The Beechwood Memory Care Program at Providence House Assisted Living is an activity-based program that provides assistance with activities of daily living in a safe, comforting and respectful environment for seniors with memory impairment. The program is designed to preserve their capabilities and to foster their participation in daily activities through the spirit of friendship and compassionate care. Call us today, to schedule a consultation for Providence House Assisted living, out of Brighton, Ma.
Caring for those with memory loss presents unique challenges for families and caregivers who want their loved ones to lead fulfilling, purposeful lives, yet remain secure within a home-like environment. In the Beechwood Memory Care Program at Providence House, you’ll find person-centered care provided by a community of compassionate professionals, skilled at addressing the physical, cognitive, emotional, spiritual and social needs of our residents.
Our Beechwood Memory Care Program provides a comfortable, low-stress residence for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Our secure memory care neighborhood is designed for familiarity, offering environmental cues, and featuring a sunny dining room and cozy common areas.
Residents living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias experience better days when given the opportunity for social engagement, creative expression, and a manageable level of learning within a residence where they feel secure and comfortable. Specialized programming offers opportunities to experience positive interactions and success. Families appreciate the peace of mind knowing their loved one is safe, well-cared-for, and treated with the utmost dignity.
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The Beechwood Memory Care Program at Providence House Assisted Living provides care for residents with a diagnosis of dementia, resulting from Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders. The therapeutic environment is designed to enhance the quality of life for residents whose cognitive abilities have been compromised by the disease process associated with dementia.
The Beechwood Memory Care Program employs a Person Centered approach to care, in conjunction with the Habilitation model as put forth by the Alzheimer’s Association. Wellness will be encouraged through enrichment programs that support each resident’s mental, physical and spiritual well-being. Staff will be afforded the opportunity to develop expertise in Alzheimer’s disease through day- to-day experience and in-service training in behavioral approaches and communication skills. Appropriate recreational activities and a structured, consistent program will significantly decrease undesired behaviors such as wandering, agitation and aggression.
Dignity, self-esteem, privacy and respect are emphasized. Independence is encouraged in order to decrease excess disability and enhance emotional well-being. Behavioral management programs emphasize interventions that allow freedom of expression, but also protect residents’ rights.
It is also important to emphasize that the Beechwood Memory Care Program at Providence House Assisted Living has a primary focus to offer residential care for individuals with dementia through the Early to Middle Stages of the illness. It is anticipated the need may arise to call upon our transfer relationships with other providers which have specifically designed and staffed programs that provide skilled nursing care during the late stage of the illness. Care planning for this later stage is based on each resident’s unique journey through the disease process.