Established in 2011, the The Gardens of Germantown is a memory care community with three neighborhoods: each one designed with your loved one in mind. There is also a large living room where all of our residents enjoy and engage with others. Our open-floor concept encourages residents to engage in activities and enjoy life at the Gardens.
Gardens of Germantown is the first dedicated memory care community in Germantown, Tennessee. It is conveniently located near Poplar Pike and Forest Hill Irene between Germantown and Collierville.
At the Gardens of Germantown, we are committed to ensuring that every service and every amenity help create the enriched, active life you or your loved one deserves.
Our community is especially designed to provide care and comfort in a secure environment for those with mild to severe cognitive impairment. Our team members are trained to respect and value each resident, recognizing their preferences and needs; empowering them to be themselves and live purposefully. Because we know memory loss affects each resident differently, we plan programs, care, and services in creative ways, tailored to each individual. We create success stories, one small victory at a time.
Beginning with the residential areas, you will find our community is organized into small, intimate neighborhoods, specifically designed for the person with dementia or Alzheimer’s in mind. Thoughtful amenities and supportive services abound, all focused on maximizing quality of life for your loved one. Residents get to know their neighbors and make new friends. Best of all, residents feel more connected and cared about from day-one. Each neighborhood has its own dining and living area—just like home!
For visiting adult children and families, the Gardens of Germantown Memory Care is just minutes from Memphis and Cordova, Tennessee as well as Olive Branch and other North Mississippi communities. For residents, the Germantown location is convenient to Methodist Germantown and Baptist Collierville Hospitals for health care and also to shopping, dining, and entertainment venues, including the Germantown Performing Arts Center, for organized events and outings.