Spring Arbor of Albemarle
315 Park Ridge Rd Albemarle NC 28001
Just as your family makes a house a home, our family of dedicated, caring professionals makes Spring Arbor a place where our residents feel loved, like an extension of family. We nurture each resident's independence by promoting dignity and choice helping them thrive within a setting of privacy, comfort and compassionate care. Whether it's our Chef adding some extra flair to a birthday dessert, or an Executive Director calling a resident's loved one to share a moment of joy, our commitment to serving each resident is passionate and consistent. This day-to-day personal interaction with each of our residents is the number one reason families choose Spring Arbor. There's a wonderful peace of mind that comes from knowing we treat your family as our very own.
Community amenities are important because it's how you live that matters.
Our Spring Arbor residents are so proud of their beautifully designed and appointed apartments they love welcoming their friends and family. It's not surprising, because Spring Arbor is designed to feel like home. But, there is so much more to enjoy here. Just outside your private entrance is a whole community filled with laughter and love, plus a full-time a full-time Activity and Wellness Director to make sure the fun never stops. Our residents enjoy a seasonal menu prepared by our house Chef and complemented by charming dinner companions. Life here is invigorating, enriching and inspiring. Our residents enjoy new days filled with many new experiences and programs personally designed so each resident can live life to the fullest.
Spring Arbor Cottage Care Program for Alzheimer's and Related Dementia features cottages which are keypad-secured, the floor plan is flowing and open with only the entrance restricted to access. This allows our residents freedom of choice and movement while maintaining the need for a secure environment. Likewise, despite the smaller number of residents, staffing ratios are higher to allow for the additional time and attention needed. Team members who fulfill this important role receive additional training on how to support residents with dementia and the common tendencies that occur. The result is a team well prepared to meet a variety of needs and uniquely qualified to ensure Cottage living is more about celebrating what we can do rather than grieving over what we can't.
It has been said that often times it is the loved ones who suffer more than the actual victim of Alzheimer's or a related dementia. At Spring Arbor, we truly believe that the families and friends of the some 4 million victims of this disease are our nation's quiet heroes. Regardless of your choice regarding the care of your loved one, we encourage you to seek out support as you take this journey and allow us to join you along the way.
The City of Albemarle was established in 1857 and was named after George Monock, the Duke of Albemarle. Albemarle boasts major parks, a community center, and the development of a greenway system that will connect all areas of the city. This city has also been recognized by the national Trust for Historic Preservation as a National Main Street City. Spring Arbor of Albemarle Senior Care facility benefits from a moderate climate and a landscape of gently rolling hills. The City of Albemarle enjoys a variety of beautiful and diverse neighborhoods, both historic and new.
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