Memory Care

What is Memory Care?

Memory care is designed to meet the needs of older adults suffering from Alzheimer’s or other dementia diseases. Residents at a memory care community can enjoy a safe and structured environment under careful medical supervision. These communities do more than care for your loved one’s well-being however, they also provide engaging activities that foster cognitive stimulation. These precautions help prevent social isolation, wandering and injury, which can lead to more serious memory issues.

Creating Meaningful Moments

Our approach for memory care starts by getting to know each individual resident. That includes understanding their needs, personality, previous work and families so we can create an home that makes them feel connected. Activities at our community are designed to create purpose, foster social engagement, and revive old memories. Our loving caregivers focus on enriching and improving the quality of our resident’s lives, so they can focus on the moments that matter most.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Our memory care units provide a secure setting; providing care in a safe environment.
People with cognitive impairments require additional care to keep their emotional and physical functioning strong and healthy. Our caregivers deliver consistent, stable care while creating an environment of compassion and understanding
Our memory care activity programs provide daily functions geared to stimulate and engage our residents, striving to help maintain the highest level of functioning possible, and support changes with the dementia disease process. Activities are geared to meet the different stages of dementia, including those that contribute to increasing mental alertness and physical activity as able.