Family Health West Memory Care is an all-inclusive care facility designed just for those living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Our care team is committed to helping you make the right choice for your family and be your trusted resource. We know you have many questions, and we have all the answers and information you need to help you make the best decision for your family.
FHW Memory Care is designed for seniors living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia or memory loss. Our social-model approach is intended to help residents maintain their skills and preserve their sense of self through a calendar of memory care activities that provide stimulation, wellness, and fun.
Deciding when to choose memory care services for a loved one can be a difficult and emotional decision. There are a few items to consider that will help you decide if it’s time to start the conversation about memory care.
If you are worried about your loved one’s security, notice a decline in personal care, or find them less accepting of your help, it might be time to talk to a Family Health West Memory Care specialist.
It is also important to consider that you are cared for, too. Feeling burnout or feeling like you have less time and energy to care for yourself can indicate that memory care treatment might be a good fit for your loved one.
Environment plays a huge role for everyone living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or memory loss. Unlike other memory care facilities, we specialize in dementia-related care and treatment designed to create a friendly, stress-free home.
In order to ensure our unique and effective approach to memory care is a good fit, we will meet with all potential residents. Our memory care facility includes:
When you hear the phrase assisted living, you may think about the old-fashioned nursing homes of the past. Today, senior living induces several types of care. The most common types include independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing.
Which type of care is best for your loved one? Our team is here to help you answer that question. When 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, our facility needs to be the right fit for the resident and you as the caregiver. We are more than happy to talk with you and answer any questions you may have.