Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in New Jersey
Specializing in the Placement of Difficult Medical or Behavioral Cases
At Millennium Memory Care we provide the most personal, effective and sensitive Alzheimer’s and dementia care in New Jersey, even for the most challenging patients. Our staff works with caregivers, family members, social workers, doctors and psychiatric hospitals so that residents can age in place right here in MMC’s safe, homelike environment. Even if your loved one’s condition worsens, we will continue to provide the care they need and strive to alleviate the stress and difficulty of moving to other facilities until it becomes absolutely necessary. We understand the wellness needs that seniors may benefit from as they age and we offer a range of tailored services and care levels. And with locations in Matawan, Monroe, Ocean and Holmdel, we can serve families and residents from all of central and eastern New Jersey. We also offer Respite Care and In-home Care Programs.
Please call us at (732) 523-5797 to discover how we can help your loved one’s suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Our Holistic Approach to Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Our care plans are developed keeping in mind the “whole” person, utilizing knowledge from the individual’s complete life history, and extend beyond just a plan for health care. While our care team provides top-level quality of care and comprehensive assistance with activities of daily life, we do not take only a “medical” approach to our residents’ lives. Read More…
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Challenges with Challenging Behaviors
Dementia care is becoming ever more needed in an increasing variety of settings including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, boarding homes, rehab centers and of course, in the homes of friends and neighbors. It is crucial to understand what the best care setting is for someone with behavioral dementia. Read more…
In my 25 years of practice with geriatric populations suffering from dementia, I have learned that patience, proper timing of medications, close observation of immediate needs and an individualized approach are the keys to success in managing difficult cases of dementia. Read more…