February 1, 2019    The Arbors

How Memory Care Differs from Assisted Living

Dementia is progressive, which means that someone with the disease will almost certainly get worse over time and require long-term care, such as assisted living and/or memory care. Assisted living....

Topics: memory care, memory care vs assisted living, assisted living

February 1, 2019    The Arbors

5 Common Features of a Memory Care Community

Memory care communities offer the same services as assisted living facilities — plus a higher level of skilled care and supervision as well as activities that are intended to stimulate the memory....

Topics: memory care, dementia, elderly memory loss

January 25, 2019    The Arbors

Slideshow: 10 Dementia Care Dos & Don'ts for Family Caregivers

Dementia is a progressive disease, which means it will get worse over time. For some people, dementia progresses rapidly. For others, it takes years to reach an advanced stage. One of the biggest....

Topics: dementia, memory care

January 25, 2019    The Arbors

6 Signs It Might Be Time for Memory Care

Memory care is a special kind of long-term care designed to meet the specific needs of people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia or types of memory problems. Often housed within an....

Topics: Reflections Memory Care, dementia, elderly memory loss