Assisted Living & Memory Support Residences
Central Denver, E. 8th Ave. at Jersey St.
To learn more call 303-770-7673
A memory care home is a facility that offers specialized care for people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other conditions that affect memory and certain types of brain function. The facilities offer highly trained assisted living Denver care givers and attention available 24/7 in an environment that is safe and comfortable. The trained personnel of memory care facilities are qualified to handle the specific difficulties encountered by the residents and they also organize programs and activities intended to slow down the progression of the illness, such as brain fitness or memory games.
Memory care facilities offer all the services necessary for making residents safe and comfortable. The meals are freshly prepared with the best ingredients to provide residents the nutrition they need and housekeeping and laundry services are also provided. The facilities are usually surrounded with gates and there are other security measures in place as well to prevent wandering and to make residents feel taken care for.
The buildings and the outdoor areas are also designed to serve the comfort of the residents – in many facilities, the hallways are color-coded for easier navigation and there are handrails and ramps in all areas to facilitate moving around. Each patient receives personalized medical care to match their current physical and mental condition. The activities available in the facilities are designed to create a generally pleasant atmosphere, to help residents find out what makes them feel good and to engage in entertaining activities.