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October 29, 2012
RYE – Congressman Frank Guinta (R-NH) highlighted a groundbreaking ceremony for a new assisted living residence in Rye with a primary mission of caring for people with memory loss.
When completed in the spring of 2013, the $13m dollar 56-suite residence will offer residents the latest memory care knowledge, technology, and resources through transparent care in a loving, home-like environment.
“I learned a lot of about memory loss during my first term in Congress because the Alzheimer’s Association invited me to tour New Hampshire care facilities,” said Congressman Guinta. “The state is fortunate that it will soon have a facility like Sanctuary Care at Rye that is so specific to caring for memory loss and I applaud their vision and what they are working to acheive.”
October 26, 2012
RYE — Officials broke ground Thursday at the site of the future home of a state-of-the-art assisted living facility geared toward people who need memory care.
Work has already begun on Sanctuary Care at Rye, a 56-bed residence specifically designed for elderly patrons with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other memory-related conditions.
With little more than a wooden frame and mounds of dirt serving as the backdrop, officials with the town and Sanctuary Care, along with Congressman Frank Guinta, R-N.H., held a ceremonial ground-breaking at the site on Lafayette Road near the intersection with Breakfast Hill Road.
October 25, 2012
RYE — It's been seven years in the making, but a new memory care facility will allow families and residents to remain connected via the Internet when it opens next spring.
As construction continues at 295 Lafayette Road, a groundbreaking was held Thursday at the site of Sanctuary Care in Rye, a 56-unit memory care assisted-living residence.
U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta, R-N.H., who participated in the groundbreaking, said these facilities offer dignity for many older residents and comfort for their loved ones who must deal with memory care issues. “This is a commitment to the elderly in our state,” he said.