The Westmont Living Compass Rose Memory Care Program® was designed in cooperation with a nationally recognized gerontologist to guide both residents and their families as we care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other memory impairment. Focusing on personal care, we help maintain each individual’s independence and quality of life during this journey. Our goal is to provide a culture that is life-affirming, meaningful, and satisfying, while respecting the choice and dignity of our residents.
When a loved one is living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, we want them to feel supported, acknowledged, and successful in their everyday routine. At Westmont Living, we are passionate about caring for residents in our Compass Rose Program®.
Beyond offering quality care for our residents, we are committed to helping your loved one find meaning in their days through interactions and activities. We help our residents work their muscles and minds to preserve as much independence as possible. Our Compass Rose guides our residents through a purposeful day that highlights the dimensions of wellness.
The Navigator Memory Enrichment Program is a program tailored to the needs and abilities of people who are experiencing memory loss. It provides a robust calendar of mental and physical fitness exercises presented within the context of a structured day.
Westmont Living’s Navigator Memory Enrichment Program was designed to maintain each individual’s independence and quality of life within our assisted living community. Our goal is to provide a culture that is life-affirming, meaningful and satisfying, while respecting the choice and dignity of our residents.
We complete Individual Care Plan and Life History to assess each resident’s needs and fully understand his or her background. Then, our team members create an activities program, including a range of events designed to preserve function, promote enjoyment and a sense of well-being. The Navigator Memory Enrichment Program is for those residents who are not quite ready for the secured Alzheimer’s and dementia environment but need a little more guidance.
It is designed specifically for those with mild cognitive impairment. Residents continue to live in their residences, dine in the community dining rooms, and enjoy ability-centered activities in a group setting. The program not only promotes mind and body fitness, it also strengthens self-esteem and confidence.
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