Memory Care


Creating success stories one victory at a time.

Memory Care at The Preserve offers people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias the care, respect, dignity and quality of life they deserve. We strive to create success stories one small victory at a time for residents entrusted to our care.

We understand that with memory loss, what remains is far more important than what is lost, which is why we embrace and celebrate everything our residents do. This focus on each resident’s unique remaining abilities is the spirit, heart, and soul of our
Heartfelt CONNECTIONS™ Memory Care Program.

The Preserve at Palm-Aire, in addition to our standard license, is also licensed by the state to provide Limited Nursing Services (LNS). This means our licensed nursing staff can provide additional nursing services within the scope of their nursing practice. This additional licensure allows the resident to remain at The Preserve at Palm-Aire for many services for which they could not continue to reside in other assisted living communities with only a standard license.

Capturing your loved one’s unique life story.

Our memory care program stems from each unique life story. We utilize reminiscence tools, customized specifically for us, to help loved ones capture a lasting legacy of details about each resident’s family, friends, career, hobbies, likes and dislikes. Memories fade, but we know those past relationships and experiences continue to shape our residents’ lives each and every day.

We apply the insights gained from each life story to individualized programming for every resident. Customized activities are designed to promote physical and emotional wellbeing, prolong daily functioning, and maintain a sense of purpose, satisfaction, dignity and quality of life.

Designed to make your loved one feel safe and secure.

The dedicated apartments in our specialized Memory Care neighborhood will offer your loved one comforting surroundings that feel like home—especially when surrounded by their own treasured heirlooms, collections and mementoes. Take a closer look at the floor plans.