Older adults living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia can find specialized support in memory care communities.
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What Is Memory Care?
Memory care serves the long-term needs of those experiencing memory loss. Residents benefit from a nurturing, engaging, and secure environment where they receive quality care from caregivers trained in supporting those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and memory loss. Memory care communities also provide enriching programs and nutritious meals to help residents enjoy their time and focus on their well-being.
Memory Care at Sunrise
Our memory care neighborhoods are filled with warmth and a feeling of family. Our highly trained Life Enrichment Managers form deep bonds with our residents—learning who they are at their core and tailoring care to their unique needs and personalities. Residents enjoy enriching small-group and one-on-one programming where they can connect with friends and caregivers as they enjoy familiar and engaging activities.
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