Spring Arbor of Richmond
9991 Ridgefield Parkway , Richmond, VA 23233
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Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted
Amenities at Spring Arbor of Richmond
Minimum Age: 65
Pet Policy: ["Small pets allowed"]
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Description of Spring Arbor of Richmond
Spring Arbor of Richmond-Henrico, a premier senior living community is located in the beautiful west end area of Henrico and offers Assisted Living and specialized Memory Care services to individuals living with Alzheimer’s or Dementia-Related Alzheimer’s. Our beautiful and inviting décor is only surpassed by the warm and compassionate care delivered by our team of senior living professionals. At Spring Arbor of Richmond-Henrico, one and two bedroom apartments are featured as well as a variety of services and amenities designed to nurture and support our resident’s need for independence, privacy and safety.
At Spring Arbor Living Richmond, our senior living caregivers are more concerned with the resident than a task list. This doesn’t mean that tasks are not important. We believe that the senior living residents in our care deserve the very best. We also believe that growing older doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice choices in the aspects of everyday life.
Validation Therapy is a communication technique that allows memory care caregivers to better relate to our Alzheimer’s and Memory Care residents by connecting with residents where they are on life’s journey on any given day. For example, if a memory care resident sees themselves as a 35 year old working professional, then the memory caregiver joins the resident in their reality. This is primarily accomplished by accepting the values and beliefs of the resident without confrontation. Trying to reorient a memory care resident to “facts” often is confusing and unsuccessful for the resident. The caregiver is putting themselves in the shoes of the resident, not simply by trying to move an individual’s attention from one thing to another; it is also about validating feelings and emotions.
The Spring Arbor Living of Richmond’s “Art from the Heart” program puts a paintbrush in the hands of residents who have Alzheimer’s or other memory impairment. The results are amazing. Our Alzheimer's care residents who have struggled with even the most modest tasks of everyday living have astounded all of us with their creative spirits and wonderful creations.
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