Dallas Memory Care is the newest phase of The Westminster of Dallas in Dallas, Georgia and is ahead of schedule at 50% of completion. Final roofing should be complete by middle of June.
The Westminster of Dallas was designed with resident’s wellness, security, dignity and quality of life in mind. The design is focused on the residents of today, and the future, providing personalized service and experiences.
The design provides a community house paired with four memory care neighborhoods. Each neighborhood has 12 resident studios, life group and parlor spaces, and resort-style dining rooms.
Resident amenities include public and private dining spaces, a casual dining café, salon, living rooms, life groups, wellness center, and varied activity spaces. Also included is a solace space, which provides a quiet retreat from activities that may have caused some brief resident agitations.
The community house provides administrative and clinical support to each neighborhood, including the resort-style Wellness Center, Chapel. Salons, central kitchen and laundry, and administrative functions.
The overall community design provides many activity choices, maximizing independence and safety, and encouraging movement. Each neighborhood is inter-connected to the community spaces, and free circulation is encouraged.
The shingle-style aesthetic with warm colors, transitional finishes and furnishing, and vibrant artwork permeates the interiors.
The Great Room includes cathedral ceilings, and is organized to allow daylight to enter the space. Resident dining spaces allow light to access the space from two sides. This encourages residents to access the interior gardens through shaded porches and helps alleviate sundowning issues with living spaces that remain bright all day. Parlors in each neighborhood provide flexible space that serves as a quiet den or a vibrant activity space.
Families, residents, and staff flourish at Westminster of Dallas and enjoy everyday living, with abundant choice, concierge-style living, personalized services and experiential living.