Dementia residents served at New York memory care facility

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Willow Gardens Memory Care, a residential facility at United Hebrew Nursing Home, recently opened to help those with memory impairment.

The New Rochelle, NY, facility will expand the campus capacity. It was built in United Hebrew's former Saul and Ada Gutner Pavilion.

Those with moderate memory impairment will live on the first floor, while the second floor will be home to residents affected by severe dementia, executives said.