L’Chaim provides a variety of programs that help our clients maintain their health and well-being while they create friendships and have fun! L’Chaim’s programs provide physical, cognitive, spiritual and social activities.

Sample daily schedule at L’Chaim

Sample daily activities incorporate physical, cognitive, spiritual and social programs.

9:30 – 10:00 am
10:00 – 10:30 am
10:40 – 11:20 am
11:30 – 12:00 pm
12:00 – 1:00 pm
1:00 – 2:00 pm
2:00 – 3:00 pm
Arrival, light breakfast service, juice, tea/coffee & toast
News and Views
Chair exercises
Cognitive activity, word games, Jewish trivia
Delicious Kosher 3-course meal cooked on premises
Musical concert  / intergenerational program
Bowling or Bag Toss

This is a sample schedule and is subject to change.


L’Chaim provides many opportunities to stimulate our brainpower! Every morning begins with News and Views that keeps us up to date as to what is happening in the world. We have programs that involve word games, trivia, puzzles and new learning. We even have a Tablet for our clients to use for brain games!

Word Play, Trivia News & Views, Health talk, Art with artists, Slideshows, Reminiscing, Card & Board Games, Build a Story, Birthday Bingo, Crosswords


Daily exercises are provided to help with balance, strength and maintaining the ability to perform daily tasks. L’Chaim also has fun physical games such as bowling, hockey and bocce ball.

Daily Chair Fitness class, Bowling, Hockey, Balloon Badminton, Dancing, Mini-Putt, Hoop Shots, Bean Bag Toss, Wii Games, Fishing Derby, Bocce Ball.


L’Chaim provides an atmosphere and programs that encourages and nurtures friendships. We join with others in the community for barbeques, concerts and lectures. Intergenerational programs provide regular visits from pre-schoolers as well as teenagers.

Laugh Out Loud, Multi-generational, Bus trips locally, YouTube, Sing-a-long, Programs with JCC Seniors, Baking, Storytelling, Concerts in Care, Gardening, Library reading


L’Chaim is immersed in the richness of Jewish traditions and values. Every Friday ends with Kabbalat Shabbat services. Holidays are celebrated with sampling of traditional Jewish foods, discussion in forms of trivia or guest speakers, special baking programs, and creative art projects. Shabbat service, History of Jews, Talking Torah, Shabbat with kids, Jewish Trivia, Local Cantor and Rabbi visits, Yiddish Music, Jewish traditions, Holiday Meals, Music requests, Meditation