Personalized Care Tailored to Residents’ Needs​

We know that when it comes to caring for those with memory impairment, there’s no one-size-fits all approach. Therefore, we take the time to learn what your loved one needs to feel safe, secure, and cared for. Our home-like, caring environment means that we are able to develop meaningful relationships with our residents, while ensuring they receive the appropriate medical care and personalized additional support required for life’s daily tasks.

Health and wellness

We offer a generous array of services that provide care, security, and comfort:
  • Assistance with daily care including bathing, dressing, grooming, and medication and incontinence management
  • A customized care plan and case management
  • Licensed nursing on-site, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • A pharmacology review at move-in, and as needed
  • Nursing assessments
  • A geriatric psychiatrist for consultation, as needed
  • A primary care manager to ensure personalized attention to daily needs and preferences
  • Monthly health and wellness assessments
  • A physician office on-site
  • Hospice care

Dining and nutrition

Residents enjoy an array of delicious and nutritious meals prepared fresh daily. Our culinary staff places a special emphasis on nutritional intake and hydration.

Menus are updated based on the preferences and feedback of our residents, who enjoy three healthy meals and snacks served daily in our Palm Court dining room, where table service encourages social interactions and fosters new friendships.

Family support: we keep in touch

We understand the challenges brought on by having a member of the family diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia. When your loved one moves to Willow Gardens, you become part of our family. We are here for you.

We communicate often with family members to involve them in our care plans and keep them apprised of their loved one’s condition. We meet in person or call, email, and text, depending on the family’s preferences.

We also offer a monthly support group in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association. Our support group offers a safe space for families to receive practical advice, learn about community resources, and gain tips improve communication with individuals who have dementia. Please call 914-336-2338 to confirm support group meeting.