Being the primary caregiver for your spouse can give you a sense of pride and love. Yet, there may come a time where the amount of care needed is much more than you’re able to give, especially if your spouse is in need of memory support or Alzheimer’s and dementia care. In situations like these, it may be time to consider additional help for your loved one and yourself.
Peabody Retirement Community is a great senior living option for when your loved one needs more care than you can provide. The decision to leave caregiving to the professionals may be a difficult one, but as you’ll see, there are many benefits to getting assistance with caregiving, including a return to your role as a spouse.
We offer couples the opportunity to stay together, even if you have differing care needs. You can both get the level of support you need and the independence you desire, while enjoying a worry-free, low maintenance lifestyle. If you would like to stay together while your spouse receives memory care, there are several options that can fit your lifestyle and relationship.
At The Frank and Laura Smock Memory Enhancement Center, we offer specialized and attentive memory care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other memory disorders. In our newly remodeled memory care neighborhood at Evergreen Park, you’ll find a homelike design that surrounds residents with familiar settings to help them feel more comfortable and at ease. Structured activities and programming contribute to a sense of more freedom and help to maintain and enhance their memories. Our specially-trained staff is skilled at interacting and engaging with seniors with memory loss, and offers personal assistance with activities of daily living, therapies, medication management and more.
Residents enjoy a variety of life-enhancing features and services, including:
Our A Day Away program offers you time to attend to your own needs while your spouse is safe and supported at Peabody. This service is flexible and convenient, and you can use it for just a few hours or all day if needed. If you’re feeling overwhelmed as a caregiver to your spouse, this is the opportunity for you to take some time to renew and revitalize. Services include:
In addition to our memory care program, Peabody provides many services and features to make life easier for you and your spouse. We offer all the comforts of home without the maintenance that comes with home ownership. Our staff provides landscaping, snow removal, trash removal, appliance repair, and other services to free up more of your time so you can live your best life and focus on those you love.
Peabody offers several convenient living options for couples. Our vibrant independent living community is located at the Lindsay Place Garden Homes or the Village Patio Homes. If you need additional help, we offer comfortable assisted living with the right blend of support and independence. Some of the amenities offered with these senior living housing options include free WIFI, restaurant-style dining, private bedrooms and bathrooms, off-campus excursions to shopping centers, interior and exterior maintenance, and much more!
If you’re interested in learning more about memory care at Peabody, you’re cordially invited to our Open House and Grand Reopening to celebrate the renovation of our Evergreen Park Memory Care Neighborhood! Here are the details:
What: Open House for Evergreen Park Memory Care Neighborhood
When: Friday, October 11 from 4-6 pm and Saturday, October 12 from 9-11 am. Ribbon cutting ceremony takes place on Friday.
We will have representatives from the Alzheimer’s Association present to answer any questions you may have, as well as Dr. Patel, our Medical Director; Pam Fountain, Psych Nurse Practitioner; and Robin Fry, Director of Dementia Care Programming. Tours and light refreshments will be available. We’d love to have you!
For more information about our Open House or memory support at Peabody, please call 260-982-8616 or contact us today.