At The Seneca, the natural world is celebrated everywhere, and every service, program, amenity, and opportunity at The Seneca works together to connect and inspire our residents to nature and each other. We call it 360 Well, and it’s our holistic Integrative Wellness approach that focuses on four key “circles” of wellness central our residents’ health and well-being: physical, social, mental, and spiritual. All our activities, amenities, services, care, and culture are infused with and inspire growth.
Life at The Seneca feels like staying at a luxury hotel with all our amenities. Dedicated, 24/7 concierge associates are available at any time to make residents’ lives easier. From room service to restaurant-style dining, and housekeeping to laundry services, we ensure residents enjoy the low-maintenance, boutique lifestyle they desire. All our programs and opportunities contribute to the 360 Well circles, providing richer and more fulfilling lives as we nourish every resident’s body, mind, and creative soul.
Our expert care is personlized to support the exact needs of each resident or couple.
Residents enjoy the ultimate in flexibility with dining options including room service, catering, full-service restaurants and more.
Our Nayas create special, individualized relationships with residents leading to unparalleled quality care.
Our onsite Indulge Salon and Renew Spa are ready to reward and pamper our residents. They can enjoy a spa day complete with a signature massage or body treatment. Or a salon trip for a cut, color, and style. Add a manicure and pedicure for the full luxury treatment, and this indulgent experience will leave them looking and feeling rejuvenated.
Sara Woodward firmly believes in having fun at work. Her infectious smile and warm demeanor resonate with The Seneca’s residents, just like her music. A certified dementia practitioner and a board-certified music therapist, Sara brings her guitar to work and leads singalongs, which help maintain language faculties and aid with memory. She gets to know each resident’s taste in music and crafts custom playlists and streams concerts she knows they’ll enjoy.
In her experience, “individuals living with dementia have an amazing capacity for creativity and joy.” Her advice to family members caring for a loved one with dementia is, “Don’t be afraid to sing, dance, make up the rules, laugh with the person and share pictures and stories.”