Memory care is care that knows no boundaries. More than having around-the-clock assistance available, memory care programs attend to the mind, body and soul with love and compassion.
Memory special care unit
What are the advantages of a special care unit?
A special care unit is a secure environment designed to feel like home. Low noise levels, soothing colors, memory aids, comfortable furniture, and indoor and outdoor access are common.
Perhaps most importantly, staff members are trained to provide support, communicate effectively and encourage meaningful activities and interactions for your loved one.
Staff members in Good Samaritan Society – Daytona's memory care unit are specially trained to care for people with dementia.
We understand the importance of allowing your loved one the freedom to behave in ways that are comfortable without infringing upon the rights and well-being of others. We will respect your loved one as a special individual.
When you need information, support or a friend to talk to, our professional staff can share information about dementia-related conditions.
We can also address your concerns about caring for your loved one at home or in our center, and advise you in caring for the physical, mental and emotional needs of your loved one and his or her caregivers.
- Located within the campus healthcare center
- Fitted with a door security system for the safety of residents
- Features a small, calming environment that is designed to enhance contentment and reduce frustration for residents
- Has a small staff-to-resident ratio, allowing more personalized care than in a typical nursing care unit
Trained staff and volunteers will involve your loved one in individual and group activities to enhance physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being. Music, dance, crafts, games, gardening and worship are some of the activities your loved one can participate in. Your are always encouraged to participate with your loved one.
Family members are invited to participate in regular care conferences to develop and monitor a positive, realistic and individualized care plan.