One of the best gifts to consider this holiday season is the gift of quality care for your loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia. At Integral Senior Living, we aim to provide this quality care through myriad programs. But one that holds a special place in our hearts is our Generations Memory Care program.
Generations was built around research-based programming and is specially designed to ensure comfort and security while providing around-the-clock care, community support groups and so much more. Each person deserves the best care, and supporting individuals living with dementia is what we do with love and passion!
We believe wholeheartedly that each of our residents is the person they were and still are, and not identified by their disease or behaviors. So, at all times, we strive to celebrate and highlight the abilities of those we serve. There’s also the most important thing: care. By requiring all of ISL’s care partners to complete extensive training when hired and continue ongoing education sessions, each person is able to better support our resident individuals living with memory loss. This support includes doing the “little things” that are so important for our residents’ well-being. It means taking the time to learn about your loved one’s past experiences, favorite activities and daily routine. This enables us to encourage independence, support the resident’s strengths and capabilities, and assist them with their needs in a loving and dignified manner.
With specially designed and dedicated Alzheimer’s and memory care accommodations, Integral Senior Living ensures the comfort and security of your loved one. Our on-site resident care professionals are always here to oversee the administration of medications, as well as other basic care needs.
While this joyful season comes only once a year, our doors are open year-round. We cannot think of a better holiday gift than finding a loving and supportive home for your loved one, and we’d love to show you why ISL can be that home you’ve been searching for. Contact a memory care community near you to take a tour and learn how we can be the best support for your loved one.