Cedar Spring Memory Care Program
As dementia progresses, the needs of the person afflicted change dramatically. At Bartley Healthcare, we have care services that meet every need, and every stage, of memory impairment. For those needing early-stage memory support to those with advanced needs, our Cedar Spring program is offered at The Orchards at Bartley Assisted Living as well as at Bartley Healthcare Nursing and Rehabilitation.
The Orchards at Bartley Assisted Living
For those with early-stage memory impairment, we offer our Cedar Spring program at The Orchards at Bartley Assisted Living. Delivered within the safe, secure Cedar Court Neighborhood, Cedar Spring provides residents with the independence and lifestyle of assisted living, but with the additional support, care services, security, and environment needed by those with memory challenges. The Cedar Court Neighborhood is designed to minimize disorientation and confusion. The soothing interior features natural lighting, neutral colors and reduced background noise. To help residents find their way, there are cognitive and visual cues on the doors and walls. Other features include a Sensory Stimulation room and three Memory Support rooms. Cedar Court is staffed 24/7/365 by compassionate, supportive and specially trained professionals, all proficient in the care of those with memory impairment.
Bartley Nursing and Rehabilitation
As dementia progresses, residents’ needs greatly increase. To meet their needs, Cedar Spring includes a transitioning process to Bartley Healthcare Nursing and Rehabilitation. Offered in a secure Dementia Care wing, the Cedar Spring program is personalized to fit each person’s needs. Our approach begins with an assessment conducted by our medical, nursing, therapeutic and social service staff. Then, an individual plan of care is developed with three goals in mind: (1) To focus on unique strengths; (2) To optimize capabilities; and, (3) To promote a sense of well-being. The program includes a range of cognitive and physical activities that are both fun and productive. All activities encourage physical, emotional and cognitive functioning, in addition to ensuring spiritual and social needs are met through group and individual functions, religious services and relaxation programs.