Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia CareFor older adults with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias, CJE SeniorLife is a knowledgeable source of care, support, programming and residential options. Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common dementia in older adults: dementias due to strokes and Parkinson’s are also prevalent in the community. CJE SeniorLife has experience in caring for older adults with these dementias, as well as atypical dementias such as frontal lobe dementias and primary progressive aphasia. Committed to innovation, creativity and evidence-based research, CJE staff is skilled at helping families learn how to cope with a diagnosis of dementia and can provide social and support services to allow a family member to remain in his or her home or transition to an assisted living or skilled nursing setting.

With 39 years of experience, CJE SeniorLife is a highly recognized provider of programs and services for older adults and their families as they face the changes that occur with aging.

Many older people are able to remain independent in their own homes with assistance from CJE SeniorLife. Even those who have Alzheimer's Disease, or cognitive impairment can benefit from Culture Bus and Adult Day Services which offer a supervised structured program in a group setting that maximizes the potential of each participant by promoting autonomy, creativity and self-esteem.

For those needing more care and supervision, CJE SeniorLife has residential options including The Friend Center for those with early to mid-stage dementia and Lieberman Center for Health and Rehabilitation for those who would benefit from more advanced skilled nursing care.

Our goal? To help ensure that people with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia optimize their cognitive, functional, spiritual and emotional well-being. Our experienced staff and variety of programs can help you in many ways... just call 773.508.1000.

 

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