MEMORY LANE...Smiles, connections, moments of joy...
In our 24-bed secured unit dedicated to the care of people with memory impairment, our staff seeks to find the keys to enable your loved one to:
When Alzheimer's or dementia hits home, it can discourage and exhaust not only the victim, but also the entire family. When the physical and emotional burden of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease is too much, it is time for a walk down Memory Lane. When it is no longer safe for a loved one to be at home because of confusion, wandering or lack of safety awareness, it is time for a walk down Memory Lane. When incontinence, lack of hygiene or poor nutrition threaten the general health of a loved one with dementia, it is time for a walk down Memory Lane. When depression seems to overwhelm your loved one who has Alzheimer's disease, a walk down Memory Lane can help to lift the cloud of hopelessness.
The professional, competent, compassionate staff of Memory Lane is dedicated to assist your loved one to integrate unique life experiences of the past with present interests and talents. We have the experience and expertise to simplify and enhance the activities of daily living for your loved one and focus on abilities rather than disabilities, helping to preserve dignity and a sense of well-being.
Crandall Medical, on the campus of Copeland Oaks Retirement Community, has been awarded 4 stars for excellence in patient care and staffing by the U. S. Government Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Crandall Medical Center has consistently been rated over 90% in resident satisfaction in surveys conducted by the Ohio Department of Aging.
Memory Lane at Crandall Medical Center offers:
Health Care Services provided by:
Each of the 24 beds in Memory Lane is certified for Medicare and Medicaid. Crandall Medical Center is contracted with many Medicare Alternative plans and HMOs.
For more information or to visit Memory Lane, call Candy King, LSW, Admissions Coordinator at 330-938-1085.