Phoenix Senior Living welcomes Hope Center Memory Care, a memory care community offering 64 secure apartments, located in Fayetteville, Georgia into the Phoenix family in a joint venture with Care Investment Trust, a New York based seniors housing investment company. Hope Center Memory Care was designed specifically to serve seniors with memory loss, allowing seniors to live as independently as possible in a safe and caring environment.
Hope Center Memory Care offers innovative, and personalized services for seniors and their families in a specialized memory care setting. Phoenix Senior Living’s unique Live, Love, Learn philosophy will be incorporated into every aspect of its care programs that are designed to coincide with the National Wellness Institute’s Six Dimensions of Wellness; Emotional, Social, Physical, Cognitive, Occupational and Spiritual Wellness. Hope Center Memory Care will provide purposeful and active days for its residents, where each of the six dimensions of wellness are integrated into individual care plans. All care and services will be led and delivered by a team of Certified Dementia Practitioners.
The owners and operators of Phoenix Senior Living with strong ties throughout the South, now operates seven senior living communities in the Southeast with 3 additional communities under construction. The Phoenix experience is designed to deliver a unique and personalized living experience for seniors in assisted living and memory care facilities. The mission and philosophy at Phoenix Senior Living is a direct reflection of the fundamental beliefs of Jesse Marinko, CEO, who holds true to his core beliefs, “We are people serving people and we know when it comes to a loved one, everything matters. The community, the environment, the care, the programs and our teams represent that core belief at every Phoenix Senior Living community.” Marinko went on to add, “We are excited to serve seniors, their families and the local community in Fayette County and look forward to a strong partnership with the city of Fayetteville.
Marinko, a native of the South, went on to add, “We are an organization who lives our philosophies each day. The values we stand by are mirrored in our commitment to serving with excellence and compassion, supported by a positive and thriving environment for our team, who will deliver on our promises. Being able to bring our commitment to quality care for seniors and their families to Fayetteville truly matters to us. We are pleased to partner with Care Investment Trust as their philosophical foundation and commitment to strong partnerships aligns so well with ours.”
For information on Hope Memory Care, contact the community at 678-817-4672.