Courtyard Memory Care
The Courtyard Community is designed to affirm the dignity of your loved ones with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other forms of memory loss. Our approach treats residents with the utmost respect, patience, and kindness while offering a sense of purpose and pleasure.
Our innovative senior memory care at Tiffany Springs Senior Living recognizes and adapts to your loved one’s physical, emotional, and intellectual needs throughout their journey.
With an emphasis on wholesome, flavorful, therapeutic diets, medication management, and gently active movements, we work hard to provide a healthier, more rewarding lifestyle.
- Individualized care plans
- Enriching programs and activities
- Medication management, plus mobility, dressing, bathing, and daily living assistance
The carefully chosen, experienced team will build a friendly, personal relationship with your loved one and stay in close communication with your family.
When your loved one is experiencing memory loss, Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, you’re faced with difficult decisions. Trust our expertise, support, and advice.
- Health and Wellness Director
- Clinical licensed nurses and certified nurses, and medication assistants
- Life Enrichment Director
Motivating & Monitoring
Courtyard Memory Care activities are designed to help residents maximize their capabilities by encouraging them to function as independently as they are able and providing assistance as needed. As we carefully monitor our residents’ health and engagement levels, we often see increased stability both mentally and physically.
Guided by the on-staff medical director and clinical staff at our Kansas City senior memory care facility, we keep a watchful eye on how your loved one feels day to day. And we’ll keep you informed every step of the way.
Because we create a close-knit family environment, residents are comforted and reassured in familiar patterns and routines.
Your loved one’s day will be busy and fulfilling. Drawing from the latest research on memory loss therapies, we rely on the preferences and interests of the individual as a way to encourage independence and maintain skills.
- Social interactions
- Creative outlets with art, movement, and music
- Outdoor therapy in the secure landscaped courtyard