Alzheimer's and other Dementia related diseases are personal. So should be the memory care you receive.
Stage 1 - Mild Alzheimer's (early-stage)
- Problems coming up with words or names
- Challenges performing tasks in social/work settings
- Forgetting material that one has just read
- Losing or misplacing a valuable object
- Increasing trouble with planning or organizing
Memory Lane care community at Spring Valley campus is an excellent choice for those needed some assistance or a secure place to maintain an independent lifestyle in a worry-free setting.
Stage 2 - Moderate Alzheimer's (middle-stage)
- Forgetting events or personal history details
- Unable to recall address or telephone number
- Confusion about where they are or what day it is
- Increased risk of wandering and becoming lost
- Personality or behavioral changes
Depending upon the specific symptoms presented, Memory Lane care community at Spring Valley campus or as this stage progresses, St. James care community at Main campus offers an award-winning, life-skills engaging and stimulating environment.
Stage 3 - Severe Alzheimer's (late-stage)
- Need around the clock assistance with daily activities and care
- Loss of awareness of experiences and surroundings
- Increased difficulty communicating
- Vulnerable to infections, especially pneumonia
- Difficulties walking, sitting, and swallowing
Depending upon the specific symptoms presented, St. James care community at Main campus or as this stage progresses, St. John care community at Main campus offers an award-winning, soothing and sensory connected environment.
Click to download this great reference sheet that shows the various stages of Alzheimer's and the corresponding care community.