At Bonaventure each resident is unique, and so is our approach to making sure all their needs are met. By connecting with family members, our goal is to understand your loved one's personal circumstances including all aspects of their physical, mental and emotional health. Together, we can create an honorable and professional plan to ensure life at Bonaventure is lived to the fullest.
Celebrating the Past to Create a Vibrant Present
After learning our residents’ histories and becoming familiar with what’s truly important to them, it’s then our staff’s mission to incorporate cherished memories and valued tokens into their daily life. We want to create a dignified environment that celebrates the amazing things that your loved one has accomplished — things that shouldn’t be forgotten. Reflecting on these key moments is not only therapeutic for our residents, but for their families too.
To provide the best memory care possible, our handpicked personnel receive ongoing education in order to better support those who suffer from memory loss, and their loved ones. We keep a favorable staff-to-resident ratio and small group sizes in an effort to create a lasting bond, because it’s our goal to prove that life-affirming experiences can still be pursued in the comfort of a Bonaventure community.
A Place that Feels Like Home
Our communities are thoughtfully designed, to promote days filled with purpose and laughter. Open courtyards energize the spirit and are ideal for visiting with family and friends. And our private suites make residents feel safe and secure. We strive to make our memory care communities welcoming, comfortable and just like home - allowing our residents to make the most of each and every day.
Nourishing the Mind and Body
Our staff is trained in state-of-the-art memory care treatment techniques in addition to daily health monitoring. From clinical exercises with cognitive and physical activities, to “reminiscing therapy” and even aromatherapy, there’s a way to take health-improving steps forward regardless of physical ability. And if your family has a preferred practitioner, we’d be happy to cooperate in any way we can.
We also understand how difficult facing aging and memory loss can be, and that fear and sadness are only a few of the emotions that our residents and the people who love them experience. That’s why we offer education and monthly support groups that we strongly encourage our residents and their families to participate in together. We want to offer our full support to make the present as stress-free as possible.