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Memory Care

Memory Care

Evergreen Life Care Homes offers customized dementia care services with the help of a professional leading specialist in the industry who works up on the loss of intellectual functioning by processing the treatment procedures. Our experienced staff help you with the service by providing customized care plans to ensure the patients and their families get satisfying results, adding to happy and fulfilling
lives. We also offer the patient to select their caregiver who will assist them that best suits fulfilling the specific needs. Your closed ones are safe and secure in our homestay with professional memory care services in Evergreen Court.

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We Got Professional Memory Care Services For Your Loved Ones!

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Do you have someone who is suffering from memory loss? Maybe you are the one. We at Evergreen Life Care Homes ensure the best possible care for your loved ones. We can’t ignore the fact that the person who is suffering from the memory loss condition needs 24-hour care and efforts to promote one’s brain’s health.

Top Things You Can Expect From Us 

At Evergreen Life Care Homes, we are committed to providing an exceptional level of care through our customized and comprehensive training. Here are some perks of memory care assisted living services.

● The professional approach
● Recovering in a familiar environment
● Recovering in a familiar environment
● Sense of liberty          ● Companionship

What Set Us Apart?

Our Extensive experience helps us to deliver you the best possible memory care living in Evergreen Court for your loved ones. We emphasize understanding the needs and requirements of our clients and providing them with the most suitable services. Reach out to us for top-notch memory care services!

Alzheimer’s Disease: It stands as the most common type of dementia, constituting roughly 60-80% of all dementia cases. It is identified by the buildup of atypical protein formations in the brain, resulting in the gradual decline of memory, cognitive functions, and behavioral faculties.

Indications of Alzheimer’s disease include:
  • Memory impairment that interferes with everyday functioning.
  • Impaired decision-making, resulting in poor choices.
  • Slower completion of routine daily activities.
  • Repetitive questioning or the inability to recall recently acquired information.
 
Vascular Dementia: Vascular dementia frequently develops due to diminished blood circulation to the brain, often caused by strokes or other vascular issues. The manifestations may differ depending on which part of the brain is impacted, but they frequently encompass challenges in making decisions, maintaining focus, and retaining memories.
 
Symptoms of vascular dementia encompass:
  • Confusion
  • Difficulty maintaining focus and concentration
  • Diminished capacity to coordinate thoughts and actions
  • Decreased aptitude for assessing situations, formulating efficient plans, and
    conveying them to others.

 

Lewy Body Dementia: Lewy body dementia is characterized by the buildup of abnormal protein deposits called Lewy bodies in the brain. It can result in memory, cognitive, and motor difficulties, which can also be seen in both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Additionally, individuals with this form of dementia often experience visual hallucinations and fluctuations in their level of alertness and attention.

These alterations may encompass:

Experiencing visual hallucinations, where individuals perceive objects or phenomena that do not actually exist. Less frequently, individuals may also encounter nonvisual hallucinations, such as auditory or olfactory sensations that have no basis in reality.
Encountering unpredictable fluctuations in concentration, attention, alertness, and wakefulness, which can vary from one day to another and even throughout a single
day.

Frontotemporal Dementia: Characterized by alterations in behavior and personality, this dementia variant primarily impacts the frontal and temporal regions of the brain. Unlike many other forms of dementia, it tends to manifest at a younger age and can result in symptoms such as a lack of impulse control, indifference, or difficulties in language comprehension and expression.

 
Behavioral Manifestations:
 
  • Apathy or a reluctance to engage in conversation.
  • Alterations in personality and mood, including symptoms like depression.
  • Reduced inhibition or decreased social sensitivity.
  • Repetitive or obsessive behaviors, such as compulsive grooming or hoarding
    possessions.

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At Evergreen Life Care Homes, we pride ourselves on offering a warm and nurturing environment for the elderly.

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