Caring for a loved one with dementia can be difficult. There may come a time when you need help from professionals who are experienced and passionate in caring for residents. At Marjorie House Memory Care Community, our caregivers are much more than just employees. They understand the special needs of residents with all forms of dementia as well as the needs of their families. Our staff is trained specifically in managing the needs and daily potential of each resident, so your loved one can enjoy life to the fullest, each according to their present abilities.
Our facility is home to our residents, and our caregivers work to make the residents feel at home. We are not a traditional nursing home or retirement center. Instead, we are a unique facility designed specifically to provide senior care for residents with memory loss conditions, including Alzheimer’s and dementia. Learn more about the specialized services we provide. Each life has potential—of one level or another—until the end of life. Our staff discovers that potential, designs appropriate activities to serve that potential, and continually assesses change to each resident’s potential.
Our safe facility is designed with features that make your loved one feel comfortable and at ease. Even in the later stages of dementia, residents still want to feel productive and useful, so we provide ways for them to do the things they enjoy.
Our staff develops a personal relationship with each resident, so we understand the things that bring them joy as well as the things that make them feel anxious or fearful. Our caregivers customize daily activities to your loved one’s needs, so they are living to their fullest potential every day.
We know it is difficult to be separated from your loved one. They may also go through different stages of the disease that you do not understand or know how to handle. Our caregivers provide support to the entire family as well, giving you information and techniques that may help you work with your family member according to their current condition. Visit our education page to see more information about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
If you are considering special care for your loved one with dementia, we encourage you to schedule a time to visit our facility and talk with our caregivers. Visit our Contact Us page for our address, phone number, and directions.