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Memory Care

Alzheimer’s disease affects about about 5.4 million Americans today, and 1 out of 8 people over the age of 65 have the disease. This number will escalate rapidly over the coming years as Baby Boomers age. For this reason, Jewish Senior Life has developed specialized programs and environments for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments. In addition, the entire staff of Jewish Senior Life has gone through specialized training to better care for and communicate effectively with people with memory loss.

The Memory Care Program at the Jewish Home offers a welcoming, enriching atmosphere, with care plans customized to the needs of each resident.Our 38-bed residence is devoted to making life more open and enjoyable for residents. Our on-unit recreational therapy staff integrates residents into regular activities at the Jewish Home, where they enjoy a full range of events, entertainment and recreation, all within a secure, safe environment.

We understand that respect begins with a willingness to listen. That’s why we take particular note of residents’ experiences, remembrances and preferences, right along with medical needs. Our staff recognizes that the needs of residents may change daily. We’re committed to remaining flexible in our approach to these changing needs and individual preferences.

For more information about the Memory Care Program at the Jewish Home, contact (585)784-6395.

In need of short-term care after a hospital stay? We're internationally recognized for our high quality rehab program!

Our Transitional Care / Short-Term Rehab program at Jewish Senior Life helps you resume control over daily living activities, and return home as quickly, safely, and comfortably as possible. Internationally recognized for high quality and customer satisfaction (CARF, 2015), we’re unique in that we offer you a full-time, in-house medical staff, a full time Physiatrist (trained in rehabilitation), and therapy sessions 7 days a week. Call 585-784-6397!

“The care was wonderful, expert, caring and efficient. The food was tasty, delicious and plentiful. I recommend the place wholeheartedly. Whomever is there to recuperate will do very well and be well taken care of.” – Dr. Alan M.

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