Cappella of Grand Junction: A Leading Dementia Care Community on the Western Slope

Memory Support
Leading Dementia Care Community

Posted: December 28, 2023

At Cappella of Grand Junction, we’ve created a dementia care community where residents continue growing and flourishing rather than simply existing. Our approach to senior memory support comes from deep understanding, as we embrace the “walk a mile in my shoes” approach to older adult care. We are committed to fostering a healthy, hopeful, responsive environment where residents’ needs and values are respected.

Leaders in Dementia Care

Leaders in dementia careCappella of Grand Junction offers a unique and caring approach to memory support that focuses on possibilities for older adults living with dementia.

Everything—from the architecture to chef-planned meals to a calendar packed with life-affirming activities—was designed to enhance residents’ quality of life.

Here, your loved one will be welcomed into an accepting, adaptive environment, offering you peace of mind that they are receiving compassionate, quality care.

We are leaders in providing senior memory support, in the ways that matter most.

 

 

It starts with our unique Rhythms Dementia Services

Every resident has a natural rhythm to his or her life, beliefs, and values they hold dear. Rather than encouraging residents to abandon those life-anchoring rhythms, we adapt to support their way of life. Our team members form deep, personal relationships with residents, allowing us to meet both spoken and unspoken needs.

We thoughtfully create an environment where residents are supported and empowered on their dementia journeys.

No other Western Slope dementia care community approaches memory support quite the way we do. We design a personalized Alzheimer’s and dementia care plan for each resident, one that honors each individual, maintains dignity, and nurtures body, mind, and spirit.

We aren’t focused exclusively on what your family member has lost. Rather, we look for what is possible and provide tailored, effective memory support that upholds and celebrates key areas of life.

On Colorado’s Western Slope, Cappella leads the way in providing…

Memory care that builds friendships

Our residents come from all across the Western Slope. But once they’re here, they forge meaningful new friendships—because daily activities create engaging on-ramps for mingling, learning, and making fresh connections.

Dementia care community life enrichment programmingBook clubs, musical performances, community sing-alongs, afternoon movies, pie and coffee socials, a comfortable corner reserved for crafters and puzzle enthusiasts—we’re the leader in supporting those living with dementia with meaningful interaction between your loved one and fellow residents and caregivers.

Review a monthly activity calendar and you’ll see how many ways there are for your loved one to form satisfying relationships. We’ve worked with residents to carefully incorporate a wide range of options, assuring there’s something for everyone.

Memory care that refreshes the spirit

Optional morning devotions are meaningful for many residents. Scripture reading is appreciated by others. And a non-denominational church service every Sunday offers music and fellowship.

Catholic communion is also available, as are conversations with a caring and compassionate Western Slope pastor.

We honor the spiritual lives of residents and support the traditions that bring residents comfort.

Memory care that builds strength and stamina

Dementia care community health and wellnessIndividualized health and wellness support for residents includes an onsite fitness center, spa, pet therapy, and Movement 4 Life program.

Through this program, residents are encouraged to maintain strength, balance, and flexibility through daily movement. Simple movements, recommended by physical therapists, are integrated into routines to build whole body wellness and decrease the risk of falls.

Enjoy award-winning memory care right here on the Western Slope

We’re proud that Cappella of Grand Junction has received the prestigious 2022 Pinnacle Customer Experience Award. This honor is given only after extensive interviews with residents and their families, and just the top 15% of communities are recognized with this award.

If you’re on Colorado’s Western Slope and it’s time for your loved one to consider moving to an assisted living or memory care community, we invite you to visit Cappella of Grand Junction.

Call 303-822-7070 to schedule a visit so we can show you around, answer your questions, and introduce you to the caregivers who will cherish your loved one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We live longer and healthier lives when we're connected to others in meaningful ways. That's why Cappella of Grand Junction assisted living and memory support residents have lots of opportunities to engage with others who share their interests and tastes. Cappella of Grand Junction Senior Living Community is managed by Christian Living Communities and provides exceptional assisted living senior care, memory support for retired persons and more to the Grand Junction Colorado area including Redlands, Clifton, Orchard Mesa, Canyon View Park, Lincoln Park, and the rest of the Grand Junction Colorado area. We also are an ideal senior community for those in the zip codes 81506 (where Cappella of Grand Junction Senior Living Community is located), 81505, 81501, 81504, 815208, 81503 and 81526.


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