Saturday, November 18 • 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Get artistic with a fall-themed painting party led by Jenny Barrington. Pie and seasonal drinks will be served and tours of the community will be available after the activity. RSVP required for attendance.
Friday, November 3 • 10:30 a.m.
From the psychological to the physical details of reducing clutter and creating a living environment perfectly suited to you, you’ll love this class taught by our very own Lindsay Troge who both stages apartments and has seen many examples of how people personalize their space to create something very special with their home at Town & Country. All your questions will be answered! Plus, get the printed copy of our Rightsizing Your Life guide.
Tours available after the presentation. Refreshments will be served. RSVP required for attendance.
Grace Gardens sets a new standard in dementia care for Orange County and beyond. Located on the Town & Country campus, our beautiful neighborhoods offer spacious outdoor courtyard areas, a community bistro, expert programming and person-centered, stage-informed care.
Thursday, November 2 • 10:00 a.m.
Learn ways to adapt your communication approach so you can improve positive communication between yourself and those with memory loss.
Thursday, November 9 • 10:00 a.m.
The sights, sounds and activities of the holidays can be overstimulating for those with cognitive loss. Learn how to make the holidays special yet appropriate for a loved one with dementia.
Thursday, November 16 • 10:00 a.m.
Learn how to read signals that your loved one is struggling to handle aging on their own. We’ll discuss how to approach difficult conversations and plan for optimizing your loved one’s well-being.
Town & Country residents love to walk to nearby parks, malls, restaurants, theaters and more.
Town & Country offers informative, 60+ page, easy-to-read eBooks: Financial Considerations & Tips for Choosing a Community, Finding Your Path: A Best Friend’s Guide to Navigating Dementia and Rightsizing Your Life. Printed copies are available upon request.
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.