beatitudes nursing home …

January 6, 2011

in Hospice & Palliative Medicine

… provides individualized care to persons with dementia based on their need. A recent NYT article tells the story.

“The dementia floor was named Vermillion Cliffs, after colorfully layered rock formations formed by centuries of erosion, implying that, “although weathered, although tested by dementia, people are beautiful” and “have certain strengths,” said Peggy Mullan, the president of Beatitudes.”

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