Memory Care

Experienced and Compassionate Memory Care

Is a loved one suffering from memory loss associated with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? Memory loss is quite common in the elderly and it is an emotionally difficult situation to watch. Whether your aged family member is in the beginning or later stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s, Rocky Mountain Assisted Living can help.

Our memory care services are designed to help seniors better cope with the challenges that come with these serious conditions.

Prioritizing comfort and dignity for our resident seniors, we focus on your loved one being safe, well-cared for, and feeling that way in every changing moment.

Each home is built to minimize any anxieties for your loved ones, with bright light shining through big windows, providing views of beautiful green landscaping. Your loved one’s bedroom will be decorated just like they are accustomed to, featuring family photos and sentimental possessions, and filled with familiarity.

Our community spaces are shared, but each space is intentionally designed to feel like a home. Walking into the kitchen and dining area of their home, your loved one will enjoy their meals at a table that is just like they were used to in their childhood and throughout their adult years.

Memory care requires flexibility from moment to moment. At every moment, your loved one’s physical and emotional well-being are our top priority. We live in their moment, while providing the compassionate care and response needed right at that moment.

Quality Care Promoting Independence and Preserving Dignity

Rocky Mountain Assisted Living has homes designed specifically for people living with dementia in its many forms, including Alzheimer’s. Our staff to resident ratio is the best in the industry ensuring quality care from our professional, compassionate elder care team. Each staff member must complete 28 hours of memory care specific training and an additional 8 hours of training through the Alzheimer’s Association, ensuring a high level of knowledgeable care.

Our philosophy is to engage our residents in spiritual, physical and social setting, whether it is during one of our daily activities or an outing to their favorite restaurant. Our residents love life here! Our homes boast secured walking paths, raised garden planters, carefully planned natural lighting and serene paint-scheme. Our full-time activities director plans at least 5 person-centered activities each day, improving the overall quality of life for our residents and reducing difficult behaviors. Each memory care home has its own quiet room for helping anxious residents relax in a calming environment, avoiding additional medication whenever possible. We offer regularly scheduled foot care, on-site beautician and live entertainment, so our residents look great and feel wonderful.

The goal of our team is to provide quality memory care services while helping our residents maintain their sense of dignity and independence. With kind words and gentle hands, the experienced staff at Rocky Mountain Assisted Living will ensure your senior loved one is well cared for. You can rest assured knowing your father, mother, grandparent, aunt or uncle is in caring, capable and compassionate hands.

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With our support, your loved one can maintain their desire for an independent home setting, while gaining the support and security of a caring team available to meet their needs 24/7. Limited Availability. Call Now.

TESTIMONIALS

Rocky Mountain Assisted Living is the best company I have ever worked for. I have been a CNA for 22 years and have worked in several different work environments. I have worked in nursing homes, assisted living homes, done home care, run an adult family home and RMAL has provided the best work environment. The residents are very well taken care of, and employees are taken care of as well.

Lisa, House Manager

I was impressed with how genuine and caring the staff are at Rocky Mountain Assisted Living. The owner and all management staff really care about the residents. This was a new transition for my father but they have done wonderful things with him.

Susan