With the right memory care, improvements in quality of life and relationships with loved ones are possible.
Has your elderly loved one been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another dementia-related disease? Memory care services can be very beneficial to both them and your entire family, but they must be given by a reputable memory care community such as Addison Place. While there is no cure for these diseases yet, the right care can help keep your loved one safe, happy, and able to connect with family members.
Keep reading to learn how the design of a memory care community, an individual approach to patient needs, and the ample social opportunities the right community offers can make all the difference for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
A Design That Combines Independence With Security
The right dementia care community will offer your elderly loved one as much independence as possible with the security of a caring, professional staff standing by. Reputable, patient-centered communities are designed to prevent confusion and wandering, with plenty of safe outdoor activities and round-the-clock supervision available. For instance, the floor plans at Addison Place are designed to feel like home to further the comfort level of our residents, easing your worries in turn. And when you know your loved one is well cared for, it can feel like a weight lifted off your shoulders and allow you to be more present in your relationship with your loved one.
An Individualized Approach to Memory Care
People in need of Alzheimer’s care usually benefit from an individualized approach to that care. Everyone is different, and therefore dementia-related illnesses affect every patient differently. At Addison Place, you’ll find a dedicated, caring staff that gets to know each resident on a personal level. They also know their medical histories and therefore are better able to take the proper measures when needed.
Our staff is here to look out for the well-being of all our residents, and that includes medication management. If need be, we can help your loved ones design a medication schedule that works for them. To further safeguard their health, we also offer personalized nutrition plans. This allows residents to eat foods they love while getting the nutrients their bodies need.
A Commitment to Keeping Patients Social and Active
Dementia can be an isolating disease. That’s why memory care communities like Addison Place allow residents plenty of opportunities to socialize and get to know each other. Regular socializing helps keep patients happy and content, which is very important to their health, as being alone can cause depression.
Regular socializing also helps to improve family relationships. When family members are not a dementia patient’s only outlet for socializing, this takes tremendous pressure off the relationship. Family members can spend their visits relaxing and enjoying each other’s company, not just ensuring that their loved one’s social needs are met while frantically trying to take care of household projects and physical needs.
Addison Place: The Right Memory Care Community for Your Loved One
If you’d like to learn more about the ways we tailor our programs and services to the comfort of your elderly loved one with a dementia-related disease, please get in touch with us today. We look forward to meeting you.