Claremore Daily Progress


October 8, 2013

Sterling House opens new memory care unit


Sterling House, a Brookdale Senior Living assisted living community, will open Clare Bridge Place, a new memory care expansion community located on the Sterling House campus in Claremore.
The community will offer Brookdale’s nationally recognized Clare Bridge program, which serves residents who require assistance with activities of daily living while providing a safe environment. Residents will begin moving in the first week of November.
“We’re very excited to offer more choices and options for optimum senior living in Claremore and surrounding communities,” said Wanda Inman, executive director. “Clare Bridge Place at Sterling House of Claremore will include state-of-the-art Alzheimer’s and dementia care services that will enable residents living with memory-related illnesses to celebrate daily moments of success.”
Clare Bridge Place features a specially-designed layout that offers a reassuring sense of safety and meaning to residents’ days. Clare Bridge programming provides structure for each day and assists seniors who have memory impairment, offering care needed to ensure quality of life. 
The community is located at 1605 N. Highway 88.
For more information, visit the website at, or call (918) 361-8496.   

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