|Chateau Cupertino, where Retirement is a Renaissance |
Retirement is one of life's major milestones. As the day approaches a certain amount of trepidation builds up. This is about life's major transition, a step into unknown territory. Different people view retirement differently. Some welcome their new state as a well deserved rest after toiling for the majority of their lives. To them retirement is the golden phase of their lives, a logical process and a time to enjoy themselves. But not all welcome retirement so cheerfully. Many are beset by financial fears, worrying that they might be overcome by rising taxes and outlive their resources. Retirement is a period that must be viewed philosophically, with calmness, accepting the fact that it will require some adjustment.
Chateau Cupertino is a California retirement home that is alive to these emotions and concerns in persons approaching retirement and, those already retired. A full and satisifying life which Chateau Cupertino offers ensures a retired person remains youthful.
To enroll yourself online, logon to www.chateau-cupertino.com. For more detailed information contact Mary Easthouse by phone 408-446-4300 or email her at email@example.com. Also visit www.homefortheretired.com.Program of Events EverydayEvery day has its own program packed with educational courses and special entertainment. It is an eclectic blend of cultural, religious, educational and physical activities. The program is well thought out and varies from day to day which does not allow for boredom and monotony. Residents who prefer an outing need not be confined to the home. Scheduled transportation is made available to churches, nearby shopping centers, to keep medical appointments and for other recreational pursuits.
Consider the program of events in a typical day. These include an exercise session or a shopping outing in the morning followed by a cardio training class and then lunch. The afternoon program consists of a Spanish conversation group, a bingo session and then a religious service in different denominations. The evenings are given to entertainment in the lounge or a carefully chosen movie, several days in the week.
Aware of the importance of food, Chateau Cupertino provides a wide menu of tasty, wholesome dishes. The dining room is well laid out and the meal partaken in congenial company. The daily menu caters to individual preferences and includes special meals to those with dietary restrictions. A Champagne Brunch is organized every month to which residents may invite guests. Guests are also welcome at other meals. The family dining room can be booked for special occasions.
The staff at this retirement home goes to great lengths to ensure that residents enjoy a healthy, comfortable and fulfilling life at the Chateau. With this in mind and to strive toward a higher quality of life, the Chateau runs a 'Well-Being Program'.
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Chateau Cupertino's website www.chateau-cupertino.com is a fund of information on the many facilities it offers, its programs and cultural activities. While there, peruse through some testimonials from long-term residents who speak of the full and rich life they lead in this Bay Area retirement home where retirement is a renaissance. For more detailed information contact Mary Easthouse by phone 408-446-4300 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also visit www.homefortheretired.com.
10150 Torre Avenue • Cupertino • CA 95014