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Memory Care

Memory care designed for your loved ones

Family Health West Memory Care is an all-inclusive care facility designed just for those living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.

At Family Health West Assisted Living, our care team is committed to helping you make the right choice for your family. We’re here to be your trusted resource, and we know you have lots of questions, and we have all the answers you need to help make the best decision for your family.

What is memory care?

Memory care is designed for seniors living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia or memory loss. Our social-model approach is designed to help residents maintain their skills and preserve their sense of self through a calendar of activities that provide stimulation, wellness, and fun.

Memory care might be a good fit if...

Deciding when it’s time to choose memory care can be a difficult and emotional decision. There are a few things to consider to help decide if it’s time to start the conversation about memory care. 

If you’re worried about your loved one’s security, are noticing a decline in personal care, or find them less accepting of your help, it might be time to talk to a care specialist.

It’s important to make sure you’re cared for too. Feeling burnout or like you have less time and energy to care for yourself can also be indicators memory care might be a good fit for your loved one.

Why choose Family Health West Assisted Living?

Environment matters for everyone living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or memory loss. Unlike other facilities our FHW Memory Care specializes in dementia-related care and is designed to create a friendly and stress-free home.

We meet with every potential resident to make sure our unique and effective approach to memory care is a good fit for you.

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How to chose your level of care

It all starts with a conversation

When you hear the phrase assisted living, you may think about the old-fashioned nursing homes of the past. Today’s senior living includes many different types of care, but the most common types include independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing.

But which type of care is best for your loved one? The Willows memory care team is here to help you answer that question. While meeting with potential residents and their families, we develop an understanding of your individual needs. Then, we recommend a level of care that benefits you and your loved one.

While we have created an environment that allows your loved one to be close to home, you have the choice in the matter. The Willows needs to be the right fit for you as the caregiver, and for the resident. We are more than happy to talk with you and answer any questions you might have. Call 970-858-2794.

Frequently Asked Questions

 There is a nurse on the premises 24 hours a day. This constant attentiveness can help avert an unnecessary trip to the doctor.

Everything starts with our assessment of a potential resident. After our evaluation, we are able to determine if the resident will need a level one or level two care. Level one residents require less assistance in their day-to-day living. Level two residents need more assistance.

All-inclusive means that for each of our residents, the entirety of their care, transportation, activities, and administration of medication is included in the monthly cost.

While we attentively administers the resident’s medication as part of the monthly cost, but the cost of a resident’s medication is not included.

You’ve done your research and now you’re ready to take a look around. Scheduling a tour is easy! You can reach out to us directly by calling our main line or schedule online.

Timing varies per resident, and we always strive for smooth transitions above everything else. It is important to make sure your loved one is ready for change. However, we can be flexible and if a transition is urgent, we can welcome a new resident within 24 hours.

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