Living with Memory Loss

We recently expanded our Memory Loss services by adding 18 small private apartments in a secure neighborhood delivering memory support services.

Memory loss of loved ones can be one of the most challenging issues of aging. It can be particularly difficult for family members who find it harder to maintain relationships or spend quality time together with their loved ones. To best serve seniors and their families, we provide personalized therapeutic care for individuals with memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. Caring for residents with Alzheimer’s means recognizing they are individuals, deserving of respect and dignity. We build on this belief through our unique dementia care program that strives to enhance the quality of each resident’s life. Despite the challenges of memory loss, we aim to help residents lead happy, fulfilling lives by participating in activities, sharing memories, contributing to a purpose and enhancing connections and loving relationships with their friends, families and neighbors.

Taking the Next Step

We helped many families find support in caring for their loved one with memory loss as well as helping the family members themselves find balance and strength. Let us help your family find what you need. We are available any day of the week to review care options. Contact us today to schedule your personalized visit to meet our wonderful residents and friendly staff. We look forward to meeting your family.

Depending on the Stage of Memory Loss, our Memory Support Program Includes:

  • Personalized support plans to match your loved one’s needs and preferences in a personal-care or secured neighborhood setting so you only pay for the care you need
  • Caregivers trained in memory support techniques
  • The Validation® communication method
  • Brain fitness activities and memory games to provide fun as well as intellectual stimulation
  • My Life Story projects to build our understanding of your loved one to in turn foster a better connection
  • Staff support 24 hours every day, including access to medical assistance
  • Three meals a day professionally prepared by our Culinary team
  • A monthly rental fee that includes heat, air conditioning, electricity, basic cable
  • Diverse social and recreational activities throughout the week
  • Accommodations for couples with different care needs to live together
  • Healthy-living wellness and specialized fitness programs led by our professional staff
  • Onsite salon and spa services for men and women

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Proven Techniques

Validation Method

Vaalidation MethodThrough our specially trained co-workers, Ecumenical is proud to offer the Validation® Method to our residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. Validation is a leading-edge memory loss therapy where co-workers enter the resident’s reality rather than trying to bring the individual with memory loss back into ours. It teaches caregivers how to listen with empathy and ask questions that help those with memory challenges to fully express their concerns and frustrations ultimately reducing anxiety, building trust and restoring dignity. Best of all, Validation helps co-workers understand and appreciate the wisdom and knowledge of an individual with dementia. Ecumenical and our sister company, Country Meadows Retirement Communities, teach this method to other retirement communities and families in our mission to lead with innovation.

Compass Program®

Using the Compass Program developed by our rehabilitation therapy partner, Genesis Rehabilitation Services, every aspect of care is delivered based on a resident’s individual needs. Our team assesses each resident and assigns one of four colors based on his/her level of dementia and current abilities. The awareness of human needs indicated by each color level helps co-workers to interact positively and meaningfully with each resident, meet his/her needs in effective ways and ultimately provide a better quality of life.

Memory Care Support Group

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Supporting the Whole Family

Dementia is a family disease, not only affecting the loved one with memory loss. We understand that and offer a support group for families caring for a loved one with dementia and resources to use in coping and even strengthening your own cognitive skills through memory games and education. We host an on-campus support group open to the public, whether you have a family member residing with us or not. We’re here to help all families living with these challenges as much as we can.

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