Memory Care Marysville

Memory care is designed to provide a safe, structured environment with set routines to minimize stress for people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Caring, professional staff provide meals and assist residents with personal care tasks, just as the staff of an assisted living facility would, but they are also specifically certified to assist with the unique issues that those living with dementia or Alzheimer’s experience.

Senior adults in Marysville who need more assistance than what is usually offered in assisted living facilities, or individuals who have a more advanced form of dementia, making it unsafe for them to stay in their home, often find that memory care is the best choice for their long-term care.

MyAFH homes can care for memory conditions for your loved one, call today for info about our memory care options in Marysville. Call us or use our Adult Family Home Search. Call 1-800-747-2997, email us at [email protected], or contact us here on our website.

Memory Care Facility Marysville

While nursing homes and other senior living facilities provide ‘round-the-clock professional care, Adult Family Homes that offer memory care provide a safe, predictable environment optimized especially to protect residents from wandering, getting lost, and self-harm. 

Memory care residents most often don’t have any other major health issues, aside from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, but they are no longer able to safely live in their own homes.

When choosing to relocate your senior loved one to a memory care facility in the Seattle area, there are many things that you may be concerned about. Here are some factors to consider during your search.

  • Layout and physical environment
  • Staff
  • Food and activities
  • Availability of continuing care

Memory Care Homes Marysville

In addition to the services provided at most assisted living facilities, memory care communities also offer:

  • Daily group and individual therapeutic recreational programming, such as brain games that are specifically designed to slow the progression of memory loss
  • 24/7 security
  • Anti-wandering systems such as WanderGuard, a wireless wearable tracking device that lets caregivers monitor the exact location of each resident
  • A relatively low staff-to-resident ratio
  • Help with activities of daily living
  • Family support groups

Each memory care facility offers its own unique range of services. Some offer enhanced services including on-site physical, occupational and speech-language therapy, on-site physician’s services and escorts to local medical appointments.

You probably still have many questions and concerns about memory care and what’s best for your loved one. MyAFH is here to answer your questions and ensure that the choice you make for your elderly loved one’s long term care is what’s best for them and for you. Give us a call today to explore your options. 

Call 1-800-747-2997 or visit our Contact Page.

 

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