Apple Grove Alzheimer's & Adult Day Care

3575 Hacks Cross Road, Memphis, TN 38125

About the community

For assisted living in the Memphis community, Apple Grove Alzheimer's & Adult Day care offers a family oriented atmosphere for members and their families. This community is a short drive from Memphis, Germantown, Collierville and North Mississippi and is great for quick and easy visits.

Apple Grove Alzheimer's & Adult Day Care provides comfort, along with peace of mind for both residents and their families by providing compassionate care unsurpassed by other senior living communities. With in-house nursing care provided by only the most well-trained staff available in the industry Apple Grove takes the worry from the shoulders of loved ones who want the best for their family members.

Apple Grove knows the grief of losing a loving pet and is one of the few pet-friendly care providers in the area allowing seniors to continue to be with their best friend. Other great amenities include:

  • On-site beautician and barbour shop
  • Both restaurant style with private dining areas for families
  • Medication management
  • Religious service for many denominations
  • Library with a vast collection of books
  • Fitness classes

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Senior Living Options Offered

Assisted living
Memory care

Pricing at Apple Grove Alzheimer's & Adult Day Care

Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.

Base fees by room type

Studio
Starting at
$XXXX
/mo
Semi-Private
Starting at
$XXXX
/mo

*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Amenities

Health Care Services

Memory care
Ambulatory care
Diabetic care
Incontinence care
Medication management

Staffing & ancillary services

Hospice available on-site
Doctor
Podiatrist
Dentist
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Meals & Dining

Meals provided
Anytime dining
Guest meals
Professional chef

Room Amenities

Wheelchair accessible showers
Bath tubs
Respite or short term stays offered
Wi-fi/high-speed internet
Ground floor units
Cable or satellite tv

Community Amenities

On-site dining options

Private dining room

Transportation & parking

Property convenient to public transit
Uncovered parking

Common areas

Outdoor common areas
Indoor common areas
Beauty salon
Central fireplace

Recreational areas

Arts and crafts center
Game room
Movie or theater room
Piano or organ

Services

Housekeeping
Beautician
Laundry service / drycleaning

Memory care services

Secured community
Memory care only community
Enclosed courtyard
Indoor walking paths

Primary language spoken by staff

English

Activities

Devotional activities on-site
Visiting chaplain or priest
Other religious services
Bible study group

Reviews of Apple Grove Alzheimer's & Adult Day Care

4.2

(15 reviews)

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Cleanliness

4.2

Care services

4.3

Staff

5.0

Meals & dining

5.0

Activities

4.2

Value for cost

4.3

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5.0
June 4, 2021
anonymous - Spouse or partner of resident/client
They are very good

We are very pleased with Apple Grove so far, they have been treating our loved one extremely well. They are always watching over her, the staff are very friendly and nice, we can talk to anybody when we come to visit. They are opening up more and more each week, which we are happy with. They also have a lot of activities.


5.0
September 1, 2020
Anonymous - Toured community

An overall great experience. Highly recommend.


5.0
April 16, 2019
Anonymous - Toured community

Very nice and serene place to live. Loved the screened porch deck area.


4.0
April 16, 2019
Anonymous - Toured community

This facility has a wonderful concept of dementia care and the layout and views from the rooms are pleasing. There are only 48 residents. The delightful personalities of the owners and staff are reflected in the home like setting. Security is given high priority. Rates are kept modest. On the downside, some cleaning smells were unpleasant and there seemed fewer personnel than I would have anticipated. The transport to doctors was by family.


4.0
February 11, 2019
jim HUSELTON - Loved one of resident/client
fan and customer of APPLE GROVE

Apple Grove 3575 Hacks Cross Road Memphis, TN This is the third facility where we looked for assistance with care for a spouse with Parkinson’s and dementia. The following list will reflect my observations from the past six months and spending up to 25 hours weekly at all times of day visiting the facility. • The Apple vision seems to be: Provide a community and environment that the resident feels part of, with encouragement, to be active in everyday events and adventures throughout the facility. • The facility includes vast gardens, large activity and movie rooms and my favorite, the screened in deck with lake view. Access to these areas is easy due to no locks keeping the resident out. • The nurses are allowed to apply first aid as required and falls and other concerns are reviewed with the family. Other facilities procedures were to take blood pressure and dial 911. A local Dr. is on call and provides weekly visits to eliminate endless trips to the outside world. • The core staffing is effective with hugs and distraction being the most used tools. Weekend staffing was scary at the other facilities but the strength of this weekend staff has lifted a weight off my shoulders and mind.


4.5
November 14, 2018
Anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Great Place

Excellent care was provide for my 90 year old mother who suffered from dementia. Both management and staff were very caring and helpful. Rooms and other facilities were very good.


1.0
May 4, 2018
Debbie - Loved one of resident/client
Regret.

I regret ever moving my dad into this place. The administration act like children. The nursing department is substandard at best. If your loved one has any medical problems outside of Alzheimer’s itself, or if there’s a likely chance they will develop medical problems in the future, do NOT send them here; send them to a highly vetted facility that will be able to accommodate their long term needs. Your loved one won’t even be treated for a simple UTI; they will be sent to the ER each and every time. The CNAs were also substandard; my family & I would ring the call bell & often waited 45 minutes or longer for help to arrive, so we took care of his needs in the end, even though we were paying a fortune for him to be properly taken care of. He was also rarely properly washed & dressed, and he was left in bed more often than not, instead of being allowed to sit in his wheelchair for meals, etc. After my dad had a major stroke & required nursing home care (after it was obvious, despite all their promises, that they could not care for his advanced needs), we packed his room & discovered half his clothes were missing, even though they were properly labeled. Finally, several weeks after my dad moved out, I received a call from a bill collector & discovered some bills were being sent to AG because he had to be picked up by ambulance so many times while there, and the companies just sent the bills to that physical address. But, not one person at AG thought to shoot me a text to let me know this. I texted the director, she said yes, he has mail, would you like us to send it you. Yes, please. Over a week later, still nothing. I end up going there & was handed - without apology, but rather with a shrug - a stack of 15 bills. I begged, please, let me know if you receive any more mail, and we will pick it up immediately; I only knew this was here because a collector called me. After I got home, I complained via text (the way we communicated) to the director & she ignored me. This was my ONE verbalized complaint to them, and it was after my dad had already moved out. My husband just called them today to see if any more mail was sent there, as he has passed away, and we need to be on top of whatever debt could be floating around. We were given ZERO condolences & were told that any mail they received for him was “returned to sender,” even though all they had to do was text, call, or email me. I don’t know how these companies will know where to send these bills now. All because I dared call them out on one OBVIOUS mistake. This is not how you treat a daughter who had been watching her father deteriorate during this initial mail debacle, and this is certainly not how you treat a grieving daughter & SIL, who was more like a son. This tells you everything you need to know about what you can expect. Btw, my dad much preferred the nursing home he moved to; he wasn’t able to articulate why, but even though it wasn’t as pretty, it was obvious he felt more c


1.0
May 4, 2018
Debbie - Loved one of resident/client
Regret.

I regret ever moving my dad into this place. The administration act like children. The nursing department is substandard at best. If your loved one has any medical problems outside of Alzheimer’s itself, or if there’s a likely chance they will develop medical problems in the future, do NOT send them here; send them to a highly vetted facility that will be able to accommodate their long term needs. Your loved one won’t even be treated for a simple UTI; they will be sent to the ER each and every time. The CNAs were also substandard; my family & I would ring the call bell & often waited 45 minutes or longer for help to arrive, so we took care of his needs in the end, even though we were paying a fortune for him to be properly taken care of. He was also rarely properly washed & dressed, and he was left in bed more often than not, instead of being allowed to sit in his wheelchair for meals, etc. After my dad had a major stroke & required nursing home care (after it was obvious, despite all their promises, that they could not care for his advanced needs), we packed his room & discovered half his clothes were missing, even though they were properly labeled. Finally, several weeks after my dad moved out, I received a call from a bill collector & discovered some bills were being sent to AG because he had to be picked up by ambulance so many times while there, and the companies just sent the bills to that physical address. But, not one person at AG thought to shoot me a text to let me know this. I texted the director, she said yes, he has mail, would you like us to send it you. Yes, please. Over a week later, still nothing. I end up going there & was handed - without apology, but rather with a shrug - a stack of 15 bills. I begged, please, let me know if you receive any more mail, and we will pick it up immediately; I only knew this was here because a collector called me. After I got home, I complained via text (the way we communicated) to the director & she ignored me. This was my ONE verbalized complaint to them, and it was after my dad had already moved out. My husband just called them today to see if any more mail was sent there, as he has passed away, and we need to be on top of whatever debt could be floating around. We were given ZERO condolences & were told that any mail they received for him was “returned to sender,” even though all they had to do was text, call, or email me. I don’t know how these companies will know where to send these bills now. All because I dared call them out on one OBVIOUS mistake. This is not how you treat a daughter who had been watching her father deteriorate during this initial mail debacle, and this is certainly not how you treat a grieving daughter & SIL, who was more like a son. This tells you everything you need to know about what you can expect. Btw, my dad much preferred the nursing home he moved to; he wasn’t able to articulate why, but even though it wasn’t as pretty, it was obvious he felt more comfortable there.


5.0
November 17, 2016
Anonymous - Toured community
Verified Review
Beautiful Complex!!

The Apple Grove was such a beautiful community. The place was very clean and all of the staff were very nice. They seemed to pay very good attention to the residents. I noticed a lot of activities going on as well. The only reason we did not go with this community was simply because we could not afford it,


5.0
August 29, 2016
Anonymous - Toured community
Verified Review
I Liked My Tour

This community could have been a suitable home. I thought the facility was clean. I did not see any activities or interaction. The tour guide answered all my questions.


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