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Those living with a memory loss illness can continue to have richly rewarding and fulfilling experiences with the help of Memory Care experts like the ones at The Mansions at Alpharetta. Seniors living with Alzheimer’s or dementia benefit from professional care and friendly companionship provided by our onsite care teams, which include nurses, physical therapists, and even exercise physiologists as part of the FOX Optimal Living program. This is Memory Care you can feel great about, because we’ve designed each element of our community to support the needs and lifestyles of adults living with memory loss.
3675 Old Milton Pkwy
Every element of The Mansions at Alpharetta in Alpharetta is designed to support seniors living with memory loss illnesses. Our bright, welcoming community and living spaces are designed to be easy to navigate, with wide hallways and spacious floor plans. We provide the essential care needed to encourage your loved one to explore their independence to the best of their abilities, including personal care, gourmet dining, and a brilliant community spirit.
To learn more about our Memory Care option, contact our friendly team today.
We employ an engagement-focused memory care philosophy founded on the belief that everyone has an innate ability to learn and succeed, no matter how severe a resident’s memory loss.
Using a person-centered approach, we help people living with dementia remain creative and engaged through environmental adaptions, communication and specialized learning techniques, staff training, and cultural and life enrichment programs.
Our approach tailors activities to an individual’s cognitive abilities, strengths and interests which has been shown to increase self-esteem and independence while significantly decreasing the anxiety, agitation, aggression and apathy often associated with dementia-related illnesses.
We value and incorporate the qualities of dignity, respect, independence, and choice in every aspect of a resident’s care, experience and staff interaction.
Each memory care living environment welcomes 12–16 residents, which promotes a family, home-like environment.