Independent Retirement Living, Sarasota
SBC Volunteers contribute to All Faith’s Food Bank
Every week, SBC residents pack food backpacks for young students and collect stamps in a program that will help the food bank purchase a new delivery van. So far we have collected enough Campbell’s Soup labels to earn 16,000 points toward the goal. It is important to be engaged with the community and this is a tangible way in which residents make a difference every day. Shown in a recent work session are (left to right) Delores Godwin, Burnell Schubbe, Frances Eisner, Ray Grills, Frank Levine, Melanie Eckstein and Jerry Kaplan.

SBC Volunteers contribute to All Faith’s Food Bank

Every week, SBC residents pack food backpacks for young students and collect stamps in a program that will help the food bank purchase a new delivery van. So far we have collected enough Campbell’s Soup labels to earn 16,000 points toward the goal. It is important to be engaged with the community and this is a tangible way in which residents make a difference every day. Shown in a recent work session are (left to right) Delores Godwin, Burnell Schubbe, Frances Eisner, Ray Grills, Frank Levine, Melanie Eckstein and Jerry Kaplan.

Sarasota Bay Club Luau Gets Us Dancing
May is a beautiful month in Sarasota, and this May SBC took advantage of our setting on Sarasota Bay with a Hawaiian Luau evening. We began with a performance including dancers, singers and a fire dance on our bayside lawn, then enjoyed a Hawaiian feast in the dining room. In this photo, one of the dancers is teaching our Director of Concierge, Michael Harding, how to move Polynesian-style!

Sarasota Bay Club Luau Gets Us Dancing

May is a beautiful month in Sarasota, and this May SBC took advantage of our setting on Sarasota Bay with a Hawaiian Luau evening. We began with a performance including dancers, singers and a fire dance on our bayside lawn, then enjoyed a Hawaiian feast in the dining room. In this photo, one of the dancers is teaching our Director of Concierge, Michael Harding, how to move Polynesian-style!

Volunteers Create a Lively, Healthy Community
Volunteering is good for you and good for your community! At SBC, our residents volunteer in a wide variety of areas. They lead programs such as our poetry group, our “think tank” and a support group, they pack backpacks for needy area children, they welcome new residents, they tend to the libraries, the herb garden and the greenhouse. They serve on committees or just “jump in” to help. Our entire community reaps the benefit. With gratitude, SBC hosted our volunteers to a special breakfast celebration on our outdoor veranda. Enjoying the lovely weather, good food and great company are (l-r) Frank Levine, Alan Turow, Sylvia Cowan and Gert Margolick.

Volunteers Create a Lively, Healthy Community

Volunteering is good for you and good for your community! At SBC, our residents volunteer in a wide variety of areas. They lead programs such as our poetry group, our “think tank” and a support group, they pack backpacks for needy area children, they welcome new residents, they tend to the libraries, the herb garden and the greenhouse. They serve on committees or just “jump in” to help. Our entire community reaps the benefit. With gratitude, SBC hosted our volunteers to a special breakfast celebration on our outdoor veranda. Enjoying the lovely weather, good food and great company are (l-r) Frank Levine, Alan Turow, Sylvia Cowan and Gert Margolick.

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE DRUG DEVELOPED AT ROSKAMP INSTITUTE APPROVED FOR KEY CLINICAL FUNDING IN EUROPE
In the global fight against Alzheimer’s disease, Sarasota’s Roskamp Institute stands on the front line. As academic centers around the world study ways to prevent the onset of this degenerative disease or ease the symptoms, our research team has developed a new drug with the potential to modify the course of this devastating condition.Click link below for full story:http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20120301/COLUMNIST/120229423

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE DRUG DEVELOPED AT ROSKAMP INSTITUTE APPROVED FOR KEY CLINICAL FUNDING IN EUROPE

In the global fight against Alzheimer’s disease, Sarasota’s Roskamp Institute stands on the front line. As academic centers around the world study ways to prevent the onset of this degenerative disease or ease the symptoms, our research team has developed a new drug with the potential to modify the course of this devastating condition.

Click link below for full story:

http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20120301/COLUMNIST/120229423

Living with Alzheimer’s has many challenges but there are also many activities that can help improve the quality of life for a person living with Alzheimer’s. The AARP recommends that when finding activities for a person with Alzheimer’s to draw on their past interests and experiences. Community living at the Sarasota Bay Club provides many opportunities for residents to choose from a wide variety of activities and even organize their own programs. 

The Arts and Leisure Department at the Sarasota Bay Club makes it easy for residents to choose and attend many different activities from art classes to movie nights. With a monthly newsletter of planned activities as well as a convenient sign-up system it’s easy to plan your choice activities weeks in advance or even at the last minute. 

The AARP strongly recommends playing games as a way to lessen agitation for Alzheimer’s patients. In a 55 and over community like the Sarasota Bay Club there are always plenty of people to play Scrabble, Bridge, and Poker at a Game Club. Or start your own game in one of the many common areas, by the pool, or in the comfort of your own apartment. Community living provides an environment where it’s easy to find people with similar interests. The Sarasota Bay Club visits Sarasota theaters, holds dinner dances, and hosts lecture series and discussion groups. 
When living with Alzheimer’s the AARP recommends exercise to help in maintaining appetite, sleeping well, and to assist with overall well-being. The Sarasota Bay Club has a fully equipped fitness center and fitness classes all tailored for senior living. If leisurely walking is what you prefer the Sarasota Bay Club has extensive bay front walking paths for your enjoyment. With community living at the Sarasota Bay Club you have every opportunity for a high quality of life while living with Alzheimer’s.

Living with Alzheimer’s has many challenges but there are also many activities that can help improve the quality of life for a person living with Alzheimer’s. The AARP recommends that when finding activities for a person with Alzheimer’s to draw on their past interests and experiences. Community living at the Sarasota Bay Club provides many opportunities for residents to choose from a wide variety of activities and even organize their own programs. 

The Arts and Leisure Department at the Sarasota Bay Club makes it easy for residents to choose and attend many different activities from art classes to movie nights. With a monthly newsletter of planned activities as well as a convenient sign-up system it’s easy to plan your choice activities weeks in advance or even at the last minute. 

The AARP strongly recommends playing games as a way to lessen agitation for Alzheimer’s patients. In a 55 and over community like the Sarasota Bay Club there are always plenty of people to play Scrabble, Bridge, and Poker at a Game Club. Or start your own game in one of the many common areas, by the pool, or in the comfort of your own apartment. Community living provides an environment where it’s easy to find people with similar interests. The Sarasota Bay Club visits Sarasota theaters, holds dinner dances, and hosts lecture series and discussion groups. 

When living with Alzheimer’s the AARP recommends exercise to help in maintaining appetite, sleeping well, and to assist with overall well-being. The Sarasota Bay Club has a fully equipped fitness center and fitness classes all tailored for senior living. If leisurely walking is what you prefer the Sarasota Bay Club has extensive bay front walking paths for your enjoyment. With community living at the Sarasota Bay Club you have every opportunity for a high quality of life while living with Alzheimer’s.

During a recent Masterpiece Living Day, our chef invited interested male residents to join him for a cooking class. The dish was ribs and the class was a great success — especially as each participant took some home after everyone tasted the results! Here, getting ready to add the spices are (l-r) Frank Levine, Bob Howell, Joe Ellison and Sam Smullin.

During a recent Masterpiece Living Day, our chef invited interested male residents to join him for a cooking class. The dish was ribs and the class was a great success — especially as each participant took some home after everyone tasted the results! Here, getting ready to add the spices are (l-r) Frank Levine, Bob Howell, Joe Ellison and Sam Smullin.

Every week, SBC residents pack food backpacks for young students and collect stamps in a program that will help the food bank purchase a new delivery van. So far we have collected enough Campbell’s Soup labels to earn 16,000 points toward the goal. It is important to be engaged with the community and this is a tangible way in which residents make a difference every day. Shown in a recent work session are (left to right) Delores Godwin, Burnell Schubbe, Frances Eisner, Ray Grills, Frank Levine, Melanie Eckstein and Jerry Kaplan.

Every week, SBC residents pack food backpacks for young students and collect stamps in a program that will help the food bank purchase a new delivery van. So far we have collected enough Campbell’s Soup labels to earn 16,000 points toward the goal. It is important to be engaged with the community and this is a tangible way in which residents make a difference every day. Shown in a recent work session are (left to right) Delores Godwin, Burnell Schubbe, Frances Eisner, Ray Grills, Frank Levine, Melanie Eckstein and Jerry Kaplan.

Created to offer the very best that Independent Retirement Living can offer, Sarasota Bay Club's impressive residential enclave delivers on the highest of expectations. Its stunning waterfront surroundings and magnificent Mediterranean architecture are the framework in which you can paint your own customized retirement lifestyle.

Providing: Retirement Community, Life Care, Assisted Living, Retirement Services, Rental Retirement, Rental Communities, Condominiums, Nursing and Rehab Services close to the following areas: Sarasota, Venice, Florida (FL), Bradenton, Anna Maria, Longboat Key, Siesta Key, Osprey, Nokomis, Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda (South West Coast of Florida)