The decision to move a loved one to an assisted living facility is never easy. When faced with transferring a loved one with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia, the Rose Lane Program offers special care, a structured environment and enhanced safety for residents with limited cognitive abilities.
At Rose Lane, residents and their families find a supportive, home-like atmosphere where physical and emotional needs are recognized and met. From accommodating dietary requirements to monitoring medications and helping with personal hygiene, care is provided in a way that allows residents to maintain their independence and dignity.
Alzheimer's disease is a degenerative brain disease that usually begins gradually, causing a person to forget recent events or familiar tasks. As it advances, it can cause confusion, personality and behavior changes, and impaired judgment. Symptoms vary from person to person, but common warning signs include:
We understand the challenges that accompany Alzheimer's disease, both for residents and their families. Let us be the shoulder you lean on during this difficult time.
Our Rose Lane offers a vibrant therapeutic program of meeting the social, emotional, cognitive and spiritual needs of each individual.
In addition to our structured daily routine, Rose Lane offers our residents month themed gatherings. intergenerational programming, pet therapy, religious services, yoga and scenic bus rides.
Rose Lane is dedicated to providing the highest quality care possible in a safe, nurturing environment. Each resident and his or her family have access to a wide range of services, including: