Menu Close
buckner retirement services question icon


Contact us today to learn more about Calder Woods

Signs Your Loved One Needs Memory Care Services

Signs Your Loved One Needs Memory Care Services

Changes in your memory, behavior, and health are natural signs of aging. As a person ages, memory care is a top concern among senior adults and their family members. Changes in memory and health can be scary for both senior adults and their families. A comprehensive memory care program can offer a balance between independence and care that makes residents and family members feel safe. 

Call Calder Woods now if you and your loved ones need compassionate memory care. Our faith-based senior living community offers a range of care, including memory care, in Beaumont, Texas. Call our team now at 409.407.7636 to learn more about our affordable memory care. 

What Is Memory Care for Seniors?

Memory care communities provide specialty care for those living with dementia and Alzheimers. These assisted living communities provide a balance between care and freedom. Residents enjoy their own private space and connect with others in their community. Memory care offers safe indoor and outdoor spaces for residents to enjoy without the fear of getting lost or endangering themselves and others. An assisted living community can help with changes in mobility, administering medication, and ensuring residents get the nutrition support they need through onsite dining. 

5 Signs Your Loved One Needs Memory Care

Realizing it’s time for memory care and dementia support can be difficult. It can be hard to know when someone is struggling with early signs of dementia and Alzheimer’s that can affect their wellbeing. If you’re worried about someone you love, look for these common signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia:

Changes in behavior — A decline in self-care or neglecting a pet’s needs.

  • Confusion and disorientation — Getting lost in your own neighborhood, forgetting where their care is, and walking home. 
  • Changes in physical health — Decreased appetite, physical weakness, forgetting meals.
  • Incontinence — This is a common part of the aging process but can become hard for home caretakers, especially when people develop frequent infections.
  • Death of caregiver — Many people dealing with changes in memory are cared for by loved ones. If their loved ones die or can no longer care for them, it’s time to transition into a memory care home. 

While forgetfulness is common, especially as people age, changes in memory and orientation can cause danger to oneself or others. If memory changes are sudden, talk to a doctor right away. Sometimes, memory changes come with changes in diet. When someone’s behavior becomes erratic and potentially dangerous, especially involving driving, cooking, and operating other appliances. It’s time to seek memory care. 

Affordable Memory Care Programs in Beaumont, TX

While looking for a memory care program can be overwhelming, settling into a dementia care facility can bring family members relief. Train specialists can ease the stress and anxiety of those experiencing dementia and Alzheimers. 

At Calder Woods, we provide a safe, inclusive, faith-based memory care community in Beaumont, Texas. Beaumont provides scenic landscapes and vibrant culture as one of Texas’s smaller cities. The residents at Beaumont receive compassionate care for dementia and Alzheimers. Our programs also include therapy like:

Occupational therapy

  • Speech therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Medication assistance

Calder Woods believes in affordable memory care programs. Our luxury community provides onsite dining, fitness programs, educational programs, and a community spa. Our pet-friendly community helps seniors thrive no matter what phase of life they’re in. 

Learn More About Buckner Calder Woods

At Beaumont, we know your top priority is understanding your loved one is safe and engaged in their community. Beaumont’s memory care programs provide the luxury senior living with the care residents need. Our faith-based community focuses on connection preventing senior isolation in order to help seniors thrive. Call us now at 409.407.7636 to learn how our assisted living program can help you.