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Health Care

Memory Care & Long-Term Care

Care, Compassion, Quality of Life


We know that a specialized environment — with safe, loving and compassionate support — is vital for individuals needing extra care. That’s why our goal is to provide a familiar, homelike setting with personalized programs that are designed to address each resident’s special needs and enhance his or her quality of life with dignity and respect.

Our staff of highly skilled caregivers, along with comfortable amenities ensure a supportive community that is safe and free from outside distractions. All care needs are met so that family members can enjoy spending quality time with ones they love.

Our Health Care & Memory Care Include:

  • Private, spacious rooms

  • 24-hour skilled professional nursing care

  • Housekeeping and laundry services

  • Delicious meals prepared by our expert culinary team

  • Accompanied transportation

  • Secure courtyards for safe, therapeutic walks

  • Intergenerational opportunities through the Colonial Schools

  • Family support

  • Comfortable, home-like surroundings

  • Special exercise programs, activities and outings 

Memory Care offered at 2 campuses:




For families living with dementia, meeting everyday needs can seem impossible. Community First Solutions offers a variety of programs to not only meet these basic needs, but to help clients remain independent and happy; improving quality of life for all.  From family & at-home support, to residential memory care we provide an array of solutions to support individuals with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.


​Services to Support All Levels of Dementia

We offer a variety of programs to not only meet these basic needs, but to help clients remain independent and happy; improving quality of life for all.

  • Initial Assessments

  • Memory Care Therapy

  • Home Care & Home Health

  • Respite & Caregiver Support

  • Inpatient Memory Care

View Our Memory Care Continuum of Services

​Understanding Dementia

The term “dementia” is used to describe a group of disorders that affect memory and the brain. Dementia includes a loss of intellectual function that may include reasoning, judgment, thinking, and remembering.

This loss affects personality, behavior, and mental function, and those who are diagnosed with this condition will have severe changes in their daily functioning. 

Types of Dementia Include:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Vascular Dementia

  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies

  • Frontotemporal Lobe Dementia

  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Huntington’s Disease



Our specialized long-term care programs are designed to meet each resident's individual needs. This allows family members to enjoy quality, worry-free time with their loved one, knowing that their needs are being met with the utmost attention.

Expert Team

  • Medical Team: our Medical Director, Physician’s Assistant and Nurse Practitioner oversee healthcare at our campuses

  • Therapy Staff: accessible seven days a week

  • Licensed Nurses: led by our Licensed Nursing Home Administrator and Medical Director, this staff of qualified nurses are present around the clock providing skilled care and compassion to each resident

  • Registered Dietitian: ensures dining options are available for any restricted diet

Memory Care offered at 2 campuses:

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