Grand Brook Memory Care

35 Years of Compassionate Memory Care

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Grand Brook Memory Care offers an Adult Day Care program allowing families to drop off their loved one at a Grand Brook community and pick them up at the close of day. Our Respite program allows families to know their loved one is being well cared for by highly trained caregivers during overnight stays.

Our Adult Day Care Program

Families are able to drop their loved one off at a Grand Brook community for the day to provide the family caregiver a well-deserved break. Our compassionate caregivers will involve your loved one in the same lifestyle that our full-time residents enjoy. Day stay guests are also welcomed at mealtimes and for refreshments with our full-time residents.

Experience Our Adult Day Care Programs on Wednesdays for Free

We offer our Adult Day Care program free every Wednesday. This provides a service to the surrounding community and an opportunity for you and your loved one to try out the program. Many of our full-time memory care residents first became acquainted with Grand Brook through our Free Wednesday adult day care program. Call us today to reserve your space.

Our Respite Care

Through Respite Care, we offer a family caregiver the opportunity to take a vacation or to handle other family responsibilities while we care for their loved one with dementia. A respite guest can stay 24 hours a day for up to 29 days. This program includes full assistance, as needed, medication management, health monitoring, all meals and refreshments and our Social and Spiritual Engagement program. All respite guests become a member of our Grand Brook family while they are with us.

Call 469-964-5727 today to speak with a Grand Brook team member or to schedule a tour.

"The staff has been great. Every time I enter the door, they greet me and relate a small story or just tell me how he’s doing that day. All staff members give me and my dad a big hello and many give hugs. He feels so loved. Many times he tells me they treat him so ‘special’ and they watch out for him." Melinda M.