Our residents stay active as they enjoy our wellness classes that work on balance, strength and cardio. We also offer a free exercise program specifically for those dealing with Parkinson’s that meets the second and fourth Friday of each month from 3p to 4p in the Corley Center. Please see the schedule under the wellness…Details
As part of a graduate intern program, our residents are “adopted grandparents” to the kindergartners at Clemson Elementary. Here is a pic of one of our residents assisting “Thing 1” from Dr. Seuss with her rainbow words.
Our beautiful 38 acre campus is just busting with blooms and blossoms!! Our residents love seeing the flowers throughout our campus year round, but spring is especially beautiful!!
There is nothing like the giving and receiving of love and cuddles from a friend. Lexi, the therapy dog in training, helps create a calming environment in our memory care in Creekside Cottage.
Our residents and staff bid our business office director a wonderful retirement after fifteen years. Donna, we thank you for all you did for Clemson Downs. Enjoy your retirement!!!
The Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual State of Clemson and Clemson Downs is the proud title sponsor of the event. Each year, President Clements and Mayor Cook address community members on the progress and growth with the University and the City. Clemson Downs is a proud member of the Clemson community and…Details
Our residents had a great time playing bingo at The Spot on the Alley in Seneca!
Clemson Downs residents enjoyed coffee with students honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service.
Our residents in healthcare had a wonderful discussion with Clemson students over coffee. The students were visiting our residents for a day of service in honor of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. LeHeup presents a check to Dr. Ronnie Booth and staff of Tri-County Technical College. This is the fourth year that Clemson Downs has sponsored a nursing student with a scholarship.
Every year Clemson Downs sponsors a Christmas tree for the Baptist Easley Foundation. The ornaments are handmade by the students at Clemson Elementary and our residents at Clemson Downs. We love our community partnerships and we love our residents. We wish you all a Merry Christmas!!