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Last updated on Friday, April 11, 2014, 12:35 pm

Clarity Pointe Memory Support Community Opens in Fayetteville

An assisted living community dedicated solely to dementia care recently opened in Fayetteville. Clarity Pointe, a 42,650-SF property with 59 units, is located at 1967 W. Truckers Drive, just east of Sam’s Club. Clarity Pointe is a licensed Level II assisted living community and has applied to be certified as an Alzheimer’s Special Care Unit by the Arkansas Office of Long Term Care, said Linda Vigil, community relations director. So far, 10 individuals have reserved spots in the community, and move-ins will start April 21, Vigil added. The $9.5 million facility is divided into three neighborhoods: Crystal Lane, Clearview Court and Brighton Place. The neighborhoods will act like a family unit, with staff members called quality of life partners eating meals with residents, as well... [ MORE ]

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