Dimensions Living Stevens Point Memory Care Community offers an excellent living environment tailored specifically for seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s while acknowledging and honoring their limitations. Our team works with individuals and their families to help them cope with memory loss and dementia, and feel comfortable and safe in their environment.
Caring for a loved one with a dementia-related disease can be challenging, and finding ways to stimulate them can be even more difficult. Although Alzheimer’s patients face memory challenges, their preferences remain the same. Individuals are engaged in an activity program seven days a week that is comfortable and structured with at least six activities per day in order to maintain and enhance their abilities.
We encourage reminiscence through our morning mental workouts and stimulating brain games. To provide our residents with a sense of purpose, we encourage daily physical activity and group life skills lessons. Our skilled team designs a program for each person based on their social history and past interests.
The quality of life of someone you love should not be compromised by memory loss. Dimensions Living Stevens Point Memory Care residents are surrounded by people who encourage them to enjoy life, feel like they belong, and maintain their current skills. We provide residents with a warm, welcoming environment, person-centered care, and enriching activities so they can live a full life.
The entrances and exits of the community are secured 24 hours a day, and a courtyard allows residents to enjoy the outdoors while remaining safe. We understand the importance of keeping our memory care residents active, and their sense of self is our top priority.
Maintain independence in your own spacious apartment with housekeeping services, 24-hour staff, full-service dining, and programs designed for your health and wellness.
Licensed care for residents who may need help with daily living and activities while encouraging independence.
Individualized attention serving the needs of residents with memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease.