Memory Care at Symphony at the Waterways
Our Memory Care living option is designed to support the needs of residents living with the challenges associated with Alzheimer’s, memory loss or other forms of dementia. Our design team carefully plans every detail of our memory care environment. This may include supportive paint colors and accent walls to help create way-finding points, Memory Stations are designed to promote independent purposeful engagement, low glare residential style flooring to reduce visual disturbance, and personal Memory Shadow Boxes which are personalized with items to assist our residents in finding their way to their homes. Every detail matters and is carefully planned to provide cues for our residents and a secure environment where meaningful moments may occur organically.
Our Memory Care Program
Our Memory Care program at Symphony at the Waterways Assisted Living and Memory Care offers five unique components that guide families, residents, and staff through the day to day journey of memory loss. Each component plays an integral role in addressing the needs of the residents, caregivers, and families within the community. These multifaceted components allow us the flexibility to meet individualized needs and to personalize our program while providing a nurturing environment.
- Physical wellness
- Social well-being
- Supportive community
Different by Design
We strive to set a new standard in programming excellence for all who call our community home. We look to cutting-edge research and technology to continuously improve each and every part of our program, services, and communities.
Symphony at the Waterways includes:
- Private studio apartments
- Personalized care services
- Special memory care programming
- Life enrichment activities
- Weekly housekeeping and linen services
- Three nutritious meals per day and snacks
- All utilities (except phone and cable)
- 24-hour access to caregivers
When is Memory Care Right for Your Loved One?
Has your loved one…
- Become confused when not at home or when traveling?
- Has trouble paying bills or taking care of their finances?
- Become progressively more dependent when it comes to cooking, eating, dressing and bathing?
- Has difficulty in remembering to take medicines or keeping track of medications taken?
- Having difficulty driving or are you concerned about their driving?
- Misplaced items more than once a month?
- Had trouble using appliances such as the stove, phone, remote control or microwave?
- Confused names of family members or friends?
- Have trouble recognizing familiar people?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it may be time to see if Memory Care is right for your loved one!