Welcome to Distinctive Memory Care
Honoring Dignity in Memory Care
Reminiscence is a powerful way to connect with those living with a form of dementia, Alzheimer’s, or memory loss. 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. At The Hampton and Ashley Inn, your loved one’s uniqueness is honored as a lady or gentleman served by ladies and gentlemen.
The ongoing care of your loved one is a choice of trust, not to be taken lightly. Koelsch’s commitment to building trust with each family continues to be the cornerstone for our communities. We provide a senior living advisor to ensure your family gets exactly what your loved one needs.
Family owned and operated Senior Living for over 60 years.
Emmett and Alice Koelsch began in 1958 with the Old Monticello Hall—a nursing home in Kelso, Washington. The family took residence in the basement of the home and growing up, each member of the Koelsch household was trained in all facets of quality seniors living care–benefiting from the rich relationships developed with their senior residents in the community. Emmett and Alice instilled in their five children the philosophy:
“Treat each resident with the respect and dignity they deserve.”
Gaze techniques lead to a positive recognition of the other person providing healthy emotional sensations.
We highlight soft, calm, and melodious tones leading to love, tenderness, and self-worth.
Hands are an essential communication tool for relation and care.
Being physically upright empowers care recipients to recognize that they are at the same level as their caregivers.
Experience Koelsch Dining
We Cater to You
At Koelsch, we cater to the special needs of those living with a form of dementia, Alzheimer’s, or memory loss. Our restaurant-style services include made from scratch meals that deliver nutrition and enjoyment in every bite. From food selection to service ware, we focus on the details.
Throughout the community are lengthy pull cords that can be reached while standing or sitting to alert caregivers to a resident’s exact location and notify our staff.