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Abe's Garden: Alzheimer's and Memory Care Center of Excellence
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Alzheimer's and Memory Care Center of Excellence
Alzheimer's and Memory Care Center of Excellence

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We are excited to announce that Abe's Garden has been selected as a nominee for the 4th Annual Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards! Winners will officially be announced on Dec. 16th. Stay tuned!
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“Our work is just beginning with the opening of this wonderful and one-of-a-kind community." - Michael Shmerling
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Abe's Garden will be hosting care partner trainings in Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga October 20-23. Visit http://buff.ly/1PZlAwX for more information and to RSVP. Space is limited!
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Improved lighting helps people suffering Alzheimer's disease http://buff.ly/1Oe54Kw via WNYT NewsChannel 13
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“We want to be a resource for other facilities around the world,” Given said, “and even provide solutions for people who are caring for loved ones in their own homes.”
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Less than 2 weeks ago, we welcomed our first residents into their new home! Check out this short interview clip! http://buff.ly/1Ri0VFq
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The Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer's Center has recently been added on as a site for the NOBLE clinical trial – a Phase 2 investigational medicine study of the drug T-817 for people diagnosed with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease. The center is enrolling during September and October. For more information or to volunteer, contact Stephanie Mayers at 615-875-3175 or stephanie.mayers@vanderbilt.edu.
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Tune in to Nashville Public Television​ TONIGHT at 7:30 p.m. or this Sunday at 9:30 a.m. to watch Abe's Garden be featured on the "Volunteer Gardener" segment!

"On this Volunteer Gardener, we visit garden spots unique to our community. A connection to nature has a profound impact on quality of life, and that’s certainly true for individuals with dementia. The courtyard at Abe’s Garden is a safe, expansive environment that encourages engagement for residents and their guests. The Franklin Police headquarters is a recognized leader in sustainability design features, including a 32,000 square foot green roof using native plant materials. And the Betty Brown Tree Trail is Nashville’s first downtown arboretum, just waiting to be explored. So much to be proud of."

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Only 2 days left to register for the Annual Caregiving Conference in Nashville!
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