Memory Care FAQ's
Reflections Memory Care Assisted Living (FAQ's)
What makes your memory care different from other communities?
At our memory care, Reflections, all caregivers are trained, continually educated, and accredited in an approach to care called Comfort Matters. With this directed care, residents are able to live moment by moment on their terms and their way.
What does Comfort Matters approach to care mean?
At our Reflections, we get to know the residents' physical, psychological, social, and spiritual history. As a result of getting to know the person, we then develop a relationship-centered care plan that helps direct each individual, helping them live in the moment with dignity and in a setting where they thrive.
Will my loved one have their own room?
We do have private suites; however, at Reflections, most residents share a dorm size suite with another resident. This approach to care is called Companionship Therapy. As individuals, there is a need to be with others. We find that companionship therapy truly creates a secure feeling that helps residents have a better quality of life.
Will my loved one be required to follow a schedule in memory care?
In our memory care community, Reflections residents are encouraged to live on their own terms. Because we take the time to really know each resident, we try to anticipate their needs.
Will my loved one be safe in your memory care?
Yes, Reflections is a secure environment. Your loved one will have everything they need in their new home and be safe from wandering.
How will my loved one feel in your memory care?
Because of our approach to care and our 24-hour therapeutic programming, your loved one will feel at home and find purpose at Reflections.