Arthur’s Place Memory Care
Arthur’s Place Memory Care Center is designed to provide our memory care residents with their own comfortable, friendly, home-like environment. It is a special place where every detail has been considered for your loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia.
At The Normandy, you can settle into a comfortable, friendly, home-like environment where every detail has been thoughtfully considered. The memory care staff is Certified Dementia Practitioners, specializing in Alzheimer’s and dementia care, and their unique sensitivity and skills help make each day meaningful for your loved one.
Normandy staff ensures that residents are safe and comfortable in their environment while enjoying the amenities on campus, including state-of-the-art Snoezelen rooms in both buildings, and outdoor enclosed courtyards with beautifully landscaped designs.
What is a Snoezelen room?
Snoezelen Multi-Sensory Environments are relaxing spaces that help reduce agitation and anxiety, but they can also engage and delight the user, stimulate reactions and encourage communication.
Using a person-centered approach, caregivers are available 24-hours a day to provide personal and psychosocial support, while coordinating medical care and communicating with the residents’ healthcare providers.
Designated activities professionals are on site to provide individualized, programming and interactions where residents can reminisce and enhance their life skills.
Memory Care In a Safe, Comfortable Environment
- 48-bed unit
- Private rooms available
- Certified dementia care practitioners
- Small group dining areas
- Specialized activities area
- Specialized therapies
- Outdoor patio, covered and secured
- Large social gathering place
- Snoezelen room – multisensory care in a low-stimulation environment
- Functional maintenance programs – cognitive therapeutic interventions
- Structured, meaningful activities developed to support Alzheimer’s/dementia at any stage
- Non-pharmacological interventions
Arthur’s Place carries the name of its founder, Arthur Orlean, who brought new life to The Normandy campus as its caring owner several decades ago. It is fitting that we honor Arthur’s legacy and the positive impact he continues to have on The Normandy and its residents.