Carter Properties is pleased to announce the opening of Shenandoah Terrace, a state-of-the-art memory care community. The 21-room facility will provide a safe and inviting home for individuals living with various forms of dementia. Located in New Market, VA, Shenandoah Terrace complements the company's nearby assisted living facility, Shenandoah Place.
Shenandoah Terrace is designed to promote the psychosocial and physical well being of its residents. With amenities from a beauty salon and barbershop to a resident-adapted kitchen and therapeutic sensory room, the facility combines comfort and innovation. Outdoor living includes secure walking paths and wide porches overlooking attractive landscaping. Throughout the facility a full-time nurse and well-trained staff administer careful, compassionate care.
"We're proud to have planned a community that's as beautiful as it is functional," Paul Griffin, the facility's co-owner, says. "Our hope is that residents will feel like the Terrace is truly their home. We think it's important to accommodate individual abilities and needs, but we're also excited to see a real community grow here."
Co-owner Mark Griffin adds, “Combining a wonderful space, excellent care, and very competitive rates will create remarkable value for comprehensive memory care. We're looking forward to showing our residents all that their new home has to offer."
As a dedicated memory care community in the Shenandoah Valley, Shenandoah Terrace will fill a local need for specialized care. "With experience, research, and compassion to guide us," Paul says, "we can positively impact the lives of residents and their loved ones at Shenandoah Terrace." For more information about the facility, or to discuss opportunities for residency, please visit www.shenterrace.com, or call 540-740-8600.
About Carter Properties:
Carter Properties, a family business comprised of Marvin Griffin and his sons, Paul and Mark, owns and operates assisted living and memory care facilities in the Shenandoah Valley. The family opened Shenandoah Place in September 2006. The success of that endeavor, as well as their experiences with residents in need of memory care, led them to plan Shenandoah Terrace beginning in 2015.