Memory Care Marketing Case Study: Autumn Leaves
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Memory Care Marketing: Autumn Leaves Memory Care Communities

Autumn Leaves is a growing chain of memory care assisted living communities that needed to do a better job attracting the families of those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Agency Creative toured area residences and conducted a deep dive immersion to discover Autumn Leaves’ unique memory care marketing insight. What jumped out was the fact that each Autumn Leaves community is designed and built from the ground up with the memory-challenged resident in mind.

Agency Creative quickly came up to speed and helped us see the inherent qualities that set Autumn Leaves apart from the other memory care residences.

Laura Kislowski, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Autumn Leaves

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