Incorporating the latest and most advanced research and techniques, our Memory Care Unit is designed to have a home-like feel to create comfort and familiarity while maintaining a safe, social, and secure environment.
From secure entry doors and soothing colors throughout to outdoor patio areas and walking paths, our residents’ safety, physical, and psychological needs are our primary concern.
Our individualized care approach ensures that each resident maintains his or her physical and mental well-being. The program is based on the social model of care, which maximizes the functional independence of each resident by capitalizing on their individual interests.
A range of activities are scheduled throughout the day and tailored to each resident’s past history and lifestyle to emphasize normal life events and promote independence.
Alzheimer’s Screening Site
We are proud to serve as a screening site for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s National Memory Screening Program. The National Memory Screening Program provides free, confidential memory screenings on an ongoing basis. Since its inception, more than 4 million people have been screened nationwide! Click here to find out if you should be screened.
Quality Living For All
We are dedicated to raising the standards of excellence in providing the finest living for those with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related illnesses. As such, our specialized unit offers features including:
24-hour nursing care
Secured, covered patio and spacious yard with walking paths
Safe and comfortable environment
Activities tailored to past history and lifestyle
Use of old photos for wayfinding
Common area designed for orientation purposes
Therapeutic activities space
No overhead paging on the unit
Monitored television programming
Continuity of Care – select employees staff the unit based on experience, training, and techniques that are specific to Alzheimer’s and dementia care
1. Contact Us
Visit or call the Admissions Coordinator at Grace Health & Rehab Center to gather information and schedule a tour of our community.
2. Submit Medical Information
Make an appointment to see a Physician. Our Admissions Coordinator will fax required forms to the Physician’s Office for completion. (Completed forms are good for 30 days.) Physician (or current skilled nursing facility) will send this medical information to our nursing department for review to ensure we can meet your healthcare needs.
3. Discuss Payment Options
Our Admissions Coordinator will be in contact with you or your family to gather information regarding payment options. Our Admissions Coordinator will obtain proper approval from OAAS (Office of Aging and Adult Services) for you to receive skilled nursing care.
4. Provide Information
Upon admission, the following items will be requested:
- Insurance cards
- Power of attorney
- Living will
- Financial information such as bank statements