Memory Care Campaign
A Bold Vision for the Future of Memory Care at Three Pillars
Our exciting vision is built around the continued evolution of dementia-capable spaces. Intentional at every turn, we aim to set a new standard of caring for individuals and families affected by dementia. This means providing a full spectrum of holistic dementia care along with a strong sense of inclusion. We plan to change barriers and stereotypes surrounding memory care.
Transforming Memory Care
Three Pillars has developed a thorough, strategic plan to address the pressing need for more services, support, and programming for those affected by varying stages of dementia, along with their loved ones. The two keystones of this plan include:
- Building three, new Residential Memory Care neighborhoods (with the opportunity to add a fourth). Each will serve 18 residents.
- Establishing a Cognitive Resource Center to serve individuals and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Primary components will include memory care training, resource center, wellness and respite programs.
These additions, located close to a brand-new childcare center, walking paths, garden home neighborhoods, and our town center, will become a vital part of our Three Pillars campus. They will be thoughtfully designed for maximum social engagement, security, and cognitive stimulation.
The Need is Now
The population in Wisconsin aged 65 and older will grow by 640,000 people between 2015 and 2040, an increase of 72%.
By 2040, the number of people in Wisconsin living with Alzheimer’s disease, or a related dementia, will increase to 242,000 people - 50% more than today.
Join our Grow Bold with us Campaign
Three Pillars will become a catalyst for transforming the face of aging and memory care in our region. We are committed to securing the necessary funding in order to establish our new Memory Care neighborhoods and resource center. The Grow Bold With Us Capital Campaign will allow us to expand and fill a gap in memory care programs and services in our area.
We need to step up as a leader by recognizing people with dementia are part of our community and we support their independence, value, and inclusion. We ask you to join with Three Pillars in ensuring this vision becomes a reality for our residents, our families, and our community.
Thank you for your interest in being bold!
To learn how you can get involved, contact Terri Isabell, 262.965.7294 or email@example.com.