Memory Care Programs: Investing in Meaningful, Personalized Relationships
When evaluating memory care programs for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia or memory loss, it is important to ensure that the program meets your loved one where they are.
Memory challenges can be complex, and the key to navigating them is to understand the person receiving memory care as an individual, including the lives they have lived and who they are now. High-quality memory care programs invest in the time and staffing resources to develop a personalized approach to caring for residents. Their goal is to get to know the person, and then design a plan that preserves the essence of the individual and offers opportunities to enjoy familiar pleasures and pursuits in a safe, supportive environment.
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