Grand Brook Memory Care


35 Years of Compassionate Memory Care

On-Site Licensed Nurse in a Memory Care

Having an On-Site Licensed Nurse in a Memory Care Community is an integral part of the residents’ health and well-being. There are many advantages to having a licensed nurse on-site. The licensed nurse develops a plan of care specific for each resident’s unique and changing needs. They will do an initial assessment upon move in […] Read More >>

Depression and Alzheimer’s Disease

Early-stage Alzheimer’s disease and depression share similar symptoms. According to an article published by the Mayo Clinic. Because the symptoms of early Alzheimer’s and depression are so alike, doctors sometimes have had a hard time distinguishing between the two brain disorders. The article states that people who suffer from Alzheimer’s related depression may find it […] Read More >>

Adult Day Stays: The Caregiver’s Life Preserver

How do you take a break from caring for someone with memory issues that needs 24/7 care? Here is a poignant quote from the National Institute on Aging’s free guide book, Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: “I was standing in the grocery store, totally exhausted, trying to decide what I had come for. […] Read More >>

Steps Caregivers Can Take To Help Prevent Falls

Helping loved ones with Alzheimer’s and Dementia not fall is a hard, but important task. As we age, health issues become a much more serious challenge in our lives. How we deal with those health issues and what we do to help prevent them are of utmost importance, especially if we are caring for someone […] Read More >>