Memory care facilities are designed to provide individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other memory impairments with specialized living arrangements and activities. They are also designed to offer a safe and compassionate environment for those suffering from memory loss. In the facility, the staff is trained in memory caregivers as well as other medical needs of those suffering from memory loss.
Memory care home have been shown to be beneficial for those suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. The caregivers have been shown to be helpful in monitoring their residents, keeping them active and engaged, and providing them with a sense of purpose. Memory care help individuals suffering from dementia stay calm and at peace while they live out the rest of their lives.
Manchester Care Homes and Cambridge Caregivers are following the CDC guidelines and keeping up with changes on a daily basis. Their goal is to keep the residents and staff healthy by asking them to limit their exposure, respect social distance requirements, sanitize hands frequently and continually wipe down surfaces, particularly heavy traffic areas. Their Director of Nursing is providing updated education and information daily to their caregivers.