Memory Care

We understand living with memory impairment is difficult.  PSL is dedicated to providing person-centered support in an environment that makes your loved one feel at home.


Memory Care at PSL

Our team members who work in memory care neighborhoods are following a calling to care. Our support includes a daily focus not just on the clinical needs of the individual but meeting the needs of the whole person— spiritual, physical, intellectual, vocational, social, and emotional. We do this by helping each individual find meaning and purpose in their day with engagement in meaningful activity. This may be on a one-to-one basis, independently, or in a small group program. Compassionate Touch, aromatherapy, music engagement, craft projects, volunteer opportunities, exercise and movement, spiritual health and pet visits are just some of the ways we use to find daily purpose.

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What is Memory Care?

PSL focuses on a “Your Journey Forward” approach that seeks to enable people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of memory impairment to capitalize on their strengths, enhance existing abilities, and experience moments of joy, comfort, and security in each day’s journey.

This begins by gaining an understanding of the person. Their history, areas of interest, what brings a smile or makes them upset are all important as we work together to uncover those things that will give moments of meaning, purpose, and feelings of security.

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"While visiting my dad in Memory Support at PSL, I observed many heartwarming interactions between staff and residents. What really impressed me was how the staff worked together to keep the residents safe. Residents are treated as individuals, not as a group. The patience and dedication that the staff shows toward my dad and all of the residents are remarkable. Thank you for all you do for our loved ones. There is a special place in heaven for people who give so selflessly."

Moira W. | Daughter of Resident

"The residents and the staff at PSL are always very, very helpful in making my mother the most comfortable she can be. Residents stop by and visit with my mother, invite her places, and in general they look for my mom in a way that caring, thoughtful individuals do. When my mother made the transition to memory care, she experienced thoughtful care and support. I am sincerely grateful and appreciative for all PSL and the members of the community have done for my mother. Memory Support at PSL is a great place for the aging community to live and their loved ones can feel confident that they are being well taken care of."

Valerie L. | Daughter of Resident

Memory Care FAQs

We know that moving is difficult, memory loss is not always fair, and that you have had hard choices to make to get to this transition. See below for some of the most frequently asked questions to get you started on your journey forward.

What does it mean that my loved one needs a memory care neighborhood?

How have the team members been trained to meet my loved one's needs?

My loved one has always had their dog (or cat) at their side. Can their dog (or cat) move in with them?

What can I expect from memory care services at PSL?

How Much Does Memory Care Cost?

While the cost can vary depending on the community you choose, memory care accommodations at a PSL community start around $400/day

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Is Memory Care Right For Me?

Wondering if you are considering the right living option? We can help! If one or more of the examples below matches your situation, memory care may be the right choice.

You or your loved one has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia.

Managing activities of daily living such as medication management, bathing and dressing, or meal preparation have become difficult.

You or your loved one would benefit from the security and peace of mind that comes with on-site nursing, nutrition, and transportation services.

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