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Say goodbye to boredom. There’s no time to flip through television channels or idly sit in your room. You have friends to meet, places to go and things to see and do! Check out the monthly calendar of events to discover just how many options The Birches residents have to be involved. Begin a wellness regimen, create a piece of art or grab a front row seat to live musical entertainment. Your day is what you make of it, so make it fun!
The Birches’ Daybreak Memory Care Neighborhood offers signature programs and activities to bring comfort and happiness to residents living with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or memory loss. Our compassionate care team receives continued training from leading memory care experts, such as Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach™ to Care and the Alzheimer’s Association to ensure the latest care practices are used to promote a better quality of life for your loved one.
The good thing about Birches at Arbour Square Senior Community is there is no entrance fee. There is no buy-in. It's a month-to-month lease, which was very nice. It's absolutely beautiful. I was able to get a one-bedroom apartment. Right now I'm a little bit handicapped and I have to use a wheelchair, and this apartment is handicap accessible for everything. I met the staff, and they were very friendly. When I went to visit, each resident took the time to say hello. It seemed like a good fit for me right now. I did like the idea that if you had to move out, it was only a 30-day notice. Three meals were included. Everything is accessible, even the freezer. From my wheelchair, I can reach the freezer, open the door, and reach whatever is in there. The shower and the bathroom setup was absolutely perfect. It had a beautiful shower bench that all I have to do is slide onto. We had a complimentary lunch, and the servers were perfect. They help you if you're handicapped. If you told them what you wanted, they went and got it for you. It was a huge dining area, there were tablecloths, and your silverware was wrapped up in napkins. It seemed like a nice atmosphere. They have a movie theater, a café, happy hour, plenty of activities, trips, and a bus that will take you where you need to go. In two weeks, I'll be there. What I saw, I liked. They have a gigantic library, a card room, a game room, and nice areas if you wanted to sit outside. My room looks outside the gazebo. On each floor, they had areas where you could sit and read. It's very flexible. They do have a physical therapy department there. If you need help there is someone on-call 24/7. There is staff available to help you for anything you need. I put a $500 deposit, and that is refundable. In two weeks, if I change my mind, I would get that back. The woman who showed me around shared everything that was available, but there was no pressure. I'm looking forward to moving in.