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Serenity Place – Memory Care Therapy

We know that memory loss makes every part of caregiving much more complicated and heartbreaking. Your loved-one’s independence, dignity, and choice are the reasons The Cottage has been helping families just like yours for over 30 years.

Serenity Place – Multisensory Therapy Room

Serenity Place is custom designed to help your loved one cope with anxiety that comes with memory loss. A sense of tranquility is created for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia by stimulating several of the senses in a safe and therapeutic environment.

Benefits include:

• Stronger connection with caregivers
• Enhanced communication
• Improved mood
• Increased understanding of environment

Serenity Place stimulates:

• Sight: relaxing, colorful lights dance throughout the room
• Sound: calming music plays in the background to soothe and enhance exploration of the room
• Smell: a subtle trace of lavender, known to help relieve tension and stress, envelopes the room
• Touch: interactive textures including light strands, marble wall, and vibro-acoustic seats

“Before we had Serenity Place, one of our memory care residents was constantly nervous and paced throughout The Cottage all day – getting very little rest. After we introduced Serenity Place, she was one of the first residents to use it. We noticed immediate relief. While sitting in the room, she was able to relax and get some much needed rest. Benefits lasted after her session, and she was able to enjoy her afternoon in the living room.”

David Butero

Community Outreach Director

I am extremely pleased with all aspects of my mom’s care. It makes a tremendous difference having her in a small facility environment. Every staff member I have interacted with has been top notch and thorough. I have confidence that she is safe, well fed, cared for, and engaged with activities. This is the 4th facility we tried. Start here with your loved one – I wish I had.

Leigh Waddell

Daughter of Cottage Resident Ms. Anderson

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We're here for you.

Serenity Place – Memory Care Therapy

We know that memory loss makes every part of caregiving much more complicated and heartbreaking. Your loved-one’s independence, dignity, and choice are the reasons The Cottage has been helping families just like yours for over 30 years.

Serenity Place – Multisensory Therapy Room

Serenity Place is custom designed to help your loved one cope with anxiety that comes with memory loss. A sense of tranquility is created for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia by stimulating several of the senses in a safe and therapeutic environment.

Benefits include:

• Stronger connection with caregivers
• Enhanced communication
• Improved mood
• Increased understanding of environment

Serenity Place stimulates:

• Sight: relaxing, colorful lights dance throughout the room
• Sound: calming music plays in the background to soothe and enhance exploration of the room
• Smell: a subtle trace of lavender, known to help relieve tension and stress, envelopes the room
• Touch: interactive textures including light strands, marble wall, and vibro-acoustic seats

“Before we had Serenity Place, one of our memory care residents was constantly nervous and paced throughout The Cottage all day – getting very little rest. After we introduced Serenity Place, she was one of the first residents to use it. We noticed immediate relief. While sitting in the room, she was able to relax and get some much needed rest. Benefits lasted after her session, and she was able to enjoy her afternoon in the living room.”

David Butero

Community Outreach Director

I am extremely pleased with all aspects of my mom’s care. It makes a tremendous difference having her in a small facility environment. Every staff member I have interacted with has been top notch and thorough. I have confidence that she is safe, well fed, cared for, and engaged with activities. This is the 4th facility we tried. Start here with your loved one – I wish I had.

Leigh Waddell

Daughter of Cottage Resident Ms. Anderson

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