Inspiring joy . . . memory care by Agemark
Those living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can experience joy in their lives every day. And at Agemark communities, they do. We don’t settle for providing a place for people just to stay. Instead, we seek to make every part of every day truly engaging for the residents who live with us — providing them with real joy and fulfillment.
How do we accomplish this? It starts with our team. We only select team members who demonstrate a genuine desire to serve the elderly. Then, we provide them with best-practices Alzheimer’s training – training can be learned, empathy can’t.
Our team makes it their mission to know our residents — their likes, dislikes, values and pasts. We use that knowledge to customize their care and to ensure we are providing the best life possible for them.
Welcoming family homes
Research indicates the quality of life is enhanced in the right environment, so Agemark communities are warm and friendly and are designed to feel like a family home.
Walk into any of our memory care communities or neighborhoods … you’ll see residents engaging with one another. You’ll see families sharing meals together – grandchildren included. You’ll see activities on the lawn, gardening in the courtyards, bakers in the kitchen and smiles all throughout – just like at home.
Making the most of each day
By triggering positive memories, finding common connections and stimulating the mind, body and spirit, we make the most of each day for residents, staff and families. Residents enjoy daily scheduled activities that align with their preferences, abilities and family history. Our exclusive LifeCycles wellness program is at the center of all programming, offering gentle direction and stimulation through daily routines, group and one-on-one activities, sensory engagement, spiritual activities, reminiscing and field trips. Activities are designed to connect residents with family, staff and groups of all ages in the community.
Whether it’s going out on local shopping excursions, dining out or taking a tour of a new art gallery, our residents are part of the local community. Conversely, it’s common to see local organizations visit our community … schools come in for intergenerational gatherings; volunteer groups spend time with residents and professionals host a variety of informative events. We make it a point to get our residents out into the community.