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Memory Care at Village Walk

Our memory care residences offer the perfect, intimate setting for compassionate care for those with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. We’re committed to making a personal connection with your loved ones in order to provide customized services and a care plan that truly reflect their needs.

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A Wealth of Services and Amenities

Memory Care at Village Walk means your loved ones will experience stellar service and exceptional amenities that support and nurture every aspect of their personal well-being.

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At Village Walk our culture of gracious hospitality and service ensures every interaction with your loved one is respectful and meaningful.

  • Assistance with the activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, grooming and medication management.
  • 24-hour security and emergency system.
  • Professional resident care assistance 24 hours a day.
  • Scheduled housekeeping.
  • Flat laundry service (sheets and towels).
  • Scheduled local transportation.
  • Home maintenance, grounds keeping, landscaping, and snow removal.
  • All utilities, except phone.
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Village Walk provides the finest in Memory Care amenities without compromise.

  • Engaging neighbourhood living concept that encourages socializing and friendships.
  • Life enrichment programs and activities using purposeful, sensory, and stimulating events.
  • Rooftop sunroom with observation deck.
  • Wellness center, music room, library.
  • On-campus salon and spa services.

Memory Care Floor Plans

Your loved one will feel right at home in our comfortable studio and one-bedroom memory care floor plans.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Memory care provides a specialized environment for residents coping with memory loss, Alzheimer’s, or other dementia-related disorders. Therapeutic activities and programs help maximize existing cognitive abilities, diminish anxiety, lessen confusion, and increase peace of mind.

Memory care communities are often licensed as assisted living communities, but the staff has undergone additional training to handle the needs of those who have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Programming designed specifically for those with dementia is also an important part of memory care, and should focus on promoting physical and emotional wellbeing, prolonging daily functioning, and maintaining a sense of purpose, satisfaction, dignity and quality of life.

Watch for a few factors that may signal it’s time for a move to supportive living. For example, a senior may suddenly stop doing a longtime hobby, or withdraws. You may notice sudden weight loss or a change in grooming habits. You may find the house is in disorder or your loved one seems to be unable to follow conversations. And if you suspect memory loss is disrupting your loved one’s daily routine, it also could be time to seek medical advice.

Your parents are welcome to bring furniture they love to make their apartment feel like home. To help you visualize the space, ask for copies of our floor plans.

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Have Questions About Village Walk?

We’d love to hear from you! Just reach out to our expert team and we’ll be happy to help in any way we can.

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