Plymouth Place™’s progressive memory support neighborhoods are designed to provide comfort, compassion, and joy for those living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. The outstanding care provided is rooted in our determination to always tailor support to the individual and respect each person’s unique journey.
Here, well-being is the goal. Residents and their families experience recognition, choice, and the full attention of a specially trained team of professionals. All the while, daily programming fosters physical and emotional comfort through inclusive and meaningful engagement.
Our staff, trained in the Teepa Snow Positive Approach® to Care, are care partners, positively supporting residents as their needs change. And our “in-the-moment” care philosophy affords each individual the opportunity to set schedules, make choices and simply enjoy what each day brings.
Residents of Plymouth Place enjoy priority access to our memory care services. However, we also offer this specialized care to seniors in our area through direct admission.
To help make each day more comfortable and pleasant, we offer the following conveniences.
Residences & Safety
Services & Amenities
No. However, there are supplementary services available for an additional fee. These include:
This is a groundbreaking program that has proven beneficial to those with memory impairment. Rooted in extensive neurological research, the program helps dementia sufferers find renewed meaning and connection in their lives through the gift of personalized music. We’re proud to be certified and to offer it at Greg’s Place, our Memory Care neighborhood.
Memory loss, whether from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, affects more than just one person. At Plymouth Place, we work with individuals, family members and caregivers, searching for the right balance of respect and care. Our simple floor plans and design reduce confusion and provide complete security. With special programs designed for those with memory loss, Greg’s Place helps residents find joy and contentment in each moment.
Yes. We love our furry friends, and find they often have a therapeutic effect on Residents.