Our Person-Centered Memory Care
We work with families to understand loved one's needs, functional/cognitive abilities and life history
Our team plans the routine and care plan based on resident needs and stage of Dementia/ Alzheimer's
Care plan are designed to address activities, level of care, individual approach and health considerations
As our residents age and their needs change, we make sure to reassess care plans as appropriate
Our team is trained and certified by the Alzheimer's Association in our Person-Centered approach to Dementia/Alzheimer's care. Dementia and Alzheimer's are progressive diseases that affect individuals differently that the normal process of aging. While most cases are linked to genetics, age tends to be the biggest risk factor from current research. Each person usually assessed as being at either an early, middle or late stage of the disease.
Person-Centered care revolves around the concept that the unique needs and experience of each person is essential to providing the highest quality of care.
We focus on establishing strong relationships and build a sense of trust between residents and staff. This allows for a supportive environment for residents to thrive in.
Staff are encouraged to get to know each resident, their life, their habits and connect with them on a personal level.
With time, there are changes in communication that are expected. Our trained staff will look for the triggers, verbal and non-verbal communication and respond with compassionate care.
Protecting Your Well Being
You can rest assured that all rooms and facilities in the Gardens use building techniques that are in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and certified by the Alzheimer's Association.
Services We offer:
Specialized access control systems that include credential technology
Video surveillance system
Sprinkler system throughout the building
Strategically-placed call buttons, including in the suites and bathrooms of each suite
Fire alarm system with direct connection with the fire department
100% of residents are COVID vaccinated