If you’re looking for a memory care community for a loved one, you might be wondering how to compare the care your loved one might receive. A community that utilizes the positive, person-centered approach to care has identifiable characteristics that we explore in our newest eBook.


You may be asking yourself, “shouldn’t every approach to caring for those with memory loss be a positive one?” We think so, but this isn’t always the case. 

The Rise of Person-centered Care

Of the 30,000 or so assisted living facilities currently operating in the United States, some cater specifically to adults with cognitive deficits and may be labeled as memory care communities. These communities can offer better care for seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia than a traditional assisted living community that doesn't specifically cater to the needs and desires of someone with memory loss.

As a loved one of someone living with dementia and memory loss, who wants to find the best possible care for them, learning how care providers are taught to support each person’s holistic needs and preferences in a memory care community can help you distinguish the differences in approach from community to community.

In This Guide, You'll Learn About... 

  • How person-centered care differs from the traditional approach to dementia care
  • Benefits of person-centered care 
  • Signs a memory care community offers positive, person-centered care
Person-Centered Care

Download Our Guide Person-centered Care: A Positive Approach to Caring for Those with Dementia and Memory Loss


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