Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia in the United States and worldwide. There is no known cure or for the disease, which is progressive and the person with the disorder gradually becomes more dependent on the care of others. As the disease advances, the person may require 24-hour nursing care and a secure living environment.
Mary Ann Morse provides such a caring, protected environment for persons with Alzheimer’s and related disorders.
Our commitment to dignity, respect and compassion in memory care is readily evident in the care of persons with these progressive, degenerative diseases. Our full time, dedicated staff of nurses, therapists, and social workers provide a comprehensive, person-centered treatment plan for every resident.
Alzheimer’s and related dementias develop differently for every person. The staff at Mary Ann Morse pays careful attention to the progress of the disorder and attempts to reduce the symptoms or alleviate any difficult behaviors such as confusion, irritability and mood swings through the best available behavioral methods. The medical staff also consult regularly to a sure that the patients medication treatment plan is contributing to the overall person-centered care plan.
Memory Care Overview
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From meals to rehabilitation sessions and free time to special programs
Social engagement, intellectual stimulation, humor and entertainment
Individualized dietary plans for each visitor by nutrition professionals
We have the staff to meet every need from medical to social services.
Dignity, respect and compassion
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