For those who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, life can be frustrating and become increasingly unsafe to live on their own. For well-meaning family members, caregiving for the memory impaired can prove to be overwhelming. When you are considering an assisted living facility to tend to all of your loved one’s needs, just know that not any facility will do. Memory care requires specific training and experience — the kind the staff at Serenity Gardens has!

Tune into our Alzheimer’s care blog to learn everything that you need to know about Alzheimer’s and dementia care. For the memory care that your loved one deserves, contact us to tour our facility. 

  1. Dementia Care: Dos and Don’ts of Dealing with Dementia- Part 2

    Dementia is caused by damage to brain cells and their ability to transfer information to each other and the body. The symptoms can manifest in various ways, depending on which part of the brain is affected. In patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, the hippocampus is affected, which is the p…Read More

  2. Dementia Care: Dos and Don’ts of Dealing with Dementia- Part 1

    Dementia is a terrifying symptom of disease that robs its victim of their memory. Dementia is not a disease itself but is a symptom of several (usually chronic and/or terminal) diseases. Despite common misconceptions, memory loss is not a normal part of aging and can indicate a larger problem. An un…Read More

  3. The Dangers of Denying Your Loved One’s Dementia

    Denying your loved one's dementia diagnosis can be dangerous. There are few things in life that are as difficult to hear as a loved one's dementia diagnosis. There's no denying that living with dementia can be difficult, but ignoring or downplaying the diagnosis won't make it go away. In fact, deny…Read More

  4. Assisted Living for Alzheimer’s Patients

    A common question that many people have when a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease is whether they should consider assisted living, or if their loved one would be better off living at home. The question doesn’t have a right or wrong answer, though. It basically depends on the p…Read More

  5. Senior Care in Webster, TX

    Key Differences between Alzheimer’s Care and Elder Care

    Is caring for someone with Alzheimer’s different than regular elder care? Yes, there are different measures that need to be taken when providing Alzheimer’s care than you would for an aging senior with normal memory loss. As we age, some memory loss is normal. However, there are some instances o…Read More

  6. Alzheimer’s Care in League City, TX

    Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment and Care in League City, TX

    Alzheimer’s disease is affecting more people in modern day society and this has prompted the need for more research in treatment and care for individuals with the disease. Currently, there is no cure for the disease and research is still ongoing to determine how the disease can be fought and comba…Read More