“Memory loss teaches us all to cherish every moment.” – Matthew Edward Hall
Your parent, grandparent, or other loved one has always been a strong, constant force in your life. Maybe you grew up watching your mom bake elaborate recipes from memory each holiday season or you remember listening to your uncle sing along to every song on the radio because he remembered lyrics flawlessly. These types of moments have provided you a lifetime of cherished memories, which is why it’s so difficult to see your loved one begin to struggle with memory loss.
Caring for a loved one who is living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is a very emotional, difficult role to take on. This is why memory care can be such a valuable solution. Memory care communities can help your loved one get the personalized care they need while still living a purposeful, engaged lifestyle.
What is a Memory Care Community?
Memory care is specialized care designed for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Memory care communities, like the one at Fellowship Senior Living, typically provide your loved one with a safe, secure environment where highly trained team members can closely monitor their health and provide care unique to their specific needs.
Memory care communities also provide your loved one with a range of activities, programs and events that are socially stimulating and can help slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Memory Care Community Features
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia don’t have to decrease your loved one’s quality of life. Joining a memory care community gives your loved one increased opportunity to live comfortably and do the things they enjoy for longer. Memory care communities can also provide family members and caregivers like yourself with peace of mind that your loved one is well cared for and thriving.
When your loved one joins Fellowship Senior Living’s memory care community, they can expect:
- A safe and secure setting
- A welcoming atmosphere
- Person-centered care
- Enriching activities
- Highly trained team members
Dedicated Memory Care at Fellowship Senior Living
At Fellowship, we provide compassionate and experienced memory care that can help you focus more on your relationship with your loved one instead of taking care of their everyday needs. Located at Fellowship Village, our scenic senior living campus in Somerset County, our Memory Care program takes a person-centered approach to providing your loved one with customized care that’s designed to meet their unique needs.
Our innovate household model of memory care helps create a secure, homelike atmosphere for your loved one by shaping the physical environment, interpersonal relationships and organizational structure that they will experience.
When your loved one joins our Memory Care community, you can rest assured that one of our nurturing team members will be available 24/7 for anything they may need. Our Memory Care team is specifically trained to care for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, with certified dementia care practitioners, registered dietitians and registered nurses that are on-site 24 hours a day.
Our team at Fellowship provides a variety of services and amenities to ensure your loved one is getting the personalized care they require. Some of our Memory Care amenities include private suites, an on-site medical center, physical, occupational and speech therapy, chaplaincy, one-to-one services and a high staff-to-resident ratio.
Find the Memory Care Your Loved One Needs at Fellowship Senior Living
We welcome you and your loved one to learn more about Fellowship’s innovative Memory Care in Basking Ridge, NJ. Our dedicated team of professionals is here to support you and your loved one as you both embark on this new journey together. Your loved one will find caring, respectful support and more reasons to thrive, engage and grow in our community.
Contact us today at 908-580-3824 to learn more about what life could look like for your loved one when they join our memory care community.