Memory Care

Creating opportunities for mindful connections
in a secure, intimate environment.

Memory Care

Celebrating Meaningful Moments

At Heather Heights, we specialize in care for seniors facing challenges associated with dementia,
Alzheimer’s disease and other types of memory impairment. Our residents’ minds, bodies and spirits are
stimulated with joyful activities in a secure and comfortable environment.

Our Memory Care team is specially trained to focus on the unique strengths and needs of each
individual resident. With Enhanced Care services available for Memory Care residents, we can
adjust care plans as medical needs change, providing the best opportunity to age in place.

Memory Care Advantage

Memory Care Services & Amenities

  • Safe and secure homelike environment
  • Dining services with three nutritious, well-balanced meals
  • Private, secure outdoor patio
  • 24/7 activities calendar designed for cognitive impairment
  • Fully furnished rooms with private in-suite bathrooms
  • Housekeeping, laundry and maintenance services
  • Supervised access to all Assisted Living amenities and activities

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Care Highlights

Memory Care Highlights

  • Professional nursing staff is on-site 24/7, not just on call

  • Medication management

  • Additional benefits from our Quality Assurance Team

    That includes a management team with nursing backgrounds, Corporate Quality Assurance Nurse and Case Managers

  • Individualized care plans

  • Emergency call bell system

  • Assistance with activities of daily living

    Such as bathing, grooming and dressing

  • In-house Geriatrician with support service

  • Nutritional services

  • Enhanced Care services available if medical needs change

Testimonial

Heather Heights was clean and seems pretty well managed.

It’s a quiet facility and seems like a good thing. They had food choices, so residents don’t just get one thing. They had an ice cream parlor too. They have the enhanced program for memory care, which means they can do a little extra for the person instead of putting them in the nursing home.

By J.M.

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