When you have questions or worries about senior family members with memory issues, check our frequently asked questions for quick answers. Also read a few testimonials from family members of residents at the Gardens of Germantown, and explore the partnerships we’ve established to offer the information and support you may need.
What residence options are available?
Residence options at the Gardens of Germantown include private and companion rooms designed to make your loved one feel right at home.
What services and amenities are available?
Residents have access to all the services and amenities they could ever want in a memory support community. For a specific list of community benefits, take a closer look at the Gardens of Germantown Services & Amenities.
When should I consider memory care for my loved one?
Most of us assume occasional memory problems are common for individuals over age 65. However, when parents or loved ones forget important appointments, repeat things constantly, or wander away from home, it’s not just a natural part of aging. Only a doctor can diagnose Alzheimer’s—the most common form of dementia, but if memory symptoms worsen and you have concerns about your loved one’s safety or security, it’s time to consider memory care.
If I have more questions, how can I get answers?
You can complete our contact form to request information. Or call us right away. We welcome your inquiries anytime. Call 901-755-5450 to speak to a representative.
Having visited nearly all Assisted Living Facilities in the Memphis area, I am glad I settled on the Gardens of Germantown to care for my wife with Alzheimer’s.
The attentive care my wife, with Alzheimer’s, receives at The Gardens of Germantown has made the facility and its personnel a comfortable, caring home for my wife.
My experience at the Gardens of Germantown has been great as the employees have taken care of my mother for the past three years. She is very happy with her new friends and the staff. I highly recommend the Gardens to anyone seeking excellent care for their family members.
At the Gardens of Germantown, we aim to be the leading provider and educational resource for residents with dementia and the families who love them. We work in partnership and sponsorship with many worthy organizations and memory-support initiatives in the community.