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Welcome Home!

Looking for Alzheimer’s Memory Care in Lincoln, Nebraska? When you visit one of our five Independence Houses communities, we know you will experience the difference.

Our homes are secure, welcoming and more home-like in size. Our smaller resident population allows us to create a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere where our residents know they are the center of our focus.

The best way to discover all that we have to offer is to visit us! We invite you to contact us at 402-475-7755 or stop by for a tour.

What Sets Us Apart?

We are smaller. In a world of corporately- owned facilities that focus on volume to drive revenue, we have elected to remain small to focus on care. Each of our four houses has accommodations for 15 to 18 individuals.

We are specialized. Our staff is trained to meet the unique needs of those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. We provide an atmosphere and activities that engage our residents and help them to manage their symptoms or behaviors. Our routine and scheduled days allow our residents to adjust and thrive in their new surroundings.

What Sets Us Apart?

We are smaller. In a world of corporately- owned facilities that focus on volume to drive revenue, we have elected to remain small to focus on care. Each of our four houses has accommodations for 15 to 18 individuals.  

We are specialized. Our staff is trained to meet the unique needs of those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. We provide an atmosphere and activities that engage our residents and help them to manage their symptoms or behaviors.  Our routine and scheduled days allow our residents to adjust and thrive in their new surroundings.

Monthly Support Groups

Each month we offer support groups for family members of individuals with dementia or Alzheimer’s.

Our goal is to enhance your understanding and to assist you in coping with your loved one’s memory loss. It can help to talk or just listen to others who are also trying to find ways to cope. You will feel less lonely and isolated and have confirmation that your feelings are “normal.”

Our support groups are free and open to the public. Please call Joy Larsen at 402-475-7755 or 402-432-7505 for more information.