Memory Care, Boulder City, NV
We believe that those who are living with Alzheimer's and other dementias can experience a life worth living by honoring the whole person and supporting independence and quality of life. We also believe that loved ones can maintain a connection with those who have cognitive loss through our person-centered, senior-directed approach and our validation communication methods as taught in our Madeline's Song Dementia program.
We believe that music can nourish the spirit, improve cognition, reduce anxiety, and bring joy and happiness. We have seen remarkable results through our iPod program.
Our detailed service plans help us determine support needed for daily living and life enrichment opportunities to nourish the spirit, stimulate the mind, and strengthen the body. We tailor services to each individual, according to their preferences and lifestyle.
Aspen Village Apartments provide those who have cognitive losses with beautiful spacious semi-private accomodations, 6:1 staffing ratio, and the support of an senior-guide. The covered outdoor patio with views of Lake Mead and the big horn sheep and other wildlife that come to visit in our front yard each spring provides a peaceful natural outdoor environment that can be enjoyed most of the year. Trips and outings on our beautiful 12 passenger van provides opportunities to continue to connect with the greater community.
Benefits of living at Aspen Village Apartments - a community-based memory care include:
- Education and support for family members and friends to learn how to communicate and maintain relationships with those who are living with memory loss
- Regular human interaction and programs to engage the memory-impaired individual in daily life, minimizing isolation
- Diet and Exercise programming
- Senior well-being monitoring and communication with family and health care providers
- Secured community with keypad entry to minimize risk of wandering
- Peace of mind for families, so the focus can be on maintaining relationships with the person living with cognitive losses to create joyful memories, allowing the community caregivers to care for the physical needs.