Organizational Highlights

Eskaton continues to transform the aging experience.


Lighthouse Project

Supported by a grant through UC Berkeley CITRIS, Eskaton is providing low-income senior housing residents with access to broadband internet and evaluating the value of telewellness technologies in multilingual settings.


New Intergenerational Community

Eskaton is partnering with Mercy Housing to develop 100 apartments designed for low-income families and older adults. The proposed Pleasant Grove Apartments will be adjacent to Eskaton Roseville Manor (affordable housing community) with a community garden in between.


InnovAge PACE

July 1, 2020 marked the opening of the 66,000-square-foot center that provides all-inclusive care for older adults at risk of requiring skilled nursing services. This joint venture between InnovAge, Adventist Health and Eskaton can serve over 1,500 people. 


Scaling Voice-First Technology

Through a generous donation from Amazon through our K4 Community partnership, Eskaton distributed more than 1,000 Alexa devices to residents. This will expand their opportunities for social connection and improve their access to information.

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