Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Residents who are suffering from a memory loss diagnosis receive outstanding care from our team of dementia care professionals who strive to ensure that each resident is engaged, uplifted and feels a sense of purpose.
Our highly trained, kind, and caring staff dedicates each day to engaging activities that enrich the lives of residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias in the dedicated Memory Care neighborhood at Edgeworth Park.
Our philosophy is to create life-affirming experiences for residents of our Memory Care neighborhood. We believe that life does not stop when you receive a memory loss diagnosis. A diagnosis means that a new chapter is beginning and that chapter should be filled with love and experiences.
The Discover Memory Lane program incorporates music, art, cognitive and physical activities into the lives of our residents throughout the day. These activities strive to preserve cognitive abilities while providing a feeling of a sense of accomplishment and individuality.
You can be sure your loved one will receive highly personalized care. Activities are created to interest, engage, and fulfill each individual. This person-centered approach aims to promote well-being, prolong daily function, and help residents maintain a sense of purpose, dignity, and satisfaction. Services include:
Personalized care is at the center of everything we do at Edgeworth Park. Our families have peace of mind knowing that our community offers special memory care features such as a custom wardrobe, safety lights in the bathrooms, edgeless showers in each apartment, secure outdoor courtyard, and care staff available 24/7.
At Edgeworth Park, we schedule activities designed to keep residents entertained and engaged. Each day is a new adventure, with a calendar that includes music, pet therapy, matinees, poetry, bowling and sittercise. There’s also western movie nights, baking club, corn hole and game show nights. There’s something for everyone, and the schedule changes to match the interest of residents and to create an inspired lifestyle.
When you are a full-time caregiver, it’s difficult to trust your loved one’s care to someone else—even for a short time. Now you can take the time away or break you need, knowing your loved one is in good hands at Edgeworth Park. Our respite care program is open to individuals with Alzhiemer’s or other memory disorders. Benefits include:
What is Alzheimer’s Disease? What are the signs Alzheimer’s Disease? How can you treat Alzheimer’s Disease? Many of these questions can be answered with help from the easy-to-use guide from the National Institute of Aging – Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease.
The guide will give loved ones the appropriate tools about Alzheimer’s disease with information such as, signs of the disease, when it is important to see your doctor, types of treatment, research studies and how to get help caring for a person with the disease.