A Difficult Illness, A Compassionate Team
More than four million seniors across the U.S. are afflicted with Alzheimer's disease - a common form of dementia that affects older adults. While many men and women in the early stages of Alzheimer's are capable of living at home, their safety and well being often become a concern as losses in memory, perception, and judgment become more severe. Eventually, Alzheimer's sufferers and their families will face a difficult decision when care at home is no longer adequate. When considering professional care and treatment for your loved one, consider Legacy Care, specialized Alzheimer's care offered at select Heritage Health locations.
The unique cognitive and physical losses brought on by Alzheimer's and related dementia require specialized attention from trained professionals. The compassionate caregivers at Legacy Care embrace the challenge of caring for Alzheimer's patients. Our team members are handpicked not just for their professional expertise but also for their ability to interact with Alzheimer's residents. Personnel are cross-trained to work with seniors on every level. Licensed nurses are on duty 24 hours a day to assist with dressing, bathing, meals, housekeeping, social counseling, and engaging residents in a wide variety of games and activities.
Complete Care from An Exceptional Facility
Each Legacy Care facility offers customized care and a warm, friendly environment that allows for maximum independence in a safe and supervised atmosphere. Because we have designed Legacy Care exclusively for individuals with Alzheimer's and related dementia, we are able to provide a combination of features that you will not find elsewhere.
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Secure Dementia Unit