Fulfilling Memory Care

Meaningful Days. Peaceful Nights.

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another memory-related illness, you desire the very best in care. You want a program that offers not only safety and security, but also a fulfilling lifestyle that promotes wellness and enhances your loved one’s self-esteem. Our new memory care neighborhood, located within our personal care community, is the answer you’ve been seeking.

A Purposeful Design

  • Private apartments within a safe, secure environment
  • Convenient areas for activity, socialization and relaxation
  • Enclosed garden courtyard for outdoor enjoyment
  • Stimulating daily activities that focus on mind, body and spirit
  • Family involvement in care 

Each day, our specially trained team nurtures and helps to maintain each resident’s individuality, dignity and quality of life through specialized care, meaningful activities and needs-based programming. By investing time and attention in understanding life experiences, daily routines and interests, we enhance quality of life – for both our residents and their families.

Included in Your Monthly Fee

  • Private suite with a private bathroom
  • Support with the tasks of daily living
  • Around-the-clock nursing staff
  • Three meals per day, served in a dining room
  • Full maintenance of residence
  • Linen and housekeeping services
  • Access to community amenities
  • Wellness services, including a consulting dietitian
  • Pastoral care services
  • Scheduled transportation

What’s in a Day?

We understand how important it is for those with memory loss to remain active and involved, so we offer a lifestyle filled with specialized programs that help our residents stay healthy and well. 

Morning

  • Enjoy a nutritious breakfast in the dining room.
  • Engage in familiar routines, such as making the bed, folding laundry or watering plants.

Midday

  • After lunch, enjoy a musical program designed to help you connect with past passions.
  • Take a walk in the secure garden courtyard.

Late Afternoon

  • Stimulate your mind by playing word games or get some exercise with a bean bag toss.
  • Help with dinner preparations by setting the table with the activities staff.

Evening

  • Enjoy a delicious meal prepared for the unique dietary needs of those with Alzheimer’s.
  • Reminisce with a care team member before retiring for the day.