Choosing a memory support community for your loved one is about finding a safe space and ensuring they remain engaged in life.

Caring for a parent or a spouse with either Alzheimer’s, another form of dementia or long-term memory loss can be challenging both emotionally and physically. When your loved one needs more care than can be provided at home, a memory support community might be the best solution.

Download this guide and learn what to look for when visiting a memory support community—including a checklist to bring on visits. You’ll learn:

  • When to schedule a tour
  • What questions to ask staff
  • How to tell if residents are engaged

Simply fill out the form now to download your free copy of this helpful guide!