Description of Arden Courts of Sarasota
Memory care is all we do.
Arden Courts offers dedicated Alzheimer's and dementia care in a safe and secure environment. We take time to learn about each resident's life story and preferences so that we can focus on providing the personalized memory care your loved one deserves.
Our staff is specially trained in the latest Alzheimer's and dementia caregiving techniques for many types of dementia including:
- Alzheimer's disease
- Frontotemporal dementia
- Lewy Body dementia
- Combination of dementia diagnoses
- Parkinson's disease dementia
- Pick's disease
- Vascular dementia
We also care for residents who wander and who display sundowning behaviors.
Our structured programs and personalized assistance help each Arden Courts resident maintain their highest level of independence and promotes their sense of well being.
Arden Courts is an intimate and comfortable community with delightful home-like settings, socializing areas, dining and entertainment, and easy access for residents with limited mobility. Our enclosed landscaped courtyard areas and 1/4 mile of walking paths are perfect for residents to socialize, exercise and garden while being safe and secure.
Our all-inclusive monthly fee simplifies budgeting throughout the disease process.
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Reviews of Arden Courts of Sarasota
Arden Courts of Sarasota
5509 Swift Rd
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My husband was in Arden Courts of Sarasota for less than a month, and if everything goes OK in rehab, he will go back there. The place was friendly and nice, but very old fashioned design and amenities wise. They had small rooms designed for everybody, so they would feel comfortable walking from the bed to the toilet or bed to the chair, and they don't have to cross a lot. They had a lot of common areas and railings. The food and their cook were very good. The activities were dedicated to memory care and were a bit quaint. We encouraged him to participate in their trivia, group crossword, and bingo. He didn't always like the food, but they were very caring about giving something that he might eat. I would like to consider a cord button for memory care people who actually can use it like my husband, as opposed to dragging himself out of bed and going somewhere to call a nurse. They said nurses pass by or check him periodically, but it's not that periodical. He had good rapport with the other nurses, but there was a nightshift nurse who he had a really big problem with. Generally, it's a very good place.