Memory Aids

Posted October 14, 2013
Scenes on the memory care deck at Aegis' new Madison residence, replicating fond reminiscences for its residents

Alzheimer’s Association / 206.363.5500 / alz.org
Peer-to-peer support, caregiver support groups, education seminars and workshops and early stage memory loss forum.
Elderwise / 206.774.6604 / elderwise.org
Adult day center, respite for caregivers, education and
outreach, located in First Hill.
Frye Art Museum / 206.432.8211 / fryemuseum.org
Here:now arts engagement program with gallery tours and art-making class.
Full Life / 206.528.5315 / fulllifecare.org
Care consultation, adult day health centers, home care
and supportive living homes.
Greenwood Senior Center / 206.297.0875 / phinneycenter.org  
Alzheimer’s Café, The Gathering Place and other engagement activities.
Seattle Parks & Recreation Lifelong Recreation
206.684.4664 / seattle.gov/parks/seniors

A wide range of fitness and social activities, such as Memory Loss Walking Group and Remember the Hungry.

 

Residential Facilities
Aegis / 866.688.5829 / aegisliving.com
Memory care floors in new Madison and Marymoor communities help redirect residents and spur socialization via vignettes of familiar settings in their neighborhood.
Providence “The Mount” Mount St. Vincent / 206.937.3700 / washington.providence.org
Assisted living and skilled nursing apartments, not separated by diagnosis, emphasis on drug-free responses to behavior.

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