Choosing to transition your loved one into a memory care community can be a difficult decision. At Regency Park Senior Living, we can help guide and support both you and your loved one through this process.
As your loved one’s disease progresses, the increased round the clock care required becomes more than family members can handle at home. It can become unsafe for your loved one and takes both a physical and emotional toll on you. Making the choice to move your loved one to a memory care community can evoke feelings of guilt and worry. At Regency Park, we alleviate these concerns by working with you to create an individualized care and service plan for your loved one before they move in. That plan includes having special mementos, photographs, and comforts from home surrounding them in their new home, as well as creating daily living routines that help your loved one feel as comfortable as possible in their new surroundings.
Once families transition their loved one to a memory care community, they often see their loved one become more alert and communicative. Our specialized programs and trained caregivers at Regency Park allow your loved one to participate and engage in a social manner. Just a few of the activities your loved one can enjoy at Regency Park are music therapy, daily exercise classes, gardening and flower arranging, walks in the park, baking, as well as watercolor painting. We also offer pet therapy, which many of our residents truly take joy in. We always take care to tailor each of the activities to meet the needs and functional abilities of your loved one.
Our goal at Regency Park is to make the challenge of dealing with memory loss easier. We want to free family members from the overwhelming task of full-time caretaker and offer the peace of mind that their loved one is in a safe and caring environment. Of course, family members are encouraged to be a part of our community, whether it be joining their loved ones for meals, partaking in our socials, or participating in the festivities at our frequent celebrations. We want family members to be able to enjoy spending quality time with their loved one, and allow them to enjoy being the husband, wife, sister or child again.