May 1 marked a 5-year anniversary for Walnut Creek Alzheimers Special Care Center as an active member of the Southwest Indiana Chamber and the Ambassador program. We would like to thank Walnut Creek Alzheimers Special Care Center for their valuable membership, participation and service to the Greater Evansville region. Walnut Creek Alzheimers Special Care Center is located at 525 Bentee Wes Ct. in Evansville and can be reached by calling 812-471-3100. Follow them on Facebook and YouTube.
Welcome to Walnut Creek Alzheimer’s Special Care Center in Evansville, IN
Walnut Creek Alzheimer’s Special Care Center is located in Evansville, IN, nestled along the Ohio River in a city that has become the major center for health care in the tri-state area. Walnut Creek is part of JEA Senior Living, a company that has over 30 years of experience in senior housing and memory care, with communities all across the United States. JEA prides itself on drawing on the strength of its history in the industry while partnering with the leaders in Alzheimer’s education to learn the newest ways to provide the best available care to people affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related diseases.
Compassionate Caring Service
We understand the unique challenge you face when selecting senior care for yourself or a loved one. Let us help by putting your mind at ease. We treat all of our residents with the same compassionate care, whether the individual is in need of assistance with activities of daily living or requires specialized attention due to Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related illness.
Designed for Comfort, Care, and Quality of Life
Our state-of-the-art facility will allow your loved one a place to feel comfortable while receiving the care needed. We use our unique program, Meaningful Moments®, to create a customized treatment plan for your loved one. We create daily routines at Walnut Creek Alzheimer’s Special Care Center, that includes memories, events and past schedules from your loved one’s life prior to dementia affecting them. This creates a sense of comfort and familiarity. Working with the family as a partner allows our caring staff to discover what is most important to all affected by this disease.