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Knowing When It's Time

Knowing When It's Time

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia brings about unique and difficult challenges. At Beau Provence, we’re here to help. We embrace the Warchol Best-Abilities Care ModelSM and deliver the highest level of specialized Alzheimer’s/dementia care. Beau Provence is the only memory care assisted living community on the Northshore to be awarded with the Dementia Care Specialists' Distinguished Provider Award, a national award that recognizes select memory care communities that demonstrate excellence in resident care, specifically in cultivating an environment and team that allows their residents to enjoy the absolute greatest level of function, safety, and quality of life possible. The cornerstone of our program is our ability to provide unsurpassed person-centered care that helps our residents living with Alzheimer's/dementia thrive and maintain quality of life, purpose, and health at every stage. We take time getting to fully know each resident in order to provide the very highest quality of personalized care. We are 100% focused on establishing relationships with residents that are based on trust. Our programs are designed to fill each day with happy moments and enriching activities to nurture the overall wellbeing of each resident.

With the Warchol Best-Abilities Care ModelSM, your loved one is able to live up to his or her emotional, spiritual, and functional potential at every stage of Alzheimer's/dementia. Through each step of the journey, you will be guided, supported, and you will enjoy many more special moments with your loved one.

  • A full-time Director of Health & Wellness
  • A full-time Activities Director
  • Around-the-clock nurses
  • Extensive dementia care training for all staff
  • Individualized wellness and fitness programs

We embrace a person-centered approach by using the Warchol Best-Abilities Care ModelSM


  • Enjoy greater independence.
  • Maintain better safely, health, and mobility.
  • Maintain social relationships.
  • Participate in meaningful life activities.
  • Live up to his or her true potential.
  • Retain quality of life, purpose, and dignity.


  • Feel peace of mind.
  • Know that your loved one is safe.
  • Be assured that your loved one is treated with respect.
  • Feel supported throughout your journey.
  • Maintain a quality relationship with your loved one.
  • Be confident that his or her individuality, preferences, and needs are being met each day.


  • Learn and value your loved one's life story.
  • Recognize your loved one's remaining abilities.
  • Tailor activities to offer the just-right level of challenge.
  • Discover the potential that lies within.
  • Provide person-centered care.
  • Enable your loved one to thrive.