At The Inn at Belden Village, we dedicate a whole wing to those who need memory care. Our staff is highly trained in what to expect and how to deal with it. You can rest assured that your loved one is being taken care of in a safe and secure environment. We treat your loved one as if he or she is our own parent.
Get Peace of Mind Knowing Your Loved One Is Safe
Get some much-needed rest tonight knowing that your loved one won’t wander out of the house while you are asleep. Our community is safe and secure. Our memory impaired residents are watched 24 hours a day.
See the Difference Our High-Tech Monitoring System Makes
Our memory care patients are monitored with a system called Vigil. It is a computerized system that alerts caregivers to potential problems in our Special Care residents units. Through a series of motion detectors, the computer can track movement, predicting some behaviors, and sense bathroom needs.
This system was chosen because it is non-intrusive and highly effective. Residents are not required to wear ankle bracelets that they may find objectionable. We want our community to look and feel like home. Our residents need to maintain their privacy as much as possible without endangering them. With Vigil, an aide can show up at just the right time to help and protect your loved one.
Relax with Expert Memory Care
Our trained staff works with memory care issues every day. From gentle reminders to bathe to stopping wandering patients, we are on top of each situation. If your loved one is experiencing Dementia or Alzheimer’s, we can help with things like:
- Bathing difficulties
- Dressing problems
- Repetitive speech or actions (perseveration)
- Sleeplessness / Sundowning
- Verbal outbursts
Visit Us Today to See Our Special Memory Care Wing
Contact us at The Inn at Belden Village to arrange a tour for you and your loved one. We would love to show you our state-of-the-art facility in a home-like setting. Stay and dine in our beautiful dining room with a chef- prepared nutritious meal. Make your reservations now.