Terra Pointe Memory Care in Glendale Arizona
In memory care, each person has a unique story. At Terra Pointe in Glendale, AZ., we help each resident craft a personal, meaningful experience each day to continue their story. Our approach to care is designed to engage our residents and meet them where they are.
Our specially trained staff are knowledgeable in dementia strategies and techniques to prevent and minimize wandering and combative behaviors. Each resident receives personalized care and stimulating activities that help seniors use their unique skills.
We believe in our staff’s continuing education and development to help our residents and their families correctly. Our goal is to provide you with peace of mind and to ensure your loved one is getting the best level of care possible.
What is memory care, and why is it crucial?
Memory care is a senior living community that offers 24-hour care for people living with dementia or other cognitive impairments. Our communities provide a safe environment for residents, focusing on improving quality of life, reducing confusion with memory-enhancing therapies in a secure environment.
Memory care in Glendale, AZ, supports its residents with an experienced team and personalized assistance. This technique for a dementia treatment plan helps elders maintain abilities as long as possible while providing specialized activities that promote understanding and enhances their lifestyle.
When a loved one is diagnosed with memory-related illnesses, it takes a significant toll on them and their family members. Here at Terra Pointe, we take memory care seriously and work to make our residents’ lives whole so that they can thrive.
What is included in Terra Pointe Memory care?
Dementia care in Terra Pointe provides daily meals, housekeeping, and support with activities of daily living, such as showering, dressing, and toileting. Some of the other benefits follow:
- Uniquely designed, well-appointed private and companion studios
- Beautiful, secure courtyards
- Private showers and shower benches in each unit
- Utilities and basic cable included, except phone
- Three delicious meals daily plus snacks
- 24-hr emergency response system
- On-site services such as podiatry, dental, hearing, x-rays, etc.
- On-site beauty salon
- Medication management
- Transportation services available
- It’s Never 2 Late dementia Care Interface
Our Life Engagement program encompasses activities to provide social, intellectual, physical, and emotional support, considering each resident’s abilities and levels of wellness.
This program is developed around each person’s specific interests, history, and routine to promote cognitive, sensory, creative, and physical skills. Daily activities are specifically designed to nurture the spirit of residents by providing life skills and tasks that our residents enjoyed doing in the past that bring a sense of purpose to the present.
When is it time for memory care?
Moving people with early stages of dementia into memory care communities sooner results in a better outcome for residents’ mental, physical and emotional well-being.
Below are clear signs it’s the right time for memory care.
Alzheimer’s or dementia-related diagnosis – Your best time to begin visiting and exploring memory care communities, is once there is a diagnosis. Your aging loved one needs to have a say in their future. Transitioning earlier enables an adjustment time, so elders become familiar with their surroundings, make friends, and connect with staff.
Caregiver burnout – Caregiver burnout is physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion. Burnout can occur when caregivers don’t get the help they need or try to do more than they can do, physically or financially. Suppose you find yourself stuck between an aging parent requiring care, a job, and the needs of your own family. In this case, memory care is encouraged.
A decline in overall health – As memory loss sets in, so do reductions in ACLs like personal hygiene and forgetting to eat. A sunken posture, weight loss, and medication management are some other problems. Getting lost and losing track of days and times has a disastrous effect on one’s health and well-being, in addition to being at risk for injury or becoming victims of crimes. A person with dementia is more prone to being injured at home and less able to remember how to seek help.
Reduced social life – The social life of someone with dementia dwindles considerably, accelerating the condition. Residents in memory care communities have vibrant social lives. Daily activities, excursions, and creative outlets keep the mind active and engaged.
Your instincts are telling you something – You inevitably know your loved one more than anyone. If your intuition tells you it’s time to move a senior into memory care, it’s probably true. If you feel worried about your loved one’s safety, it is a good indication that they would benefit from a memory care community.
Spring Gardens Senior Living in Glendale, Arizona, gives your loved one the most significant degree of care as well as much-needed support for you.