Join us for live music, complimentary beverages and brain-healthy treats. Explore our expansive garden courtyard and help us make our inaugural flower creation. Tour the memory care neighborhoods, get a taste of Rob’s Garden Café, check out high-tech features and talk to the team. Our art room will be open, and you are invited to create a painting during the party. Tours will be socially distanced and refreshments individually served. RSVP is required.
Join us at Town & Country for the Grand Opening of Grace Gardens, Orange County’s newest memory community.
On July 23, we will mark the end of the building process and take a big step towards the future. We’ll honor those who made this $25 million state-of-the-art memory care community a reality.
Join us this special day:
All tours and service will be socially distanced for safety.
When Town & Country CEO Dirk DeWolfe started his career in the 1980s, he encountered a dementia resident who just needed to walk. As long as he was walking, he was happy. That formative encounter contributed to the unique physical design of Grace Gardens Memory Care, which provides residents with access to beautiful, natural surroundings, sunlight and plenty of secure, open space to move around.
We look forward to the day when Alzheimer’s is a disease of the past. Until then, we plan to do everything we can to make the journey as pleasant as possible.
Friday, July 9 • 10 a.m.
Join us for a catered outdoor brunch in our garden courtyard. Meet residents and learn why they chose Town & Country. Space is limited. RSVP to save your seat.
Thursday, July 15 • 2 p.m.
Discuss diet, exercise and lifestyle changes to keep your brain healthy.
+ “A Best Friend’s Guide to Navigating Dementia” eBook
Back to Basics: An Introduction to Communication & Memory Loss
Presented by Ben Allen, Programs and Education Specialist, ALZOC
Tuesday, July 6 • 10 a.m.
What Are They Trying to Tell Me? See Behaviors as Communication
Presented by Dr. Miriam Galindo, Psy.D, LCSW, RN
Tuesday, July 20 • 10 a.m.
Meaningful Activities: Making Our Time Together Positive and Joyful
Presented by Kim Bailey, MSG, Programs & Education Specialist, ALZOC
Tuesday, July 27 • 10 a.m.
Just as society has learned to accommodate other kinds of disabilities, Grace Gardens has shaped our environment around those living with dementia to make life easier. We also design our programming to address the individual. We believe there are many shades of cognitive impairment, so we start by investigating possible causes. Is it a drug combination? A stroke? Urinary tract infection? Or Alzheimer’s? We then apply all the tools, best practices and knowledge we have available to improve the physical, emotional and spiritual experience of each resident based on their needs and potential.
As a non-profit organization, Town & Country puts profits back into the community to provide a high standard of care, better programming, and beautiful amenities for our residents. Integrity and a strong moral compass grounded on Christian values guide our decisions in business, finance and care.