Memory Care in Bridgewater, NJ
Dedicated support for memory loss.
The memory care neighborhood at The Arbor in Bridgewater, NJ offers a comfortable, supportive and engaging environment for up to 10 residents. Our highly trained care team gets to know each resident’s background and interests to create opportunities that help residents reconnect to memorable moments and engage in meaningful activities.
Activities and programs are designed to complement each resident’s individual needs and enrich their daily lives. In addition, group activities help residents connect with others on a daily basis. Exercise classes, such as Morning Stretch, Movin’ to Music and Walking Group, boost physical and mental health. Brain games, trivia and jigsaw puzzles stimulate memory and sharpen cognitive skills. Sing Along and Refreshment Social offer opportunities for connection.
At The Arbor, we’re committed to providing programs and activities that help residents find purpose and joy. In our safe, supportive environment, individuals with memory loss can find a renewed sense of self with people they know and trust.
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Activities to engage mind, body and spirit.
From walking group and balloon volleyball to flower arranging and nail time, there’s something for everyone.
- Chef-prepared meals and snacks
- Laundry and housekeeping
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Licensed nursing staff on-site 24/7
- Medication administration
- Pet therapy by certified therapy animals
- Music therapy
- Art therapy
- Restorative programs for mobility
- Personalized activities and group programs
- Private suites
- Comfortable common spaces
- Secure courtyard
- Walking paths
- Safe supportive environment
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between memory care and assisted living?
Memory care provides support for activities of daily living similar to assisted living, but also offers specialized staff, memory-based programming and a secure environment. Memory care in a community setting often can reduce the incidences of emergencies, violent behavior and isolation in those with age-related dementia.
What signs might indicate that my loved one could benefit from memory care?
People with age-related dementia tend to forget things that just happened, have trouble making decisions, get confused by things they’ve seen and heard, and may have trouble sleeping. As the condition progresses, they may not recognize familiar people and places, they may wander, get irritated easily, or need help with daily activities such as eating, dressing and bathing. A physician can do tests to see if your loved one has a form of dementia or some other condition causing similar symptoms.