November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Memory Care  |  November 15, 2018


In 1983, then President Ronald Reagan designated November as national Alzheimer’s Awareness month. Today, according to the national Alzheimer’s Association, 5.7 million people are living with a diagnosis of this specific form of dementia. We know that thousands more are undiagnosed and living with the disease. At CLC, we consider family members as also “living with dementia” because it is a whole family, whole community disease process. We strive to help individuals and their family live as successfully as possible at each stage of the disease process.

This November, we want to honor the spirit of each person, each family and each community supporting someone living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia – we honor and support you. Click here for a helpful resource from our Rhythms Dementia Services program, tips on how to communicate with a loved one.

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Hear What Our Residents Say


"I made some good friends after moving to Clermont Park. My family loves it. They have also met a lot of good people here."

- Georgia Bell, Resident

Al Binford

"Clermont Park is a great place to live. You can participate as much or as little as you want in community activities. You can meet as many people as you like, and they are generally open, so I’ve made a lot of friends in the short time I’ve been here. "

- Al Binford, Resident

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