Memory Care in
Providence, RI-New Bedford, MA
Offering home-like environments, dementia-friendly menus and programs specifically designed for seniors living with Alzheimer’s and dementia, our Brookdale memory care communities in the Providence-New Bedford area give your loved one an opportunity to enjoy a rich and full life.
They can relax in a spacious apartment or one of the many common rooms designed to resemble a private home. We even have a kind and compassionate team available on campus to make sure your family member receives gentle guidance, encouragement and reminders throughout the day. Here are some more ways we help our memory care residents make the most of this season of their lives:
A Secure Setting
Our apartments, common areas and dining rooms are all built dementia-friendly with security and ease in mind. And many of our communities offer secure outdoor spaces to provide sensory experiences and encourage independence. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing there is trained staff on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to be alerted to an emergency.
A Warm and Welcoming Atmosphere
A place that is familiar and comforting—that’s home. Our living spaces have plenty of natural window light, private bathrooms, ample storage, and some even have garden views. Plus, our purpose-built communities incorporate special memory care features like easy-to-navigate floor plans, soothing wall colors and way-finding cues.
Consistent Care Assignments
Your family member deserves to experience a full life in a place where they are well known. That’s why we strive to provide consistent care assignments so that your loved one is cared for by the same Brookdale associates whenever possible. This helps build out relationship-rich partnerships between residents and caregivers, which in turn promote familiarity and regularity.
Our daily path of engagement is an evidence-based approach that offers a gentle structure of six planned programs per day. This routine helps your loved one maintain their abilities, encourages the use of current skills and offers a sense of security and accomplishment. Activities can include morning cognitive workouts and physical fitness and movement classes.