Memory Care

Memory Care

Many Alzheimer’s patients and families are struggling to make sense of a disease that doesn’t make sense. Lives are turned upside down after the diagnosis, leaving patients and their loved ones unsure where to turn. Turn to Covenant Care — we can help.

Programs and Services

Since 1983, Covenant Care has supported the needs of patients, caregivers and families living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, with programs and services including:

The Residence: Covenant Memory Care Center

The Residence Memory Care Center embraces those with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia in a tranquil, home-like setting with skilled staff and innovative programs designed to help residents make the most of each moment. Optimal living accommodations have been designed specifically to meet the unique needs of those impacted by dementia. The center offers 18 state-of-the-art private rooms and two double-occupancy rooms within the 14,000-square-foot residence located at the Joyce Goldenberg Campus in Pensacola. To schedule a tour, please call 850-484-3529.

Project Lifesaver

A person with Alzheimer’s disease may wander away from home at any stage of the illness, and many become lost while trying to get home. Studies show that approximately 60% of people with Alzheimer’s disease will wander and 70% will wander repeatedly, putting them at risk for serious injury.
Covenant Care, in partnership with local law enforcement and search-and-rescue teams, manages the Project Lifesaver program in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties in Florida. This initiative provides participants with a watch-sized transmitter, which emits a unique radio frequency and tracing signal 24 hours a day. If a program participant wanders and becomes lost, a trained search team uses the mobile locator tracking system to quickly and safely return them to their home.

Support Groups

Sometimes caregivers need someone to confide in or guidance in understanding the stages and behaviors associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Support groups provide a safe and relaxed environment in which caregivers can share and learn from each other.

Within the group setting, members exchange ideas and experiences, share valuable coping skills, and discuss ways to better care for themselves and their loved ones. Caregivers are most successful when they also try to meet their own needs for physical rest and emotional support.

All of our support group facilitators are trained and receive ongoing professional support and resources.

AreaPlace Group MeetsVolunteer LeadDate of GroupTime
Gulf BreezeGulf Breeze United Methodist Church, Education Wing Rm 6Gail Eggimann

75 Fairmont Drive

2nd Thursday10:00 am
MiltonGuy Thompson Community Center rm 113John Horton


5629 Byrom St

2nd Thursday1:00 pm
PensacolaCouncil on Aging of West FloridaLois Sims, 850-438-7074

875 Royce St

3rd Monday2:30 pm
PensacolaPerdido Bay UMC, Life CenterSharon Oakes, 850-449-0498,

13660 Innerarity Point Rd

3rd Thursday1:30 pm
PensacolaTrinity Presbyterian Church, Room ESharon Oakes, 850-449-0498,

3400 Bayou Blvd

4th Monday10:00 am
NicevilleCrosspoint Church Chandler Center Room 701Beth Tritschler

850-678- 4411

214 Partin Dr S

Last Wednesday10:00 am
PensacolaHomestead Village Community CenterCathy Rogers
850 941 5000 
1st Monday6:30 pm
PensacolaThe Residence

Covenant Care Memory Care Center

Barbara Scheurer


1st Wednesday11:00 am
PensacolaNorthStone Baptist Church, 9 mile roadClaudia Shuttleworth


2550 West Nine Mile Rd

2nd Monday12:30 pm
DaphneBaldwin House Assisted LivingJerry Horn jerryhorn@bellsouth.netLast Wednesday5:30 – 6:30 pm

Education for Caregivers and Community Groups

CARE Series (Caregivers Assistance — Reaching out and Educating)

Dementia is an umbrella term that refers to a variety of medical conditions that involve memory loss and other problems with thinking that interfere with a person’s day-to-day life. Considering that people are living longer, more families find themselves facing issues related to dementia, memory loss, or Alzheimer’s disease. This three-part lecture series will provide an overview of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, special considerations for caregivers, and resources available to support patients and families through the journey of dementia. For a list of offerings in your community, see our calendar of events.

The Virtual Dementia Tour

The Virtual Dementia Tour is a teaching tool that simulates the experience dementia. The VDT allows caregivers to better understand the physical and mental challenges faced by those with dementia. After experiencing this sensory training, caregivers have a greater understanding of the realities of living with dementia. This unique, interactive program has been shown to improve communication and care outcomes. Learning to create a positive environment for those with dementia can only come from attempting to walk in their shoes. For a list of offerings in your community, see our calendar of events.

View more about The Virtual Dementia Tour

Education for Healthcare Professionals

  • Continuing Education Seminars for CEU credit
  • Conferences and Events
  • Faculty

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