Know Your Loved One is Cared For

We understand the fear and frustration often associated with memory loss, and we’re ready to listen and offer assistance in any way we can. Memory care communities are specially designed living spaces and supportive environments for those who are living with cognitive challenges brought on by Alzheimer’s and dementia. 

Life at Brookdale brings an opportunity to live life to its fullest, under the care and consideration of those with training and experience to offer kind and compassionate assistance as required. Today, Brookdale is the leading provider of Alzheimer’s and dementia care in the United States.

Our memory care program, the Clare Bridge Alzheimer's and Dementia Program, is deeply rooted in a person-centered approach focused on creating feelings of belonging and purpose for each resident, while seeking to preserve their identity and sense of self. We believe that no one should be defined by the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Maintaining identity and a strong sense of self comes from living a life filled with meaning and purpose and contributions — we believe having dementia shouldn’t change that.

With gentle guidance and visual reminders, our memory care communities are set up for safe engagement in activities such as gardening, kitchen work, and other projects that provide the opportunity to use meaningful life skills and talents.

Brookdale has cared for individuals living with dementia for more than 30 years. We have the experience to understand the complexity of Alzheimer’s and dementia and know how to support them at every stage. We understand what families coping with dementia are going through and want to share our knowledge and experience to guide your loved one through this journey.

Helpful Resources

Whether you personally have Alzheimer's and dementia or you are caring for someone with it, we have a few excellent tools that can help you best navigate these experiences. Download the corresponding resource, depending on your situation, and start tackling any challenges and obstacles you may face.

We also have plenty of helpful articles below where you can learn more about memory care.









A Person-centered Approach 

We believe that no one should be defined by the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Maintaining identity and a strong sense of self comes from living a life filled with meaning and purpose and contributions — we believe having dementia shouldn’t change that.