Richmond’s Premier Memory Care Community – Harmony Square
The Crossings at Bon Air is dedicated to providing a great life for residents with Alzheimer’s and other memory-related impairments.
Our Harmony Square neighborhood is an area of our community that is dedicated specifically to residents diagnosed with dementia. Our highly-trained and knowledgeable staff assists with all the care provided in Assisted Living, plus additional support and services designed to maintain the highest quality of life for our residents.
Our secure, specialized memory care neighborhood offers spacious private suites in a home-like setting, supervised access to all amenities, and a passionate, well-trained staff. Finally, in addition to an excellent staff-to-resident ratio, our new, state-of-the-art communication system provides peace of mind and security.
At Harmony Square, we invite residents to participate in programs that embrace the phenomenon called life. We believe that there is nothing as moving as the discovery that one is not alone, which is why we encourage residents of Harmony Square to live and enjoy activities in concert with others.
Our programs allow residents to live fully in each moment by nurturing their body and spirit. They lead residents to new experiences that promote heightened levels of purpose by opening their world up to enjoyment and friendships that might otherwise be missed.
Inside the Memory Care Neighborhood
Our secure, specialized Memory Care neighborhood, Harmony Square, offers spacious private suites and companion suites, supervised access to all amenities, and a passionate, well-trained staff.
Each resident is cared for by our specially-trained Memory Care team. They provide individual service plans and have regularly scheduled care plan meetings with families to foster open communication and ensure your loved one’s needs are being met.
Residents receive assistance in dressing, personal hygiene and attending meals to preserve their highest level of dignity.
In Harmony Square, we provide the paint and brushes and encourage our memory care residents to paint their rainbow.