Memory Care

Providing Guidance to Senior Assisted Living and Memory Care

The Senior Care Specialists at Aging at 5280 will provide guidance on the process when it becomes difficult to care for your loved one.

Memory Care is a form of senior living that provides intensive, specialized care for people with memory issues.

A team of professional nursing staff are trained in the cognitive, behavioral, and physical symptoms that often accompany dementia. These specialists are trained to handle unique issues that often arise as a result of dementia. They check in with residents more frequently and provide extra structure and support to help them navigate their day. This helps them adapt their care and interactions to create a helpful and restful home for residents.

Senior Assisted Living communities have security measures such as secure entries and exits as well as, enclosed outdoor spaces. This secure and calming atmosphere helps residents feel comfortable and at ease.

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Specialized Support for People With Alzheimer's and other types of Dementia

Aging at 5280 will ensure families feel confident knowing their loved one is being cared for in a conscientious community built specifically to cater to their needs.

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