Alzheimer's Care/Memory CareAssisted LivingHealth Care Facility/Nursing HomeSenior Services
9 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. E.S.T, call 888.478.2410. Between the hours of 11 p.m. and 9 a.m. email help@hcr
If your loved one is struggling with the effects of Alzheimer's or related dementia, our Alzheimer's services may be able to help. By recognizing each individual's physical, mental and social needs, our goal is to provide an environment where residents maintain an optimal level of self-care and independence for as long as possible.
We promote a philosophy of care designed to support the highest practicable level of engagement and function for those experiencing dementia. We focus on residents' remaining abilities, not on what they have lost. We work to find easier ways for them to stay involved in daily life by unlocking their remaining cognitive and functional abilities and promoting their use.
We provide structured activities that are planned and supervised by trained professionals. Programs are timed and varied to fulfill your loved one's day while preserving a routine in the familiar surroundings of home. Our Engagement Therapy Treatment (ETT) program is designed specifically for our residents living with memory loss. This innovative approach integrates unique life experiences of the past with present interests. Programs are based on your loved one's functional abilities and maximizes these abilities in a therapeutic environment.
Our staff is well educated in the disease process and its management. We have the expertise and experience to simplify and enhance your loved one's life and to help you find the peace of mind you deserve.
The layout of our center is residential by design -- small in scale and organized into four self-contained ''houses''
- We provide structured activities that are planned and supervised by trained professionals.
- The layout of our center is residential by design
- Engagement Therapy Treatment®is designed specifically for residents living with memory loss
- Life Skills activities enable residents to continue their routine functions