New memory care community planned for Folsom

Construction will begin in 2018 on a second CountryHouse Residence in California. Located on the southeast corner of Iron Point Road and Oak Avenue, the 45-room community will serve those with Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders, as well as their families.

CountryHouse was designed by dementia care experts to look and feel like a home. Along with state-of-the art safety and security systems, the community will feature beautiful living and dining rooms, a wellness spa, and a courtyard with a patio, water feature and strolling paths.

Services will include round-the-clock, specially-trained staff, health and personal care, meals, transportation, housekeeping and more. Daily activities will be tailored to individual interests and preferences, with the goal of maximizing the social, physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being of each resident.

According to Jon Tattersall of Maverick Partners West, “We are thrilled to be able to bring another much-needed memory care community to the region. CountryHouse will be a great fit within the Folsom community.”

“This CountryHouse will be similar in design and scope to our Granite Bay CountryHouse,” added Forrest Westin, Vice President of Agemark. “With our focus on treating residents as if they’re our own family, we’ll soon be able to help more families who are struggling to care for their loved ones.”

Agemark Senior Living has 30 years of experience in caring for those with varying forms of dementia.

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