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LowCountry Biz SC interview
Alice's Clubhouse president David AvRutick discusses the inspiration for creating a Charleston memory day care center on this episode of LowcountryBizSC's Entrepreneur Minute. David's mother Alice suffers from dementia, and is the inspiration behind the center's name and mission. "What has motivated us is to not only be able to provide help for my father but to everyone else in my father's position."
From the CRBJ Article “MOUNT PLEASANT, SC – Alice’s Clubhouse, a private, membership-based memory care day facility, will open on Bowman Road... Open to adults with mild to moderate memory loss, the 3,100 square-foot facility will host up to 30 members per day, and is now accepting applications.”
Live 5 News INTERVIEW
An excerpt from the Live 5 interview: "It is a program that will have medical help. we will be having nurses on staff, [recreational] therapists, all the different types of ancillary services a person with Alzheimer’s may need,” said Diane Sancho, executive director of Alice’s Clubhouse. “We’re as much for the families as we are for the people that come here.”
POst & Courier Article
From the article in the Post & Courier…“…Alice’s Clubhouse’s entrance into the market of services that care for people with Alzheimer’s or another dementia could be a sign of new solutions to caring for people with the memory-robbing affliction.”
ABC News 4 TV Spot
There’s a new daycare in Mount Pleasant, but this place is far from typical. Alice’s Clubhouse opened this week. The memory care day center is designed for adults with dementia and early to mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease.