Dementia Care

Even in the early stages of Dementia, it is important that there is someone there every step of the way with your family.

Living With Dementia

When your loved one receives a Dementia diagnosis can mean a lot of things, but it’s important to know that you and your loved one are not alone. Millions of Americans have been diagnosed with Dementia, and over 500,000 new diagnoses are expected by the end of this year. It’s hard to know which Dementia Care is right for your loved one, but we’re here to help.

Our Dementia Care

Learning the different stages of Dementia is important in accepting and understanding your loved one’s diagnosis. As they progress through their diagnosis, each stage requires specialized care.

Each journey is different, but it starts with the individual. When caring for someone with dementia, accepting support is the first step in exploring your options.

Living With Us

We’re here to help the transition for your family easier. We believe in stimulating the mind, which is why we offer various amenities, activities, and events for our residents to enjoy!


Medication observation

Daily meal preparation

Grooming assistance

Mobility assistance

Physical therapy

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Learning New Skills





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Special Events

Holiday Events

Wine Tastings

Nature Walks

Family Night


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Specialized Care

For specialized Dementia Care such as for those with Alzheimer's, we offer our Alzheimer's Memory Care too.

Dementia Signs & Stages

Below are the three stages and the effects they may have on your loved one:

Mild Dementia

  • Short term memory loss
  • Getting lost
  • Personality shifts
  • Trouble with cognitive organization
  • Trouble with problem-solving
  • Early Alzheimer?s symptoms may appear

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Moderate Dementia

  • Drastic change in sleeping patterns
  • Everyday assistance in personal tasks
  • Extensive memory loss

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Severe Dementia

  • Loss of ability to communicate
  • Loss of physical awareness (i.e walking)
  • Extreme memory loss
  • Requires daily help with every single thing

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Dementia Behaviors

  • Hallucinating
  • Delusional
  • Easily irritated and aggravated
  • Sundowning
  • Suicidal

Dementia progression is different for everyone. When caring for your loved one takes a toll on you, we're here to lend a helping hand.

Whether your loved one needs Dementia Care or Assisted Care, our services are specifically catered to meet their needs.

With more than 13 years of experience in helping loved ones transition into their new lives, we’re more than happy to help you too.

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