Memory Care is a specialized type of long-term care, specifically tailored for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of progressive-degenerative dementia.
When a loved one has Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, Memory Care can improve their quality of life. When an Assisted Living Community or Skilled Nursing Facility simply cannot provide all the necessary services, moving to a welcoming and life-enhancing Memory Care Community is the best answer.
If you have a new diagnosis and are researching for your future, or if you have a loved one already in this situation, you may have many questions about Memory Care, and how it can help. What exactly is Memory Care? What types of facilities provide Memory Care? Who qualifies for Memory Care? These are some of the important questions we often answer.