Elder Care Alliance is committed to ensuring the well-being and dignity of each member of our community. As a non-profit provider of housing for older adults, we use innovative approaches to creating an enriching environment for residents. Rather than pay dividends to investors, we carefully steward resources and reinvest in our communities through team member programs, art and creative expression, opportunities for life-long learning, social events, and even social enterprise.
Our culture of care dates back more than 115 years to the Sisters of Mercy, and today we treasure our legacy of caring, compassion, and holistic wellness. Our vision is clear: Engaging hearts, transforming lives, erasing boundaries.
Platform for Holistic Wellness
Enhancing our campuses is a priority. Fostering holistic wellness geared to the needs of the residents and team is critical to the wellbeing of our communities. In that spirit we think about updates to our campuses in the context of wellness and wellbeing. This includes:
- Memory Care dining rooms – taking into account the flow of the room for easy access, bold colors to highlight areas, displays to choose their meals more easily.
- Serenity gardens – Giving residents the ability to move in nature while still feeling secure in their environment.
- Training for team members – Meaningful training opportunities for team members to gain more insights and enhanced skills related to their role.
Seniors Helping Seniors
Our Mercy Brown Bag program has been going strong for 40 years, feeding the senior food insecure in Alameda County, California. We sort, pack and distribute groceries to 17 sites throughout Alameda County, last year distributing 117,000 grocery bags to nearly 8,000 seniors.
It is located in a very nice neighborhood. It has a very nice homely feel to it, as did the actual facility itself. The facility has good upkeep with its maintenance. It is extremely beautiful and breathtaking inside with a nice pathway from the inside to the outside. The staff members themselves are beautiful people, very courteous and kind, always willing to help. I also like how they have different events and activities for them so that their time spent there is not boring and just spent sitting in a chair all the time, but rather getting up and about and interacting.AlmaVia of San Francisco
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