Our services are designed to provide a safe, structured environment, along with well-trained staff to understand and cater to the unique needs of people living with dementia.
This means providing meals, helping with cleaning, assisting with personal care tasks, safety monitoring, and any other relevant services that help the resident live a more comfortable, enjoyable life.
Assisted living and memory care are somewhat similar, except in the case of the latter, the staff receives special training to deal with the issues that usually arise as a result of Alzheimer’s or dementia. For example, they are readily available and typically check in with residents more frequently.
At Bahama Bay Club, we offer evidence-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendation services for people living with memory loss. Our memory care facilities are designed to provide quality personalized care, as well as the necessary structure and support to help residents go through each day without stress.
People with dementia tend to wander, so we’ve specially designed our assisted living memory care facilities to be a safe, secure environment with easy navigation and 24/7 staff monitoring. We also feature a bevy of activities and wellness programs aimed at improving cognitive function and engaging residents.
During the early stages of the disease, many people with Alzheimer’s are able to live on their own, especially with dedicated in-home support. However, there may come a time when they will need more specialized care than you’re probably able to provide at home.
Here are some signs that it might be time for a move: