Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in Southbury, Connecticut

Person-centered memory care.

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Person-centered memory care starts with getting to know each individual, not just the effects of Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia — but also the resident’s history, likes, dislikes, and supportive loved ones. Specially trained team members provide support that focuses on and celebrates each resident’s abilities to reduce distress and create fulfilling days. Our tailored resources are designed to help seniors with memory loss live uplifted.

At the heart of memory care at Pomperaug Woods is Heartfelt CONNECTIONS  — A Memory Care Program®.

This nationally recognized philosophy promotes physical and emotional well-being, supports daily functioning and maintains a sense of purpose, satisfaction, dignity and quality of life. We make each moment meaningful and purposeful, focusing on each resident’s unique abilities and creating success stories one small victory at a time.

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Memory care services include:

  • Support from certified nursing assistants in activities of daily living, including bathing, grooming, dressing, eating
  • Medication management by nursing professionals
  • Nutritious chef-prepared meals
  • Dementia-friendly programs and activities
  • Nursing staff available 24/7
  • Vital sign and blood pressure checks
  • Transportation coordination to medical appointments
  • Regular housekeeping

High-quality memory care is open to all.

We’re proud to accept current Pomperaug Woods residents and extend services to include 62+ Southbury-area seniors living with memory loss.

Secure spaces are designed for the comfort and contentment of residents. Sixteen private and semiprivate memory care apartments offer a choice of private or shared bathrooms. Customized activities encourage meaningful days, and reliable routines provide a sense of stability. Team members work with residents’ loved ones to create a holistic support network.

If you’re just starting the process of looking for memory care solutions, download our memory care guide for helpful foundational information.

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In memory care, each aspect of the neighborhood and accompanying support is designed around the unique needs of residents with memory loss. Specially trained team members work closely with the individual and their loved ones to create reliable structure within familiar schedules and surroundings — all in a secure environment that celebrates accomplishments and promotes a sense of purpose. If additional skilled nursing care is needed, Pomperaug Woods is uniquely equipped to meet those needs with highly specialized care.

Dementia is an overarching term referring to cognitive decline that impacts a person’s everyday life. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia.

Yes. Team members are specially trained in person-centered memory care. These caregivers provide dignified, respectful care with compassion.

Pricing will vary depending on whether the senior is already a resident of Pomperaug Woods. LifeCare® residents will be able to transition to memory care based on the parameters of their current residency contract. For seniors who enter through direct admission, there will be a one-time $5,000 entrance fee, and monthly fees will run between $8,500 and $9,500.

The monthly fee includes daily nursing care, regular housekeeping with linen and towel service, meal plan, community activities, preventive building maintenance, and utilities (electric, water, heat).

Of course, your guests are welcome in your home and can enjoy recreational activities, dining venues, amenities and activities with you while visiting. The community would only restrict visits if there is a risk to the health of residents.

Absolutely! It’s your home. We know familiar items and long-treasured belongings provide comfort and consistency for seniors living with dementia. Our goal is to make residents as comfortable as we can.

By discussing the challenges of dementia early, you give your loved one the chance to be part of the conversations and decisions that lead to memory care, including discussions with health care professionals. The feelings of inclusion and autonomy this affords are also helpful to the person’s transition to care. View the signs that someone with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia needs 24/7 care.