Caring for someone with Alzheimer's or dementia can seem overwhelming at times.
Alzheimer's is an illness that affects the brain. It causes sufferers to lose their memory, lose the ability to think clearly and use good judgment. Patients may have trouble looking after themselves, and over time the disease progressively gets worse. This means that as the disease follows its course , they will need increasing levels of care.
A general daily routine is an essential part of treatment. Keeping a fixed routine gives a sense of consistency, which benefits patients even if they can’t communicate it. Cedar Manor provides for daily hygiene routines, dressing and grooming assistance, as well as daily housekeeping and a personal laundry service.
We serve three nutritional meals a day, which accommodate Doctor prescribed special diets if required. Medication is managed and monitored at all times. A Hospice Care Program for End of Life Care is also available for patients too frail to support themselves.
Our residents can feel comfortable and accepted in the warm and caring environment we create.