alzheimers patient working in his garden

The Supportive Care Unit is a secure wing within the facility dedicated to residents requiring special care and have the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or other types of Dementia.  It provides an environment that is safe and dignified. The surroundings profoundly influence the behavior of the residents, enabling them to be successful despite their limitations. The goal of the unit focuses on the needs of the confused, the cognitive impaired, the wandering, or those with special emotional or behavioral issues.

The activity programming is designed to meet the needs of the cognitively impaired. We also have a beautiful court yard that enables the resident to enjoy the outdoors while providing a secure environment.

The coordinator for the Supportive Care Unit is involved the local Alzheimer’s Support Group sponsored by the Greater PA Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.

alzheimer's patients in a collage