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Memory loss is complicated, both for the person directly affected, and for the people who love them. If you find yourself caring for a loved one with memory loss, your days are probably full of questions like, “What do I do if they become confused?” “What happens if they wander?” “Who will look after them if I’m not around?” or “Who do I turn to for answers?” The list goes on, and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, confused, and scared. We understand how you’re feeling, and we believe that no one should be asked to take this journey alone.
Our Memory Care neighborhoods are designed to meet the unique needs of those with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Our Daily Rhythms programming is supported by national Alzheimer’s advocacy groups, and provides those with memory loss a schedule that promotes comfort and fulfillment. We're also proud to be a Licensed Provider of the Best Friends™ Approach to Dementia Care, a groundbreaking program developed by David Troxel, MPH, and Virginia Bell, MSW.
Through our BFF Program, we learn the unique life story of each person we serve, and use that story to inform every aspect of our care. We help our residents cook their favorite recipes, listen to their favorite songs, express themselves creatively, and exercise their bodies and minds. By doing so, we help them to find joy; both in memories that have passed, and in present experiences.
We're proud to have the endorsement of David Troxel, MPH and co-founder of the Best Friends™ Approach to Dementia Care.