Engaging Communities With Social Activities
Older adults living on their own are often at risk for isolation and loneliness. At The Pillars of Prospect Park, our goal is to foster a sense of community for our residents while providing an opportunity to participate in activities. Our community provides opportunities for creative expression, meaningful discussion, entertaining speakers, and a chance to give back to those in need.
We incorporate the seven components of wellness (emotional, physical, intellectual, spiritual, social, environmental, and occupational) into our activities calendar. Our goal is to engage each and every resident by providing a wide variety of social events.
the pillars child care
Our on-site child care allows for unique intergenerational programming which offers opportunities to engage with children through activities like reading, stroller rides and rocking infants.
Enjoy the benefits of intergenerational program today, by signing up for our Pen Pal Program!
University Of Minnesota Alumni Association
Residents at The Pillars of Prospect Park will enjoy a Life Membership to the official community of the UMAA (University of Minnesota Alumni Association). Membership to the UMAA provides special access and programming for residents, connecting them to University offerings— such as travel and educational opportunities.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
OLLI at the University of Minnesota (OLLI at the UMN) is part of the University’s College of Continuing and Professional Studies and belongs to a national network of 124 Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes supported by the Bernard Osher Foundation.
OLLI’s mission is to provide its membership of dedicated lifelong learners with a year-round curriculum of high-quality noncredit courses, as well as intellectually stimulating social, cultural, and volunteer opportunities. In fact, OLLI volunteers are integral to the OLLI experience of community, camaraderie, active learning, and civic and cultural engagement.
Founded in 1995, OLLI is honored to have been recognized as an “exemplary lifelong learning program” by the Osher Foundation. Join us!
Southeast Seniors is a non-profit organization of health care professionals and neighbors helping people 65 and older remain independent and safe at home.
Sometimes, it is just a simple task that needs doing or some resources that would make a difference. Growing older is much easier and safer when you have the support you need to live well at home.
Essential Beauty provides an array of aesthetic treatments and integrative therapies designed to improve residents’ quality of life. All services are delivered by licensed and certified professionals with extensive experience in aesthetics, massage, and wellness.
Currently, the Pillars Memory Care Fund, Founded by Oppidan is able to touch the lives of over 1,200 seniors throughout the Ebenezer system. This fund has been able to provide over 50 different programs since its inception in 2016, and this number is continuing to grow. We are grateful for this opportunity to provide such incredible programming to seniors with Dementia and all different stages of memory loss.