A Spotlight on the Memory Care Services at Mother of Mercy

November 27, 2017

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan first designated the month in 1983, at a time when not much was known about the disease.

Today, Alzheimer’s affects over 5 million Americans, and the resulting memory loss can be scary for those it touches. Adults with Alzheimer’s may need additional attention and tailored care.

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Mother of Mercy knows this. Our staff members are specially trained to understand cognitive loss, equipped with specific communication skills and problem-solving to help individuals with memory loss. They know how best to assist with daily activities.

On top of that, our memory care units are cozy as can be. Private and semi-private living quarters. Relaxation lounges. Large-screen TVs. Beauty and barber services. Comfort is key. Here, it’s like home.

We are a homey and quaint environment, with the services and community of a large care center. That includes housekeeping and laundry, bathing, three meals per day, wellness and exercise programs and medication management, with security to give you peace of mind.

Because we know that community is important, we keep a full calendar of monthly events. Our residents kept busy in October with bingo, a holiday party, and a daily fitness class, among much more!

Our memory care includes Tranquility Place, a brand-new community with the latest in healthcare technology and memory care design. Take a 3D tour to experience it for yourself.

Here, we say “Love them for who they are, and remember them for who they were.”

We provide the support and care to make that happen.