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About Us

Our Mission

We provide unique and uplifting daytime care for adults with memory loss, in a safe environment, while empowering and educating their caregivers and the community.

Guiding Principles

We put our participants above all else, striving to make every day their best day.
We embrace joy in the moment, focusing not on what has been lost, but on what is now.
Our expert team provides exceptional, loving care.
We serve with integrity and creativity.
We provide a safe and welcoming environment and respect and value all people.
We believe in the power of community engagement and education.

Our Story

In the early 90’s, a caregiver support group met at Collierville United Methodist Church. These caregivers recognized a need in their community – quality, affordable daytime care for their loved ones with memory loss. From the dreams and hard work of this group, Page Robbins Adult Day Center was born!


Meghan Blaszkowski

Meghan Blaszkowski

Administrative Assistant
Katie Kirkpatrick, Development and Communications Director

Katie Earheart-Brown

Development and Communications Director
Tessa DeAngelo

Tessa DeAngelo

Social Work Intern

Board of

Our volunteer Board of Directors, an outstanding group of professionals and community leaders, oversees operations and staff, guides decision making, and supports our organization through active participation in the Center’s mission.

Howie Gober,

First Horizon Bank

Tharen Haley,
Collierville Funeral Home

Roger Lewis,
Community Volunteer

Lauren Thornton,
Vice President

Smith Seckman Reid

Jordan Edmundson
UBS Financial Services

Laura Hall
Hewlett & Dunn Boot and Jean Company

Camille Hill, PharmD
West Cancer Center & Research Institute

Mark Lauber

Tim Myrick
Specialty Adhesives & Coatings

Rena Rosenberg
ElderCare Consultants

Robin Winsett
Pickler Wealth Advisors

Paul Woods
Marsh USA

Nancy Chute,
Board Member Emeritus

Great Properties


Page Robbins Adult Day Center is a nonprofit. Our wonderful supporters donate to keep the cost affordable for families. Client families pay about half the cost of care, and donations from generous people like you make up the other half.

We have to raise $798,000 every year ($3,192 every day we’re open) to keep the cost of care affordable. Day Givers provide full days of care (gifts of $3,192 or greater) for our client families. Learn more about becoming a day giver or donate online.

Looking for ways to support and be a part of our mission? Contact Katie Earheart-Brown, our Development and Communications Director, at 901-854-1200 or [email protected].