Memory care is a specialized type of elder care tailored specifically for the unique needs of seniors who have been given a medical diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease or other recognized forms of dementia.
In Connecticut there are 53 Memory Care Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.
While some Connecticut memory care facilities are home only to residents with memory loss, memory care services can be provided in a variety of environments. During the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia, in-home care or visits to an adult day care center may provide enough supervision during the day to keep seniors safe and occupied while a family caregiver is at work or school. As the disease progresses and the senior requires more help with life’s daily activities, such as dressing, cooking or handling medications, a residential assisted living or memory care community becomes more appropriate. For seniors in the late stages of Alzheimer’s who may have lost physical abilities and/or are challenged by additional medical conditions, a nursing home can provide around-the-clock skilled nursing care from trained medical personnel.