Cognitive impairment affects close to half of the population over 85 and is one of the most common reasons for dependency in late life.
We aim to provide specialized medical care to older adults with cognitive impairment.
"In the here and now, with no cure for dementia on the horizon, our models of care are equally important to our hope for a cure." ~Margaret A. Noel, MD
"Thank you for providing respectful, whole-person, whole-family care." ~MemoryCare Caregiver
“Even memory is not necessary for love." ~Thorton Wilder
“Gratitude is the memory of the heart.” Jean Baptiste Massieu
“The level of care and concern we have found at this program has been truly astonishing.” – Keith Holdsworth, Caregiver
"Until there's a cure, there's MemoryCare." ~Margaret A. Noel, MD
“MemoryCare has improved our family’s quality of life a great deal.” ~MemoryCare Caregiver
“You continue to be a bright light of support and kindness for us as we make our way along this winding road with my dad." ~MemoryCare Caregiver
Americans are living longer than ever before.
While this is wonderful in many ways, one of the challenges we now face is that more of us are developing memory impairments.For some, it arrives before age 65. For most, it comes much later; memory impairment affects close to half of Americans over 85. Alzheimer's Disease, the most well-known condition in the family of memory disorders, is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the Centers of Disease Control. Regardless of its severity or the form it takes, memory impairment is one of the most common reasons for dependency in later life.