At Bethesda Gardens, our memory care services focus on safety and quality of life. We provide intensive care, supervision and monitoring 24 hours a day in a secure environment. We recognize each individual will be affected differently with memory loss, so we offer an individualized program in a stimulating atmosphere.
Upon admission, our Health Services Director meets with new residents and families to develop a personal care plan, which includes an assessment of the resident’s physical and psychological needs, as well as personal preferences for care. We tailor care to meet each individual’s symptoms, recognizing every individual will be affected differently with memory loss. Our highly trained team—including around-the-clock licensed nurse supervision—tends to all our residents’ needs, from medication management to physical wellness. We update this plan regularly, or as a resident’s health changes.
Our compassionate staff works with each resident and family to provide life enriching programs, and to create an environment where residents can succeed and thrive while maintaining as much familiarity as possible. Small accomplishments, such as working on a memory book, baking, or even making a bed, can be highly therapeutic and encouraging.
Walk into our Memory Care, and you may see a resident petting a dog or cat, washing their hands with a warm lavender-scented cloth, or singing a familiar tune around the piano. Senses of touch, scent, and rhythm remain strong as memories fade. Our team members continually tap these senses to soothe and connect with residents.
Our private and affordable companion apartments are located in our friendly neighborhood setting. Our community features a comfortable lounge, family-style dining and vibrant living spaces. The beautifully landscaped grounds provide a secure outdoor setting with continuous walking paths in a tranquil setting.
The transition to memory care can be one of the most difficult decisions a family makes. Our compassionate team is committed to helping seniors not only get the physical care they need—but also enjoy the highest possible quality of life. Read more about our approach to memory care.