Return to Life Enriching Communities homepage

Memory Support

Home > Wesley Woods > Memory Support

Supportive care with dignity and compassion.

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia can be difficult to hear. At Wesley Woods, memory care services support residents and their families through a tailored approach focused on each individual’s needs. You’ll feel confident your family member is receiving quality care with respect, privacy and attention, 24 hours a day.

Senior Asian woman with young female nurse who has her arm around her
Interior of Wesley Woods memory care apartment with middle aged man sitting in chair reading

A nurturing, welcoming environment

Wesley Woods’ memory care provides residents with a safe environment that includes familiar characteristics of home. Your family member will feel comfortable in their private apartment that is easy to move about. Creativity soars in the activities space while the enclosed courtyard with gardens brings tranquility.

Effective January 1, 2022, Memory Support pricing is as follows

  • Studio pricing begins at $242 for daily fees.
  • Double occupancy begins at $1,043 for monthly fees.

Included in your daily fee:

  • Specialized memory support counseling to support residents and families
  • 24-hour emergency response system
  • Medication management
  • Assistance with bathing, dressing and more
  • Three restaurant-style meals daily
  • Social, recreational, spiritual, educational and cultural opportunities
  • Utilities including cable TV, Wi-Fi, local telephone, electric and water
  • Housekeeping and maintenance
  • Resident health clinic and dietitian counseling

Choices to support your lifestyle. Explore how we can help.

Black senior woman with nurse

CARES Dementia Certified Staff

senior man with headphones on smiling

BBET Programming

seniors with dementia working on a puzzle with caregiver

Social Areas

senior woman getting her hair cut

Salon Services

senior woman and her daughter visiting while having cake together

Dining Options

Resources we think may interest you

Cars in traffic

The Risk Between Dementia and Traffic

Could there really be a link between dementia risk and traffic noise? According to a study, that might be the case. Today, more than 55 million people suffer from dementia.

Read more
Senior man talking with male doctor

Talk to Your Doctor about Memory Loss

If you do have a degenerative condition, early detection can help determine the level of severity and what to do about it. You and your doctor can develop a treatment plan.

Read more
Image of musical instruments on grey background

How Music and Dementia Interact

Because of the increased prevalence of cognitive decline, researchers are trying new things and finding interesting connections. Like music and dementia.

Read more

Questions? Give us a call at 614-656-4100 to learn more or contact us below.