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Springfield Place and J.F. Hawkins

  2000 Springfield Circle
Newberry, SC 29108

Martha Franks Retirement Community

  1 Martha Franks Drive
Laurens, SC 29360

Carroll Campbell Place

  802 Old Cherokee Road
Lexington, SC 29072

803-359-5181

Lexington Medical Center Extended Care

  815 Old Cherokee Road
Lexington, SC 29072

803-359-5181

Harbison Shores

  990 Columbia Ave
Irmo, SC 29063

803-749-7889

1 Featured Memory Care Communities in the Newberry Area

Harbison Shores

Begin Your New Adventure Today

  • Three delicious meals served daily, restaurant style
  • Weekly housekeeping / Linen and personal laundry service
  • Transportation to scheduled activities and local medical appointments
  • Medications dispensed by trained staff
  • Coordination with physicians for medical services
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5 Memory Care Communities in the Newberry Area

Westminster Memory Care Lexington

Support, Guidance and a Shoulder to Lean on For You and Your family

  •  886 Park Road, Lexington, SC 29072
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  • All Inclusive All Inclusive
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    On-Call Physician On-Call Physician
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  • 24-hour nursing care, Exclusive Memory Care Design Features the lastest Technology safety and services
  • Spacious private suites and personal bathrooms
  • Completely secured courtyard with screened porches and walking paths
  • Multiple activity spaces and lounges for socializing with friends, family & staff
  • Fine dining featuring chef inspired southern cuisine

Springfield Place and J.F. Hawkins

Recover • Rejuvenate • Revitalize • Return home

  •  2000 Springfield Circle, Newberry, SC 29108
  • 24-Hour Skilled Nursing Care
  • Short- and Long-Term Care
  • Physical and Occupational Therapies
  • 900 Square-Foot Rehabilitation and Therapy Center
  • Private & Semi-Private Rooms, Beauty/Barber Shop, Fine Dining with Gourmet Menus, Family/Resident Lounge and Outdoor Courtyard

Martha Franks Retirement Community

Come Live Abundantly

  •  1 Martha Franks Drive, Laurens, SC 29360
  • Vibrant Christian community open to all faiths
  • Wellness, cultural & educational programs
  • Library, beauty/barber shop, bistro, gift shop, Chapel, wellness facilities and mail service
  • 24-hour emergency call system & security services
  • Medicare certified short-term rehabilitation

Carroll Campbell Place

The first-class Alzheimer’s care your loved one deserves.

  • Designed as residential and home-like as possible with an openness to create a warm, non-institutional environment
  • Lounges feature bird aviaries
  • All private rooms with private bathrooms (including showers)
  • The Center has controlled access

Lexington Medical Center Extended Care

Extended care for your recovery, in a place that feels like home.

  •  815 Old Cherokee Road, Lexington, SC 29072
  • Post surgical recovery, ortho care, stroke rehabilitation
  • 24 hour nursing
  • Respiratory therapy on site, 12 hours daily
  • Hospice Care
  • Alzheimer's special care unit

What is Dementia, Alzheimer’s, & Memory Care?

Memory Care is a long-term residential care option in senior housing that provides specialized, around-the-clock care to older adults living with all types of dementia.  Memory Care, also referred to as Alzheimer’s Care or Dementia Care, may become necessary once cognitive disorders reach a stage that makes living at home or receiving care at home too difficult. It’s common to find a Memory Care unit within an Assisted Living community, often in a specialized building or neighborhood.  Memory Care housing may also be found in a Continuing Care Retirement Community, a Skilled Nursing Facility, Nursing Home or as a standalone entity or community.

Dementia vs Alzheimer’s

Dementia is a broad term applied to a group of symptoms related to a decline in mental function that is severe enough to interfere with daily living.  Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and traumatic brain injuries are all linked to dementia.  Alzheimer’s is a specific brain disorder, and the most common form of dementia, that destroys memory and cognitive skills over time.  Both dementia and Alzheimer’s may result in memory loss, mood swings, speech impairment, confusion/hallucinations and incontinence.

When Might Memory Care be Necessary?

It may be time to look into a memory care community if you’re concerned for your loved one’s health and safety due to one or more of the following issues:

  • Wandering from home or getting lost on familiar routes
  • Forgetting to turn off stoves or other appliances
  • Changes in personality, such as aggression or hostility
  • Misplacing items and forgetting important dates and names
  • Incoherent thoughts and speech
  • Impaired judgment
  • Physical changes, including weight loss, poor hygiene and falls or unexplained bruises
  • Unpaid bills, insufficient or spoiled food in the home, pets and/or housekeeping are neglected
  • Changes in health and behavior that are beyond your family’s ability to manage

What is the Difference between Memory Care and Assisted Living?

Memory Care and Assisted Living communities both providing housing, meals, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, toileting and walking.  However, Memory Care communities offer additional features that are specifically designed to help residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, in the following areas:

  • Safety: Memory Care communities typically have locked entrances and exits with keypad codes, door alarms and enclosed outdoor spaces. Staff will also escort residents to and from meals and activities.
  • Layout: Soothing spaces, color-coded walls and common rooms clearly marked with pictures to help reduce confusion.
  • Activities: While both Assisted Living and Memory Care communities both offer activities that encourage socialization, Memory Care communities often include therapies and exercises that help maintain cognitive skills and increase relaxation, such as occupational, art or music therapies. They also have predictable schedules and follow set routines.
  • Staff and Training: The staff in a Memory Care community are trained to manage wandering, and to redirect behaviors common to dementia, such as agitation, confusion, aggression and anxiety. There is 24/7 care, a higher staff-resident ratio and personalized care plans.

A Memory Care community can offer your loved one more independence, engagement, safety and specialized support, along with peace of mind for you.   Begin your search for a Memory Care community using our US map above. Our search results include facility pictures, descriptions, floor plans and pricing where available.

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