WE CAN HELP YOUR LOVED ONE AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY
WITH THE CHALLENGES OF DEMENTIA
Our experience helping families with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia has truly given us a comprehensive and inside look at the many decisions families face when trying decide on memory care services.
Where do I start?
Our first step is always to help you understand the disease, your options, and answer any questions you may have. The next steps vary greatly and for a very good reason—they are absolutely unique to you and your loved one. We need to get to know your family as well as possible before we can help further. But once we understand what your family truly wants and needs, we can provide the most desirable and fulfilling lifestyle for your loved one and peace of mind for the entire family. Feel free to take our assessment to learn more about which care options are the best fit for you or your loved one!
Inspire Connection Program
We want to celebrate each Garden House resident as a whole person — not only for who they were when they were younger, but for who they are today.
Our Inspire Connection program embodies what is important to you and your loved one. We are committed to people, place and purpose. With our special approach designed for memory care, we create an atmosphere where residents continue to enjoy life one moment at a time.
You have entrusted us with the responsibility and honor of caring for your loved one and we value that trust immensely. Wherever the resident is, we are there with them. We celebrate their individuality, and we honor who they are. We recognize the important part family members play in the care we provide, and we value their participation.
We provide an environment that enhances individuality. Our space is carefully prepared to meet and nurture the needs of each person, providing opportunity for success, choice, enhanced independence, and self-initiated activity. Visitors can expect to see smiles and hugs, laughter and tears, and most importantly a warm, homelike environment.
Using a Montessori approach designed for memory care, residents can engage in community roles, routines, and activities, bringing a sense of belonging and well-being.