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Nothing is ever solved without first being well-defined.

Of course it’s intimidating. Upsetting. Disheartening. But once you know it’s dementia, perhaps even Alzheimer’s disease, then you’re well on your way to being prepared to take on the future. And among your options for making that future bright are the many Memory Support programs and opportunities at Presbyterian Village North.

“Our family couldn’t be happier with the Memory Support services at Presbyterian Village North. The team members are great with Dad and provide him with the expert care, compassion and engagement he needs—it’s as if he were one of their own family members. And that gives us all a great deal of peace of mind.”

Specialized Memory Support

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  • Licensed nursing staff on site 24/7
  • Medication administration
  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Chef-prepared cuisine to meet special dietary needs
  • Access to a full continuum of care
  • Special activities and socialization programming
  • Exercise to help maintain motor coordination with activities such as Tai Chi, yoga and chair fitness
  • Music therapy to stimulate memory and create uplifting feelings
  • Art therapy to enhance fine motor coordination
  • Cognitive therapy using games, books and trivia to boost brain function and strengthen the mind

Terraces Floor Plans

Studio (floors 1 and 2)
with 1 Bathroom

448 sq. ft.

1 Bedroom (floors 1 and 2)
with 1 Bathroom

597 sq. ft.

Morning Glory
2 Bedrooms (floors 1 and 2)
with 1 Bathroom

906 sq. ft.

Memory Support Amenities

  • Well-designed studio apartment residences
  • Comfortable, relaxing common living areas
  • Dining venue specifically appointed to address the needs of residents
  • Secure garden courtyard with outdoor seating and dining areas
  • Protected outdoor walking path
  • Beauty salon/barbershop

Frequently Asked Questions

How does memory support differ from assisted living?

Patients who are cognitively challenged, whether from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, require more attention and a higher level of security than residents in assisted living. Memory support residences at The Village are carefully designed to ensure that residents feel safe and secure. Our program is structured to build confidence in an environment that promotes choice and celebrates accomplishments through familiar schedules and surroundings.

What is the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia?

Dementia refers to the loss of cognitive functions (thinking, reasoning, the ability to remember) that are severe enough to interfere with a person’s daily functioning. This group of symptoms is not a disease per se, but may accompany certain diseases or conditions. Dementia is irreversible when caused by disease or certain injuries. It may be partially or fully reversible when caused by lifestyle choices, depression or imbalances in certain substances, such as hormones or vitamins.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. It is a progressive, degenerative disease of the brain, characterized by loss of function and death of nerve cells in several brain areas, leading to loss of recent memories and new learning first, and eventually old memories, too.

Want to learn more?

If you have questions about life at PVN, want to schedule a tour or just want to see what’s new—fill out our form and let us know that you’re interested. Then we’ll call you!