You have probably heard the announcement from Sandra Day O'Connor, first woman appointed to the Supreme Court, that she has been diagnosed with dementia, likely Alzheimer's disease, and will be stepping away from public life. She had retired from the court in 2006 to help care for her husband, who suffered from Alzheimer's. O'Connor has been a trailblazer and an inspiration to many women, in law and other professions. She will remain at her home with family and friends to support her.
Many who are diagnosed with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia do not have a secure support network to care for them as their disease progresses. Meadows is proud to have been a leader in dementia care since the 1970s, and continues to provide a secure and safe environment for the care of those with dementia. Meadows staff is thoroughly trained to provide the best care for our dementia patients in the Bloomington-Normal, McLean County, and Livingston County areas, and is committed to helping them retain and use the abilities they have to the fullest.« Back To News
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Meadows is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Meadows offers options to those in need of financial assistance. Ask about our Trinity Fund.