In researching the options for memory care in Somerset County for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you’ve likely learned all about the services, features, and wonderful benefits of this type of senior living in helping them thrive. While these are all important as you compare communities to find just the right fit, you may still be wondering what your loved one will experience on a day-to-day basis. We can help. Here’s what daily life is like for a memory care resident in one of our communities.
The Lifestyle for Memory Care Residents
Our memory care community is designed with residents in mind. We know that dementia can make daily life a struggle, whether it’s completing tasks or simply feeling comfortable and relaxed. That’s why the basis of the lifestyle for our memory care residents is to provide a sense of structure, routine, and familiarity, as well as to make life easier.
This starts with a secure environment that includes a thoughtfully-designed apartment-style suite with an accessible design and contrasting colors to enhance independence. We also provide daily light housekeeping and weekly linen service to remove that burden from your loved one’s shoulders. Plus, our specially-trained staff is available 24/7 to help with personal care, manage medications, and compassionately support your loved one’s health and wellness plan.
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A Typical Day in a Memory Care Community
Each day, memory care residents have numerous ways to engage their brains without being overwhelmed. We offer social activities and amenities that encourage connection, creativity, and enrichment in small-group settings. Your loved one will also have opportunities to stay active each day in our memory care community.
We know that Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia progress differently for each person. As such, we work to customize the experience for memory care residents based on where they are in their journey. So, the day may look different depending on a resident’s specific needs and cognitive abilities.
However, a memory care resident might expect the following:
|Assistance with dressing, medications
|Time in the memory care courtyard enjoying nature
|Assistance with bathing, medications
The Dining Experience for Memory Care Residents
We take pride in creating a dining experience that’s enjoyable for our memory care residents. Our intimate dining areas are designed to encourage conversation so your loved one can socialize with other residents while feeling comfortable and relaxed. We serve balanced, nutritious meals that are also delicious, and our dining staff can accommodate any allergies or dietary restrictions. Dining assistance is also available for your loved one if needed.