Allerton House in Weymouth recently welcomed the community-at-large, residents and their families, and staff to learn whether or not they think a relative or friend might need the care and services of a memory care assisted living program. In her presentation, Joan Wright, CDP, certified dementia practitioner, director of community relations for Norwell VNA and Hospice, discussed the many ways a safe environment, staffed by professionals specializing in memory care, and meaningful activities, can enrich someone’s life when they are dealing with memory issues.
Welch Senior Living’s Allerton House in Weymouth will open a Memory Care Neighborhood in the fall of 2018. The neighborhood will feature all the comforts of home within a secure and supportive environment. The wing will consist of 10 studio apartments and three companion suites.
The dedicated staff and environment will offer opportunities for an engaging lifestyle where daily activities address the cognitive, physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of residents.
To learn more visit our Memory Care Neighborhood and sign-up for the next presentation by Joan Wright, “How Do You Know When It’s Time for A Memory Care Neighborhood?” on May 2. A light dinner will be served at 5:00 PM, followed by the presentation at 6:00 PM. Space is limited. To reserve your seat today call 781-335-8954, extension 2500 or email Al at firstname.lastname@example.org