Senior Memory Care & Support Services
In the right environment, people with memory loss are able to move throughout their days enjoying the freedom to be active and social, while experiencing structured care and supervision.
Our compassionate staff provides memory support care services that encourage each individual’s long-term needs — not just for their health, but their wellness and happiness as well. Volunteers of America National Services memory caregivers are expertly trained to support not only the senior in need, but their family as well.
Why does my family benefit from memory support services?
The right memory care community provides services that allow loved ones facing the challenges of dementia and Alzheimers to live as full a life as possible. This type of care offers your loved one much-needed safety, stimulation and socialization.
- Safety is assured through secure units that give individuals freedom to move through a space they call their own without the risk that they’ll end up somewhere they shouldn’t
- Stimulation is provided through care from specially trained staff that know how to redirect overwhelming, negative emotions toward a calmer, happier state of mind
- Socialization is encouraged through a full calendar of activities chosen in particular for their ability to help keep the minds of those with cognitive challenges active and thriving