“A Place Where Seniors Thrive”
Are you concerned about the ongoing care of a family member living with dementia, Alzheimer’s or other forms of memory loss? If so, you’ve come to the right place… a place where compassionate care is genuine and heartfelt, the setting is secure, and the daily lifestyle is purpose-driven to nurture and positively enhance the life of your loved one.
Come discover the welcoming environment of WoodCreek Bend Memory Care and all we can provide as your dedicated family extension in the comforting care of your senior family member.
The WoodCreek Bend family is dedicated to assisting your family through this next stage of life transition.
As our Sales Director, Karen is often the first face people see to represent our community. She loves making connections with new families, learning their stories, and helping them find the best fit for their loved ones. She especially enjoys seeing the difference that our Symphony of Life program makes in the lives of Memory Care residents. It can be overwhelming when a family member has dementia, but Karen walks through all of the options and they ways Woodcreek Bend creates a custom care plan.
Karen has been married for 24 years and loves to read and write - she’s part of several book clubs and a creative writing class.
Antoinette oversees all of our care staff and works with families to implement a custom care plan, based on our time-tested Symphony of Life program. She is a licensed nurse and has experience with hospice, skilling nursing, memory care and even pediatric care. She describes her role as “taking the load off of a family member” who needs others to walk with them in caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Antoinette is married and loves to attend her children’s sporting events. She and her husband have four kids.
Aaron is a fixer and a problem-solver, working to maintain our property and keep our residents safe and comfortable. He loves working with seniors, and especially move-in day when he’s able to help families set up their new apartment to feel like home. Aaron is blessed to have three healthy and happy daughters, and he enjoys spending time with them, as well as playing basketball.
Financial Guide: For more information on the costs of senior housing and care, how to build a budget and creative funding solutions, download our Financial Solutions Guide!
A long-term care ombudsman helps residents of a nursing facility and residents of an assisted living facility resolve complaints. Help provided by an ombudsman is confidential and free of charge. To speak with an ombudsman, a person may call the toll-free number 1-800-252-2412.