Memory Care in Danvers, MA

The Linden at Danvers offers senior living services — assisted living and memory care in Danvers, Massachusetts.

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Memory Care at The Linden at Danvers

memory-care-coupleThe Linden at Danvers is committed to providing personalized, quality memory care services to Danvers, Massachusetts seniors. We ensure the comfort and wellness of our residents, through dementia care that is person-centered and provided by our compassionate staff members with a whole lotta heart. Our caring and committed staff receive specialized training to provide holistic dementia care to residents,even as their needs change throughout time.

At The Linden at Danvers we understand how overwhelming a dementia diagnosis can be for residents, which is why we partner with residents and their families through every step of their dementia care. We know that home care is incredibly difficult, and we offer professional care in a home environment, providing comfort and strength when you need it most. Our warm and welcoming team members provide support groups for families with dementia and empower residents by offering art therapy, horticulture therapy, and music therapy, in addition to our innovative Life Enrichment Program.

The Linden at Danvers’ Life Enrichment Program allows residents within the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia to access specialized small group programming, in addition to our person-centered approach to care, that follows the Teepa Snow program of care and engagement.

High-Quality, Personalized Dementia Care in Danvers, MA

Residents at The Linden at Danvers receive the highest quality, holistic memory care through Opal – our innovative approach to memory care that treats the whole individual through seven pillars of wellness. By addressing these seven pillars, we ensure that each resident is receiving the holistic care they need while living purposeful and intentional lives. Our pillars also give residents a flexible schedule that provides comfort, balanced with the freedom to adapt their schedule to fit their personal needs.

Our signature PrimeFit program focuses on the unique physical abilities of each resident in both group and private sessions. We take into consideration the preferences and life story of our residents to create active moments throughout the day.

From scenic drives and themed dinners to holiday events and excursions, we ensure our residents feel included in society and maintain important social connections.

By providing a range of activities like picnics in the park, nature preserves, or live music at the community, our residents have the opportunity to experience the very things that have had importance to them their entire lives while also cultivating new experiences and interests.

Because spirituality means different things to different people, we draw from the life story of our residents to provide daily opportunities to practice meaningful spirituality in ways that are important to each resident.

Activities that elicit expression and provide sensory stimulation, like drawing, clay sculpting, or flower arranging are just a few of the ways residents can express themselves creatively each and every day.

Our goal is to offer daily opportunities for residents to complete tasks with a purpose. We find that tasks, like watering plants or helping the staff, become quite meaningful for residents.

We know that individuals living with a diagnosis of dementia often experience and express themselves through the five senses. The Opal program provides daily opportunities for our residents to positively interact in our community through what they see, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

Our signature PrimeFit program focuses on the unique physical abilities of each resident in both group and private sessions. We take into consideration the preferences and life story of our residents to create active moments throughout the day.

By providing a range of activities like picnics in the park, nature preserves, or live music at the community, our residents have the opportunity to experience the very things that have had importance to them their entire lives while also cultivating new experiences and interests.

Because spirituality means different things to different people, we draw from the life story of our residents to provide daily opportunities to practice meaningful spirituality in ways that are important to each resident.

Activities that elicit expression and provide sensory stimulation, like drawing, clay sculpting, or flower arranging are just a few of the ways residents can express themselves creatively each and every day.

Our goal is to offer daily opportunities for residents to complete tasks with a purpose. We find that tasks, like watering plants or helping the staff, become quite meaningful for residents.

We know that individuals living with a diagnosis of dementia often experience and express themselves through the five senses. The Opal program provides daily opportunities for our residents to positively interact in our community through what they see, hear, touch, taste, and smell.

And all of our care services are provided with a whole lotta heart.

Comforting Memory Care that Feels Like Home

memory-care-caregiverOur residents and their families also experience peace of mind knowing that we are located near world-class medical facilities in the greater Boston area: Beverly Hospital and North Shore Medical Center – Salem. Memory care costs are in addition to the monthly rent and are based upon an assessment of individual needs and preferences. Our staff will conduct an evaluation of services provided on a regular basis.

Residents enjoy dementia-friendly private studio suites and companion suites that range from 333-533 square feet and include bathrooms designed for comfort and safety, as well as 24-hour emergency communication systems. We invite you to call The Linden at Danvers your home. The Linden family is waiting to help you restore balance in your life, to walk this road with you, and be your partner in care when home care is no longer an option. Here, you will receive the individualized care and compassion you need, with a whole lotta heart.

Memory Care Apartment Features

  • Private studio suites and companion suites
  • Bathrooms designed for safety and comfort
  • Smoke and alarm system
  • Fire sprinkler system
  • Wi-fi
  • Cable TV
  • Individually controlled air system with digital thermostat
  • Dementia-friendly designed rooms
  • Private suites feature and private entry door for each resident
  • Emergency wireless pull cord system
  • Secure outdoor courtyard

Memory Care Services

  • Dementia-friendly menu
  • Menu for specialized diets
  • Alzheimer’s support groups
  • Music therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Horticulture therapy
  • Life skills stations
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Frequently Asked Questions

How many memory care facilities are there near Danvers, Massachusetts?

There are over 15 memory care facilities near Danvers, Massachusetts, but only one Leisure Care memory care community that provides high-quality care with a whole lotta heart: The Linden at Danvers.

What are the top-rated memory care facilities near Danvers, Massachusetts?

There are more than a few top-rated care facilities near Danvers, Massachusetts, and you can use Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Elder Affairs website to look more into the best memory care option for you and your family.

What is the difference between senior living, memory care, and assisted living?

There are not many differences between assisted living care facilities and memory care, as memory care communities often provide many of the same amenities and services that assisted living does. The primary difference between the two types of care is that memory care provides residents an environment that is better-optimized to dementia, in addition to increased supervision.

When should I move my loved one with dementia into memory care?

A diagnosis of dementia can be overwhelming, and can sometimes make it difficult to determine if an assisted living or memory care community may be best for a loved one. However, there are often a few indicators that can help you make a decision, including a loved one’s feelings of isolation, lack of safety, and potential to wander. If you find that your loved one is experiencing isolation or is becoming increasingly unsafe due to wandering, memory care might be the right type of care place for him or her. You can read more signs, which might help you make your decision, at “10 Ways to Know It’s Time to Move to Memory Care.”

What type of care is provided at a memory care facility?

Though each memory care community and place is different, the type of Alzheimer’s care that is often provided at facilities includes personalized care that is tailored to the uniqueness of each individual resident to ensure optimum comfort, health, and wellness.

What should I expect from a memory care facility?

Every memory care place has its own strengths, but typically, you can expect 24-hour care and memory-enhancing therapies within a memory care facility, as well as staff members that are compassionate and focused on providing high-quality care with dignity to residents.

Hear From Our Staff

  • My coworkers and residents are so nice, they make working here an amazing opportunity. I love helping our residents and love making them smile!

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    Gui L.
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  • I enjoy working at The Linden at Danvers because of my nice coworkers and the fabulous residents that have become friends and family. They always have a smile and a kind word to help make you feel good.

    Receptionist
    Shirley B.
    Receptionist
  • I love my job because of my residents and fellow staff! Working in memory care and assisted living shows me the huge difference we make in each other’s lives and our residents’ lives.

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    Bobleene G. C.
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