If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, the Navigate Memory Care Program at Astral at Franklin is here to support your family.
Our comfortable home-like setting and highly trained care providers can help your loved one enjoy and celebrate life’s moments. Each day is filled with your loved one’s favorite pastimes to help them rediscover their passions. It’s our goal at Navigate Memory Care to give your loved one the respect, dignity and quality of life they deserve.
Memory care is a senior living service that is specifically designed for older adults with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The core of memory care is to give residents a higher sense of purpose and fulfillment in each day. For example, the Navigate memory care program at Astral at Franklin uses a safe, comfortable and homelike environment to help your loved one experience more joy.
When your loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia, it’s natural to worry about their safety. Memory care communities like Astral at Franklin work to provide a safe environment for dementia care residents. From secure open areas to resident alarm systems, you’ll have peace of mind about your loved one’s wellbeing.
Part of what makes Navigate Memory Care unique is how it provides your loved one with safe, comfortable and charming spaces to enjoy. Our services and amenities ensure memory care residents experience purposeful and meaningful engagement that inspire new personal connections. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing all of our dementia care services provide your loved one personalized support.
Take a look at some of the services and amenities our memory care community can offer your loved one.
Considering Memory Support?
It can be difficult to figure out when it’s the right time to help your loved one transition to a memory care community. If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia memory care could be a great fit for their lifestyle. You’ll also want to look for any changes in their daily life and health. For example, if your senior loved one has started to wander more often and forget about their personal care, it might be time to consider a memory care community.
Give us a call at 463-200-7990 or fill out the form below to talk with a senior care expert to learn more if Memory Support is the right option for your loved one.