Angels For The Elderly Montgomery, AL

Offers Memory Care

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40 Angels Court, Montgomery, AL 36109
Call (800) 385-2527
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June 28, 2016

By Sharon771766

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Angels For the Elderly has been so caring and so gracious in meeting my and my dad's needs. He just got out of the hospital this morning, and they had saved his room for him, so he's back there right now. Their rooms are small but adequate. The dining room is homey and evidently he is being fed well. We don't have any complaints. This morning, they had a devotional time with someone coming in from one of the churches, physical therapy and regular group exercises, story-telling time on the porch, and occasionally go outside when the weather permits. It would be nice to have more staff members for one on one care, but they have made up for that by bringing in sitters when he has trouble sleeping at night.
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  • Studio Apartments

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  • Resident Capacity: 64
  • Pets: No Pets Allowed

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  • State Licenses: 18754

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  • Memory Care Starting At: $4600/month
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    About Angels For The Elderly

    Angels has been specializing in Alzheimer’s care since 2001 and continues to set the industry standard in care and excellence. Angels is a combination of four separate Specialty Care Assisted Living facilities, which are located on the same beautiful campus. Each home represents and houses a specific level of Memory Care.

    The individual homes allow Residents with similar challenges to live together. Residents in the beginning stages of Memory impairment are not housed with residents in the end stages. This allows each individual to continue having the best quality of life possible.

    There are some misconceptions people have about Assisted Living and I would like to touch on just a few of those.

    One misconception is that your loved one will have 24-hour, one-on-one care.

    We do not provide 24-hour one-on-one care. There is not a caregiver for each resident. It is a home-like environment with 2-3 caregivers per 16 residents. What is important is that you find a facility with on-site nursing and active resident management.

    Another common misconception- it is cheaper to bring a sitter into the home.

    Sitters are generally not cheaper than a facility. If you have a sitter for only 12 hours a day at $15.00 per hour, you will be spending over $5400.00 per month. If you have around the clock sitters at $15.00 per hour, you will be spending $10800.00 per month. That does not include utilities, food, mortgage/rent etc. Specialty Care Assisted Living at Angels will cost on average between $4600.00 and 5100.00 per month.

    And the last misconception is that Assisted Living homes are like nursing homes.

    Assisted Living Facilities are not nursing homes. We do not provide skilled care such as feeding tubes and respirators, and our residents are not bed bound. They must be able to transfer with minimal assistance. We strive to keep our residents active as long as possible.

    SO, WHEN IS IT TIME TO MAKE THE MOVE TO AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY? THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT SCENARIOS.

    The first scenario is when the Alzheimer patient lives alone. In this case, when the family or friends start noticing:

    • A change in personality – the person who was once extremely outgoing might start to become more reclusive
    • Persistently confusing family and friends
    • Forgetting things and not accepting correction
    • Money mismanagement – forgetting to pay bills or giving money away.
    • Failure to remember what everyday items are used for – using items for incorrect purposes.
    • Medication errors – failure to remember to take medications
    • Failure to complete normal daily activities such as dressing and bathing themselves, cooking and nutrition, and household chores.
    • Difficulty in learning and remembering new things – Often times, families tell me, “there is nothing wrong with mom; she can remember things that happened 40 years ago.” This is on par with the disease. They, in all likelihood, will remember things from years ago, but the problem is their short-term memories are almost non-existent.

    The second scenario is the Alzheimer patient who lives with the caregiver. In this case, changes need to be made when:

    • There is violent or threatening behavior. Often times, the loved one will stay in dangerous situations to avoid having to place their loved one somewhere. In all honesty, this is the most dangerous choice of all. So many loved ones become abused by the person suffering from Alzheimer’s. The toll this abuse and stress has on a caregiver can be enormous. It usually results in the caretaker themselves becoming sick and losing the quality of life.
    • When the caretaker cannot be at home with the patient all the time. It only takes a moment for a Dementia patient to get lost, hurt themselves, or inadvertently hurt someone else.

    Thank you for your interest in Angels For The Elderly. Please give us a call to schedule a free tour.

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