Living with Security, Tranquility & Dignity
Carroll Campbell Place, our 36-bed care center, is specially designed to offer warmth and tranquility to residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Each resident room is private and approximately 150-square feet with a complete bathroom. We encourage families and residents to personalize their room with favorite possessions and furniture from home.
- Fully adjustable electric bed
- Nightstand with drawers
- Bedside lamp and automated lighting
- Adjustable, overbed table
- Armoire for television, clothing and personal storage
- TV with cable included
- Straight chair
- Wall jack for personal telephone (telephone and service not included)
- Bay window with bench seating and hidden storage
Designed by Renowned Architects
Designed by nationally renowned health care architects, Carroll Campbell Place is a home-like, non-institutional environment. The patient-friendly center was created using state-of-the-art sensory design, which includes:
- Soothing color schemes to prevent agitation.
- Automatic lighting and restroom facilities.
- Recessed doors and short hallways to prevent wandering.
- Many windows to encourage awareness of time and seasons.
Nursing stations are resident-friendly and promote access. Resident rooms incorporate personalized “memory boxes” to aid in personal recognition.
Two controlled outdoor gardens have fountains, a water wall, benches and paths to help residents enjoy quality time outdoors.
Mama Sue’s Garden
Mama Sue’s Garden is dedicated in loving memory of Dora Sue Porth “Mama Sue” Spires, by her husband Wesley, and children, Patsy Amick, Gloria Cook, Nell McCarty, Betty McWhorter and Roger Spires. Mama Sue’s Garden is a tranquil escape featuring ample walkways, water features and fountains, and bountiful seasonal plantings.
In Honor of Carroll Campbell
The late Governor Carroll Campbell, who revealed his Alzheimer’s diagnosis to South Carolinians in 2001, is the inspiration and namesake of our center. Carroll Campbell Place is a testament to his legacy and enables others to fight Alzheimer’s disease in the same heroic manner as our former governor.
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