Memory Support

Ensuring safety through tailored care

In the face of dementia and Alzheimer's, ensuring your loved one is safe and has the best support is paramount. Explore our compassionate and expert memory support, designed to nurture and safeguard every cherished memory.

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Guiding your loved one through memory support

Memory loss doesn't define your loved one. We're here to provide a comforting environment where they can flourish, be understood, and continue to make meaningful memories.

  • Care is anchored by our certified dementia experts
  • Digital avenues like LifeLoop keep families connected
  • Regular updates and open channels with our compassionate staff

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Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding the essentials memory support

Your peace of mind is paramount as you navigate memory care choices. We've curated and answered common questions about Immanuel’s memory support services, aiming to shed light on your or your loved one's path and empower the decision-making process.

A memory support community is a specialized senior living environment designed for individuals with memory-related issues, such as Alzheimer's and dementia. It offers tailored care and support to meet their unique needs.

Signs may include memory loss, confusion, difficulty with daily tasks, wandering, and personality changes. Consulting a healthcare professional for a diagnosis and assessment is advisable.

Memory support communities typically offer assistance with activities of daily living, medication management, secure environments to prevent wandering, cognitive stimulation programs, and social engagement activities.

Amenities can vary, but you can expect communal dining areas, secured outdoor spaces, and common areas for social interaction, therapy, and activities. Some may also have fitness centers, libraries, and more.

Ask about staff training and qualifications. Team members in memory support communities are typically trained in dementia care, communication techniques, and strategies for managing challenging behaviors.

Depending on your location and circumstances, financial assistance options like Medicaid or veterans' benefits may be available. It's important to explore these possibilities.

Contact the communities you're interested in to schedule tours. During your visit, observe the staff-to-resident ratio, interaction among residents, and the overall environment to assess whether it's a good fit for your loved one.