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Providing options for
people needing short term rehabilitation, long term care, or facing
Alzheimer's Disease
and other cognitive
disorders.

Call 203-264-9135



990 Main Street, North
Southbury, CT 06488

Alzheimer's Care Rehab for Dementia Independent Senior Living
 

Welcome!

Nestled in the heart of Southbury's historic preservation district, the nonprofit Lutheran Home of Southbury (LHS) provides care for older adults of all backgrounds and faiths. Since our founding in 1918, we have been offering quality and compassionate services to our residents and their family members.  We are committed to enhancing the clinical and social well-being of elders who suffer with moderate to severe Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of memory loss.
 
Our Commitment to Alzheimer's Care
The Lutheran Home of Southbury offers care to people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Rehabilitation
Learn how our Rehabilitation department's professionally trained therapists can help your loved one experiencing memory loss to return home or live at the Lutheran Home with as much independence as possible.

Experience a unique independent living community
Historic Parley Manor offers affordable independent living, which may be appropriate for some individuals with mild memory loss.

As a program of Lutheran Social Services (LSS), the Lutheran Home of Southbury is committed to the LSS mission of serving and caring for people in need.


 

 

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News and Events
Alzheimer's Association Workshop - Know The 10 Signs, Early Detection Matters - Open To Public.

Where: Open To Public. Hosted by Lutheran Home of Southbury

When: Thursday, May 22 from 5 pm to 6 pm

If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes, it's time to learn the facts. Early detection of Alzheimer's diseaase gives you a change to begin drug therapy, enroll in clincial studies and plan for the future. This interactive workshop features video clips of people with Alzheimer's disease.

To attend, please contact Patty Gulllberg by phone: 203 264-9135

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