July 28, 2015. The Gardens at Gardendale Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, recognized for its exceptional quality of care to individual’s with Alzheimer’s disease, and other dementia related diagnoses, is proud to announce its first Support Meeting with the topic “Understanding How The Alzheimer’s Disease Process Affects Your Loved One”.
Now under the dynamic new ownership of Concord Healthcare Group, Gardendale Rehabilitation & Nursing Center features at The Gardens a Secure Alzheimer’s Unit designed on the leading edge research that emphasizes the importance of engaging patients with memory loss in activities that are engaging, purposeful, and stress free.
“Our Memory Care Unit provides a safe and secure environment designed to maximize every individual’s sense of connection, purpose, and overall quality of life”, indicates Victoria Layton Marketing & Admissions Coordinator at Gardendale, “and our compassionate and specialized therapy team spares neither resource nor effort in establishing rapport with each one of our residents, engaging them in daily activities that enhance their overall sense of independence”.
Sustaining on-going communication with area doctors and cultivating relationships with specialists and hospitals, The Gardens at Gardendale ensures that the local medical community plays an integral role in the delivery of specialized LTC for its residents, who enjoy nurturing and stress-free activities carefully designed to provide them with the safe feeling of familiar routine, keep them involved in daily living, and infuse them with an overall sense of well being.
The upcoming session of the Support Group is set to take place on Tuesday, August 4 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm and will feature a guest speaker from Grace Hospice with a Q & A session and light refreshments following the presentation.
Support Group Meetings at The Gardens are free and open to caregivers, family members and friends of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In it, support group members share knowledge and experiences, listen to informative speakers, provide emotional support and learn practical coping skills and strategies in matters relating to Alzheimer’s and the daily living of individuals affected by the disease. For mote information please call Victoria Layton, Marketing & Admissions Coordinator at Gardendale Nursing & Rehabilitation Center at 903-586-3626.