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What is memory care?

Memory care communities offer a curated, structured environment personalized to each resident’s care needs. They include more safety measures than other types of senior living communities. This helps each resident feel secure and provides reassurance to their families. 

Our Mission

At Cedarhurst, we create communities where each person feels loved, valued, supported, and able to live life to the fullest.

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Pair to Prepare

Moving to a senior living community is exciting, but it is still a big change. At Cedarhurst, our innovative signature program Pair to Prepare offers new residents the opportunity to have a family member stay with them at no cost during the first few days of their move.

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The Cedarhurst Promise

You'll love it here, and we want you to trust us. Our 60-day money-back guarantee gives you peace of mind as you settle into your community.

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A regular, predictable routine helps individuals with a memory loss diagnosis have the best day possible each day. In Cedarhurst memory care communities, we provide structured routines for residents based on their individual needs. If a resident is an early riser or likes to sleep in, we honor that routine to minimize stressful disruptions. Residents also receive around-the-clock care, even during night hours. Whether a resident needs assistance with a task or help falling back to sleep, staff members are ready and willing to lend a hand.

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Understanding Memory Care Costs

The most frequently asked question about memory care involves pricing. Several factors go into determining the cost of memory care for a loved one, including the level of care needed, lifestyle level, state laws, and local cost of living. 

Memory care isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. The care your loved one receives is tailored to their unique needs and diagnosis, and our pricing model also flexes to accommodate so that residents get the exact services they need and deserve.

Cognitive decline can make it difficult to manage safety concerns and personal health and care tasks at home. This includes preparing meals, choosing appropriate clothing, and making safe decisions. If your loved one is experiencing signs of cognitive decline, ensure they have the services and care they need now and in the future. 

Although the cost of a memory care community can seem confusing, remember that these highly specialized environments provide services to support cognitive function that you may not be equipped to deliver at home. You can offset the costs of memory care in several ways, including:

  • Veterans benefits: Some benefit packages will cover a portion of long-term care.
  • Social Security and disability benefits: The monthly stipend can fund a portion of memory care costs.
  • Selling a home: Selling a family house can go a long way toward covering monthly memory care expenses.
  • Accessing a retirement savings account: Cashing out a retirement plan can help your loved one pay for memory care expenses.

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Our Mission

At Cedarhurst, our mission is to ensure that each resident feels valued, loved, and supported and that they have what they need to live life to the fullest. We provide amenities and services to enhance our residents' lifestyles, equipping them with special adaptations to meet their care needs and plenty of opportunities to connect with others.

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What Sets Cedarhurst Apart

At Cedarhurst, we’ve spent a lot of time listening to our residents and their family members to build communities and programs that meet their needs. This attention to detail and focus on our residents sets us apart.

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At Cedarhurst, we’re committed to providing the best care and community for our residents. This means going above and beyond activities that just keep residents busy. Our carefully planned programs meet the needs of residents with Alzheimer's or dementia and include socialization during events, at the dining table, and with personalized opportunities. As a result, each person receives an individualized experience that preserves their dignity while helping them feel at home.

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Is It Dementia?

A lot of emotions may come up when you notice changes in your loved one’s cognitive abilities. Processing these emotions while determining what to do for your loved one’s health can be exhausting. 

It can also be challenging to know for sure whether your loved one is experiencing normal aging or dementia. During this uncertain time, it’s important to:

  • Understand your loved one’s unique situation
  • Get trusted information from experts
  • Learn about the steps you can take to care for your loved one
  • Find people who can help and understand how they can make this experience easier

Learn about the changes you're noticing and if it may be dementia.

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Interested in Learning More About Memory Care?

Ready to learn more about memory care communities and what sets Cedarhurst apart? We’re happy to assist with any questions and additional information you need to make the best decision for your loved one.

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