Grand Brook Memory Care


35 Years of Compassionate Memory Care

Unexpected Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease is the most frequent type of dementia. This disease destroys the nerve cells in the brain. It is a gradual illness that starts with little memory loss and progressively gets worse over time. The parts of the brain that manage thinking, memory, and communication are affected by Alzheimer’s […] Read More >>

Statement Regarding COVID-19

Update for Monday, May 2, 2022: We are pleased to be offering open visitation at all Grand Brook communities once again! We will continue to follow the recommended CDC guidelines for healthcare facilities and respectfully ask that all family members and visitors adhere to proper screening, social distancing and face covering requirements. Thank you for […] Read More >>

The Facts on the Myths Surrounding Alzheimer’s Disease

Myth #1: Memory Loss is a Part of Aging Occasional memory problems is a normal part of aging. However, Alzheimer’s disease is when a person has more than occasional memory loss, like forgetting the name of a person they have known a very long time and where they live. Alzheimer’s is not just the brain […] Read More >>

Possible Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease?

Stanford University finds a possible new approach to curing and preventing Alzheimer’s. Have we been looking for an Alzheimer’s cure in all the wrong places? Or have they just been the necessary steps that needed to be taken to get us to where we are now? Regardless of the answer to those questions, the good […] Read More >>