Murano Senior Living Memory Care Open House

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At Murano Senior Living in Seattle, we understand that a dementia diagnosis affects the entire family. Take a closer look at Opal, Leisure Care’s signature memory care program, and join us for an open house on October 18.

A dementia diagnosis is about more than the mind. Dementia affects every part of a person’s life. That’s why Murano Senior Living memory care provides holistic memory care services that meet the physical, social, emotional, and mental needs of seniors with dementia. Here, residents are known beyond their diagnosis and celebrated for their life stories.

We also know that a dementia diagnosis can alter family relationships and cause stress. We strive to be your partner in care, shouldering the weight of the diagnosis by providing compassionate and well-trained caregivers, innovative programming, and research-backed therapies. Horticulture therapy, storytelling workshops, art, music, and sensory therapy are all delivered in a dementia-friendly manner that encourages and inspires people with dementia and their family members.

Questions for Memory Care Communities

We know deciding which memory care community is the right fit for your family is a big decision. These questions can help you find the best memory care facility for your unique situation.

  1. What type of accommodations does your memory care community provide for residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia? Are rooms shared? Are private rooms available?
  2. What type of training has the staff received? What are the criteria for staff to work in the memory care unit?
  3. What is the monthly rate for housing and care? What services are provided at each rate?
  4. What level of personal care or assistance with activities of daily living are provided?
  5. What is security like in the unit? How does the community protect residents with dementia from wandering?
  6. What meals are provided? Are they served with people who have dementia in mind?
  7. What is the ratio of staff to residents during the day? What is the ratio at night?
  8. What programs are offered, and who leads them?
  9. How often are housekeeping and laundry services provided?
  10. What is the role of the family in care? Are support services provided for family members?

Open house flyer

You’re invited to find our answers to your questions at our Opal Memory Care open house on October 18 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Meet our Opal staff and enjoy bites and beverages in the Murano Senior Living memory care living room with bites and beverages provided. Contact us to RSVP or call Erin Staadecker at (206) 204-5355.

  

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