Creative Monthly Activities

Las Fuentes Resort Village has planned a variety of creative monthly activities to engage and delight our residents this year.

Some of our staff members after the Sock Hop: L-R ) Liz Schmidt (Marketing Director), Cindy Schubert (Activities Director) Karen Thorstad (Sales Manager), Eileen Vicks Housekeeping Director), and Melinda Silva (Activities Coordinator AL)

We’ve had a lot of fun bringing events to our residents outside their apartment doors (Social Distancing). Some of these events include Take Me Out to the Hallgame, Prescott Rodeo, Hawaiian Hallway Luau and 50’s Sock Hop.

Thank You Lowe’s!

Las Fuentes Resort Village has 500 additional face masks for protection against the COVID-19 pandemic after a donation by Lowe’s Home Improvement of Prescott.


The donation was presented to Doug Libby, Executive Director of Las Fuentes at the Lowe’s Prescott store by Lisa Davis. “Lowe’s is a minority and women owned business. We wanted to give back to the residents of our community, and chose Las Fuentes to help protect their residents and caregivers with the mask donation,” she said.

“This is a priceless donation for us and were thankful to Lowe’s for thinking of us and our residents. We continue to take all precautions against COVID-19 to protect the residents we serve and  ourselves to remain COVID free. These masks will help us stockpile supplies in the event that we see a second wave of coronavirus infections”, said Doug Libby

COPD doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying life

What do Loni Anderson, Christy Turlington, King Edward VII, Johnny Carson and more than 12 million Americans have in common? They have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. Another 12 million have it but don’t know it. COPD is now the third leading cause of death in America, yet many people are unaware of COPD and its devastating effect on the lungs.

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Reduce Fall Risk

What’s the leading cause of injury in older adults? It’s not what you think…

If I were to ask you, “What is the most likely cause of injury death for older adults?” what would you say? Car accident? Bike accident? Yoga accident?

Falls are surprisingly the leading cause of injury death for adults ages 65 years and older. The Centers for Disease Control reports over 2.5 million older adults are treated in emergency rooms for fall injuries each year. Among those that fall, 20 to 30 percent suffer moderate to severe injuries, such as head trauma and fractures. Read more