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Memory Care with Connections: Specialized Alzheimer’s Care in Spokane, Washington

We've Navigated The Stages of Dementia, Too.

Finding memory care facilities in Spokane, WA doesn’t have to be daunting. Our community features the data-based and doctor-inspired Connections program. Our signature service is designed to help residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia find meaning and comfort. We are here to support families who feel lost.

Our Alzheimer’s and dementia care community provides a stimulating and calming environment. A committed and caring team offers a variety of activities designed to fit the unique needs of those living with memory loss.

We understand the physical and emotional toll caregiving can take on a family. If your loved one’s care needs are beyond your abilities, our dementia care specialists want to help.

South Hill Village | Associate on outing with resident

Who provides dementia care in Washington State?

South Hill Village provides round-the-clock dementia care. It’s one of the most comprehensive memory care programs in Washington State.

Our memory care program includes a licensed nurse and specially trained team members. We also provide medication monitoring and assistance with activities of daily living. Some memory facilities may feel like institutions, but our community is designed to be secure and consistent.

Dr. Sandra Petersen’s Connections program sets our Alzheimer’s care in Spokane apart. Our memory loss team includes dementia care specialists and Connections Academy graduates who provide exercise for the brain and body. Personalized care and intentional programming make a difference.

Looking for memory care communities in Spokane? Visit South Hill Village.

Inspired by Experience

Medical Director Dr. Sandra Petersen’s background in the memory care field goes back over 30 years, but it was her own experience that inspired the novel approach of the Connections program.

Over a decade ago, a stroke left her unable to use the left side of her body and connect with language skills; she even had trouble completing a sentence.

“The whole experience gave me not only sympathy, but empathy for those that struggle with cognitive decline,” says Dr. Petersen. 

With the help of a brain health specialist, she worked her way back through a variety of techniques designed to rebuild neural pathways, including learning Spanish and ballroom dancing.

Watch to Learn More about Dr. Petersen's Story

Pegasus Senior Living | Dr. Sandra Petersen

“I wondered whether the same principles that helped me, like connecting through emotion, moving, and learning new information, could work to stimulate the brain of someone with cognitive impairment.”

Dr. Petersen

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