The Kemper Difference

All dementia care is not the same. The sole purpose of Kemper House is to provide dementia care in a warm residential home-like atmosphere. The Kemper family wants you to be confident that the care we give your loved one is the kind of care you yourself would provide.

Alzheimer’s and dementia care is all we do. Every aspect of the Kemper House environment was thoughtfully considered in its design. We were specifically created to provide complete care for all stages of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

Talk to Me: By Carol Sereix

Talk to Me is a compilation of some of the best stories and poems, written by Kemper House residents over the last 15 years. Talk to Me was produced by Carol Sereix, Kemper House's ecumenical minister. The book brings hope and inspiration to all those that have or know someone who has Alzheimer's Disease or related dementias. You can receive a copy or ebook of Talk to Me by making a $20 or more donation to the Memory Care Fund. Please read below for instructions on how to get your copy and watch the video about how Talk to Me was created!

To get your copy or ebook:
1.) Go to https://www.communitywestfoundation.org/donate
Please choose 'Agency Fund' and enter 'Memory Care Fund' as the Donation Designation and fill out the rest of the form.
2.) Enter a donation amount of $20 or more (Please note: a donation of $20.00 or more will entitle you to receive a free 'ebook' version of Talk to Me, by Carol Sereix, a $50 value.) Donations to the Memory Care Fund are tax deductible. You may claim a charitable deduction for the amount of your donation in excess of the above value. Please keep a copy of the receipt as confirmation.
3.) After completing the form, please email your donation receipt to info@kempercompany.com and you will be emailed the 'ebook' version of Talk to Me.
If you are unable to make a donation to the Memory Care Fund but would still like a copy of the book, please email info@kempercompany.com 

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Betty Kemper
Betty Kemper
Founder, Kemper House

Read a Letter from Betty Kemper