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What Is Memory Care?

What Is Memory Care?

The short answer: Memory care is a specialized service that provides housing and 24-hour care for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.  Trusted communities offer programming explicitly designed to help residents improve their quality of life through...
When to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care

When to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care

Have you noticed that your loved one has started to exhibit signs of worsening memory loss when you visit them in their assisted living facility? Addressing these cognitive declines is never easy and can be particularly complicated to discuss with your loved one, as...
How Can Memory Care Help Seniors?

How Can Memory Care Help Seniors?

If your loved one is experiencing any sort of memory loss, you know how challenging finding the right care can be.  And if you’ve made the difficult decision to have your loved one join a memory care community, finding the right facility can present even more of...
Does Supportive Living Include Memory Care?

Does Supportive Living Include Memory Care?

Making the decision to seek out-of-home care for your loved one can be incredibly complex. And this already-challenging decision becomes even more fraught as your search for the right place for your loved one to age comfortably and with dignity.  Should you find...
The Top 3 Benefits of Alzheimer’s Care Programs

The Top 3 Benefits of Alzheimer’s Care Programs

The Right Level of Support for Alzheimer’s Care Finding the right level of care for your aging loved one is a uniquely difficult challenge. You’ve got a lot of options, and we all know assisted living and independent living are great communities for older adults....
5 Things to Know About Memory Care in Minneapolis

5 Things to Know About Memory Care in Minneapolis

Senior Woman Sitting In Chair And Talking With Nurse In Retirement Home Have you noticed that your aging loved one has been acting differently recently? Maybe they’ve been refusing food or visitation, misplacing objects, or neglecting household upkeep. Or maybe...