There's No Place Like Home...
The Vicarage by the Sea isn’t an institution trying to duplicate a home-like environment. We are home. It’s the foundation of who we are and the heart of our specialized dementia care.
Home-cooked meals, children playing, beloved pets, vegetables growing in the garden, family outings, and nature walks overlooking the shores of Casco Bay.
The Vicarage is the only home in Maine offering true, person-centered dementia care based on the Eden Alternative.
No more transitions, less stress, more comfort - from now until the end of life.
There is a difference in care.
Find real, authentic dementia care at The Vicarage by the Sea.
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Long Term Dementia Care for those Living with Memory Loss
The Vicarage by the Sea is a residential long term dementia care home for those living with memory loss such as Alzheimer’s Disease. We are located on the scenic shores of Casco Bay, nestled in Harpswell, Maine.
By offering a holistic environment which encompasses elders, their families, the community, and the natural world around us, The Vicarage provides a greater quality of life than traditional nursing homes & institutions and is an affordable alternative for families who seek to enrich the lives of their loved ones.
Our philosophy believes that every human being deserves the opportunity to grow, regardless of age or ailment. The Vicarage provides genuine dementia care emphasizing the well-being of each resident's mind, body and soul.
No More Transitions
Dementia care from early stage memory loss through end of life, allows residents to age in place with no more transitions.
Stability in residence, relationships and routine eliminates the stress of transitions for our residents, thereby enhancing their overall well-being.
Our residents are encouraged to bring their pets. Beloved pets offer care and love to all Vicarage residents.
The Vicarage has proven dementia care philosophy that provides a higher quality of life to its residents. We are advocates for the care of a vulnerable population in American society, passionately showing that those living with memory loss can be cared for in a more humane manner, far greater than traditional assisted living or nursing home settings.