ABOUT OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Erma D. Foutz, MS
Erma Foutz, MS is the Executive Director of Eden Memory Care. She began her career in healthcare in January 2009 as the Program Director for Behavioral and Stroke Services for Touchstone Neurorecovery Center, Nexus. During her time as the Director, she conducted full neuro-psych testing for traumatic brain Injury patients. Erma realized her true passion was giving services to others to improve quality of life.
Erma was promoted to Administrator of Silverado, The Woodlands Memory Care in April 2015. She continued her journey by managing a larger community until September 2017. As of January 2018, Erma has had the pleasure of consulting with new companies to support new Assisted Living and Memory Care facilities growth. Erma graduated with her Master’s in Forensic Psychology from Prairie View A & M University, specializing in Psychometrics. She is currently obtaining her license for Long Term Care Administration for skilled facilitation. She enjoys spending her free time interior designing and spending time with her Family.
You can email her at Director@edenmemorycare.com
EDEN MEMORY CARE
THE RESULT OF FOUR YEARS OF RESEARCH
Attending to the well-being of a family member with cognitive memory impairment can be challenging. There are good days and bad days. There are situations that bring you unspeakable joy and those in which you have no idea what to do next. Love and frustration seem to become best friends as you work to help your loved one maneuver through the murky waters of memory impairment. Necessity is the mother of invention and can spur us on to conquer our challenges, and that begins the story of the development of Eden Memory Care.
The owners of Eden Memory Care have first-hand experience searching for optimal care for a loved one with cognitive memory impairment. It was through this search that Eden Memory Care came into being. Four years of global research has created the foundation on which the memory care center was built.
Evidence-based Alzheimer’s research led to this innovative environment. After studying best practices in the care of cognitive memory impaired individuals, the owners used the information to develop a cutting-edge home-like environment. They found that partnering with healthcare professionals and universities, both foreign and domestic would provide the best resources for residents and their families.