Activities

Social and Recreational Activities.

Forest Ridge Administrator Roger Call, volunteer award winner Frank Vigilanese, & Forest Ridge owner Bob Schleicher.

Lovely harp performance for our residents at FR.

So much fun watching Dennis Thornberry, aka Elvis put on a show!

Our residents love when Dennis comes by, he poses for pics with each resident!

Valentines Day Family Night Party in Blue Spruce

Theme was "Love Italian Style". Spaghetti was served and families who attended brought their favorite desserts!

We loved having artist Skip Moore play music for our residents!

Forest Ridge Activities Director Kathy Dixon introducing volunteer Frank Vigilanese at the Teller County Cares award ceremony.

Frank Vigilanese accepting his award for the 2017 Teller County Cares Volunteer Service Award

Engaging Activities

At Forest Ridge we want to ensure each resident and/or guest has a fulfilling journey during their stay. Our trained experts have put an emphasis on creating a diverse range of multi-sensory activities to enjoy. Our dynamic array of programs provide opportunities for active and passive participation in a group, one-on-one, individual, and/or family setting. By promoting and engaging in the residents’ personal talents, interests, abilities, and needs our goal is to:

 

  • Get active and moving
  • Stimulate the senses
  • Expand knowledge
  • Reduce stress
  • Provide comfort
  • Give support
  • Build relationships
  • Have fun & stay sharp!

Call or email us today to learn more, or follow us here for a look at what Forest Ridge is up to next!

Join us For our Monthly
Senior Movie!

Sponsored by Forest Ridge

Screenings are held at
our local movie theatre in
Woodland Park, Colorado

Fun facts

Charlie Chaplin was knighted Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin in 1975. He died two years later, but can still be remembered through his art & ability to make us smile.
At a young age Chaplin was on the streets of London dancing and performing for pennies in a hat. He eventually went to an orphanage and joined a children’s dance troupe.
Charlie Chaplin became a renowned silent film actor who possessed the ability to make audiences both laugh and cry through pantomime. In 1972 he accepted a special Academy Award for “the incalculable effect he has had on making motion pictures the art for and of this century.”
By the time Charlie had turned 17 he had developed his comedic abilities. His top hat, out-turned feet, mustache, and cane soon became his trademark.
Charlie Chaplin was knighted Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin in 1975. He died two years later, but can still be remembered through his art & ability to make us smile. April 16, 1889, Hollywood icon Charlie Chaplin was born in London, England. Chaplin eventually became one of early Hollywood’s most well-known stars.