Support for Seniors with Memory Loss
Our memory care center provides comfort to your loved one and peace of mind for you.
Caring for a loved one throughout the stages of memory loss can be emotionally and physically draining. At Covenant Living at Inverness, we provide the peace of mind that your loved one is receiving the care they deserve while maintaining a sense of familiarity and comfort. Each member of our care team initiates person-specified programs designed to help ease the challenges of Alzheimer’s or related dementia all in a secure, comforting environment.
The memory care program is anchored by the SAIDO Learning program in partnership with the KUMON Institute of Education and exclusively licensed by Covenant Living.
What is THE SAIDO Learning Program?
SAIDO Learning is a non-pharmacological intervention that has been shown to interrupt the progression of Alzheimer’s and other related dementias. Unlike other memory support programs SAIDO is individualized, non-pharmacological and focuses on what our residents can do versus cannot do. SAIDO learning is appropriate for all states of dementia, it is an intentional engagement versus activity.
Like daily physical exercise, SAIDO can be viewed as an exercise for one’s brain. Residents are encouraged in our assisted living memory care communities to participate in five sessions per week. Social interactions reduce the isolation felt by so many individuals living with dementia. SAIDO offers a truly personalized experience, deepens connections with family and loved ones, and enhances professional development for our care team.
Research has shown SAIDO Learning is an effective program in improving symptoms such as a reduction in agitative behaviors, as well as isolation through increased socialization. Read more about evidence-based outcomes of SAIDO learning.
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Our memory care services include:
- All cooking, dining, and snacks as well as the services of a registered dietician
- Medication administration
- Personal laundry, including linens
- Assistance with grooming, dressing and bathing
- Specialized programs and activities to maximize physical, mental and social well-being
- 24-hour security
- Comprehensive care management
- Access to personal and family counseling services
- On-site chaplain
- Scheduled transportation
- Incontinence care
- Access to rehabilitation, dentistry and podiatry services
- Utilities, including basic cable and telephone
- Benevolent care for those who outlive their funds through no fault of their own
Worried about your loved one’s declining memory? Download our resource, “Top 10 Signs Your Loved One May Need Memory Care” to see if memory care may be a good option.
Keep in mind, you do not have to be a current resident of our senior community to benefit from our Assisted Living, Assisted Living Memory Care, Skilled Nursing or short-term Rehabilitation services, nor will you have to pay an entrance fee to enter one of the areas noted above.