Mission Statement


Heirloom is the region's leading provider of comprehensive memory care services. With thoughtful and appropriate programs and a sincere commitment to the community, we deliver advanced memory care programs and services, distinguished by the skill and compassion of our administrators and caregivers. Our goal is to provide a safe, compassionate and dignified environment in which our residents will be comfortable and secure.

Heirloom Living Centers LLC created Kinsington Place in 2011 to address the acute shortage of resident beds for those among us afflicted with a variety of dementias, with Alzheimer's being the most common. 

Our Team


Our large staff provides 24-hour compassionate care and are led by:

Peggy Webster, Director of Operations, has worrked with the senior population for over 20 years. Peggy has been trained by 0TAC as a behavior specialist and worked in memory care communities private and publicly owned. She has been a dementia trainer working with family members' home health agencies and residential staff to ensure safety ,quality of care and to limit behavioral expressions of concern in those diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.  Peggy earned a MSW at University of Portland.  Recently, she received this note from one her Resident's family member:  "Peggy, Thank you for your kindness and attention that you gave our Mom, Betty, as well as the work you do to ensure good care is delivered.  We appreciate your advocacy and communication along with kind concern for all of us.  The Family of Betty Brown."

Mark Mantilla, Director of Nursing, oversees the clinical staff for all Heirloom Living Centers' communities.  He has excellent communications skills, positive work ethic, and is one of the most energetic and personable people you will ever meet.  Mark is a baccalaureate registered nurse with management, supervisory and teaching experience.  He graduated from the Adventist University of the Phillipines in 2005 and has experience in many facets of nursing including operating room, psychiatric/geriatric clinic and community health agencies.  Mark's guidance significantly enhances the very important health services provided for our Residents.

Alison Andrews, Administrator, has been with Heirloom Living Centers since 2011 and currently is Administrator at Kinsington at Redwood Park.  She has had her Administrator's Certification since February 2013.  Alison started out in the health care field as a Certified Nursing Assistant in 1993, at a skilled nursing facility in California.  From there, she has worked in assisted living, residential care facilities, home health and now memory care.  Alison believes that memory care is by far the most challenging and heart felt care a person can provide.

Kimberly Tellez-Cortes, Administrator, joined our team at Kinsington Place Memory Care Community. Kimberly earned her Administrator's Certification in October 2016.  Kimberly started out in the health care field as an In-Home care provider.  She also worked in assisted living, residential care facilities, home care, and now memory care.  She worked as a med-tech, Resident Care Coordinator, and now Administrator.  Kimberly believes that memory care is the most challenging and rewarding career and is honored to be a part of this industry.  It is Kimberly's passion to work with individuals and their families working together to achieve a higher quality of life.

Nurses, Caregivers, Clerical Staff, Housekeepers, Maintenance, & Kitchen Staff:

It takes a special person to provide the kind of care to your loved one that you would give.  Heirloom Living Centers' team is comprised of people from many different backgrounds who have accepted the special calling of memory care.  From caregivers and nurses, to housekeepers and clerical staff, everyone at Heirloom Living Centers, LLC is part of an extended, caring family.  We work hard to find and retain those special people.  Our management team works closely with the local and state home health and hospice agencies as well as the VA outreach program in Southern Oregon.  In addition, they formulate individualized care programs through coordination with service agencies engaged in physical therapy, hospital discharge planners, and Senior and Protective services.