If you have a family member or loved one that is dealing with Dementia or Alzheimer’s, this may hinder their ability to take care of themselves and accomplish day-to-day activities. Memory care assisted living can help improve quality of life and minimize daily stress. Martin Luther Campus uses Ebenezer's Dimensions® program to provide exceptional, compassionate care using evidence-based best practices.
1. Community and Activity
One large benefit to memory care assisted living over home care is socialization. In a memory care assisted living center, residents are given the opportunity to spend time with other residents, develop friendships and take part in activities that are put on by the memory care center. At the Martin Luther Memory Care Community, we offer engaging activities like painting, music-making, service projects and other group activities.
2. Specialized Care
Every resident is unique, so it’s important for a memory care center to create specialized care plans for each resident. Our memory care services are person-centered. We create care plans that are based on detailed assessments that consider the resident’s abilities, needs, preferences and personal history. We also provide cognitive assessments that results in development of approaches that match an individual’s level of cognition.
3. Nutritious Meals
Malnutrition is a growing problem among older Americans, especially for seniors who have difficulty swallowing. At Martin Luther Campus, we supply nutritious meals and specialized diets that cater to our residents’ needs. We ensure that they receive quality food and plenty of choices, so they can stay healthy but still be empowered to make decisions about their food.
If you have a loved one that has Dementia or Alzheimer’s and he or she still lives alone, you may worry about the possibility of your loved one getting lost or having a medical emergency. At Martin Luther’s memory care community, you won’t have to worry about the safety of your loved one. We offer 24-hour staffing and round the clock emergency response with controlled-access entries and secured outdoor areas. The safety of our residents is a top priority at Martin Luther Campus.
5. Assistance with Daily Living Activities
Many people with Dementia or Alzheimer’s begin to struggle with bathing, remembering to eat and doing basic chores around the house. One of the benefits of assisted living is having consistent, caring staff to help enforce a routine. This provides much-needed stability for seniors as well as practical support.
Memory care assisted living can make a world of difference in improving quality of life and mood. Learn more about Martin Luther Campus’ memory care services.
Martin Luther Campus is part of the Ebenezer family of Lutheran Senior Care Communities. We provide transitional care and assisted living apartments for seniors in Bloomington and Richfield. We also have adult day clubs and memory care programs for seniors living at home. We’re located at 1401 East 100th St. Bloomington, MN. Are you interested in transitioning to assisted living or do you have a loved one that needs assisted living? Call Amy at 952-948-5167 for more information and to schedule a tour today.
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