Compassionate Secure Memory Care
Bluegrass Senior Living provides seniors living with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other memory challenges a safe, comforting place to live and thrive. Residents enjoy the dignity and independence of private apartments, family-style dining and meaningful activities in a secure environment.
We help residents achieve a full life by tailoring care to their individual needs. By creating a safe and structured environment, our staff can focus on current abilities and strengths and help our residents feel more like themselves.
Memory Care at Bluegrass Senior Living:
- All-inclusive Monthly Rate
- Secured Environment
- Private Studio Apartments
- Enclosed Courtyard
- Short-Term Respite Stays Available
- Accepts Most Long-Term Care Insurance Policies
- Eligible for Veterans Aid & Attendance
Alzheimer’s Association Recognition
Our Monarch Memory Care Program is recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association® for incorporating the evidenced-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas: Alzheimer’s and dementia, person-centered care, assessment and care planning, activities of daily living, and behaviors and communication.
Medical and memory care support services include:
Individualized care plan and regular health assessments
Morning and evening bedtime care
Fitness and balance programs
In-house physician visits
24/7 professional caregivers
Assistance with daily activities like dressing, bathing and grooming
The monarch butterfly symbolizes the transformation that comes with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other types of memory impairment diseases. When we understand each resident’s journey, we can focus on individual strengths and help our residents feel a sense of normalization.
Social Connection & Meaningful Engagement
Studies show that socialization has a positive impact on seniors with dementia and can even prevent or reduce signs of depression. Cognitive based activities are incorporated in the daily routine to help residents maintain or regain important life abilities. We incorporate the National Wellness Institute’s six dimensions of wellness into our daily activities to build a sense of wellness and fulfillment. The six dimensions of wellness include emotional, occupational, physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual.
We recognize that everyone has a unique life story. We take special care to learn as much as we can about each resident and get to know them as a person.
Family Support & Involvement
Making the decision to place a family member in a memory care community can be a profoundly difficult choice for a family. It is our goal to support our families by maintaining an open-door policy, providing educational and social opportunities and partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association to provide additional resources.
Our memory care unit leader receives Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) training, which is the highest standard in Alzheimer’s and Dementia education.