Brookdale Trinity Towers
Care Levels Offered
What Our Memory Care Community Can Offer You
Just because someone you love is experiencing memory loss, it doesn't mean that they should have to sacrifice their quality of life. Our residents spend their days in a secure environment, surrounded by familiar people who encourage them to enjoy life, experience feelings of belonging and purpose, and help to maintain their current skills through our daily path of engagement.
Some ways we can support you throughout your day:
- We provide sheltered freedom for your loved one, such as secured entrances and exits, giving you peace of mind and allowing them to maintain their independence and mobility.
- Our staff is available around the clock to respond to emergencies and provide care and support as needed.
- At our memory care community, your loved one will have access to a range of activities and services that promote their health and well-being, including specialized memory care programs, social activities, and more.
- We designed our apartments to provide a familiar and comforting home-like environment for residents.
- Each apartment offers plenty of natural light, a private bathroom, and ample storage for personal belongings.
- Our memory care community incorporates special features such as easy-to-navigate floor plans, soothing wall colors, and way-finding cues.
- Consistency is important, and we try to assign the same care associates to the same resident whenever possible.
- Our goal is to anticipate the needs of our residents and provide care with a sense of trust and loving concern.
- We understand that dementia symptoms may cause behavioral expressions, and we have trained staff who can address these issues with compassion and understanding.
- Research-backed programs that are challenging and stimulating but remain failure-free
- Creative opportunities for engagement, such as watercolor painting, sensory activities, exercise, and singing
- Personalized programming to meet the unique needs and interests of each resident
- Opportunities for families to be involved in their loved one's care and programming
Personalized Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
People living with dementia need distinct support. That’s why our memory care, also known as Clare Bridge, has evolved into a more personalized experience. Techniques that work for one resident may not work for another. Instead, our Clare Bridge care partners are trained to provide person-centered care. But Clare Bridge is more than just a care approach. Our residents also benefit from our specialized environment and experienced staff to support them at all stages of the disease.
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Assisted living communities are designed for seniors who are relatively independent, but they need some assistance with daily tasks, like bathing, dressing and managing medication. Assisted living is ideal for those who are looking to make the most of their retirement by living closer to other people in the same stage of life, while getting access to quality care, great onsite amenities, and interesting activities happening at the community.
Memory care communities are specifically designed for seniors living with Alzheimer's or dementia. They feature safe and secure environments where staff can closely monitor the health of the residents. You'll also find programs, activities, and events that are designed to help memory care residents work on their cognitive abilities, while also getting to enjoy passions and hobbies. Staff typically are specially trained to provide the quality care needed for seniors with memory loss.
Memory care features can vary from location to location. Sometimes they are stand-alone communities, and sometimes they are part of a larger community with more levels of care. They often include safety features like emergency alert systems, enclosed courtyards and keypad entry; personalized programming; easy-to-navigate features like color-coded hallways and spacious hallways; and accommodations for seniors in both the early and late stages of dementia.
As much as we wish there was a cure for Alzheimer’s, the best thing a memory care community can do is provide opportunities for your loved one to maintain or experience improvement in their current skills. Research has shown that living in a community can reduce the amount of medication a resident needs, increase their overall health and wellness with proper nutrition and exercise, and provide increased social interaction that leads to lower levels of depression and isolation.
The cost of memory care depends on several different factors, including location, floor plan and how much care your loved one needs. The good news is that our residents only pay for the services they actually need.
This is one of those tricky questions that only you can answer. It’s important to do your research before coming to a final decision. But we can tell you that as the disease progresses, the amount of time, energy and resources required to provide quality care will increase. This often creates more stress for the caregiver and could compromise the otherwise high quality of life your loved one could enjoy in a memory care community.
Our communities incorporate several features to help keep your loved one safe, like including emergency alert systems in each apartment. The majority of our communities also have enclosed outdoor courtyards so residents can explore in a secure environment.
Many caregivers think that a private suite is always the better option for their loved one, but research has shown the value of companionship for seniors living with Alzheimer's or dementia. Sharing an apartment with a roommate can sometimes give residents a greater sense of purpose and lead to deep and lasting friendships. Companion suites can also be more budget-friendly!
Most memory care communities provide educational materials and outreach for families exploring senior living options, but you still need to do your research. Consider what specific items are on your wish list, taking into consideration your loved one’s individual needs and any activities, treatments or accommodations that you believe is important. For more information on finding the right memory care community, visit our Find the Right Memory Care Community page.