We understand that choosing a memory care community is not something to be taken lightly. It takes some people longer to reach a decision than others. In the meantime, we are always available for private consultations to families like yours, who are striving to balance their roles as caregivers, spouses, parents and professionals. We regularly provide free educational events and
You may be reluctant to broach the topic of costs, but rest assured that much of our staff has been down the same road as you with their own family members and understand your fears. To ease your mind, we offer a guaranteed rate lock: your family member’s rates are secure for a full 12 months. Also, we do not
With Terra Vista’s innovative stay-connected apps, you and other family members can stay connected anytime of day or night. You can see life in action through videos and photos, schedule meaningful visits, and stay on top of your family member’s daily activities. If you have any concerns, you can send a secure message directly to the staff eliminating “telephone tag”.
Many families of those with Alzheimer’s have struggled with the same feelings. At some point on the Alzheimer’s journey, it becomes nearly impossible to keep your mom safe and active. It requires training and experience to give someone with Alzheimer’s everything they need – a safe environment, brain-stimulating activities, caring experts who know just what to do in virtually any
We take safety very seriously. In addition to each apartment’s emergency response system, highly advanced security cameras and alarms are located at each exterior door. Also, every single one of our staff members must undergo a thorough background check and extensive behavioral interviewing process.
You should consider Terra Vista for one key reason: we redefine what Alzheimer’s care should be. Our entire memory care community is dedicated exclusively to Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Every single person is trained in the latest safety measures and protocols.
Moving a family member into a memory care community is rarely easy. There are, however, a few telltale signs that you can look for to recognize when you might start seriously considering residential care. Home safety issues: Is your family member becoming increasingly unsafe in his or her own home? An honest answer to this question might give you clues