Monday, June 1, 2020

Making the Difficult Choice to Move to a Memory Care Facility

It can be a difficult decision to put a loved one in a long-term care facility, with the guilt you may feel – it helps to know that you’re putting your family member in good hands. At Plymouth Terrace, we focus on life enrichment in a nurturing and independent setting that stimulates the mind, body, and spirit.
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People diagnosed with memory illnesses Alzheimer’s disease who perform daily tasks ultimately do better. Daily activities can improve memory, foster emotional connections, self-expression, lessen anxiety and irritability, and make them feel happier about the life they’re living!

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Memory Care in Plymouth: Make Plymouth Terrace Your Home Away from Home!

The transition from living at home independently to assisted living can be one of the most difficult decisions families and their loved ones have to make. When a family member can’t take care of themselves, it can put a heavy burden on those they love. Many people aren’t up to the task of the daily care their loved one may require.

We’re confident in our ability to provide the best quality of memory care, the security, and the family atmosphere that you’re seeking! However, we’re not a locked community, therefore we can’t accommodate the psycho-social & physical needs for this type of dementia. Only alarmed neighborhoods can accept Alzheimer’s patients who have aggressive behavior. We warmly invite you to see the difference we can make when your family shares life with our family. Schedule a tour of Plymouth Terrace today!

If you have further questions or concerns about what type of care is required for your family member who suffers from Alzheimer’s, contact your parent’s primary care physician for recommendations.

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