Live With Purpose & Continue Creating Meaningful Moments

Uplands Village offers memory, Alzheimer’s, and dementia care to individuals and families in Pleasant Hill, Crossville, Cookeville, and the surrounding East Tennessee areas.

Our innovative programming and living arrangements improve the quality of life for those living with memory challenges. Not only do our memory care residents receive the comfort and support they need with around-the-clock personal care, but they also experience purposeful living that contributes to their physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness.

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Innovative Memory Care in Pleasant Hill, Tennessee

We understand that memory loss has its challenges, and your loved one’s comfort and emotional well-being are our first priority. That’s why we help residents experience joy through a holistic approach that cares for them comprehensively. Our memory care neighborhoods minimize stress and promote calm and are staffed with the region’s most highly-trained professionals who understand that no two days are alike.

By getting to know each resident on a personal level, our caregivers learn to anticipate their needs and wants. Residents enjoy meaningful interactions that reduce feelings of stress that may interfere with their daily lives. Families can visit as often as they wish and feel confident that their loved one is receiving compassionate and attentive care.

Our innovative memory care programs help residents living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia experience joy, relive treasured memories, communicate in new ways, reduce feelings of stress, and re-connect with others. We also offer a Music program, which provides residents with iPods and personalized playlists of songs that can tap into deep memories and help them re-engage with others.

Encouraging Engagement & Familiarity

With 13 private rooms, including singles and suites, and nine semi-private rooms, our Alzheimer’s and dementia care neighborhood in Cumberland County, Tennessee, has living options to meet individual preferences – all of which are cat-friendly. This means your loved one can move into our memory care neighborhood with their cat, further helping them to feel comfortable and right at home. In addition, our memory care services include:

  • 24-hour personalized nursing care
  • Resident-directed care that focuses on individual preferences and choices
  • Three daily nutritious meals, including made-to-order breakfasts, drinks, and healthy snacks
  • Innovative and proven memory care programming
  • Cat-friendly community
  • Housekeeping and laundry services at one monthly rate
  • Access to a Snoezelen Room with multi-sensory experiences
  • Active community life with meaningful engagement opportunities
  • Interior gardens where residents are encouraged to plant/tend whatever they choose

Our experienced team of caregivers receives extensive training in the Eden Alternative® philosophy of resident-directed care, giving residents the power to make their own decisions and ensuring they are treated with dignity.

Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Nearly 6 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is projected to more than double by 2050. If you notice that a loved one or friend is becoming forgetful or showing signs of memory loss, how do you determine whether the changes are simply due to aging or if something more is happening?

Dementia encompasses several conditions, and symptoms can vary greatly. Consider scheduling a consultation with a medical professional if your loved one has significant difficulty with at least two of the following:

  • Memory
  • Communication or language
  • Ability to focus or pay attention
  • Reasoning or judgment
  • Visual perception

While there are differences between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, the emotional impact on families remains the same. If your parent or family member is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia-related condition, remember that there is help and there is hope.

Download our free eBook to learn more about dementia, coping with a diagnosis, and available care options.

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