Quality Senior Care for Those Needing
Dementia or Alzheimer’s Care
In addition to all the engagement and activities described above, we use cueing and coaching techniques to help residents remain as independent as possible, with staff ready to step in when needed. All our memory care residents receive help remembering when it’s time for meals, activities, and bed. They also have assistance with eating and drinking. We work closely with them to ensure they take their medications and get all the help they need.
Our staff members also watch for signs a resident is in pain to ensure they’re getting the proper pain management. We work closely with clinicians in the community at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Levindale, Upper Chesapeake Hospital, and Greater Baltimore Medical Center to make sure our residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia have state-of-the-art treatment to continue to live their best lives.
Another benefit of our memory care program is that the residents can socialize with community members who are in other programs. They’ll be able to enjoy time with people here for respite stays, independent living, and senior living.