Memory Care


Feeling safe and secure in a familiar environment, with a cheerful, highly trained support team ready to respond—at Towne Club Windermere, our Club Level Memory Care Neighborhood provides specialized programming and a cutting-edge approach to wellness. Dedicated Quality of Life Specialists help provide continuity of care for each individual. The Health & Wellness Navigation Team anticipates and addresses resident needs; and, through our precise point-of-care, all aspects of a resident’s care and well-being are recorded in real-time for greater accuracy.

Residents also enjoy the ambiance and comfort of an inviting, home-like neighborhood with activities and programming tailored to their life story. Our residency counselor can help craft an experience that is right for your loved one. Call us at 770-766-5390.


Heartfelt CONNECTIONS – A Memory Care Program®

For individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, Heartfelt CONNECTIONS promotes physical and emotional well-being, supports daily functioning and maintains a sense of satisfaction, dignity and quality of life.

Best of all, it gives back the control you lost when your loved one was diagnosed with memory loss. You can get back to being who your loved one wants you to be: a daughter, a son, a grandchild or a spouse again.

Loving Life Stories

The highly individualized program starts with truly getting to know each resident. Using your loved one’s social history along with LifeBio™ reminiscence tools, we capture a lasting legacy of details about your loved one: family, friends, career, hobbies, likes and dislikes. Our skilled, trained and compassionate team uses the insights gained from each life story to develop person-centered activities and programming for each resident. Your loved one’s life story is at the heart of Heartfelt CONNECTIONS.

Read more about our services  (link to Heartfelt brochure)

Floor Plans

Explore our floor plans!

View our attractive floor plans designed to match your lifestyle, with thoughtful layouts for independent living, assisted living and memory care.

While determining which residence is right for you, we also have helpful information regarding the financial resources available to you!


Services and Amenities

Memory Care Amenities & Services

  • Comfortably appointed suites
  • Three meals a day accommodating special diets
  • Medication administration
  • Weekly housekeeping and linen services
  • 24-hour supervision with LPN coverage
  • Dedicated Quality of Life Specialists
  • Daily activity programming
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Full calendar of caregiver/resident activities
  • Activities/craft room
  • Dedicated secure walking areas in garden/courtyard
  • Health & Wellness Navigation:

    The trained wellness Navigation team partners with residents to anticipate needs and address them—from day-to-day nutrition, fitness and life-enriching activities to preparation and follow-up for hospital care, including follow-up appointments, transportation, post-acute care or in-residence wellness checks and delivery of specific nutritional meals prescribed by their physician.

Community Amenities:

  • Fitness, exercise, wellness center
  • Living room with piano
  • Covered poolside pavilion for outdoor activities
  • Great room with party area
  • Smoke-free environment
  • Raised gardens
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Outpatient physical, occupational and speech therapy available on-site
  • Visiting doctors
  • Barber and beauty salon services available by appointment for an additional fee
  • Guest suite available with reservation

Enjoying mealtime is important for all of our residents.  In our Club Level Memory Care Neighborhood, we provide nutritious and delicious meals to our residents three times a day in a comfortable, familiar atmosphere.  Special diets are accommodated.

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Memory Care F A Q s

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

Normal forgetfulness is part of the aging process and usually begins in middle age. However, there is a great difference between occasionally forgetting your keys and dementia.  People with dementia cannot retrieve information and in most cases, lose the ability of how to remember. Dementia can be a variety of diagnoses. The most common is Alzheimer’s, a severe, progressive loss of recent memory and thinking ability.

When is living at home no longer an option?

A few factors to watch for: a senior who suddenly stops doing a longtime hobby or withdraws. Sudden weight loss. Change in grooming habits. A house in disorder. An inability to follow conversations. If you suspect that your loved one’s memory loss is disrupting their daily routine, it could be time to seek medical advice.

What role does programming and environment play in Memory Care?

A quality Memory Care program provides countless benefits such as safety, nutrition and professional support. Activities and programs provide mental stimulation and interaction, especially when drawn from that individual’s life experiences. Therapeutic tools such as music and art can awaken the senses and provide moments of personal success. In addition, many Memory Care residents benefit from the enriching ambiance of a senior living community that also includes Independent Living and Assisted Living.