The Dimensions Living Appleton Memory Care community was designed to support residents in acknowledging their limitations and honoring their personal experiences while providing an excellent environment tailored for seniors with Alzheimer’s and dementia. We work with individuals and their families to help them understand the challenges of memory loss and dementia, and feel safe and comfortable in their environment.
Taking care of a loved one with a dementia-related disease such as Alzheimer’s can be challenging, and finding ways to stimulate them can be even more difficult. While they may have memory-related challenges, their preferences remain the same. Our approach to maintaining and enhancing individuals’ abilities is to engage them in an activity program seven days a week that is comfortable and structured, with a minimum of six activities per day.
To encourage reminiscence, we offer stimulating brain games and morning mental workouts. We encourage daily physical activities and group life skills lessons to give our students a sense of purpose. The skilled members of our team design a program with each individual that incorporates their social history and honors their past interests.
If someone you love suffers from memory loss, it doesn’t mean they should have to sacrifice their quality of life. Dimensions Living Appleton Memory Care residents are surrounded by people who encourage them to enjoy life, feel like they belong, and maintain their current skills through daily engagement. Our highly-trained team strives to provide quality service to help each resident experience a full life by creating a warm, welcoming environment, providing person-centered care, and offering enriching activities.
At our community, we have 24-hour security at the entrances and exits, as well as a courtyard that allows residents to explore the outdoors while remaining safe. To ensure our memory care residents thrive, we understand and embrace the importance of staying active, and their sense of self is our number one priority.
Individualized attention serving the needs of residents with memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Licensed care for residents who may need help with daily living and activities while encouraging independence.