Memory care is not an afterthought. It’s our only thought.
Our specialized community environments and personalized care model reconnect your loved ones to their cherished memories—helping to create a deep sense of purpose for them. Welcome to distinctive memory care at Rock Creek at the Park.
Is this the right choice?
Memory loss manifests itself differently in each person and we recognize the challenges faced. This specialized community, Rock Creek at the Park is near medical facilities (Adelante Healthcare and other medical professionals) equipped to serve the specific needs of those experiencing Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and other forms of memory loss.
The ongoing care of your loved one is a choice of trust, not to be taken lightly.
Family owned and operated for over 60 years.
We are proud of the legacy we call family.
Emmett and Alice Koelsch began in 1958 with a nursing home in Kelso, Washington. Emmett and Alice instilled in their five children the philosophy: “Treat each resident with the respect and dignity they deserve.”
Their legacy solidified the values for Koelsch Communities.
Our personalized techniques include:
Gaze techniques provide healthy emotional sensations.
The right tone sets the foundation for communication.
Touch is essential for quality care.
Engaging at eye level.
Personalized musical experiences promote cognitive function.
Personalized creative expression and experience.
Connecting with nature.
Expression of faith.
Mind & Body
Our thoughts, feelings, and attitudes impact the clarity of our mind.
Living Well® personalizes exercises for each individual.
Friends & Family
Every person served in our community is treated as one of our own.
Living Well® in community promotes a sense of purpose.
Our communities combine advanced safety systems with a well-trained staff.
At Rock Creek at The Park,
we explore beautiful Surprise for exciting things to do and see. We might have lunch at Ray’s Pizza on a Monday to enjoy a slice of pizza or visit Goodwill to rummage for treasure every other Thursday. There is always something fun to see at The Bible Museum, just a short distance from Rock Creek at The Park.