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Memory Care

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Personalized Care Plans

Independence, ability to function, and quality of life may be improved through the person centered living approach is the goal of memory care.

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Putting Patients First

Service plans, life enrichment, and daily living needs are met with the individual’s desires and preferences taken into account.

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Peace of Mind for Families

Memory Care settings provide physical and emotional relief as well as peace of mind for families with a memory-impaired loved one.

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Highly-Trained Professionals

Memory care staff members receive dementia-specific training when learning how to provide assistance services to seniors with dementia.

Memory care and your loved one

Understanding Memory Care Living Options

Creating a safe and comfortable space for patients struggling with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

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What is Memory Care?

Memory care is an option that allows for patients who are facing an illness that affects their memory and brain function to have a secure space to live. With memory care, patients have access to around-the-clock care from a medical professional. They will also receive help with activities of daily living and are given a structured regimen to follow that helps relieve stress associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
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When to Consider Memory Care

An individual might be a good fit for memory care as a living option if he or she has been clinically diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Other signs an individual might need memory care include caregiver burnout, noticeable signs of declining health, and isolation or lack of a social life.
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The Serenity Oaks Memory Care Difference

Our facility is committed to ensuring patients struggling with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are comfortable and receive care from a team that goes above and beyond.

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A Commitment to Safety and Security

We take safety seriously at Serenity Oaks and are dedicated to creating a secure and comfortable space for your loved one. Security features include alarmed doors and enclosed outdoor spaces so residents can go for a walk or enjoy nature without getting lost.
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Individualized Attention and Care

Each person struggling with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is unique, and so is the amount and type of care they need. We offer a comprehensive care plan for each resident based on his or her own individual needs. They will receive care from our highly-trained and compassionate clinicians and staff members.

What is the difference between memory care and assisted living?

It offers additional services to help support patients who have memory loss, Alzheimer’s, or dementia. The patients will get additional support and structure to alleviate the stress these issues can cause. Contact us today to discover more.

What features are included in memory care?

It consists of all typical services of Assisted Living but also includes comprehensive care based on the unique needs of each individual. The patient may have additional support and structure if this is in their best interest.

How do you pay for memory care?

Memory Care is paid for with a monthly, all-inclusive cost. Many residents or their families can pay for the service as it is less expensive than expected when compared to paying for each service separately. In addition, some insurance programs do help cover expenses.

Is it better for my loved one to live at home with dementia?

Determining where an individual will be most comfortable and get the best care is a personal decision. Many patients thrive in a care facility because they have access to round-the-clock care and additional enrichment and interaction than may not be available at home.

How does your memory care facility keep residents safe?

We have round the clock staffing to ensure every resident is cared for day and night. Also, our facility has alarmed doors and enclosed outdoor spaces to ensure every resident stays safe.

Is a private or companion suite better for my loved one?

This, too, is a personal decision. Many residents prefer the privacy of a personal suite, although those who are highly social may want to explore the option of a shared companion suite.

What should I look for when visiting a memory care community?

It is essential to look at the overall safety and security of the community and what enrichment and activities are available for residents. The best facilities offer opportunities for resident interaction.