After her retirement, Sue began to feel isolated in her home. She decided to take action and found The Residences at Eaton Senior Communities in 2015. Sue says, "I feel like I am living now, where before I was just surviving."
The best part of her new life at Eaton is friendships. She assists another resident every day and has found a greater purpose by giving back. Sue has benefited from Senior Reach's group meetings at Eaton and is learning to deal with chronic physical and emotional pain.
Coloring Group, Exercise Classes, Educational Talks, Massage Therapy, Church Services and Puzzles are integral to her new social life. Your donations help Eaton Senior Communities continue to offer the broad array of supportive services that enrich residents' lives.