Newly renovated Legacy Lane provides enhanced quality of life for dementia residents
One Southern Indiana Chamber and Economic Development and the City of New Albany assisted Autumn Woods Health Campus and they celebrated its newly expanded Legacy Lane neighborhood for our dementia residents during a ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 4. Autumn Woods has recently added nearly 1,000 square feet of additional living space and six private suites.
“We are excited to be at the forefront of dementia care here at Autumn Woods” commented Dianne Hinkle, Legacy Lane Coordinator. “We have implemented the Daily Rhythms program to enhance the quality of life for our residents. We provide a structured program in a home-like setting to help our residents maintain their independence for as long as possible.”
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