Losing your memory in many ways can feel like losing your sense of self. The progression of diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s are disorienting and frightening, often for the affected individual and family alike. Finding a memory care plan that best supports you or your loved one is a delicate process that can be extremely stressful. At Comfort Health in Rochester, MN, our skilled nursing team can help you simplify your transition to a memory care plan and find a routine that serves you best.
Our memory care is centered around the specific needs of each unique person and their circumstances. There are so many different factors to consider when managing dementia and Alzheimer’s. Some questions you may be asking include whether you’re safe at home, if you feel comfortable where you are, and whether or not you feel adequately supported. Our skilled nursing team can help you answer these questions and determine which steps to take next. Whether you’re ultimately considering a move to a full-time memory care facility or are aiming to better manage a life at home, our nurses are here to help.
A key component of effective memory care is knowing how to respect each individual’s personhood and ensure that they are not reduced to their disease. Our skilled nursing experts are compassionate, thoughtful, and professional. The comfort of you or your loved one is paramount to a proper memory care experience. All of our health specialists are carefully trained to handle all of the unexpected turns that this care can entail.
Our memory care services vary based upon the needs of the patient in question and can encompass medical monitoring, day to day at-home assistance, 24-hour supervision, and more. The assigned skilled nursing team can help you and your family become accustomed to the emerging needs of your loved one and create an environment at home that is truly safe.
If you’d like to learn more or are interested in other services provided by our skilled nursing professionals, please contact Comfort Health for more information. Rochester, MN residents can reach us today at (507) 281-2332 or by contacting us online.