O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village celebrated the grand opening of a new building and Memory Support Assisted Living wing the evening of June 7.
City dignitaries and health care leaders were on hand to join the O’Neill family in the ribbon-cutting.
“This is an option that people who are looking at Memory Support care should visit,” said John T. O’Neill. “Memory loss can happen slowly and over a long period of time. This is one of the options families should see when it is time for them to consider Memory Support care.”
Offering state-of-the-art Memory Care, the 37 units of the new wing are designed for safety and comfort and staffed to care for people with cognitive impairments such as dementia, Alzheimer’s and memory loss.
Memory stations, like a wood shop for men and beauty parlor for women, help make up the generous floor plans. The resident’s family also receives support: how to cope with various stages of cognitive disorders and the changes they will see in their loved one – all within a spacious, tastefully designed home-like environment.