Memory Care in Gainesville, FL
Alzheimer’s disease and the many forms of dementia can be devastating. But most memory care facilities focus only on the person living with memory loss; You won’t find that here.
At The Village at Gainesville, we understand that the effects of memory loss reach far beyond the person living with this diagnosis. They affect the entire family. With that in mind, we have developed memory care that wraps its arms around everyone – featuring care for your loved one along with support and peace of mind for you.
Find out how The Village at Gainesville supported just one of many families during their journey with memory loss, and discover how we can help you below.
Explore Our Memory Care Community
The Village at Gainesville, situated near those living in Gainesville, West Park and Arredondo, provides those with memory loss 24-hour, personalized dementia care, security, specialized programming, and the freedom to make their own choices.
More significantly, the whole family is welcome to enjoy the features that make our community so special.
Whether you choose our Laurel Square or Azalea Trace memory care residences, we consider this your loved one’s home – and welcome you to enjoy it together.
Dine in our bistro or dining room. Take in a movie in the Performing Arts Center. Get a breath of fresh air on our walking paths or soak up sunshine by the pool. This is a place where you are free to be a family again, spending quality time together instead of being a primary caregiver.
Our team of professionals is committed to enriching the lives of the seniors we serve throughout each level of care, and our memory care services do just that.
Combining the Botes Memory Method developed by dementia specialist Sira Botes and the Positive Approach to Care® (PAC), a leading educator on dementia and its care, memory care at The Village at Gainesville delivers individualized personal care.
With memory support caregivers trained in both methods, we are able to provide the utmost in care and support to our residents with various forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy body dementia, and more. Find out more about these programs and what they have to offer below.
The Botes Memory Method
The Botes Memory Method by Sira Botes redefines dementia care by focusing on everyone affected by memory loss – the residents, their families, and the caregivers.
This approach wraps arms of support around them all, providing personalized care and meaningful activities for the residents, education and guidance for the families, and advanced training for associates.
With our expertly trained partners at Concierge Home Care, we coordinate a careful assessment of the new resident and consult with the family physician. The assessment determines the resident’s highest, safest cognitive level, and a personalized care plan for the resident and everyone involved in their care is developed according to their needs and abilities.
The Botes Memory Method is the preferred dementia partner for residents of The Village at Gainesville and their families. We are honored to offer an in-person memory support group and a virtual opportunity.
Positive Approach to Care® (PAC)
The Positive Approach to Care® (PAC) focuses on a person’s retained abilities versus the abilities that have been lost. We place people before tasks and nurture relationships that recognize the importance of privacy, choice, dignity, purpose, and the involvement of family and friends.
Discover more about the Positive Approach to Care® (PAC) here.
Memory Care Services
Personalized memory care is provided under the direction of a licensed nurse and specially trained associates dedicated to the well-being and comfort of each resident.
- Advanced memory methodology blending the Botes Memory Method and the Positive Approach to Care® (PAC)
- 24-hour nursing and health care associates on site
- Assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming
- Health monitoring and medication management under the direction of a licensed nurse
- Extended Congregate Care (ECC) license for our assisted living facility to better serve our residents in times of need
- Shared spaces, including kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms
- Specialized programming
- Safe, secure courtyard
If a resident in memory support requires additional care for advanced illness, they don’t have to worry about finding and moving to a different community. Our sister company, Haven, will deliver the appropriate care right here. Haven specializes in advanced illness needs and will provide advance care planning, palliative care consultations, and comfort through the compassionate delivery of hospice services. When appropriate, the care center is in close proximity to The Village at Gainesville.
Neighborhoods Designed for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Laurel Square and Azalea Trace are both designed as memory care neighborhoods, each with a limited number of residents for optimal associate ratios. The neighborhood design allows our associates to focus on the strengths, talents and personal preferences of residents while providing support to family members. This unique memory care option provides families with peace of mind, knowing their loved one is secure and their long-term care needs are planned for.
Memory Care Residence Features
- Private residences with full- or half-bath floor plans
- Housekeeping, linen, and personal laundry services
- Scheduled transportation
- Three meals served restaurant-style each day
Personalized Memory Care. Now and in the Future.
At The Village at Gainesville, you can be assured that we deliver expert, compassionate and customized support for your loved one from the early stages to late stages of memory loss.
We meet you both where you are, delivering individualized care designed around your loved one, and traveling with you both on the journey.
If you’re searching for memory care near you, schedule a personal appointment. Our team can help you find out how our legacy of providing personalized memory care sets us apart from other providers in Gainesville, Florida.
Don’t Hesitate To Reach Out
If you have any additional questions, our team can help you navigate them. Whether you’re wondering whether a senior living community is right for your loved one, how memory care differs from an assisted living community, what the costs of memory care include, and more, we’re here for you.