University Health Care Foundation
2100 Central Avenue, Suite D-1
Augusta, GA 30904
Contact: Laurie Ott
November 28, 2011
Brandon Wilde to Break Ground on Innovative
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Facility
EVANS, Ga. – In an effort to further enhance its status as the premier Comprehensive Life Care Retirement Community in the area, Brandon Wilde is breaking ground on another innovative senior care facility on its campus.
Leadership representing Brandon Wilde and University Health Care System will celebrate the start of construction with a groundbreaking ceremony at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 30 at the Windsor House site. The ceremony will be concluded with the demolition of an existing structure on the site by University Health Care System President and CEO James R. Davis.
The Windsor House is designed to be one of the first “small house” Alzheimer’s and dementia care facilities in the nation.
“The small house concept is one that brings both dignity and a higher quality of life to those with Alzheimer’s and dementia,” said Brandon Wilde President Rich Kisner. “It will create an environment that is very close to home, allowing for our residents to keep their daily living skills intact. Of course, all of this will be done at the Brandon Wilde level of excellence, putting it at the highest level in the nation.”
Immediately following the ceremony, a reception – including a video replay – and Windsor House presentation will take place in the Georgia Room at Brandon Wilde.
About Brandon Wilde: Fully accredited by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission and widely recognized as one of the finest "Life Care" retirement communities in the nation, Brandon Wilde is situated on a beautifully wooded and landscaped 106-acre campus offering convenient access to Evans Township and surrounding Columbia County.