Memory Care

When an individual is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, daily living can be overwhelming and challenging. At Lodge of the Wabash, we go above and beyond to support those individuals and their families to obtain the highest quality of life by offering memory care.

Our memory care program is designed to help meet the needs and ensure safety to those individuals through a safe, comfortable, homelike environment. Our licensed, special care staff assist residents in making the most of their strengths and abilities, helping them to feel included and to remain connected socially. Through person-centered care approaches, meaningful moments will always be created with your loved one.

Memory care residents have the opportunity to have their own suite, ensuring privacy. We see our residents as a unique person and encourage families to customize each room to reflect each resident’s personality and individuality.

At Lodge of the Wabash, we understand the challenges associated with the loss of memory and other cognitive skills, especially when it impacts a person’s ability to perform daily tasks. Families can feel at ease knowing their loved one is being cared for at the Lodge as we strive to provide excellent healthcare, while treating each resident with respect and dignity, and continuously building relationships with families to help connect better with each person.

Memory Care Features and Benefits

  • Programming consisting of social and recreational activities
  • Exercise programs
  • Individualized care plans
  • Assistance with bathing, grooming, and dressing
  • Incontinence care
  • 24-hour licensed staff
  • Registered dietician prepared meals
  • Community support groups
  • Therapy services
  • Free cable



"I really enjoy volunteering and helping the residents at Lodge of the Wabash. I try to go every day. I love helping people and some of the residents depend on my to be there and help them with things. My volunteer time at the Lodge helps me as much as it helps the residents."
Paul T.

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