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Liana believes that in order to provide the best memory care our communities must be designed from the ground up. That’s why each Liana community is built to provide an environment that assures the comfort and enjoyment of your loved one.

Unlike other memory care residences, Liana has intentionally placed our offices within the residence. This open-door policy permits our residents to come in and out of our offices just as they would any living area of their home. It helps to establish bonds of trust and enhanced community. This is all by design.

Another design feature found in each Liana community is the unique neighborhood décor. Each residential corridor is given a distinctive color palette and theme. These neighborhoods enhance familiarity and comfort.

Every Liana community is designed with an abundance of natural light. Large airy windows, atriums and solariums not only lend a bright and cheery mood to the residence, they have been demonstrated to reduce anxiety among residents by providing a gradual transition into evening along with our auto-dim lighting. By eliminating the stress of “sundowning,” residents enjoy a calmer, more reassuring environment.

The dining areas at Liana are designed to encourage community and social engagement. Families are encouraged to join their loved one in a private dining room any time for a complimentary home-cooked meal. We believe that mealtimes should not simply nourish the body but should nourish the soul as well.


Every Liana community provides your loved one round-the-clock dementia care, 7 days a week. Every member of our staff is fully trained in Alzheimer’s and dementia care. But they don’t just understand the nature of dementia. They understand how to nurture those living with this disease.

From the first assessment with the resident and their family to the transition to the community, the dementia care nurse is there to oversee and seamlessly coordinate the entire process. The Liana nursing staff understands that clear communication with the resident’s family is essential as they deal with this difficult transition. Our nurses do more than care for our residents, they care for the resident’s family––explaining what to expect as the disease progresses.