Days before its grand opening, Karen Parks leads a tour of Parks' Place in Plymouth. Chandeliers were going up. Paintings getting hung on walls. Furniture arranged and organized. Here, no detail was left untouched.
"Every paint color, every floor covering, every painting on the walls," said Parks.
There's a reason for the thoughtfulness of the design. Parks says Parks' Place aims to redefine memory care.
The wall colors differentiate each wing, helping residents navigate to their rooms. The place is meant to feel like a family… Read More