Where purposeful living is our passion.

Above you will see William with his beautiful wife of 7 years Julie, his 3-year-old son Jordan, and his little lady Emma.  The story behind the elephant in the Forever Young logo came from his Grandma Bernice.  Bernice’s last name was Trunk and she always collected elephants.  The elephant logo is very meaningful to William.


William Young, Owner and Memory Care Specialist at Forever Young Memory Care began his journey to build the perfect home where seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s can live purposeful lives in an environment designed to enhance their quality of life in every way.  William’s vision started over 15 years ago, and was inspired by his personal experience with his Grandma Bernice.

When William’s grandma needed care, he was committed to finding his Grandma the level of care she deserved, however, he was consistently disappointed with the 3 facilities she lived in.  He wanted nothing more than to know she was safe, loved and cared for with respect and dignity.  Unfortunately, Bernice never found the community that would provide the care William had envisioned; however, this experience marked the beginning of him realizing his passion to help people with dementia and Alzheimer’s.

With the support of his wife Julie, family and friends, William decided to leave the corporate world to pursue his dream to create the community he wished his grandma could have lived in.  While this hasn’t come without personal sacrifices, he is driven to provide the highest level of care and support families through this journey at Forever Young Memory Care.  

William obtained his administrator’s license for Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) in 2009.  Since then he has held a number of management positions across the industry, always specializing in dementia and Alzheimer’s.  From his personal and professional experience, William has designed every aspect of this custom home with his residents needs in mind.  He is committed to ensuring that the people that join his community become family and that the home is filled with passion, purpose, and love.

Advisory Board

Linda & Gary Comley

Linda and Gary have owned and operated multiple memory care facilities within southern California. They have more than 20 years of experience in the eldercare industry and currently own and operate a warm and loving 36 room memory care facility in Perris, CA.

Ken Kuck

Ken is a leader in the home-care industry where he provides top quality care for seniors that would like to stay in their home. Ken has grown his business through providing exceptional care and honest transparent communication with the families and seniors he serves.


I wanted to thank you for your incredible patience and kindness, and the knowledge you provided me while going through the difficult process of moving my dad to a memory care facility.  The compassion you showed my father was so nice to see and put my mind at ease, and the many times you went out of your way to check on him and let me know how he was doing were greatly appreciated.  On more than one occasion your words of advice and encouragement got me through another tough day.  Thank you for being there to answer my questions and offer advice as I made this very complicated decision.  It was nice to know there was someone I could lean on who understood what I was going through and had the knowledge to help me navigate the way.  You made a difference for not only my father, but me as well. 

Janelle Pasillas

William, we would like to thank you so much for all of your words of encouragement and experiences that you shared with us.  During a very difficult time you helped us to make the best choices to care for our mother.  You answered all of our questions and some we didn’t know we should ask.  We are so grateful for your kindness and continued friendship.  Your passion for elder care and their families is so important, thank you.  Very truly yours.

Shan Kreager & Family