Memory Care in Venice, Florida
Alzheimer’s and dementia can be challenging for everyone involved, causing you to feel a range of emotions or ask yourself questions like: What’s going to happen to my loved one’s health? But the more you know what to expect and how to prepare, the more it can make the journey feel less daunting.
You also don’t have to go through this alone. If you do feel like you need outside assistance, memory care communities are a wonderful environment ideal for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Your loved one would live in an apartment-like home with premium safety features, surrounded by their peers and nurturing staff members.
Dementia Doesn’t Mean Missing Out
Maintaining identity and a strong sense of self comes from living a life filled with meaning and purpose and contributions — we believe having dementia shouldn’t change that.
Studies show that socialization has a positive impact on seniors and can reduce, even prevent the signs of depression. So, each resident’s Daily Routine consists of their own combination of therapeutic and positive stimulation, including expressive arts, exercise, nutrition, reminiscing, cognitive activities and social engagement with peers, staff and families.