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Eaton Senior Communities offers annual REACH (Residents Engaging in Authentic Conversations on Health) interviews to all residents, using a proprietary questionnaire, to identify resident needs, provide linkages to services, collect data for program improvement and research projects, and collaborate with residents to create a Wellness Plan for the next year.

Individual Wellness Coaching is offered, at no cost, through a partnership with Metropolitan State University of Denver. Each semester, MSU interns practice their coaching skills while Eaton residents benefit from this one-on-one support to reach their health and wellness goals.

Eaton’s Wellness Program provides an atmosphere of encouragement with an emphasis on keeping residents healthy and in charge of their own well-being.

See the current wellness schedule

Wellness Services

Eaton Senior Communities partners with Legacy Healthcare Services to ensure each resident has support to maintain the highest levels of function and independence. Legacy leads two exercise classes each week, evaluates residents referred to them after falls, and offers personal training in the Fitness Center.

  • Exercise Classes
  • Annual Wellness Interviews
  • Basic Health Screening
  • 24-Hour Fitness Center
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies
  • HealthSET Clinics, sponsored by Centura Health
  • Massage Therapy, by appointment
  • On-site Dermatology, Podiatry, Mammography, Audiology and Eye Exams
  • Flu Shot Clinic subsidized by Eaton Senior Communities Foundation
  • Low-vision Support Groups
  • iPad Classes – micro-loans available to help with purchase

Life Enrichment

The Life Enrichment Program at Eaton Senior Communities offers a full calendar of educational and social events.

  • Balcony and Raised Planter Gardening
  • Bingo
  • Birthday Parties
  • Crafts Classes
  • Happy Hour
  • Holiday Parties
  • Low-Vision Education
  • Museum Visits
  • Restaurant Visits
  • Shopping Trips
  • Summer School
  • Trivia Contests


Eaton Senior Communities offers restaurant-style dining in a communal dining room. This program can meet most dietary requirements and provides an opportunity for residents to socialize and make new friends.

Lunch and dinner are served weekdays. On the weekend, a limited menu, “Grab and Go” meals plus a small store are available. Room service is also available for a small fee.

Mission & Ministry

Eaton’s Mission & Ministry Department offers a variety of supportive services to current and former residents. Rev. Jim Ward, Director of Mission & Ministry, and Jeanne Henderson, Resident Advocate, give encouragement, respect and nurturing for the meaningful faith tradition that has sustained each resident throughout his or her life. Visits to residents (on- and off-site) provide individual support.

“Caring Connection” matches friendly visitors to Eaton residents and provides social support. Eaton’s founder, West Alameda Community Baptist Church, holds Sunday morning services that are led by Rev. Ward on-site. People of all faith traditions are welcome.

Other components of this program include:

  • Weekly Bible Study
  • Weekly Prayer and Share
  • Weekly Talk Back after the Sunday service
  • Quarterly Memorial Services
  • Summer School – educational sessions with field trips
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