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The Lodge at Wolk Manor

The Lodge at Wolk Manor is a specially designed assisted living community that offers comfort, familiarity and security for those with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other types of memory loss, as well as peace of mind for their families.

Our caregivers have gone through comprehensive training to effectively communicate with, care for, and calm the fears of each resident so that they can live fulfilling, enriched lives. We care for your loved one as if they were our own family; with respect, dignity and sincere compassion.

Small-scale, homelike settings are the most beneficial to those with Alzheimer’s disease. Residents are more relaxed and engaged in comfortable, familiar surroundings that remind them of home, with consistent caregivers who feel like family. With only 14 private rooms and two companion suites, The Lodge at Wolk Manor is small enough to foster that feeling of warmth, comfort and familiarity.

The Lodge at Wolk Manor’s services, staff, environment and activities make every day more enriching and satisfying.

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