5 Things to Consider When Looking for a Memory Care Community

When memory care assisted living becomes necessary for your loved one, the next step will be finding the right care community  for them. While you may feel overwhelmed by the decision, the last thing you should do is try to rush the process. If you find yourself needing help to care for your loved one who has Alzheimer’s or another memory loss issue, here are a few factors you should consider to help you choose the right memory care community.

  1. Care

What kind of memory care is provided? The memory care community you choose for your loved one should provide holistic, compassionate care from a staff trained to work with people who have Alzheimer’s and other dementias. At Windrose at Weymouth, we offer ThriveCare®, which allows our RNs, LPNs, and nurses’ aides to provide consistent care that integrates research-based best practices. We also provide on-site physical, occupational, and speech therapies as well as culinary services from dieticians.

  1. Convenience

While you plan on leaving the day-to-day care of your loved one in our capable hands, you’ll want to spend time with them regularly, so you should choose a community that’s easy to visit. Luckily, Windrose at Weymouth is conveniently located on Main Street in Weymouth, close to South Shore Hospital.

  1. Cost

Anyone who has had to turn to a memory care community  for their loved one will tell you that the services and peace of mind are worth it. However, the cost is a consideration for most families and will factor into your decision when searching for the right memory care community. Windrose at Weymouth provides transparent pricing so that you understand how much you will pay for our award-winning services. We invite you to look at our Pricing page to learn more.

  1. Comfort

An assisted living community is more than a place to receive top-notch services that bolster residents’ physical well-being. At Windrose at Weymouth, we offer plenty of programs to care for our residents’ emotional lives. 

  1. Community

We understand how jarring it can be to move to a new place after spending so many years in one’s home. That’s why we create spaces where our residents can feel at home, whether they have daily visits from family or enjoy surrounding themselves with other residents at our many social activities.

When you want to find a community that offers the proper care, convenience, comfort, and community at the right price point in Weymouth, turn to Windrose at Weymouth. Our community is happy to welcome new residents, so don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more and schedule a tour.

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