RCFE #100400070 | PCOA #319

Memory Support

The Vineyards dedicated Memory Support residence provides those with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia with a positive, stimulating environment as they progress through their journey. Our suites reflect a comfortable, homelike setting where your one will receive compassionate care, and have access to private living spaces that are appropriate for early-onset or more acute care, including:

  • Safe, spacious and private living options.  Choose from 12 private apartments with ensuite bathrooms or 24 private apartments with private sinks, with ensuite shared commode and step in shower. Each apartment includes an armoire, full-size set of drawers and a bedside table and chair. Xfinity cable is available in each apartment for visual and auditory use.
  • Two dining rooms. We built with a thoughtful mirror approach to the dining rooms.  Having two options allows for early-onset dementia residents to dine and converse with others and we offer an identical dining room for late-stage dementia residents to receive a higher level of care during meals.
  • Full continuum of care. Because the Memory Support Residences are located on the same lush, parklike 43-acre property as the Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation buildings, spouses, family members and friends can receive the care they need while living close to their loved ones.
  • Private Pay and No Buy-In. Monthly rents are private pay and range from $4,340 to $5,725.  There is no buy-in deposit.

Memory Support Floorplans

What Our Families Say...

Single Bedroom

Completely Private Bath

330 – 460 Square Feet

Single Bedroom

Personal Sink. Shared Commode and Shower

240 – 260 Square Feet

“My grandmother receives such excellent care that I truly wish everyone dealing with dementia could have the same level of support. They see past her behavior and connect with the person inside. They see the real her, and I couldn’t ask for more!”

                               Peggy MacMillan, Granddaughter of a Memory Support Resident