Memory Care at The Heritage of Green Hills (formerly Green Hills Manor) in Shillington, PA is dedicated to offering a safe, secure and supportive environment for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Residents benefit from expert, compassionate care in cheerful, comfortable surroundings. Staff are specially trained to manage the unique needs of each resident.
Heartfelt CONNECTIONS® – A Memory Care Program
We believe there’s a clear connection between the head and heart, and we use one to reach the other. We apply insights from each resident’s life story to develop an activity program for each resident. Activities are designed to promote physical and emotional well-being, and maintain a sense of independence, satisfaction, dignity and quality of life. We focus on each resident’s remaining abilities and celebrate their successes.
Memory Care at The Heritage of Green Hills includes:
- Comfortable private rooms
- Nutritious, freshly-prepared meals
- Customized memory care program based on individual life stories
- 24-hour direct care services
- Nurses on duty 24/7
- Medication administration
- 24-hour emergency call system
- On-site physicians
- On-site clinical laboratory
- Personal laundry and linen services
- Regular housekeeping
- Cable television
View our monthly activities calendar.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We offer a choice of private or semi-private rooms. Residents and their families are welcome to bring in cherished belongings that are beloved and familiar to the resident.
Resident rooms are equipped with an emergency call system. Staff is on duty 24/7 to monitor and assist residents any time, day or night. Doors lock automatically to keep residents safe. In addition, a secure courtyard offers residents a safe place to enjoy the outdoors.
Activities are scheduled according to each resident’s abilities. Generally, activities are designed to help people stay engaged with life and to support their physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
On our blog, we’ve listed developments that may signal a senior’s need for more specialized care. Read about the behavioral signs that may indicate it’s time to move a resident from Personal Care or Assisted Living to Memory Care.