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A Memory Care Community
Memory Care That Enhances the Human Spirit
If someone you love has Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory-related illness, you want the very best in care. You want a program that offers not only safety and security, but one that empowers your loved one to live as fully and happily as possible for as long as possible – while providing you with peace of mind. Park Louisville is that Memory Care community.
Recently renovated, our small, purpose-built community is beautiful. But what truly sets us apart is how we enhance the human spirit:
Family Feel — Our warm family feel is more intimate than ever. Everyone knows everyone. Our staff and residents continue to love, laugh and learn together. They share truly special bonds … just like family.
Personalized Attention — We make it our mission to know residents and their families personally. It’s a special something that larger communities simply cannot match.
Active, Purposeful Lifestyle — We’re not your typical Memory Care community. We’re all about experiences. We do more, engage more, live more. We’re out and about in the Park Louisville community getting ice cream, walking in the park and dining at local restaurants. And when you visit us, you’ll enjoy lots of engagement and plenty of smiles.
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FEEL THE DIFFERENCE
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are conditions a person can live with for many years, so we’ve created a lifestyle and programming that works together to help residents live their best lives wherever they may be on their journeys. Families take comfort in knowing we provide exceptional care, quality wellness programming and meaningful social activities. Each day, we go above and beyond to enrich the lives of our residents in a caring, comfortable atmosphere. We invite you to come and Feel the Charter Difference.
“After an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, it became clear my husband could no longer live in my world. He needed to live in his. He found his world at Park Louisville … and I found peace.”
– Mary Lou, wife of Park Louisville Resident Andy