Empowering Caregivers


“Minds Matter” Brain Health Program Enrolling Now


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Supporting caregivers of loved ones living with Alzheimer’s & other kinds of Dementia

Help for Loved Ones

The Magnolia Memory Day program will provide the following to improve the quality of life for your loved one:

  • Cognitive stimulating activities directed by Dementia Trained Staff
  • Exercise
  • Music Therapy
  • Brain Healthy Food Choices
  • Socialization with peers who have the same diagnosis

Support for Caregivers

While your loved one attends the Day Program, Caregivers will:  

  • Have time to take care of shopping, appointments, and self-care
  • Have access to Support Groups with other people in the same situation
  • Have guidance from Dementia Trained staff to answer questions.
  • Have peace of mind knowing their loved one is receiving compassionate care during the day.

Our Vision

To be recognized as the community leader and trusted partner providing compassionate care and spiritual support to those living with Alzheimer’s and other kinds of dementia. Focusing on cognitive empowerment and sense of purpose; in an environment that preserves dignity and “creates moments of hope.” 


To partner with caregivers of loved ones living with Alzheimer’s and other kinds of dementia by providing a holistic care model delivering vital resources, support, and services to improve their quality of life. 


Compassion – Be empathetic and caring in everything you do.
Encourage – Give hope. Ensure everyone feels heard and empowered. 
Integrity – Be ethical, honest, and transparent, especially when dealing with our vulnerable population.
 Purposeful – Caring is an intentional act. Act with intention. Inclusivity – No one should feel alone. We are in this together, one community.
 Servant Leadership – Put the needs of others first. Help others succeed, and we all succeed.  

Minds Matter Brain Health Program

Now Taking Applications: We have started a  "Minds Matter" program to support brain health.  This program will focus on exercise, cognitive activities, a "brain healthy" lunch, and music therapy. It is designed for people with mild cognitive impairment and...

Alzheimer Dementia Caregiver Support Group

We are starting an Alzheimer Dementia Caregiver Support Group which is sponsored by the Alzheimer Association  This will be a regular virtual meeting using Zoom until COVID restrictions allow for in-person meetings. It will be facilitated by Susan Bill, RN, Certified Dementia...

Program Update July 2020

Exciting news! We’ve received grant funding from the SC Department of Aging. And a building update.

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