Assisted Living

Westminster Canterbury Richmond residents invite you into their homes to share ways they live life well and benefit from thoughtful services. This video about our assisted living offerings may surprise you! To learn more contact Sloan Lindsey at slindsey@wcrichmond.org  

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When Words Fail

When memories fade and our loved ones begin to experience dementia, there are real challenges and painful adjustments to make.  Because many dementia diagnoses are progressive in nature, family members and caregivers need to prepare for ongoing change.  This takes energy and tireless devotion. As the holidays approach, remember those in your circle who are […]

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Dealing with Late-Stage Dementia

When a loved one is in late-stage dementia, communication becomes more challenging, but also more important.  Often, people have word-finding difficulty or may speak nonsensically.  This may throw you off at first, but keep trying to establish a connection.  In the late stages, they may not be able to speak at all.  With patience, you […]

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Talking about Dementia

The early signs can vary. Early signs of dementia may be very subtle and vary a great deal. You might notice that your mother keeps forgetting her best friend’s telephone number or your father no longer shaves every day. Should you be alarmed? Maybe. But you should be careful how you proceed to ensure you […]

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When Words Fail

Let us help you communicate. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease today. This number is expected to triple in the next 30 years, with many more friends and neighbors experiencing additional forms of dementia. For faith communities and people of faith, this represents a crucial opportunity for ministry and practical care. […]

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New Resource for Memory Support!

Exciting New Resource Available from Westminster Canterbury Richmond More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease today—a number expected to triple in the next 30 years. Many more experience other forms of dementia. For faith communities, this represents a crucial opportunity for ministry and practical care—one that many aren’t adequately prepared for. Amidst […]

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