Residents at Woodridge experience a vibrant community life with many activities scheduled throughout each day and plenty of special events to look forward to, such as our annual Pumpkin Glow and Arts and Crafts Fair. Residents also have the opportunity to attend fun outings to area attractions, such as the Tunbridge Fair, Groton State Forest, and Lake Champlain...not to mention our creemee runs!
We are fortunate to have a wide variety of musicians, local students and community members who come to Woodridge and share their talents, offering a variety of enriching experiences and interactions.
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The quality of life for our patients is also enhanced through the contributions of dozens of dedicated volunteers who assist on a daily basis. Whether it is a friendly visit, a game of cards or as leaders to some of our great programs, our volunteers are an essential part of life at Woodridge. To find out more about how to volunteer at Woodridge, click here.
A Day in the Life
Daily life at Woodridge is full of a variety of activities, with something for everyone. We provide a monthly activity calendar to each resident to keep them informed of our regular daily activities as well as special upcoming events. Friends and families are always welcome to visit and attend our special events.
A Sample Day
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Breakfast
9:15 a.m. Coffee Time Social: Enjoy a fresh cup of coffee, chat and/or read the newspaper in our Benjamin Falls dining room
10:30 a.m. Activity Time: Two activity options are offered each day, such as Ceramics, Brain Builders Trivia, Exercise Class, What’s Cooking, Remember When, Wii Fun, Dice Fun, Music, and more.
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Dinner
2:00 p.m. Activity Time: Structured activities, typically consisting of games or performances such as Bingo, Poker, LCR Game, Woodridge Choir Sing-Alongs, or Spiritual Gatherings
4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Supper
6:30 p.m. Once or twice a week evening activities such as Bingo, or our monthly Cocktail Hour and Movie Night
When there is not a structured group happening, we have a computer (handicap adapted) in the lobby, jigsaw puzzles, a mobile library cart—and don’t forget Companion Radio, our radio satellite programming that is geared for our nursing home population’s enjoyment. Shopping trips to the mall are also scheduled on a regular basis.