Cognitive Care

Pleasant View offers several residential options for people living with mild to more severe cognitive care challenges. The Meadows at Terrace Gardens has 17 private rooms for persons with mild memory impairment. Trained staff encourage as much independence as possible while assisting with daily tasks. Residents participate in a wide variety of activities to stay active and engaged. Specialized programs help stimulate mental and physical activity and increase social interaction. The Meadows also has lovely views from every room and provides safe outdoor options with gardens and screened porches.

When more care is required to continue life skills, one of the private rooms or semi-private suites in Reminiscence could be an appropriate choice. In this location, specialists in memory support provide skilled care for residents experiencing more difficulties with tasks of daily living – bathing, dressing, toileting, and transferring.

Specialized activities designed to engage the mind and stimulate physical activity and socialization are integral parts of programming in Reminiscence. Activities like pet and music therapy help spark memories and create positive changes in mood. The 18 residents in Reminiscence have the option of helping plant and harvest vegetables and flowers in the outside garden.

In either of these settings, caregivers provide compassionate and specialized care and help treat the symptoms and problems associated with diseases that affect memory, such as Alzheimer’s. Care is provided with the goal of maintaining the best quality of life for each individual.

For information, or to request a tour, contact Vicky Jenkins.

Personal Care is fee-for-service based on a daily rate. Pleasant View does not offer subsidized housing.