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Memory Support Program

Elevating Memory Support Nationwide

Elevating Memory Support and Care
Memory support at Abe’s Garden Community exists to improve the lives of all those who are touched by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. But our commitment extends beyond that promise. Our goal is to establish a replicable model for senior life that is focused on brain health, wellness and purposeful living.

Caregiver Resources

We help families by providing a variety of caregiving tools, including educational videos, support services and a memory support community selection guidebook.

Testimonials

“Abe’s Garden Community really is a world-class, cutting-edge, special, loving, warm place. When my mother needed that very thing, it was there. We looked in lots of places and thought about anywhere in the country. And in the end, I was convinced ­– and remain convinced – that there was no place on the planet that would have been better for my mother than Abe’s Garden Community. I just hope that there will be a time when every son or daughter can know that their parents have a place like that when they need it.”

– Bill Purcell, Mayor of Nashville and Davidson County (1999 – 2007), Abe’s Garden
Community Board Member, and Son of Past Resident Mary Purcell

Testimonials

“I’m so impressed to see all of the things you are doing at Abe’s Garden Community. Every little detail is intentional, always keeping the residents and the disease in mind.”

– Helen Crow, Oklahoma Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association®

Testimonials

“My father-in-law’s move to Abe’s Garden Memory Support has impacted our entire family in such a positive way. He is in a safe, supportive, engaging, caring environment that allows him to live independently and with dignity. Living at Abe’s Garden is the therapeutic treatment for his dementia.”

– Grace Awh, Daughter-in-Law of an Abe’s Garden Memory Support Resident

Testimonials

“We revamped our programming after seeing Abe’s Garden Community residents, regardless of their ability level, happily involved in some type of meaningful activity. It was so refreshing!”

– Dawn Dunbar, LNHA, Administrator, Church Home LifeSpring

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