Activities – Assisted Living


Staying active helps keep a person healthy and young at heart.

Crown Cypress Assisted Living provides numerous activities and events that keep our family involved and engaged.  We have a small van as well as a new 15-passenger bus that is very popular!  These vehicles allow us to take residents to appointments as well as participate in fun outings like visiting restaurants, going on scenic drives, enjoying picnics, visiting parks, and adventuring to any other place a group would like to go.

One of the most popular activities is to hop on the bus for one of our many outings.

Crown Cypress Assisted Living Bus
Crown Cypress Assisted Living Eating Out

Going out to eat or taking a drive is always good for a change of pace.

The Bristol Speedway !  It is loud, but exciting !

Maybe next time, we will ask to drive.

Crown Cypress Assisted Living - Bristol Speedway - race

We often enjoy talented guests!

Crown Cypress Assisted Living - Activities - concert
Crown Cypress Assisted Living - Activities - performances

We love that even young talents enjoy showing us what they can do!

A big "THANK YOU" to everyone who brings us such joy !

We enjoy all kinds of stay-at-home activities at Crown Cypress, too: Bingo, rock painting, parashoot, pool noodle games, movies, birthday celebrations, and lots of other grand fun!

Crown Cypress Assisted Living Activities

When the weather is nice, we enjoy our own yard right here at Crown Cypress! We have walkways, patio areas, and beautiful grassy spots!

In other words, it isn't just a bunch of staring at walls here!
We get active, as you can see! We enjoy shopping, scenic tours, games, fellowship, outdoor strolls and picnics, and just wherever our creative minds can take us!

Crown Cypress Assisted Living - exercise

Research has suggested that combining good nutrition with mental, social and physical activities may have a greater benefit in maintaining or improving brain health than any single activity. At the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® 2014, a two-year clinical trial of older adults at risk for cognitive impairment showed that a combination of physical activity, nutritional guidance, cognitive training, social activities and management of heart health risk factors slowed cognitive decline.

Embrace lifestyle habits that improve your overall health, such as exercising, consuming a nutritious diet, and staying cognitively and socially active! Science suggests these may support brain health as well. It’s never too late to make changes to achieve a healthier lifestyle — or too early to start.

From Alzheimer's Association

We have lots of laughter and love here!

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Come join us! Let us treat you like royalty at Crown Cypress!