The layout is of the campus is a self-contained community which is residential by design. The Linden Village campus is comprised of four one-story cottages and a central Community Center.
There is also a secured courtyard for gardening and enjoying the outdoors. While bedrooms can be fully furnished, many of our residents like to bring some favorite furniture from home. The common rooms are cozy and inviting, and the furniture is comfortable. Resident families frequently use our spacious, inviting common areas during visits to the community.
Our Community Center is our heart of the community with a Great Room for activities, a health center and a beauty/barber shop.
Two of the cottages care for persons living with memory loss and two are personal care communities. Each cottage has:
- Three of the cottages care for persons living with memory loss and one is a personal care community.
- The security of a 24-hour emergency call system in each bedroom
- Living room
- Dining room
- Laundry room
- Plenty of cozy living spaces for socializing or spending private time relaxing with a good book
- Direct access to the outdoors through porches, patios, courtyards and walkways
Memory Care Services at Linden Village
The staff at Linden Village knows residents living with memory loss require a unique approach to caregiving; one created to help people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia enjoy residential living, while receiving the professional assistance they need, 24-hours a day. At Linden Village, everything in our two secured cottages - from staffing to programs to environment - has been researched, developed and designed for our residents’ specific needs. These special cottages are a welcome answer for both our residents and their families; a new caregiving alternative for the time when home care is no longer possible, but skilled nursing care is not necessary.
Residents do not leave the closely monitored confines of Linden Village, yet rarely feel restricted. They move freely about the community, both indoors and outdoors, without leaving our secure environment. The common areas encourage the enjoyment of interaction and socialization without sacrificing safety.