Upcoming Events

Coping with Behavioral Issues in Patients with Dementia, by Dr. Kerrigan- Tuesday, September 23rd                                             5:30 pm - Registration/Refreshments    6:00-7:00 pm - Seminar

Pocono Tranquil Gardens is a newly designed and licensed facility serving seniors. We provide a spectrum of services - Personal Care LivingRespite Care, Adult Day Care and a Secure Alzheimer’s facility.

Our expert staff are proficient in caring for your family member with a passion and one mission in mind…. to provide them with a home away from home.

Owned and managed by local physicians, including Neurologists, Pocono Tranquil Gardens is unique in its ability to provide timely health care – with the closest hospital being less than half a mile from the facility.

If you are looking for personal care options for your Mom or Dad, or both, we invite you to visit us and experience firsthand the ambiance, dining, and social environment we have created to make Pocono Tranquil Gardens, their home.

A Message from our Owner

“Since acquiring Pocono Tranquil Gardens in January of 2013, as a personal care, adult day care, and Alzheimer's facility, there have been many positive comments from our adult day care participants who are receiving cognitive therapy in this setting.  This positive feedback further encourages us to enhance this module of care for our dementia residents.  It is extremely encouraging, and I would certainly recommend to any family who has loved ones affected by dementia, to try this unique aproach in the treatment of Alzheimer's."

- Dr. Mahesh Chhabria M.D., Neurologist,    January 27, 2014


 

 Recent Studies and Publications

In a recent article published in Neurology Today, the potential role of sleep has been discussed in patients with Alzheimer's disease.  

The two papers quoted in this article highlight the importance of sound sleep as people age, suggesting that during sleep, brain functioning facilitates the clearance of breakdown products of neural activity including A-beta that accumulate during wakefulness.  This helps clear toxic beta amyloid thereby slowing Alzheimer's disease.

For further information, refer to Neurology Today's website and look for article dated November 21st, 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pocono Tranquil Gardens is a newly designed and licensed facility serving seniors. We provide a spectrum of services - Personal Care LivingRespite Care, Adult Day Care and a Secure Alzheimer’s facility.

Our expert staff are proficient in caring for your family member with a passion and one mission in mind…. to provide them with a home away from home.

Owned and managed by local physicians, including Neurologists, Pocono Tranquil Gardens is unique in its ability to provide timely health care – with the closest hospital being less than half a mile from the facility.

If you are looking for personal care options for your Mom or Dad, or both, we invite you to visit us and experience firsthand the ambiance, dining, and social environment we have created to make Pocono Tranquil Gardens, their home.

A Message from our Owner

“Since acquiring Pocono Tranquil Gardens in January of 2013, as a personal care, adult day care, and Alzheimer's facility, there have been many positive comments from our adult day care participants who are receiving cognitive therapy in this setting.  This positive feedback further encourages us to enhance this module of care for our dementia residents.  It is extremely encouraging, and I would certainly recommend to any family who has loved ones affected by dementia, to try this unique aproach in the treatment of Alzheimer's."

- Dr. Mahesh Chhabria M.D., Neurologist,    January 27, 2014


 

 Recent Studies and Publications

In a recent article published in Neurology Today, the potential role of sleep has been discussed in patients with Alzheimer's disease.  

The two papers quoted in this article highlight the importance of sound sleep as people age, suggesting that during sleep, brain functioning facilitates the clearance of breakdown products of neural activity including A-beta that accumulate during wakefulness.  This helps clear toxic beta amyloid thereby slowing Alzheimer's disease.

For further information, refer to Neurology Today's website and look for article dated November 21st, 2013.