Grand Brook Memory Care

35 Years of Compassionate Memory Care

What is Assisted Living?

When looking for assistance caring for a loved one the options are numerable.  There is home health, assisted living, skilled nursing, hospice, just to name a few.  In this article, we will focus on what is Assisted Living. The dictionary defines Assisted Living as a noun.  “Housing for elderly or disabled people that provides nursing care, […] Read More >>

Physicians, Lawmakers, You and I Can Erase the Alzheimer’s Stigma

Fortunately, as Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia become more prevalent, doctors are increasing their knowledge and expertise in the areas of understanding and diagnosing this disease. With this in mind, the person who is experiencing memory restraints, or the person advocating for him/her is given the task of making sure the correct information […] Read More >>

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 >>

The 10 Primary Sources of Dementia

Dallas residents and families affected by dementia know only all too well how it changes everything. What most don’t know is that dementia itself is not a disease, but is a term used to describe the memory loss and loss of other mental abilities that are caused by physical changes in the brain from other diseases or medical issues. Read More >>