Assisted Living Resources

Province Place of DePaul
Assisted living offers individuals assistance with the activities of daily living—dressing, bathing, dining, management of medication—while still offering every opportunity for maintaining independence. Skilled nursing is for those who require a higher level of care or rehabilitation that often includes 24-hour supervision.
Memory care provides a specialized atmosphere for residents coping with memory loss, Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related disorders. Therapeutic activities and programs help maximize cognitive development, diminish anxiety, lessen confusion and increase peace of mind.
Occasional memory problems are common for individuals over age 65. However, people with dementia cannot retrieve information and, in most cases, lose the ability to remember. Dementia can be a variety of diagnoses, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s. This disease begins slowly, but over time, symptoms worsen.

A few factors to watch for include:

  • A senior who suddenly stops doing a longtime hobby or withdraws   
  • Sudden weight loss   
  • Change in grooming habits
  • A house in disorder   
  • An inability to follow conversations   

If you suspect that your loved one’s memory loss is disrupting their daily routine, it could be time to seek medical advice.

A quality Memory Care program provides countless benefits such as safety, nutrition and professional support. Activities and programs provide mental stimulation and interaction. Therapeutic tools such as music and art can awaken the senses and provide moments of personal success.
Feeling at ease, surrounded by familiar sights and aromas such as home cooking, following comfortable routine—the neighborhood concept helps trigger and preserve memories and offers residents moments of personal success. It can be the best of home and more.
Province Place accepts several forms of payment, including private pay, Veterans benefits, long-term care insurance and more.

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