The David and Freda Robinson Residence — Opening in Spring 2015
The Weils is pleased to present The David and Freda Robinson Residence, an assisted living memory care community located on its campus in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. This beautiful new pavilion offers an alternative for individuals who need supervision and assistance with the activities of daily living. Every detail of this warm and inviting residence has been designed to promote a feeling of security and engagement. Click here to learn more about our memory care pavilion.
Click here to read The Robinson Residence article published in the Cleveland Jewish News by CJN Staff Reporter Ed Wittenberg.
In a Person-Centered Environment.
Submit an online inquiry form regarding memory care.
Our intimate, homelike memory care wing has its own gathering space for meals, visitors, socialization and activities. This safe and secure area of five private and two semi-private suites provides a high staff-to-resident ratio in a warm and caring setting.
Residents can also participate in the many cultural and entertainment programs that take place throughout the building.
The Weils recognizes that individuals with early-to-mid stage dementia and Alzheimer’s require special care and services. We are passionate about helping each resident live life to the fullest by engaging them in activities and programming throughout the day, designed to enhance their quality of life.
We focus on the philosophy of whole-person wellness that keeps older adults healthy in mind, body and spirit throughout their lifetime. This supportive, secure memory care environment encourages residents to reminisce about their past while helping to foster dignity and socialization.
Each memory care suite has been designed with the safety and security of our residents in mind and is specially designed to provide a secure environment. The safety and well-being of each resident is monitored 24/7.
What does this new wing mean to The Weils and those in need of memory care?
“Our memory care wing offers top quality care to preserve the best quality of life for residents with memory impairment such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. It allows our residents to remain in a homelike setting with 24-hour nurturing care and a routine to help keep them safe and comfortable.”
– Amy Simon, manager of community relations & admissions services