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Memory Care and Senior Care communities such as ours in Vancouver, WA provide “A combination of housing, personalized supportive services, and health care designed to meet the needs of those needing help with the activities of daily life.” Windsor Gardens offers these services and more, as we specialize in serving those residents dealing with forms of memory loss such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Of course, we understand that not every senior requires care to the extent that we offer. For your convenience, we have listed below several of the different types of care offered to seniors so as to assist you in finding the proper environment for you or your loved one. The following types of senior care are available:

  • Continuing Care Retirement Community. Combine independent senior care, assisted living, memory care, and nursing in a single setting. Normally requiring an entry fee, offering a living unit, meals, and health care, up to the nursing level.
  • Independent senior living with amenities such as meals, transportation and activities usually included in a monthly fee.
  • A combination of housing, personalized supportive services, and health care designed to meet the needs of seniors needing help with the activities of daily life.
  • Communities offering specialized programs for residents suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss. These programs can be offered by residential, assisted living, or nursing centers.
  • Communities licensed to provide health care and services involved in managing complex and potentially serious medical problems.
  • Facilities approved to provide inpatient Rehabilitation Services (physical, occupational, speech, respiratory, etc.). Usually a short to intermediate stay, following hospitalization.
  • Caregivers provide for the the on-going care in the home such as: bathing, grooming, mobility, meal preparation, medication administration, transportation, homemaking tasks, exercises, and other services needed to support the individual to stay at home.
  • Includes providers of licensed health care services in the home and companies that provide non-medical assistance with such tasks as bathing, dressing, meal preparation and transportation.
  • Hospice care may be provided in the home or a senior care community. Services can include pain management and a variety of emotional, spiritual and physical support issues.