100+ Women Who Care

MemoryCare has been nominated to speak at 100+ Women Who Care Asheville’s next grant gathering. 100+ Women Who Care Asheville supports our local communities and approaches philanthropy in new ways. They meet quarterly for to hear from three local not-for-profits and vote on which one they will support that quarter. Learn how to join below.

“The doctor and care manager have made us feel hope that we can handle this disease. Their help and resources are vital to this community and my family”

MemoryCare Caregiver

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100+ Women Who Care

MemoryCare has been nominated to speak at 100+ Women Who Care Asheville’s next grant gathering. 100+ Women Who Care Asheville supports our local communities and approaches philanthropy in new ways. They meet quarterly for to hear from three local not-for-profits and vote on which one they will support that quarter. Learn how to join below.

“The doctor and care manager have made us feel hope that we can handle this disease. Their help and resources are vital to this community and my family”

MemoryCare Caregiver

Interested in receiving updates from MemoryCare?

Subscribe to receive regular communications including our bi-monthly Caregivers Network Newsletter, which contains helpful articles and event listings, and more!

Caregiver Information

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be overwhelming, which is why we provide you with personalized and comprehensive support to prepare you for the challenges ahead.

Appointments

Team physician consults with family
Early engagement is crucial in promoting advanced care planning for families. Schedule your first appointment to start receiving valuable resources and support.

Our Impact

At MemoryCare, we equip caregivers with the knowledge and support they need to care for their loved ones.

At MemoryCare, it's about family

Memory impairment affects close to half of Americans over age 85.

Alzheimer’s disease, the most well-known condition in the family of cognitive disorders, is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease and Prevention. Regardless of the diagnosis, cognitive disorders are often the most common reasons we lose independence as we age.

These diseases profoundly affect not only the person living with memory impairment, but their caregivers who are frequently family members. Recognizing this, MemoryCare created an innovative, community-based model of care that extends beyond the expected -patient assessments, diagnosis and treatment- to clinical support that informs, prepares, comforts and guides families and their loved ones about what is often a long and uncertain journey.

“By engaging caregivers early in the dementia diagnostic process, MemoryCare is able to promote advanced care planning for families, guide and establish safe routines, prolong time at home and ease the stress that dementia can cause.”

                                            –Dr. Margaret Noel, MemoryCare Medical Director/Founder

Georgia Crump Award

MemoryCare Announces Recipients of the 2023 Georgia Crump Certified Nursing Assistant AwardCertified Nursing Assistant, Jessica Maynor with the Western North Carolina VA Healthcare System was recently honored with MemoryCare’s 2023…
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