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Methodist Retirement Communities Set to Open the First Memory Support Community in Huntsville, TX Area
Date:12/12/2012

Huntsville, TX (PRWEB) December 12, 2012

Methodist Retirement Communities is set to open the first and only memory support retirement community in the Huntsville region, Creekside, in early 2013 and will provide care specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss.

CreekSide Retirement Community, a senior living community owned and operated by Methodist Retirement Communities (MRC) of The Woodlands, is located at 1433 Veterans Memorial Parkway in Huntsville. Upon completion in early 2013, the community will include 18 memory support units on the bottom floor of a 3-story structure and will become an integral part of the new community’s mix of catered independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing services.

According to CEO Ron Jennette, memory support has been a top priority for the entire MRC system, which currently operates specialized memory support units within its communities at its Cornerstone community in Texarkana, Crestview in Bryan, and Pinecrest in Lufkin. MRC plans to expand the service to a fifth location by 2015 as part of a planned new community in League City. Jennette believes CreekSide residents will benefit as staff tap into the specialized programming and training throughout the MRC system.

“This will make CreekSide a draw from many surrounding areas, along with Huntsville and Walker County,” Jennette says. “Onsite healthcare is cited as one of the primary reasons for choosing a retirement community, and many of us have seen the effects of memory loss on parents, grandparents and friends. As the population ages, quality programs, services and care provided by well trained caregivers for those affected by these dreadful dementia disease
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