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Memory Care

The Arbor Memory Care

The Arbor Memory Care is a vibrant and secure neighborhood within the assisted living setting. Trained care staff and programming aligned with our DOVETM principles create a community designed to help those with memory loss to function at their highest level. 

In The Arbor, three meals are provided in a restaurant-like setting to encourage community and socialization. Robust activities programming and scheduled outings are also available to promote independence and an active lifestyle for those who seek it.  
 

The Arbor care staff has ongoing training, coaching and mentoring, based on dementia specific training guidelines, to provide the knowledge and expertise needed to ensure a successful relationship with your loved one. 
 

The Gables Memory Care

Designed for those with memory loss who also have complex medical needs, The Gables Memory Care includes the same level of support found within a long term care environment with the added benefits of our DOVETM program. Plus, 24-hour care gives you the peace of mind that your loved one receives personalized attention and care around-the-clock.
 

DOVE™ Memory Care Program

Our DOVE program is the culmination of many years of thoughtful consultation with staff, families, and leaders in the field of dementia research. We believe that caring for the needs of those with memory loss grants us an extraordinary opportunity for ministry and we’ve made it a priority to raise the standard for this care.


DOVE—Dementia Orientation Values Education— is a three-part approach to care that ensures your loved one receives the affirmation and reassurance they need to live a fulfilling life.

We begin by assessing individual needs, creating a plan of care and continue by supporting resident life-skills as well as involving and providing guidance to families. Encouraging independence and providing a sense of purpose, enjoyment and success are our guiding principles. 


“Mom has gone on pontoon rides and participated in the painting class since moving here. In her young adult years, she was quite a painter but she had not painted in years. It was amazing for our family to see some of her recent creations.”  
-Arbor Resident Family Member

Support for Families

Families are encouraged to participate in activities and support groups to improve communication and to cultivate a stronger relationship with loved ones. Resources are available to families desiring to learn more about memory loss.
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DOVE: Caring for the whole person The six dimensions of wellness: social, emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual and vocational must be in balance in order to achieve optimal living. The care staff works with each individual to achieve and sustain this balance through DOVE program training methods.
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