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Memory Care Options for Seniors

Our memory care community is a home-like setting where your loved one will feel embraced and supported by our caregivers.

Memory Care at BrightStar® Senior Living and BrightStar® Care Homes

We bring together the comforts of home with an unmatched level of care delivered by our professional staff to create a warm and supportive memory care community. Each client’s plan of care is supervised by a Registered Nurse (RN), which provides ongoing oversight and a proactive response to any changes in your loved one’s health.

Learn more about BrightStar Senior Living and how we’re different.

Learn more about BrightStar Care Homes and how we’re different.

What is Memory Care?

Memory care is a specialized form of assistance for seniors and adults living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Memory care addresses both the physical safety and emotional needs of those who are dealing with memory-related loss or reduced cognitive function. This type of care should be provided by those who are specially trained to understand the unique needs of those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Learn more about memory care.

Types of Memory Care

Alzheimer’s and dementia progressively make managing everyday life more challenging. There are many different types of services that can help your loved one continue living with dignity, including assistance with daily activities or more advanced support that requires skilled nursing care. This can be provided in-home or in a variety of memory care facilities. Read about our types of memory care.

Benefits of Memory Care

While some senior living environments include residents with wide-ranging physical and emotional needs, a dedicated memory care setting is intentionally designed to provide a safe and welcoming space for those with memory concerns. Discover the benefits of memory-focused care.

Cost of Memory Care

One of the last things you want to think about when choosing care for your loved one is the expense. In addition to our general online information, we are happy to provide a no-obligation complimentary consultation to discuss your family’s specific needs. Visit our cost overview page.

Getting Started with Memory Care

If your loved one is starting to show signs of forgetfulness and confusion, you may wonder if they need more support than you’re able to provide. You may also have questions about what type of care they need. Learn more about getting started with memory care.

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Find Memory Care Near You

Learn how we’ve created a community that supports independence, dignity and life’s simple joys for those with memory care needs. Find a local BrightStar Senior Living or BrightStar Care Homes location or call 866.618.7827 to request more information or schedule a tour.