Memory Care

Serenity Gardens Seniors memory care services are designed to address the unique needs of people with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. Specialized caregivers provide memory care residents with day-to-day supervision, guidance and support in a safe, highly structured setting. This structure and support help to minimize confusion, agitation and related health issues that many people with Alzheimer’s experience as their disease progresses.

Not only can memory care help the person who has memory loss, but our home give families the peace of mind that comes with knowing their loved one is safe and well cared for. Our memory care program is designed to eliminate much of the stress of family caregiving while giving residents a friendly community to enjoy daily interactions with their peers.

Specialized Memory Care Amenities

  • Community-wide security cameras
  • Delayed-egress exterior doors
  • Medical alert pendants for each resident
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Our Resident Rooms

Serenity Gardens Seniors offer both private or semi-private bedrooms in a residential setting that feels just like home with wheelchair-accessible bathrooms.

The bedrooms can be personalized with family photos, a favorite chair and other items, and all rooms include a smart TV.

To promote healthy socialization and reduce isolation, our home also includes several common areas and community spaces, such as a dining room, living room, and backyard patio. Residents are encouraged to spend their days engaging in community-based activities rather than remaining isolated in their private rooms.

Residential Memory Care Services

Serenity Gardens Seniors memory care includes private or semiprivate accommodations, along with three meals daily plus snacks.

Memory care services also include specialized therapeutic recreational programming designed to help delay the onset of dementia symptoms and improve residents’ overall quality of life. These programs include small group and one-on-one activities, such as:

  • Pet therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Memory games
  • Speech therapy
  • In-house worship services

Additional Memory Care Information