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Step 1: Take a Tour

If you are looking to enroll your loved one, the first step is to take a tour and see us in action. While an appointment is not required to tour the facility, we do recommend you call ahead to ensure a staff member will be available to meet with you.

If someone is not available during your preferred time, we can give you an admission packet that includes information about our Center, and we will take your name and contact information, so a staff member can follow up with you to set a time for a tour.

Call or email Sheri Wammack at 901-854-1200 or [email protected] if you would like to schedule a tour. Please note that all clients, staff, and volunteers are required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

Pro Tip!

Before you tour, check out our Frequently Asked Questions, browse videos on this YouTube playlist to see us in action, and learn more about our rates (below). You will be extra prepared!

Daily Rates

attending 2-4 days/week


attending 5 days/week (10% discount)


attending 2-4 days/week


attending 5 days/week (10% discount)


attending 2-4 days/week


attending 5 days/week (10% discount)


Step 2: Fill Out Paperwork

Fill out an application and physician’s form. You can download and print these yourself or pick them up at the Center. If you prefer not to get out of your car, just park under the portico and call us when you get here. We will bring the forms to your car.

These forms must be turned in before the assessment can be scheduled. These completed forms will also secure your spot on the waiting list if we have one. All new clients must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This vaccination is currently required of all participants, staff, and volunteers.

For the Physician’s Form, a visit to your loved one’s doctor may not be necessary. You may be able to have the form completed through fax or email, depending on your physician’s preference and how much time has passed since your loved one’s last appointment. Any physician who has good knowledge of your loved one’s medical history can complete the form.

Financial Aid

All participants at Page Robbins receive a discounted fee. Participant families pay about half the cost of care and The Board of Directors and staff fundraise the other half. This keeps the cost of care more affordable for you and your family. We know that this kind of care is an unexpected expense for everyone and that some need additional assistance. You may apply for additional financial assistance to attend our program.

Women’s Scholarships (55+)
For 2023, we have been given a very generous $50,000 grant from the Mary Galloway Home Foundation to provide scholarships to 55 and older women who need financial assistance to attend our program.

Men’s Scholarships and Women Younger than 55
We have set aside financial aid funds for those with limited financial resources.

Step 3: Schedule an Assessment

Paperwork must be completed and submitted for an assessment to be scheduled.

Assessments last around 2 hours (usually from 10:30 am to 12:15 pm) and are scheduled with Sheri Wammack, our Program Director. During this meeting, the primary caregiver will meet with Sheri to discuss the admission paperwork and level of care, and the potential client will participate in an activity and have lunch.

After the assessment, your loved one can start as soon as the next day (depending on the days of the week they are scheduled to attend).