Memory and Dementia Care


If a family member or friend has dementia, you know that caring for them can be mentally and physically challenging. It can also put strain on your family and friendships.

In a memory care unit, your loved one will receive around-the-clock care in a quiet, comfortable setting and be engaged in a variety of activities designed to provide a sense of purpose. Some centers also use music or memory programs to help patients enjoy each day to its fullest.

Where to Start
Where to Start

The life engagement training that dementia care staff members receive allows them to maintain a calm environment while serving and caring for residents.

To learn more about memory and dementia care, contact the center nearest you.