Caring for an individual with Alzheimer’s or dementia typically involves a collaborative effort from a team of caregivers. Memory care is designed to establish a secure and organized environment with structured routines, aiming to alleviate stress for those affected by Alzheimer’s or dementia. The staff assists with meals and personal care tasks and undergoes specialized training to address the unique challenges often associated with these conditions. They maintain closer communication with residents, offering additional support and structure to guide them through their day.
Tailored activities within memory care programs aim to enhance cognitive function and engage residents at various stages of the disease. Recognizing that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to Alzheimer’s care, as needs evolve with different stages of the disease and each family’s circumstances are distinct, the decision-making process for care can be a challenging one.
Navigating through the multitude of care options can be overwhelming. When seeking a care provider, finding an assisted living community that aligns with the specific needs of the individual and the family is reassuring. Consider scheduling a meeting to explore how Ocean Meadow can cater to your family’s unique needs.
Ocean Meadow Senior Living and Memory Care, an award-winning community, is supported by dedicated professionals, inviting suites, and forward-thinking activities to approach memory care. This high standard of care nurtures a trusting bond between our residents and staff, enhancing the overall quality of our caregiving.
In collaboration with our exceptional team, our memory care services also include:
Providing a high quality of life and standard of care starts with identifying our residents’ needs.
By fostering meaningful relationships between residents and caregivers and providing passionate support and engaging activities, we deliver an unrivaled senior living experience based on trust and respect.
Alzheimer’s disease is responsible for up to 80% of dementia cases, and it can significantly affect your loved one’s quality of life. It typically develops in people 65 years old and older, and it can progress over time. However, Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging.
The key to supporting our residents with Alzheimer’s is providing a safe, secure, comforting environment full of love and support. As your loved one’s needs change, so does our approach so we can ensure they have the right care they need when they need it.
Dementia can affect your loved one in a number of ways, but Ocean Meadow Senior Living & Memory Care is here to provide personalized support and comfort.
With the help of our compassionate staff and expert understanding of dementia in all its forms, we deliver a lifestyle experience that adapts as your loved one’s needs change.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that can cause shaking, stiffness, and balance problems. However, our team is here to help.
Through personalized, adaptable support, we can provide ease and comfort through all of life’s daily activities for all of those living with Parkinson’s disease.