Memory care for your loved one.
Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia require a special kind of care. At Benedictine Health System, we build that care around best practices and research, keep it focused on each individual’s needs, and make every effort to ensure our residents achieve the most satisfying objective of all: to have a good day.
Objective: More good days.
Person-centered care for your loved one ensures that he or she is served in the caring, compassionate Benedictine tradition, whether residing in skilled nursing or assisted living.
Available care and services may include:
- Private rooms, shared rooms or apartments
- Professional staff that includes nurses and other qualified caregivers
- Specialized programming and activities that engage and promote a sense of purpose
- Family support that integrates the family into each resident’s plan of care
- Common dining room, sitting room, and meeting or activity rooms
- Recreational activities
- Laundry, housekeeping and meals
Need to talk about Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia – and ask about memory care for your loved one? Visit our Locations page to find a Benedictine Health System community near you or fill out the form on this page for more information.
When is memory care needed?
Top signs of Alzheimer's disease.
Memory care: A closer look
These programs can provide peace of mind for both the patient and the caregiver.