that sustains them.
Whatever your interests or skills, we’ll find a meaningful way to put you to work. Whether it’s helping with recreational activities, teaching arts & crafts, reading books or providing companionship, getting to know our residents is a richly rewarding experience for those who give their time at Seven Acres.
We also offer a “Mitzvah Volunteer Program” to students who are in their Bar/Bat Mitzvah years and to high school students as a means of fulfilling their community service requirements. Students can get involved with various volunteer opportunities such as mail delivery and Bingo during after school hours and on weekends.
Your help is needed in any of these areas:
For more information regarding volunteer opportunities, please contact Jill Newman, Director of Life Enrichment and Volunteer Services, at 713-778-5782 or email@example.com
Quality of life matters to all of us, no matter our age or physical challenges. At Seven Acres, residents find a full community to meet all their needs for comfort, self-esteem and enjoyment, including: