This past weekend three of our cottages, Champions, Copperfield and Humble, all participated in the Northwest Houston Walk to End Alzheimer’s event. This event is near and dear to AutumnGrove’s heart and we all love to show our support. The Alzheimer’s Association puts on the Walk to End Alzheimer’s all over the United States to help raise money for Alzheimer’s research and to help finance family support groups. People join together to walk and raise money in awareness of Alzheimer’s, which is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States and there is currently no known cure.
AutumnGrove Cottage is part of the movement to help find a cure for this terrible disease. We hope that in caring for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia, we can help impact those lives in a positive and uplifting fashion. Joining forces with others in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s is just one way we can help out.
This year we decided to wear yellow shirts, instead of purple, because yellow represents someone who is currently caring or supporting someone with Alzheimer’s.
Our Woodlands Cottage won the Best Assisted Living of 2015 by Living Magazine! We are so excited and thankful for everyone who voted for us in this category. The Woodlands Cottage is a great example of what AutumnGrove Cottage stands for, excellent memory care, honoring our residents and honoring the family members that entrust the […]
In honor of AutumnGrove Cottage’s 10th anniversary, our Katy Cottage had an art show for families and friends to enjoy. All of the art work that was displayed around the cottage were created by the residents and some of the staff. Pat, the Katy Cottage manager, gathered all of the art work from the residents’ […]
It is often in the quiet moments with the fewest distractions that we are able to make the most heartfelt connections. Some people struggle with celebrating Father’s Day once their dad begins suffering the effects of Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss. You and your family may feel like the past traditions just aren’t possible […]