Cape Albeon Celebrates Groundbreaking Project Kickoff For New Memory Care Apartment Homes

The Cove Groundbreaking Project Kickoff
The Cove Groundbreaking Project Kickoff
From left to right: STARSS Board Chair Ralph Thaman, Valley Park Mayor Chandra Webster, Cape Albeon Executive Director Carol DiSanza, Cape Albeon Board President Kevin Gregory

Cape Albeon, a non-profit, faith-based lakeside retirement and assisted living community located in southwest St. Louis county, held a groundbreaking project kickoff for their new Secure Memory Care apartments homes on Tuesday, August 25th.

“We are so thrilled to add ‘The Cove’ to our wide variety of care options,” said Carol DiSanza, Executive Director at Cape Albeon.
“It’s going to represent a beacon of hope for residents and families
as we continue to demonstrate the top-quality care as established by our reputation.”

The new household, scheduled to open in fall of 2020, was carefully designed to give residents the utmost in comfort and familiarity, with calming scents, softly lit spaces, and beautiful views of the grounds.  Staff members have years of experience with people challenged with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, and they understand the role and importance of family involvement in the daily care of residents.  The Cove will also allow for a sense of continuity for seniors presently living in Cape Albeon’s Independent Living and Assisted Living apartments who may someday need Memory Care services.

“For over 20 years, Cape Albeon has been a trusted name in St. Louis when it comes to senior care,” continued DiSanza.  “Our increased focus on Memory Care builds upon our strengths while allowing us to expand our continuum of care so we can serve more people.  It’s going to be so welcomed by residents, family members, and the greater St. Louis community.”

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