Michigan seniors who need Alzheimer’s and dementia services without sacrificing the quality of life they deserve can find it at Brookdale Farmington Hills North. Our residents and their families benefit from the worry-free security of life at a community built from the ground up for the specific requirements of those dealing with cognitive challenges. From color coded cues to aggressively stable schedules, our entire environment is built to steer our valued residents through their days. But we’re not just built for safety. We’re also built for life, as our residents have a huge range of life-enriching activities to choose from. They’re also surrounded with a whole community of life-enriching friends to make. Visit our community, conveniently located close to Twelve Mile Road and Water P Reuther Freeway, tucked into a quiet, residential area, and find out what your loved one’s best life can look like.
Memory Care at Brookdale Farmington Hills North
Our memory care focuses on creating a personalized experience. That means there is no one-size-fits-all approach to care here. Techniques that work for one resident may not work for your family member, so we tailor care to the person and help address their needs with consistent care assignments whenever possible. Whether it’s our Clare Bridge program for mid to late stages of dementia or our Solace program for the advanced stages of dementia, we have purposeful programs with the compassionate care you and your family need. Here are some of the programs and services we offer:
Clare Bridge is our exclusive brand of dementia care created more than 30 years ago.
Clare Bridge Solace is designed to meet the special needs of residents in the advanced stages of dementia.
ActivitiesFrom fitness-friendly activities to classes and groups built to exercise our minds, the activity list here is huge. Every morning starts with one of our signature B-Fit programs. Sundays are ice cream socials. Toe-tapping Tuesdays remind us all of the power of music to enrich our lives. And the list goes on. But living your best life here doesn’t mean just having things to do. It means being surrounded by people just like you who are re-exploring old passions or finding new ones.
DiningWe keep mealtimes routine. Your loved one will sit with familiar people at the same time and at the same table each day. Memory care residents typically do not eat large amounts of food at one time, so to ensure they have a sufficient calorie intake, our menu includes three daily meals with entrée choices and plenty of snacks throughout the day. And our care associates are trained to address dining challenges, such as difficulty swallowing or handling utensils. We also offer adapted recipes and specialized table settings.
Our memory care program is deeply rooted in a person-centered approach. We offer the necessary resources and nurturing staff to care for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
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Memory Care at Brookdale
A person-centered approach