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Memory Care Communities: What to Expect

Memory Care Communities

For both the patient and the family, the reality of memory loss can be difficult to come to terms with. Diseases that affect memory, such as Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, can be a challenge for everyone involved. After a diagnosis, seniors may need assistance with everyday tasks and emotional support.

Why Choose Memory Care?

What makes memory care communities different from other senior living communities are the features that are specifically designed for residents with cognitive impairments. In these secure environments, residents are provided 24/7 care and supervision. Much like other senior living communities, such as assisted living, assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) is also provided. 

Memory care communities have top-of-the-line security systems in place, as residents with memory issues tend to wander around or off the premises. You can rest assured that your loved one is in a safe and secure environment when living in a memory care community. Additionally, activities are curated to help residents maintain their existing skills and keep their minds as sharp as possible.

Memory Care at Spring Gardens Lindon

At Spring Gardens Lindon, it is our goal to provide our residents with hope and a sense of belonging. In our memory care community, we encourage each resident to participate in daily activities to promote their physical and emotional well-being. These activities also help to build their sense of accomplishment and be an integral part of our community.

We are here to assist you in finding your loved one the best care out there. Give us a call today if you have any questions about our memory care community.

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