MIND & MEMORY CARE
Residents at Capitol Ridge at Providence enjoy a vibrant life and some of the area’s best, 24/7 care overseen by a registered nurse. Our experienced associates lead with positivity and provide award-winning care and experiences that help our residents have fun and make happy memories every day.
Our Mind & Memory Care offers care and experiences for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia that’s continually recognized as being among the best. Our associates are hired for having strong family values, receive superior training and lovingly support our residents with personalized, needs-based care that supports individual abilities.
Our personalized care plans provide a blueprint for each of our residents’ days to help ensure their needs are met, and they have the freedom to stay as active and engaged as possible. Our associates also have a deep understanding of our residents and provide care in a way that allows for the best possible experience in every interaction.
Memory loss can affect each aspect of an individual’s health, so we manage it with a comprehensive, holistic approach using that which has been proven effective. Benchmark Strong fitness classes and “volleyball” addresses strength and balance while programs like music, doll and art therapy improves cognitive function and eases tension.
Choose from private or shared companion suites that can be decorated to feel more like home and also include accessibility features.
Needs-based help with activities of daily living as determined by a nursing assessment.
Resident’s choice of outside health providers or access to on-site providers, such as physicians and rehabilitation services.
Treasure chests, journey stations, art and music therapy, gardening, audio programs and more.
Scheduled local transportation to medical appointments, shopping centers and community events.
Served restaurant-style with adaptive dining, assistance and texture modified diets available.
Specially selected tools to enhance social, emotional and physical health.
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