The New York Department of Health (NY DOH) has issued visitor guidance for adult care facilities that meet specific benchmarks and are able to develop a plan for visits. A criteria of the NY DOH guidance is to share a copy of the visitor plan publically. Please refer to Brookdale's Visitor Policy Information for specific visitor guidance for the communities once they meet the DOH criteria.
Memory loss doesn’t have to mean all is lost. If you and your family are looking for a memory care community, Brookdale Fayetteville can help. Our Alzheimer's and dementia care community, also known as Clare Bridge, is rooted in “a person-centered approach”. That means we help our residents find a sense of belonging and purpose while also helping them preserve who they are.
This is where state-of-the-art care meets a passion for painting. Our residents stay engaged with a gentle daily structure of planned activities to help them maintain their abilities and encourage the use of their current skills. Brain games, dancing, cooking classes and music programs are just a few of the ways our residents enjoy their days. Along with our programming, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that trained staff is on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to be alerted to an emergency.
Memory Care at Brookdale Fayetteville
If you need memory care and support, we can help. Our Alzheimer’s and dementia care community is rooted in a person-centered approach. That means we help your family member find a sense of belonging and purpose while also helping them preserve who they are. But this is more than just a care model. Your loved one will also benefit from our consistent care assignments and specially-trained staff to support them through all stages of the disease. Here are some of our programs:
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.
ActivitiesArt classes, gardening, and yoga are just a few activities included on the Daily Path. Your family member will also enjoy devotional services, jewelry-making, movie nights and fun social events, like happy hour and cooking club meet-ups. We even plan regular off-campus outings to local attractions and lunch at local restaurants. Music is also an important part of life at Brookdale Fayetteville, with Name that Tune games and sing-alongs. We even have a piano on campus.
DiningDid you know people living with dementia are at a greater risk for poor nutrition and weight loss? That’s why we use mealtime as an opportunity to offer healthy menu choices and create a sense of belonging for your loved one. Our residents enjoy dementia-friendly menus with familiar and easy-to-manage selections, small dining rooms with consistent pre-selected seating and personal dining assistance.
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