Memory care facilities create social opportunities that residents may not have access to if they subscribed to in-home care. Activities, meals, and downtime can turn into positive social interactions that help to improve mental health and cognitive function of your loved one - thus creating more meaningful connections during your visits together.
Schedules and maintaining consistency are important when it comes to those affected by dementia. Structure in day-to-day life can help reduce stress and agitation for those suffering from Alzheimer's. This is also less stressful for loved ones who may be providing care for their senior family member.
Ensuring your loved one is in a secure environment means allowing them freedom while providing safety and security. At Melody Living, electronic key locks are in place to log all visits to a resident's home and provide maximized independence while maintaining a safe environment. Medical alert pendants are also given to every resident in case of emergencies.
Safety monitoring is integrated with electronic health records to flag emerging issues so that resident’s present, and future, health and well-being remain our number one priority. Health monitoring discretely and privately delivers information on health status of seniors to proactively identify health concerns in an effort to prevent emergencies. Every resident is different, which is why we offer unique individual care plans as well as care levels that ensure residents are only paying for the services they need.