Turning everyday into memorable moments
Specialized MemoryRequest More Info
It’s hard when you realize that your loved one is no longer able to safely care for themselves in their own home. Their memory fades and they become more withdrawn. You worry what may happen when you’re not there. Dementia and Alzheimer’s requires specialized care. Grand Village offers programs to help put your mind at ease knowing that your loved one’s needs are met in a safe and nurturing environment.
The Lakes neighborhood of Grand Village offers skilled nursing. Special activities engage individual’s to move their bodies and work their minds in a manner that brings them comfort. Meals are prepared and served with delicious aromas enticing all to nourish their body and spirit in the dining area.
“My mother in law was only here for about a month. She always had great things to say about the staff and the food. She was truly happy in her final days. After her passing the staff went above and beyond to help us especially after a special blanket was lost (due to us not writing her name on it) the staff searched all day for it and finally found it later at night. While it was not an expensive blanket the staff seen the sentimental value it had! Our family truly appreciates all the staff and thanks you from the bottom of our hearts!!!”
— N. Raines
Enhance lives and focus on abilities
A Safe & Dignified EnvironmentRequest More Information
A private family room makes your visit with your loved one feel like it is taking place in a living room. It has a warm fireplace, soothing music and soft lights, offering an oasis for individuals during difficult moments that may arise due to the various stages of Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Our staff is trained and educated on working with elders with dementia. We provide annual dementia care training to direct care staff that explains Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, assisting with activities of daily living, problem solving with challenging behaviors and communication skills.
Preserving the dignity and enriching the physical, emotional, and spiritual quality of life
of the people entrusted to our care.
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