Tribute Senior Living is an assisted living community that is the brainchild of Charles Hodges, who lived through the reality of finding high-quality care for his father, who was experiencing the challenges of getting older. After realizing that assisted living facilities had several gaps in assisting those with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, he created Tribute Senior Living with his colleagues Rex Payne and Mark Rushing, who were equally invested in the cause. After years of hard work and research, they created Tribute Senior Living: A community that applies a science-based approach to assisted living and memory care.
Tribute is by no means a traditional senior community. They offer both assisted living and memory care services, meaning they can serve a diverse population within the older adult community that may need to transition from traditional care to memory-related care. The assisted living unit is for older adults who need little or minimal care in daily living but have no cognitive impairment. The first level memory care community is for those experiencing mild memory problems with little need for physical support. Finally, the highest level of care is provided for those with more severe impairment and who need specialized care. This means that even if a resident ends up needing a higher level of care, they can continue to live within the community. Because of this, both areas of the community employ extremely high-qualified staff to take care of them.