Minds Matter


A Program Created to Support Brain Health


Partial Day Program

Provides a warm, open and inviting environment where individuals with Alzheimer’s or other dementia related illness can feel a sense of purpose and dignity, without the “clinical” feel of a doctor’s office or nursing home.  Encouraging, stimulating, and enjoyable programs designed and proven to enhance quality of life will fill the space.


Grace Community United Methodist Church

1190 Gold Hill Rd. Fort Mill, SC 29708


Wednesday and Friday 10am – 2:00pm



Accepting Registrations Now

Registration  Process

  • Download, Print, Fill-out and Return Registration Packet
  • In-person interview and assessment. Assessment fee is due at this time.
  • All required paperwork is received from physicians, etc.
Mail completed registration packet to:

Magnolia Memory Care, Inc.
2764 Pleasant Road. Suite A PMB 876
Fort Mill, SC 29715

We are Here for Caregivers

The Minds Matter program lets caregivers take a break from the emotional and physical stress that accompanies caring for someone with dementia. While here, your loved will be in a safe, caring, and constructive environment.  This allows you time to tend to your own needs, enjoy social time with friends or just rest. 

Programs and Services

Memory Exercises and Socialization

Cognitive stimulation can help reduce decline or produce short-term improvements in mental function. Our person-centered daily routines incorporate Cognitive Stimulating Programming that use technology and help create a sense of purpose while preserving dignity.

Group of seniors singing music together as a group

Music and Art Therapy

Music and art help provide calming and are outlets for expression. The daily programs are taught by Dementia trained professionals to enhance brain stimulation with positive outcomes.

Light Exercise

Physical activity is essential to brain and overall health. It helps maintain blood flow to the brain and may stimulate brain cell growth. Our activities included fun, muscle-stimulating exercises that promote strength, balance and fall prevention. We might do chair exercises, dance, yoga, walking or even chair volleyball.

Seniors eating and drinking a healthy meal

Brain Healthy Meal and Spiritual Support

A brain healthy meal will be provided daily. Your loved one will also receive spiritual support from local clergy.