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Founded in 2010, Aspen House is a family-owned and operated facility. We are located in Loveland, Colorado, at 2212 East 11th Street.
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Aspen House is a secure community for persons diagnosed as having Alzheimer's Disease or other forms of cognitive
impairment, for example vascular dementia or Lewy-body Disease. Each potential resident is given a full preliminary
evaluation prior to admission, taking into consideration the person's level of independence.
Any challenges concerning mobility, behavior, incontinence, or nutritional intake will be assessed.
A doctor's order is required prior to admission. We accept private pay residents only. Methods of payment and all costs will be discussed during the pre-admission evaluation. With capacity for up to forty residents, Aspen House is located among residential neighborhoods, with shopping, doctor's offices and hospitals conveniently nearby.
Ms. Cannon is certified by the State of Colorado as an Assisted Living Administrator. She graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in Business, and has earned the Certificate in Dementia Care from the Alzheimer's Association. Ms. Cannon has many years of experience working with people of all ages, and from all walks of life. In 2013, she was elected to the Board of Directors of the Colorado Culture Change Coalition. She has a passion for working with elders, and enjoys spending her "spare" time with her grandchildren.
Ms. Jerome has earned the Certificate in Dementia Care from the Alzheimer's Association, as well as the Alzheimer's Association Memories in the Making certification. In 2013, she was elected to the National Center for Assisted Living Board of Directors. She is a certified trainer for Project Visibilty.
Care Management Staff:
Ms. DeWeerd was born in Ohio, and has lived in Colorado since 2000. She began working in healthcare in 2006 and received her RN license in 2009. She is happily married and has three dogs. Wendy enjoys hiking, camping, reading, and going back to Ohio to visit her nephews. She lost her grandmother to Alzheimer's, and feels honored to work with this population. She loves her job at Aspen House.
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