CareOne recently celebrated the grand opening of its two new state-of-the-art memory care facilities in New Jersey: Harmony Village at CareOne Valley and Harmony Village at CareOne Livingston.
With 79 new apartments boasting 82 beds at CareOne Valley and 36 new apartments with 44 beds at CareOne Livingston, these new facilities are meeting a vital need in their communities by providing high-quality care to residents, and much needed support to caregivers and families. Facilities such as these are critical, particularly as the population of people with memory disorders continues to grow across the country.
“We are proud to expand our Harmony Village brand to the Westwood and Livingston communities,” CareOne CEO Daniel Straus said. “Our commitment to delivering the highest standard of exceptional, personalized memory care is evident in every aspect of these facilities, aimed to provide a nurturing, safe and vibrant environment for our residents so that they may enjoy the highest quality of life.”
Harmony Village at CareOne Valley celebrated its opening Oct. 18 with a night of tasty delights, a nod to CareOne’s culinary expertise, and appearances by CareOne CEO Daniel Straus, Westwood town council President Chris Montana, Councilmember Erin Collin, Councilmember Beth Dell, Lauren Letizia of Celebrate Westwood, and Jacob Feit on behalf of U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-5th Dist.).
A week later, on Wednesday, Harmony Village at CareOne Livingston celebrated its opening with Livingston Mayor Michael Vieira, who issued a proclamation at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
CareOne’s Harmony Village is designed specifically for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Lewy body dementia and other types of dementia and memory disorders. Guided by an innovative approach to memory care, Harmony Village residents live in distinctive neighborhoods to promote socialization, connection and inclusion with others of the same cognitive level.
“Our dedicated team provides top-of-the-line care with warmth and empathy,” Straus said. “By working with residents and their families, we not only create highly personalized care plans, but we also protect dignity and maximize each resident’s sense of independence.”