For those who require assistance with daily activities, along with memory support, the Spang Crest Memory Center helps all residents reach their potential for living full, rich and rewarding lives.
Our residents enjoy the personalized attention of our supportive, caring team as well as a variety of engaging activities developed to meet their individual abilities and interests. At Spang Crest, we believe in building a program and lifestyle that nourishes the spirit through:
A close-knit community that feels like family. We encourage friendships and foster a sense of belonging. After all, home is a place where people care about you. That’s what sets our personal care and memory support programs apart. We get to know our residents–and their families–and learn their individual life stories.
A wellness-focused approach to overall health and wellbeing that creates connections designed to nurture the mind, body and spirit.
Family-style dining featuring three healthy, chef-prepared meals per day, as well as snacks anytime. Special requests and nutritional needs are always honored.
Memory support that is designed to feel welcoming & relaxing. Spang Crest's clinically progressive “neighborhood” features pleasant sights & sounds and creates a safe & secure environment that feels like home for those with Alzheimer’s & dementia. A specially trained staff is on-site 24 hours to ensure residents receive individualized care & support.
Personal Care with Memory Support at a Glance
Daily assistance with personal care needs
Security of dedicated team members trained in dementia care 24 hours a day
Three delicious, healthy meals a day as well as beverages and snacks available anytime
Medication management services
Individualized attention to health concerns
Communication with each resident’s personal doctor and family
Access to the outdoors in our enclosed courtyard and sensory garden
Housekeeping, personal laundry and linen services
Choice of a private or companion suite in a specially designed, secure environment
Structured daily programming for those with memory loss