If you or a loved one are living with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s, we offer a secure and comfortable environment with a number of amenities that maintain dignity, and strengthen and celebrate life skills. Our 12-suite memory care neighborhood includes discrete security and a private garden to allow for safe enjoyment of the outdoors. Each suite is private and includes 500 square feet of living space, a living area, a kitchenette, and a full bathroom.
Through Rhythms Dementia Services at Holly Creek, we offer meaningful memory care programming and services that focus on the strengths of each individual, rather than any limitations. We understand that each person has a natural rhythm, and we adapt to them to help create a supportive, positive environment.
Our specially trained associates strive to build strong relationships with each resident to build connections and encourage interaction. Additionally, all care partners receive at least 8 hours of annual training in providing memory care for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia through Rhythms Dementia Services.
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Join our Movement 4 Life campaign! Did you know that as we age, our daily physical movements become even more important in sustaining strength, balance and flexibility? And that a significant decrease in daily movement routines is a big contributor to physical deconditioning and increase in falls? Recognizing the impact of falls for older adults, CLC-Cappella recently launched the Movement 4 Life campaign and challenge. Movement 4 Life, as the name implies, emphasizes the importance of moving throughout the day, every day. Our Movement 4 Life challenge evolves around 4 core movements recommended by our physical therapists: 1. March in place (warm up) 2. Sit to Stand 3. Sit and Reach 4. Gait Speed (how fast can you walk in 1 minute.) Practiced daily, these movements can increase strength, balance and flexibility, contributing to your whole body wellness, and can help decrease risk for falls due to deconditioning.