At Memory Lane, we have three houses dedicated to caring for those who are diagnosed with Dementia. Our caregivers are professionally trained to work with residents living with various forms of dementia, including:
Residents get around the clock assistance while also enjoying all the things they’d typically do at home.
We believe in taking care of the whole person. In other words, it’s important that your loved one not only has medical care, but a lifestyle that encourages health and happiness. Every resident relationship begins with a comprehensive in-home evaluation by our Recreational Therapist. It’s important that we take into account your loved one’s interests, experiences, career, and medical history.
Many memory care facilities charge you more once a resident requires a higher level of care. While our price is comparable to these facilities, our rate will not increase when your loved one's needs increase. We provide the same exceptional care to everyone, no matter the circumstance.
We strive to be transparent with our residents and their families, and that means no hidden fees or add on costs. Our price is all inclusive! It even includes the cost of incontinence products!
At Memory Lane, we believe that people with Dementia benefit most from being in a safe, intimate, engaging environment where they can enjoy the things that make life worth living. Every resident has their own private bedroom, and residents eat meals in the dining room with staff like a family. Most importantly, the house itself is a true family home where your loved one will feel like they belong.
At many assisted living facilities you’ll find that there is very little oversight for your loved one. Oftentimes, the ratio of staff to residents is 1:10. During the night hours, this ratio can even go down to 1:24.
At Memory Lane, we have an around the clock staffing ratio of one staff member for every three residents during the day, and one for every six at night. That’s more than double the average! No matter the hour, your loved one’s needs will be responded to and cared for.