What Is Memory Care?
Memory Care is for people who have Dementia or other forms of Dementia, like Alzheimer’s Disease. Memory Care provides residents a safe and secure environment that promotes a meaningful life with other people experiencing the same challenges.
Activities are designed for those with a cognitive impairment like music therapy, art, and brain-stimulating games.
MEMORY CARE AT NORTERRE
Families may consider moving a loved one to a memory care community when they notice changes in behavior, bathing habits, or they feel they are unsafe in their homes.
Memory Care at Norterre provides residents with a safe and secure environment that promotes a meaningful life with other people experiencing the same challenges. Residents have their own private living space and share common areas for meals and social activities. Dementia trained staff provide personal care services like assistance with showering, dressing, and managing medications.
Memory Care at Norterre
Memory Care at Norterre is more than healthcare; it is about giving our residents everything they need to live healthily. Our philosophy is that a move to Norterre is a simple change of address where residents remain as independent as possible in a safe and secure environment.
Residents and families build relationships with staff and together create a care plan that meets medical and safety needs.
Gardeners and woodworkers can re-create beauty and imagination with one another. Music ignites memories from the good ole days and baking an old cookie recipe in our kitchen provides a purpose that may have been lost.
A secure courtyard is coveted by our residents who grow vegetables, tend to flowers, and play a game of cornhole when the weather is just right.