Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, an irreversible and progressive disease that impairs memory, behavior and thinking. Alzheimer’s disease is marked by a buildup of protein plaques in the brain and brain cells that become tangled and misshapen. These tangles and plaques cause brain cells to die. Over time, the brain shrinks and the patient’s need for quality care increases proportionately.
Click here to learn more about what differentiates Windsor Gardens from other memory care communities.
The best way to evaluate a memory care community is to schedule a tour.
Once you’ve visited Windsor Gardens and have decided to begin
the admission process, one of our qualified assessors will meet
your loved one in person to assess their individual needs and
determine the perfect level of care.
1602 NE 162nd Ave
Vancouver, WA 98684
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