Since our inception, our focus, purpose and privilege has been to provide Memory Care Assisted Living that is individualized to each resident. Always moving forward, we combine the latest in evidence-based programming with luxurious, residential living and compassionate, respectful care for those affected by memory loss.
Alzheimer’s Disease – A Unique Challenge.
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the few diseases in which age is the greatest risk factor. For individuals over the age of 65, the chance of developing Alzheimer’s is one in nine; for those over the age of 85, it is one in two. In the United States alone, it is estimated that someone develops the disease every 66 seconds.
While Clarity Pointe is designed and operated to serve the needs of every stage of Alzheimer’s, one of the most unique challenges is helping those in the very early stages of the disease get the help and support they need. The difficulty is that people with early-stage memory loss can function normally – or so it seems – and it is hard to differentiate signs of “normal aging” from Alzheimer’s. While they may be taking care of very basic needs, they may begin to slowly withdraw from the people and activities that they enjoy.
Clarity Pointe – A Unique Approach.
Unlike other providers that offer a secure memory care wing in a skilled nursing or assisted living center, we offer freestanding, purpose-built Memory Care neighborhoods that are solely and entirely dedicated to Memory Care Assisted Living.
Our communities blend luxurious surroundings with specialized care delivered by a compassionate, professional team of experts. We stay current on the latest trends and advancements in Alzheimer’s care and implement them into our residents’ care plans. Our approach to designing, developing and operating Alzheimer’s and Memory Care Assisted Living communities throughout the southeast is based on five key principles:
- Exceptional People
- Family Connections
- Purposeful Architecture and Design
- Person-Centered Care
- Personalized Programming
We believe that the highest quality of memory care is incomplete without all five of these principles. Our communities incorporate every element of care into the structure and lifestyle of our specialized “living” neighborhoods, giving each resident unique opportunities for purposeful living.