A checklist that matters
If you’ve read the Alzheimer’s Association’s excellent tips for choosing a care facility, feel free to ask us their questions. You’ll find our answers encouraging.
Engagement is everything
Every day we aim to engage, comfort and coax smiles, with programming that’s specific to each resident and patient’s cognitive level and improves their quality of life. So we listen to music, talk about current events, enjoy tactile-stimulation games and tackle crafts projects.
People with memory issues need exceptional caregivers, and we have them. Our Atrium neurologist provides counsel. Nurses are on site and many of our professionals are dementia-care certified.
The power of Linked Senior
This online enrichment program uses evidence-based techniques to improve each resident’s and patient’s quality of life–and inspire some fun, too.
Recreation and dining
Familiar is comfortable. So our residents and patients eat in restaurant-style dining rooms and enjoy their own, secure, outdoor spaces.
A caring environment
The nurses and patient care techs all really care about the patients in this area and make sure they are cleaned and eat. I have visited at all times during the day and have seen my dad up walking around with an aide, out in the common area, and watching tv. I am happy that this place keeps him safe, well fed, and I am constantly informed of his care.Yelp.com