Silverado Memory Care Community Amenities
The life-enriching amenities enjoyed by Silverado residents on a daily basis are all designed with the challenges of memory impairment in mind. By providing a wide range of specially-created features, residents experience dignity, comfort and purpose in ways that best fit their needs and preferences.
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Activities that are age-appropriate, build self-esteem, maintain dignity and offer opportunities for growth and creativity. Club programs focus on abilities, interests and histories.
Communities are organized in "neighborhoods" that offer programming tailored to residents' individual needs, challenging them appropriately without being too easy or frustratingly difficult. Independence is maximized for their neighborhood.
Based in research and recent studies, Nexus at Silverado is a pioneering program designed to help early-stage residents build and maintain cognitive ability, the goal being to slow the progression of dementia.
Children have a noticeably positive effect on residents. We encourage the presence of children in communities wherever possible, whether through partnerships with local schools and organizations or by welcoming associates to bring their children to work. See stories here!
Pets in the Community
Pets, both community animals and those belonging to residents, provide love, companionship and a sense of purpose while giving the opportunity to maintain dignity and self-esteem
See some of our favorite pet stories here.
These cabinets, located outside each room, display important keepsakes and help residents find their room while providing valuable reminders of the things they hold most important.
Meals at Silverado are prepared to be nutritious while also appealing to eyes and palate. Programs are available for residents with special dietary needs.
Families and visitors are always welcome to enjoy a meal with their loved one at no charge.
The communites' secure, enclosed courtyards and walking trails encourage mobility, maintain strength and balance and help to foster a sense of independence and freedom while maintaining safety.
Working in the garden helps reconnect many residents with memories related to hobbies or experiences working in agriculture.
Check out Silverado Southlake's unique Renewal Garden!
Group outings and activities are designed to offer new experiences and an opportunity for social interaction, which are excellent tools to prevent the self-isolation that often accompanies dementia.
See some examples here!
Silverado communities offer Flexible and Overnight Care, allowing families who provide care at home the chance to recharge while their loved one receives the same world-class levels of care residents do.
Find out more here.
When weighing your options for memory care we encourage you to research all options thoroughly. To help compare offerings at Silverado with other providers we've created a convenient checklist.
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