Clemson Downs loves to partner with local businesses! The Lowe’s Home Improvement Store of Clemson donated the lumber and materials for raised garden beds for our residents. Shown here is Clemson Downs executive director Dr. John LeHeup and Lowe’s store manager, Mrs. Carrie Skelton. Clemson Downs residents and staff send a big thank you to…Details
Clemson Downs residents and Clemson University students had fun learning Tai Chi as part of the Memory Health Class.
Clemson Downs was a proud purple level sponsor of the Clemson Rotary Club’s Grapes, Grains, & Gifts, the event was a fund raiser for our local charities, we appreciate all of the hard work that went into the planning and preparation, it was a great evening!
Clemson Downs Assisted Living residents elect a King and Queen each Valentine’s Day. This year the village of Assisted Living named Mr. Joe Elias and Ms. Helen Scott to the Royal Court! The newly crowed King and Queen promised to rule benevolently and are looking forward to their reign for the coming year. Long live…Details
Clemson Downs residents enjoyed a special Valentine’s lunch served to them by the staff. Our residents are at the heart of everything we do at Clemson Downs!
Clemson Downs started our Valentine’s Day celebration with a visit from the King of Rock n’ Roll. Elvis was in the building!
Today marks the third session of our residents working with the Clemson University Institute for Engaged Aging. Today the students are working with residents to enforce memory skills as well as collecting heart rate variability data.
Clemson Downs was the proud Title Sponsor of the Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce’s State of Clemson Address held at the Madren Center. Our executive director, Dr. John LeHeup, addressed those in attendance about Clemson Downs and our upcoming addition of sixteen private rooms in Health Care as well as our purpose built, 32 private…Details
Clemson Downs Assisted Living residents would like to give a big shout out to the Clemson University Lady Tigers Basketball team!! Our residents were guests of the Lady Tigers yesterday and had a great time. Our blood runs orange and our pride runs deep. This photo is of our residents enjoying visiting with The Tiger…Details
What does former Navy WWII vet and Clemson Downs resident, Mr. Howard Watson, do to maintain dexterity and keep arthritis at bay? He builds an intricately detailed replica of the Maersk container ship…out of LEGOS!!!!