Memory care, sometimes called Alzheimer’s care, provides housing and 24-hour care for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Our facilities offer a safe, uniquely designed environment for residents with a focus on improving quality of life, reducing confusion, and preventing wandering.
A Community of Care
Through relevant research, continuing education, and specific dementia training, every team member in the community is committed to providing specialized memory care for our residents and families. We surround your loved one with a thoroughly trained and compassionate staff to consistently deliver the best in dementia and Alzheimer’s care.
Engaging Friends and Family
As a family-owned and operated company built on generations of faith, family, love and caring for others, we know that family matters which makes us the best Memory Care community. Creating a home environment where friends and family can gather, visit often, and feel comfortable spending intentional time together is important. For maximum life enrichment, it is essential our residents and their friends and family feel welcomed. When your loved one joins a St. John’s United community, your family becomes part of our family!
But what exactly is a memory care facility? Memory care communities are residential spaces that cater to the specific needs of seniors with memory loss. Key services and features that make memory care facilities different from other types of senior care include 24-hour care, specialized staff, memory-enhancing therapies, a secure environment, and more.
Memory care offers many benefits to support the unique care needs of seniors with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. This approach to dementia care helps residents maintain their skills as long as possible while providing enriching activities that stimulate cognition and improve quality of life.
Benefits of memory care include:
- A secure environment to prevent wandering
- Experienced staff, trained in dementia care
- Supportive dementia therapies
- Unique layouts to reduce confusion
- Low staff-to-resident ratio
- Person-centered dementia care
- Coordinated care with other health care providers
Specially Designed for Memory Care
Each St. John’s United community is purposefully-built from the ground up. Our cottages are thoughtfully designed and constructed to provide a comfortable and inviting environment for both you and your loved one. Because we care exclusively for people with dementia, we design our communities differently.
Residential areas feature themed décor to encourage familiarity for residents. Offices are purposely located near the main living room, allowing residents full access to our administrative staff at all times. Accessible indoor/outdoor living areas provide space for family gatherings and healthy physical activity. Every detail has been intentionally designed with our residents and families in mind.
Our living options have floor plans that reflect design based on safety and accessibility. Some of the Cottages provide an environment that is more comforting to those in all the stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s.
Residents experiencing memory loss will feel safe and secure living with others in a simpler floor plan while their privacy is still honored with private rooms and bath with easily accessible kitchens.
Our professionals are there to help you with the challenges of memory loss by providing appropriate stimulation that helps you maintain connections with your family and community.
Memory Care living options: