Our facilities are custom built with different neighborhoods that are designed to have a local, home-like feel. Every senior in our various programs at Governor’s Glen receives their own private or semi-private room and their own bathroom. Permanent residents provide their own furnishings, but our respite care visitors and adult day program participants have furniture provided.

All residents are provided three meals and two snacks. Our staff chef can also accommodate special dietary considerations. Our staff provides housekeeping, laundry and daily medication management for all of our memory-impaired seniors.

Happy Female Caregiver And Senior

Cognitive impairment care

Our staff is trained to work with seniors who have different levels of cognitive impairment due to dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or other memory disorders. We have a licensed nurse on staff, a board certified psychiatrist on call, monthly wellness checks, and routine access to doctors, specialists, dentists, and on-site physical therapy sessions.

Our residents who have the diagnosis of dementia or memory loss are placed in special areas with additional security, cueing devices and other specific architectural features. These areas are state licensed and provide activities specific to the population being served.

An Activity Room At Governors Glen

A home-like setting

With our neighborhoods designed to promote socialization and put residents at ease, they will enjoy a sense of community with each other in a safe, comforting setting.

Friends Having Lunch Together

An active community

Our staff creates activities that improve the quality of life of our residents through socialization and stimulation of the body and mind. Our fun, engaging activities include:

  • Pet therapy
  • Daily exercise
  • Gardening
  • Bird watching
  • Music therapy
  • Life skills stations
  • Occupational therapy tables
  • Sensory stimulation activities

What Our Families Are Saying

We believe we provide the best holistic living experience for seniors with memory impairment, but don't just take our word for it.