Plymouth March Move-in Special

Move in to Cherrywood Pointe of Plymouth by March 31, 2019 and save $1000 on your community fee.* Call 763-478-4244 to learn more and reserve your apartment today! Click here to visit the Cherrywood Pointe of Plymouth home page, view photos, floor plans and more! *For new reservations after February 20, 2019. Must sign lease Read More

Moving into Residential Care

Join us at Cherrywood Pointe of Forest Lake for our first session of our 2019 Memory Loss Education Series, when we hear from University of Minnesota researcher, Robyn Birkeland, Ph.D. She is currently working on a research study in which she provides counseling and support to families whose loved ones have recently moved into long-term Read More

Care Partner Education Series | Session 2

“Daring to love someone who is not perfect by focusing on all that remains, not all that is lost.” Author Rick Naymark shares universal gifts he experienced while caring for his mother over her eight-year journey through memory loss. His presentation is about how to remain positive, loving and patient while caring for a loved Read More

Cookies, Coffee & Conversation

Save the date for our next quarterly Cookies, Coffee & Conversation event at Cherrywood Pointe of Plymouth. May’s featured speaker is Sara Tucker, M.A. She will talk about holistic life choices that benefit the brain. RSVP to 763.478.4244 by May 14.

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Association

Join us at Cherrywood Pointe of Plymouth for a pancake breakfast fundraiser! $5 per person – Your $5 goes to the Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, to help fund research, education and support to those living with or caring for someone with memory loss. Must RSVP to Read More

Roseville firefighters learn empathy with dementia simulations

In early May, our Outreach & Sales Director at Cherrywood Pointe of Roseville at Lexington, led Roseville firefighters through a dementia simulation to help them understand what it’s like living with symptoms of aging and dementia. This ‘walk in their shoes’ exercise helped to teach empathy and helped firefighters better serve the seniors they interact Read More