On Tuesday Nov. 23, CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living in Orange City will be hosting their first open house and pie pickup event.
“We’re hoping this will increase awareness about our facility,” said VP of Sales & Marketing Andrea Abbott. “People can come in, tour the building, and then take home a pie for Thanksgiving. In addition to the pie, we’ll also have other vendors there, as well as raffle prizes.”
CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living is a 64-suite residential community for those living with dementia or Alzheimer’s. “It’s the only stand-alone memory care community in Orange City or the greater surrounding area,” said Andrea.
Offering an innovative approach to Memory Care, CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living uses a variety of highly researched, evidence-based programs to help residents and their loved ones thrive. “All of the staff are specially trained in different types of dementia,” said Andrea. “We focus on the top five, but will train our staff for any type of dementia a resident might have.”
CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living treats the whole person, not just the symptoms of their memory loss, helping residents to find renewed meaning and purpose in each day. Working closely with each resident, the community helps to minimize the symptoms of their disease, even while helping them to create wonderful new moments and memories.
In addition to the residential community, CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living also offers a day program and respite, as well as free dementia resources. “There’s a lot of free stuff that we do for the community,” said Andrea, “including virtual caregiver coaching, and every Wednesday we do geriatric life coaching.”
Located just minutes from AdventHealth Fish Memorial hospital, CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living is situated between great shopping at Village Square Retail Center and the lush beauty of PFC Emory L. Bennett Veterans Memorial Park.
For more information about CERTUS Premier Memory Care Living or their open house and pie pickup event, go to certusseniorliving.com, call 844-782-3086, or visit the community at 675 Veterans Memorial Parkway in Orange City.