Welcome to The Grove

Home is more than a place. It is a feeling of warmth, security, and unconditional acceptance. For those affected by dementia and memory loss, home is the sanctuary where internal and external realities coexist without conflict.

ABHOW is creating such homes through its memory support programs. These assisted living-level homes provide a therapeutic environment, creative activities, and well-trained staff who help residents feel safe, secure and valued. Learn about the unique aspects of The Grove through the videos and stories below.


Stories from The Grove

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Memorial Fund Enriches Lives at The Grove »

7/8/2015 10:20 am

Sharing stories across the dinner table. Passing holiday dishes between family and friends. Helping Mom drop spoonfuls of cookie dough for a special treat.

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Glen Campbell Film Screening Raises Money for The Grove »

5/26/2015 12:55 pm

When legendary country musician Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2011, he was told he would never play guitar again.

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Music and Memory Straight from the Vine »

4/3/2015 4:52 pm

Everyone has a song that takes them back to a special moment — dancing with their first love on prom night, a mother whistling as she stirs cake batter, or a family vacation with the kids singing in the back seat.

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Community Raises Alzheimer’s Awareness »

1/13/2015 11:00 am

If people understood more about Alzheimer’s disease, they’d be inspired to help find a cure.

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Las Ventanas Residents Raise $1.5 Million for The Grove »

7/30/2014 1:22 pm

When new residents move into The Grove at Las Ventanas next fall, they can thank their fellow residents for making the community a reality.

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Family Devotion, Every Day »

6/10/2014 9:22 am

At first glance, retired Judge Winton (Mac) McKibben and his adult son, Brian, may not seem to have a lot in common.

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Person-Centered Care Provides A Special Home »

6/10/2014 9:00 am

When the Rev. Norman Cummings’ wife, Amy, passed away in 2010, he moved into a retirement community after living alone for a year.

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Meeting the Need for Memory Care »

6/6/2014 2:27 pm

More than five million Americans live with Alzheimer’s, and every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops the disease. For these individuals as well as their families, the challenges of memory loss are immense.

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ABHOW Sets the Bar on Innovative Memory Care »

12/19/2013 9:00 am

Before last August, Mary spent much of her days sleeping. A lack of personalized attention and care left her with little desire to be active.

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The Terraces of Los Gatos Completes Grove, Lodge Fundraising Drive »

7/29/2013 3:03 pm

Fundraising can be a daunting challenge at any level. When the goal is half a million dollars, anything close to meeting it would have to be considered a victory.