The Heritage Memory Life Community

About The Heritage Memory Life Community

Providing Advanced Memory Care Since 1992


The Heritage Memory Life Community is the first residential program in Central New York to provide affordable, dedicated memory care for those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The memory program here makes safety for our residents and peace of mind for their loved ones a priority. We have a fully certified staff, experienced in meeting the unique needs of the individuals who call The Heritage home. We have the knowledge, and most importantly the commitment to provide quality care. Our Memory Care program at The Heritage is person-first, building on an individual’s strengths to help them maintain a sense of independence.
Safety is a primary concern at The Heritage. We conduct safety checks every 2 hours, 24 hours a day. Our environment and activities are designed to stimulate residents physically and mentally, as well as provide opportunities for them to socialize and enjoy each other’s company.

750 East Brighton Ave
Syracuse, NY 13205

Care Types Provided

  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care


Spiritual care services on site in chapel

Private rooms

Intimate dining rooms in each wing

Community living room in each wing

Recreational activity lounge

Expansive courtyard

Solarium common areas for families and visitors



Activities & Recreation

Dining Room Serving 3 Meals/Day

Daily Bed Making

Weekly Housekeeping & Laundry

Personal Care Assistance

Medication Management

Scheduling of Medical Appointments and Transportation

Access to Nursing Care 24 Hours a Day

Emergency Response System

Specialized Activities & Programs

Personal Safety Checks

Case Management

Scheduled Reassurance Checks

Reminders and Escorts to Meals

Assistance with Oxygen Therapy & Glucose Monitoring

Toileting Assistance

Transfer Assistance

24 hour supervision

A Word from the  Administrator

“The Heritage is one of the first memory care communities in the region, opening in 1992. We understand that caring for a loved one with dementia is a physically and emotionally exhausting job due to the need for their 24-hour supervision and continuous care. Our staff is trained to handle these demands so that family members can visit and spend quality time with their loved ones without the pressure of providing for their daily care needs.”

Mary Koenig

Mary Koenig

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