Caregiver Services... Caring for Life!
Thousand Oaks CA (PRWEB) April 18, 2013
Atria Hillcrest Executive Director Michelle Norton proudly announced that their Life Guidance Memory Care Neighborhood at Thousand Oaks will be open this month April 29. Atria Life Guidance communities are secure neighborhoods designed specifically for residents living with Alzheimer's disease and other memory impairments as witnessed by healthcare professionals and family members during the April 12 Atria community tour. The "Dusty Shoe Tour" conducted by Atria Community Sales Director Lloyd Hartley and their Life Guidance Director Mark Stelzer provided a good overview of what Life Guidance Memory Care community has to offer. Tour participants were impressed with the spacious outdoor terrace, well designed dining room and a new demonstration style kitchen. The Life Guidance programs were articulated clearly by Mark and Lloyd which is part of Atria's success in other Memory Care community all over USA.
Atria Hillcrest also offers Independent Living and Assisted Living to residents providing them Quality Enhancement Program, Culinary Excellence Program and Engage Life Program. Atria's success have been clearly articulated by residents in their testimonials, some of them have been residents since 2004. The Independent Living and Assisted Living residents care is handled by Atria's Resident Services Director Janna Chinn keeping up with the high standard set by the company.
Council on Aging volunteers of Thousand Oaks, Alzheimer Association and Caregiver Services & Home Care Inc. http://www.mycaregiverservices.com welcome the opening of Atria's Life Guidance Memory Care neighborhood. It will truly serve its purpose and meet the needs of seniors within Thousand Oaks. The survey results of Thousand Oaks Senior Adult Master Plan completed by Council on Aging few years ago listed this kind of a reputable senior living community as a possible place to live whenever seniors choose to leave their home.
Atria Hillcrest will best serve the baby boomer generation in the next few years. Boomers are the 77 million Americans born from 1946 through 1964. Since January 1, 2011, there are 10,000 Americans a day turning 65 years old and will continue for the next 19 years. There are 5 million cases of Alzheimer's disease presently but will grow to 16 million by year 2050 barring development of medical breakthrough to prevent, slow or stop the disease. Alzheimer's Association 2013 facts and figure revealed that someone develops Alzheimer's disease every 68 seconds now, by mid-century, it will be every 33 seconds.
All are invited to the opening of Atria Hillcrest Life Guidance Memory Care Neighborhood on 29th of April this month and family members can make their reservations and schedule a meeting ahead with Atria Hillcrest Community Sales Director Lloyd Hartley, contact numbers 805-373-0606, 805-273-5042 and website http://www.atriahillcrest.com.