Senior Living at Primrose
Living with Memory Loss
At Primrose, our goal is to create an environment that supports and nurtures the well being of those with memory loss. Residents at Primrose are treated as individuals
At Primrose, our goal is to create an environment that supports and nurtures the well being of those with memory loss. Residents at Primrose are treated as individuals with rich histories and accomplishments.
Our programs are individually designed to take advantage of each person's unique background and life experiences. Insight is gained by involving family and those familiar with each individual's behavior, interests and hobbies.
Familiar routines are re-established and emphasis is placed on what an individual can do and enjoys doing.
Primrose is responsive to the needs of individuals with memory impairments and those who love them. Our staff of dedicated professionals is focused on enhancing the quality of life for each individual and retaining their independence and dignity.
"I enjoy seeing the residents active... I really feel like I have made a difference."
- Primrose Employee
At Primrose we understand Alzheimer's and memory loss because that is all we do. You will not find unfamiliar ornately furnished or decorated surroundings. What you will find is a clean, safe and well-though-out environment designed to promote a sense of calmness and well being within a secure residential setting.
Memory Boxes identify residents' rooms and reaffirm their life experiences.
Our living areas are designed for small groups to simulate family-style living familiar to most residents.
"Your wonderful care to my husband has given me peace of mind... Many, many thanks."
Meals are prepared and served family-style. Familiar household routines and interactions are encouraged daily. Interiors are designed to minimize confusion by utilizing soft lighting, delicate colors, textures and fabrics. Primrose residents have access to outdoor living areas, gardens and activities.
"Clearly Primrose was a great choice for my Mother."