Connections: Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care in Mesa, AZ
We've Navigated Memory Loss, Too.
Other memory care facilities in Mesa, AZ don’t feature the data-based Connections program. Our signature service is designed to help residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia. We’re here for families too.
Our memory care community provides a secure and stimulating environment. A committed and caring team offers a variety of activities designed to fit the unique needs of those living with cognitive decline.
We understand the time, effort, and emotional toll caregiving can take on a family. If your loved one’s care needs are beyond your abilities, Broadway Mesa Village may be able to help.
Who provides dementia care in Mesa, Arizona?
Broadway Mesa Village’s Memory Care Program Provides Round-The-Clock Care.
Our memory care team in Mesa is specially trained to support residents with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Our specialized community also includes a licensed nurse. We provide medication monitoring and assistance with activities of daily living. Our community encourages comfort and security.
Dr. Sandra Petersen’s Connections program sets our Alzheimer’s care in Mesa apart. Our memory loss team includes dementia care specialists and Connections Academy graduates who provide exercise for the brain and body. Personalized care and intentional programming make a difference.
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Programming for Memory Care in Mesa that Makes a Difference
The right community and programming can significantly improve your loved one’s quality of life.
Engaging the Emotions
Connections can help your loved one stay engaged with:
The connection between the mind and body is well-established in scientific research, and the Connections program encourages physical activity to maximize quality of life in memory care. Mesa, AZ residents under careful supervision can participate in boxing, walking clubs, and other fitness programs to help them achieve an active body and mind.
Challenging the Brain
Our team is constantly finding ways for residents to engage with new information.
Activities designed for brain stimulation include:
We also provide a variety of brain-healthy foods for residents.
Research shows that socialization with others is critical to the maintenance of mental health and cognition. The process of regular interaction with others can help seniors achieve a better sense of belonging and provide a sense of structure through memory care. Mesa, AZ associates provide a variety of group activities that allow residents to foster relationships and connect to others.
Inspired by Experience
Medical Director Dr. Sandra Petersen’s background in the memory care field goes back over 30 years, but it was her own experience that inspired the novel approach of the Connections program.
Over a decade ago, a stroke left her unable to use the left side of her body and connect with language skills; she even had trouble completing a sentence.
“The whole experience gave me not only sympathy, but empathy for those that struggle with cognitive decline,” says Dr. Petersen.
With the help of a brain health specialist, she worked her way back through a variety of techniques designed to rebuild neural pathways, including learning Spanish and ballroom dancing.
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“I wondered whether the same principles that helped me, like connecting through emotion, moving, and learning new information, could work to stimulate the brain of someone with cognitive impairment.”
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