From the Provider
Memory Care Living at Princeton offers Alzheimer's care in Princeton, New Jersey. Memory Care Living at Princeton is the pioneer in residential living for those with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia-related illnesses. For more than a decade, Potomac Homes like Memory Care Living at Princeton have made it possible for those with Alzheimer's disease to enjoy the benefits of full-time, professional care in a familiar home setting. As a single-family, independent residence in established neighborhoods, Memory Care Living at Princeton offers a lifestyle which promotes dignity and sensitivity to enhance each resident's quality of life.
Memory Care Living at Princeton 's specially trained family of professional dementia care specialists is sensitive to the issues related to dementia. Staff members are committed to providing on-going support services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Memory Care Living at Princeton 's personal care providers, activities coordinators, licensed practical and registered nurses successfully combine expertise in caring with respect and sensitivity. Residents in Memory Care Living at Princeton 's Alzheimer's care facilities enjoy encouragement and friendship through daily social and recreational activities. Planned and supervised by a professional activities coordinator, each activity is specially designed to combine socialization with therapeutic intervention.
Memory Care Living at Princeton realizes that the costs of care for seniors can be burdensome to families and is sensitive to this. Memory Care Living at Princeton has structured its entire program to make sure the cost of services is minimized while providing the best value in the marketplace.
Reviews of Memory Care Living at Princeton
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I am a friend or relative of a resident
My husband went here first for respite care and had a wonderful experience. He was happy and began talking again after a long time of silence. The facility is small (15 beds), home-like, and quiet. The staff is caring, gentle, and respectful. Since I admitted my husband, we have had some problems but I would say the hallmark of this facility is willingness to work with the family to correct problems and provide the best experience possible for the resident. Initially there was over-medication for control and sleeping, but the Medical Director was open to discussion and resolved the problem. My husband fell frequently. When he hit his head, rather than cover it up the facility insisted that he be seen by a doctor. After a hospital stay which left my husband weakened and not walking, regular rehab facilities refused my husband due to his hydrocephalus and related dementia. In contrast, Potomac was ready to set up whatever physical therapy and any other changes in home care were necessary. They have a set fee (it does not increase with level of care) and keep residents through end of life except when specific medical support is required.