Your loved ones deserve to have an enriching and meaningful life, and that is our goal. We understand that memory loss affects each person differently. Our experts create individualized plans, unique to each resident, focused on their needs and abilities to preserve their happiness, health, and dignity. Our memory-cared residents participate in therapeutic, non-pharmacological activities, supervised and assisted by professionals 24 hours / 7 days a week with respect, care and compassion.
This program focuses on improving skills related to intellectual capacity, memory, reasoning, emotional states, and language, etc. Thanks to this program, and according to the specific situation of the user, it is possible to recover functionalities and also stop their deterioration.
Older people who have limitations in their physical and cognitive abilities should participate in activities that provide sensory stimulation, as they may not be able to access this variety of experiences on their own, which allows gentle stimulation of the senses. Sensory stimulation involves an act of communication that improves the feeling of well-being.
Alzheimer's is the most frequent cause of Dementia. This disease is characterized by memory loss, language disorders, loss of sense of orientation and difficulties in performing tasks or solving problems. The ability to be autonomous and carry out activities of daily life fades away so that as the disease progresses, more help and care will be necessary, during most of the day.
This disease affects the nervous system in a chronic and progressive way. It belongs to the so-called movement disorders and it is the second most frequent neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer's. Typical symptoms are tremor at rest or stiffness. It is caused by the lack of dopamine in the body, a substance that transmits information necessary to perform normal movements.
Stroke or Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)
Also known as Embolism or Thrombosis, it is a disease that affects the blood vessels that carry blood to the Brain. When a blood vessel breaks, it is blocked by a clot or another particle, part of the Brain does not get the flow of Blood, Oxygen and Glucose that it needs, resulting in the nerve cells of the affected area not receiving Oxygen, so it does not they can work and die within a few minutes.