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Because the act of making art serves as a method of communication and self-expression, it can be a valuable resource in the care of people with dementia. When making art is used in this way, it is known as art therapy. And when art therapy is used in conjunction with memory and reminiscence activities, it offers our residents an opportunity to assign value to their life stories and memories, and share them with others.

Nathan Vattes’ name tag may read “Activity Specialist,” but there isn’t a single word that can cover all that he is to our residents and families – a friend, a confidant, a comedian, a leader, a shoulder to lean on and much more. He creates beautiful moments of happiness for our residents, and loves to see their smiles. Nathan’s energy and personality spreads joy to everyone at Parc Provence. Not only do the residents receive the care they need but, as an added bonus, they feel loved and appreciated every time Nathan walks through the door. His 2015 VOYCE Award was well-deserved!

Rosemary Brockes, has been an LPN with Parc Provence for almost 10 years. She received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Voyce for providing excellent care to seniors. Voyce is an organization that helps to ensure a quality of life for people living on the long-term care continuum.

David Smith, Co-Owner of Parc Provence, discusses building on residents’ strengths and abilities with our unique Person-Centered Care.

Dr. Benjamin Schwartz, Director of Environmental Design, describes the benefits of the home-like setting at Parc Provence.

Maureen Roth, daughter of one of our residents, describes the peace of mind Parc Provence has provided and states, “I think we’ve found the place where she can enjoy life again.”

Jack Chasnoff discusses the many factors that influenced his decision when he selected Parc Provence for the care of his wife, including beauty and the ability of the staff to keep her interested in what they are doing.

Local Owner Charlie Deutsch describes why he is passionate about Parc Provence and providing the highest quality memory care services.

Medical Director Dr. David Carr discusses the unsurpassed, state-of-the-art dementia care at Parc Provence, including activity therapists, massage therapy, and music therapy with a low ratio of therapists to patients.

Barbara Blacksher discusses her sister’s enjoyment of resident life and hobbies at Parc Provence.

Angela Keeven, Director of Social & Resident Well Being at Parc Provence discusses what to look for if you are considering memory care or if you want to know what to look for if your loved one might need help. From Great Day St. Louis on KMOV-TV

An interview aired on Great Day St. Louis on KMOV-TV – Janet Rice, Music Therapist, and Laura Schmid, Art Therapist, describe the benefits of these therapies in dementia and alzheimer’s care. Studies show art and music therapy stimulate and engage the entire brain, and can maintain and improve self-worth, making this a vital part of our Person-Centered Care at Parc Provence.

Dr. David Carr is interviewed on KMOV-TV’s Great Day St. Louis. He discusses the difference between alzheimer’s disease and dementia, the possibility of preventing or decreasing effects of the disease, and also the importance of quality care and socialization in a high-quality environment such as Parc Provence.

Since 2004, Parc Provence has been on the cutting edge with innovative memory care services in our home-like setting. We invite you to learn more as we celebrate over a decade of Person-Centered Care.