Memory Care and Services

Living Options

Every resident is on their own path.

Our personalized Memory Care program is designed to help residents live and be cared for with compassion throughout the stages of dementia.

With focused attention on each resident, we join them where they are on their journey and assist in making it the best it can be.

Live well in a trusted environment.

Residents enjoy a safe and healthy environment with activities that nurture the mind, body and spirit, and services and amenities that include:

  • Three meals daily and snacks, with assistance
  • 24-hour medical assistance
  • Recreational, physical, social and spiritual programs
  • Private bath with easy-access showers
  • Bathing and grooming assistance
  • Housekeeping and laundry services
  • Residential setting with controlled access
  • Medication administration

Peace of mind for everyone.

Individualized, personal attention is at the heart of our Memory Care program. Our skilled Memory Care team knows the residents and their families. They understand and support family members and caregivers and maintain an open channel of communication to ensure residents’ unique wants and needs are met.

Mom’s favorite activity is chair yoga!Beth - Bonita Springs, Florida

Kayla chose American House for her Mom, Beth.

This is their story.

My Mom, Beth, and I don’t have the chance to spend most mornings together, but I take comfort knowing she’s well-tended to. The caregivers have developed a meaningful relationship with her; she often tells me that she loves them like her own.

In the morning, the caregivers assist her with getting ready, and although it takes them extra time, they even help her with her makeup. I know this means a lot to mom. She would never go out without her makeup, and it’s the little things that count.

After breakfast, mom loves attending aromatherapy. It sets her up for a calm and relaxed day. Mom’s favorite activity is chair yoga! Chair yoga is normally scheduled right after aromatherapy so it’s a smooth transition for her.

Lunch usually flies by, but the caregivers make sure she stops midday to have a cup of hot tea. The caregivers help her pick what type of tea, and she really enjoys the whole process. Dinner is always the main event of the evening. Mom enjoys getting “dolled” up to see her friends and neighbors.