The key to living is to live vibrantly at The Terraces of Roseville!
At The Terraces of Roseville, our residents take part in Vibrant Life®, an innovative program allowing residents to create their own schedules.
Thoughtfully designed to connect you with family, friends and the community, our Vibrant Life® program truly inspires, challenges – even dares you to be adventurous. With a host of optional outings, you create your own schedule based on your interests, preferences, routines and abilities.
7 Main Components
Be Inspired – Gain a deeper sense of spirituality and feed the soul!
Be Well – Intellectual stimulation, get moving and stay active!
Be Challenged – Ignite competitive spirit, learn, grow and be motivated!
Be Adventurous – Try something new every day, explore and experience the unique!
Be Family – Cherish family connections, share and continue family traditions!
Be Social – Embrace friendships, celebrate the moments, talk, laugh and listen!
Be Connected – Engage in meaningful community involvement, share experiences and expertise!
Path to Wellness at The Terraces of Roseville
At The Terraces of Roseville, we believe wellness is an active process, which means it takes time, intentionality, and attention to all the different aspects of life. Our community meets residents where they are on their wellness journey and encourages them to choose their own Path to Wellness by getting involved in activities that interest them to stay fit, happy and healthy. Residents may participate in individual or group wellness programming, including on-site physical therapy services provided by ONR.
Integral Senior Living encompasses three steppingstones to assist residents on their Path to Wellness.
One challenge at a time
Integral Senior Living, and its ISL INSPIRES program, where we give back, is proud to partner with 4MOM Charity to help raise money to fight Alzheimer’s. A lot of hands have already joined in, and we’re looking forward to putting on events at ISL communities across the country to continue this important work. While there is always more that can be done to help the Alzheimer’s community, there is no doubt that this partnership will make a significant impact toward the first survivor of Alzheimer’s.