Life is about more than simply existing – each of us has a unique potential to lead fulfilling lives, even as we age or have memory care needs. Marjorie House Memory Care Community provides memory care living, creating activities and life-enrichment opportunities appropriate to their individual needs.
What is Memory Care Living?
Memory care living is not the same as a retirement home or an assisted living facility. Since we focus specifically on dementia and memory care rather than a spectrum of senior needs, we can provide the most specialized care imaginable. Our brand new, state-of-the-art facility is designed with safety, security, and structure in mind, cultivating a safe and welcoming living space where residents come first. Located in the heart of some of the best wine country in the world, quality of life is important to us, and we prioritize it in our services for our residents.
When to Transition a Loved One to Memory Care Living
We understand that transitioning a loved one out of their home can be a complicated, frustrating, and confusing decision process. Early warning signs are different in severity and speed from person to person, but observing subtle changes can be beneficial. If your loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, or any other form of dementia, memory care living gives them an opportunity to enhance their life in an environment tailored to affirming their potential. Knowing that family involvement is not only allowed but encouraged, family members can rest assured that their loved ones are in great hands and receiving the high-quality person-centered care they require, need, and deserve in their daily life.
Why Marjorie House?
Dr. Raymond and Kathleen Leatham designed Marjorie House to meet the unique and special needs of residents living and suffering with dementia. Details such as sight lines, room dimensions, and even paint colors and schemes specifically cater to individuals with a dementia diagnosis. Our staff is also highly trained in the field of dementia, and offer dementia education to the families and friends of our residents. Being person-centered allows us the opportunity to spend time with each of our residents and their families, and to tailor their individual service plans based on their values, routines, beliefs, and preferences.
For more information about Marjorie House Memory Care Community, or to discuss what is the right decision for you and your loved ones, call or visit us today. Our friendly staff is here for you.