Supportive services around the clock
There is nothing easy about a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s. However, with Concord Reserve Assisted Living Memory Support, the path to a healthy future is just around the corner. Part of the Concord Reserve’s continuum, Memory Support provides a secure environment while treating residents with respect, attention, and compassion. Featuring private rooms and baths, each resident has their own personal space. Common areas allow for gatherings and activities while smaller, more intimate areas encourage quiet reflection and casual conversation.
Privacy is key in memory support
Featuring 25 private suites within a safe environment, residents may enjoy the privacy and dignity entitled to all individuals. The memory support area, the Coburg Neighborhood, features an enclosed courtyard, patio, and shared living and dining spaces. These areas offer the opportunity to engage in enrichment events, socialize, and relax according to their personal needs and desires. Effective January 1, 2023, the basic rate for a private residence in our Coburg Neighborhood is $7,123 per month (priority access is given to Concord Reserve residents).
Included in your daily service fee:
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CARES® Dementia Trained Staff
CARES® Dementia Training focuses on person-centered care, the changes that happen to thinking skills as dementia progresses, how those changes impact behavior, and how to understand behavior as communication. Our clinical staff is certified within two weeks of being hired.
Engaging Events & Programming
At Concord Reserve, our residents with memory loss are offered a variety of stimulating events and programming created to meet their unique needs. Residents thrive with opportunities to discover new talents, socialize, and grow with help from our compassionate associates.
Have questions about availability or accepted insurance policies?
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Memory Support Resources
Discover our informative guides for navigating memory loss.