Grace Memory Care is conveniently located off State Street in the Garden City/ Boise area. The beautiful décor welcomes you to concierge-style living with the options of making new friendships and engaging in group activities.
Stop in for a guided tour and take us up on that lunch offer; Friday’s clam chowder has a great reputation!
Memory Care Floor Plans
Grace Memory Care Boise
It’s a new day in caring for those with dementia and Grace Assist Plus™ Memory Care residences in Meridian, Boise on State Street, Caldwell, Twin Falls and Chubbuck/Pocatello have been a-buzz about the emphasis on care.
Our dedicated Memory Care is safe and secure but it’s also bright, active, and busy –
offering a welcoming, open floor plan with inviting common areas and large windows.
The sofa, recliners, and even the dining room chairs are made of the softest materials and the deepest plushy foam. There is an emphasis on comfort that is rarely seen these days, even in the finest hotels. But the decor is only the outside veneer; the real emphasis is on care. Linda Hines, the owner and heart of Grace Assist Plus™ explains, “It is the most elderly who need and deserve the highest level of care, the softest comforts, and the greatest love and attention.” Linda Hines emphasizes, “These are the people that need pampering the most—so let’s pamper them!”
When roles begin to reverse, Grace Assisted Living will assist you through the tough decisions and provide peace of mind for every transition. At Grace Memory Care, one notices an altogether slower pace from Assisted Living. Specialized levels of care are offered to accommodate individuals with dementia who need a more supportive lifestyle. Assist Plus is a memory care important, personalized care plan designed for each person to maximize their capabilities and help your loved one maintain their sense of dignity. Family and friends are always a welcome and valuable part of our Assist Plus process.
Care plans in our dedicated Memory Care wings and buildings are adjusted to meet the and changing health need of each resident so that any resident can remain at Grace for life. Our nursing staff and caregivers are highly trained to treat the mind, body, and spirit. We never underestimate the healing power of a hug, a gentle touch, or kind words.
Besides the leisurely pace for our memory care and dementia residents, another emphasis that is highly prized is a reliable routine that divides the day according to their energy level. An energetic game of Bingo is a favorite after a hearty breakfast. And later, a lively band practice and patriotic “sing-spiration,” or a game of bowling led by the activity director, are a few of the activities that fill a day. Activities like these and others boost the residents’ alertness and sense of balance, as well as tone the muscles, and promote a feeling of optimism and well-being.
Great patience and time are taken to make each memory care resident feel comfortable participating in activities and games that are challenging, entertaining and therapeutic. Activities are specifically planned to provide a supported environment where every person is given the opportunity to contribute and live their best life.
Teamwork is essential in memory care and the administrator and their staff are an important part of the bridge that Grace builds between the senior living community and residents’ families. Family members appreciate being able to ask questions and get answers as they navigate between their family member and their new environment.
You might also appreciate that Grace is an Idaho company, based in Idaho, and managed by people who live in Idaho. We know our residents love their families and their families love them, so we make every effort to bring that family feeling to everything we do.
Linda Hines, Owner/Registered Nurse, established her first senior living community in 1990. “Over a period of 30 years I’ve opened 20 senior care communities. Serving the elderly population has been my life’s passion and a rewarding career path. At Grace, we strive to provide excellent retirement living and care.”
Colter Kamo, Owner/CFO, has been with Grace Assisted Living since 2004. “It is exciting to observe the changes to senior care since the early 2000’s. Our company prides itself on adapting to change and being a flagship for senior care in Idaho.”
Cody Bennett, Regional Administrator/CEO, has been with Grace Assisted Living since 2011. “Working in Assisted Living and Memory Care has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. The landscape of the industry is rapidly changing and evolving. We, at Grace, are working extremely hard to lead the way in Idaho for top quality senior care.”
“We are in our residential communities daily, so we are on a first name basis with our residents. We personally know each location’s administration and their staff members, our caregivers, and all the other Grace team members at our communities. We make ourselves easily accessible, so anyone, families especially, can call or talk to us whenever they want. We are proud of what we’ve built right here in Idaho for Idaho families.” Linda Hines
Thanks to all the great staff at Grace Memory Care at State Street for taking such excellent care of my mom! We know she’s in great hands and are so appreciative of all you do for her! It takes very special people to do what you do day in and day out! You’re the best!!!
Moved my mother to Grace Memory Care three months ago from the Assisted Living side. The staff has been wonderful, very helpful and caring. The staff is excellent in keeping mom safe, comfortable and engaged. We are very happy and thankful that mom is in Grace Memory Care.
The best thing about living at Grace is the wonderful staff. They are caring, helpful and efficient.
My wife has been at Grace Memory on State Street for two plus years and I couldn’t be happier with the care she receives. The nurses and staff have given her the care and dignity she deserves She is in good hands and our children, grandchildren and I are thankful for all you do for her.
My wife resides in Grace Memory Care. The staff their are wonderful people. I live at Grace as well, in Independent Living, and am able to see my wife every day. She is very well taken care of and treated with upmost kindness and respect by the staff.