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Memory Care Community

Betty’s House is named for Betty Hines, one of the original founders of Shady Acres. Betty’s House is a comfortable, 32 bed secured Memory Care Community that prevents elopement from the facility and minimizes overt stimulation for the Residents. It is a self-contained activity, dining, sleeping and outdoor area where Residents can feel secure, yet with freedom to be on their own.

An outside walking path is available within a fenced and landscaped garden area of approximately 5,500 square feet. The walking path traverses through a large gazebo providing shade and seating areas. Lawn furniture is conveniently located along the path for sunny areas. The path exits from and enclosed solarium and returns to the activity/dining area and the residents are free to exit and reenter at their own pace.

The staff has been extensively trained in specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia training.

Dedicated Community

Designed With You In Mind

Betty's House offers Residents a safe a secure setting with all their own amenities. Families can have peace of mind knowing their loved ones are in a specialized community designed around treating dementia related disorders.


Keeping the Mind Engaged

Offering meaningful activities for our residents our focus has moved to specialized individual care. Residents are involved in reminiscing programs, Music and Memory, specifically designed for their music choice. A comfortable setting both inside and out. Sensory activities to stimulate the mind and physical activities to keep active and healthy. We have strong community involvement, veteran support groups, and families are encouraged to participate.

Specially Trained Staff

The Best Care

Staff on Betty's House are specially selected and highly trained to provide the best care for dementia patients. All staff receive training on new approaches to the care and treatment of dementia related ailments. 

“Always remember who you are, where you are going, and what you are going to do when you get there.”
-Betty Hines

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