Vibrant and Engaging
Our residents’ lives are purposeful and filled with engaging activities – from singing and dancing to exercise and arts and crafts classes – to encourage daily social interaction. Residents suffering from memory loss are encouraged to continue the daily activities they performed at home. All staff is specially trained on how best to support residents positively and respectfully, leading to improved days for older adults with brain changes.
Our continuum of care creates a calming atmosphere where residents thrive based on the many options we offer for wellness. All activities are designed specifically to help the individual with memory loss reconnect with favorite hobbies, interests, and memories.
Our ultimate goal is to give family caregivers peace of mind knowing their loved ones are in a secure environment with the best possible quality of life.
Three healthy (and delicious!) meals each day
Lively community events and social activities
Mass, pastoral care, and spiritual activities
Personal care assistance (bathing, getting dressed, etc.)
Medication management and administration
Physical, speech, and occupational therapies
Specialized dementia care and Alzheimer’s care services
Small home community
Individualized, personal care assistance
Cozy and secure environment with open living rooms, dedicated dining rooms, and activity space
Safety features (wander guards, key-coded main entrances, and secure courtyards)
Supervised and safe outdoor areas
Beautiful common areas for gathering with friends and loved ones
Communal dining in a flexible, home like kitchen and dining area
Floor Plan & Pricing
13 private units
304 square feet
$5,000 Entry fee
Monthly cost $7,995
Memory Care Programs
Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care®
MOPH embraces Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care (PAC) method. Our trained PAC team members have collaborated with researchers to truly comprehend the training programs, services, and science based upon Teepa Snow’s concept that focuses on brain change and care partnering.
The community focuses on PAC principles with an emphasis on staff members in our memory care neighborhoods. MOPH – which currently has a PAC certified coach, trainers, and an independent consultant on staff – is working on total PAC community certification.
It’s Never to Late
Our memory care communities also implement the It’s Never Too Late (iN2L) technology. This state-of-the-art system combines touch screen computers with intuitive, picture-based software that is both extensive (5,000 different content applications) and continuously updated.
The iN2L program offers content-driven engagement that connects older adults with the world around them. This technology creates meaningful experiences – including memory and music programs plus YouTube videos – so residents can interact with each other, their caregivers, and family members.
Connectivities offers “help and hope in every box” solutions that ensure mindful connections, spark meaningful interactions, and redefine the moments we share with our residents.
This creative dementia engagement program provides thoughtfully packaged experiences that drive personal engagement with planned, purposeful activities.
Act Now! Don’t Delay.
Construction on our new memory support community is moving quickly! If you would like to learn more about our expansion and the community here at Cardinal Ritter Senior Services, please request a brochure below, or contact us to speak directly to a team member.
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