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Alzheimer’s assisted living community to open in Rockwall March 22

ROCKWALL – The grand opening of Autumn Leaves Alzheimer’s and Memory Care Assisted Living Communities in Rockwall is scheduled today from 4-7 pm at 225 East Ralph Hall Pkwy, behind Home Depot.

Their Rockwall location is the 10th community opened in the DFW area since the Irving-based company broke ground on its first development more than 10 years ago in North Texas.

There are also three communities in Chicago, four in Houston and one in Tulsa. Additional development plans include expansion in those markets.

Family-owned and operated, Autumn Leaves communities are designed to combine a warm, home-like environment with the highest quality memory care available, according to Community Relations Director Gina Lozano.

“Specialized in every aspect, Autumn Leaves memory care residences are focused on meeting their residents’ emotional, physical, social and nutritional needs in a home-like environment.”

“All Autumn Leaves’ professional staff, nursing personnel, and caregivers are specially trained in Alzheimer’s and dementia-related care.  Our on-going education and training allows us to provide the latest and highest quality of care to meet the unique needs of our residents.”

According to Mitchell Warren, president of The LaSalle Group, which designed and constructed the facility, the new community in Rockwall should make an immediate impact.

“Our home-like approach to care-giving for those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is unique to the industry, and I am confident it will become valuable to the Rockwall community,” said Warren. “Not only do we intend to be a resource to the community, but we want to invest in Rockwall, as well, through job creation and ongoing education. We’ve already created more than 200 jobs.”

Warren said each Autumn Leaves community is approximately 26,000 square feet and supported by an expert, dedicated team of approximately 40 staff members.

“Unlike most independent and assisted living centers, every Autumn Leaves staff member is rigorously and exclusively trained and certified to serve its residents’ unique needs,” he added.

“Our business model of smart growth and family focus is setting the standard in caring for those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia,” said Chad Anderson, president of Constant Care Family Management. “Our community in Rockwall will sustain the momentum we are currently experiencing and help us maintain our position of servant leadership and passionate care-giving for those in need of memory care and their families. With Gina helping us in Rockwall, I look forward to serving the community immediately.”

For more information, visit AutumnLeavesLiving.com or call (214) 845-4500.

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