Memory Care in Middletown

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Welcome to The Compass Memory Care Community

New Directions at Compass Memory Care is the highly-acclaimed memory support program offered at Meadowcrest at Middletown. 

Our innovative approach to caring for residents with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia focuses on evidence and research-based programming backed by consistency, support, and a dedicated team of highly skilled staff.  

The New Directions program centers on a simple philosophy: emotional memories are deeply etched, and believe those memories can still be reached.

Compass and New Directions

The Meadowcrest Difference

The Compass Memory Care neighborhood at Meadowcrest at Middletown offers rewarding and fulfilling activity programs personalized for our resident’s abilities, interests, and strengths. 

Therapeutic recreation programs promote the well-being of mind and body while focusing on the essential aspects of life: 

  • Physical
  • Social
  • Emotional
  • Educational
  • Cognitive
  • Spiritual

Our customized programs have been shown to reduce the need for pharmacological intervention while improving our resident’s quality of life.

Customized Care Plans

Our Compass Memory Care neighborhood is specially designed with each resident’s safety, health, and personal fulfillment in mind. We work hard to ensure that everyone experiences an individualized, comfortable, and pleasant daily routine. 

Each community member can choose from various options and activities that are developed to pique their interest, provide opportunities for socialization, and promote active participation. 

At Meadowcrest at Middletown, we provide everything our community members need to achieve the highest quality of life. A few of our on-site amenities include: 

  • Visiting primary care physicians
  • Licensed nurses on-site 24/7
  • Specially trained, compassionate staff 
  • Wellness checks and nutritional guidance
  • Fall risk reduction programs
  • Exercise and fitness programs
  • Medication coordination and management
  • Pharmacy services
  • Programs promoting socialization, engagement, and interaction
  • On-site rehabilitation services

A Community That Feels Like Home

Compass Memory Care neighborhoods are designed to enrich the lives of our residents living with memory loss. Our community is a beautifully appointed environment that includes various thoughtful touches, like: 

  • Family-style dining with an open kitchen to encourage socialization and participation
  • A comfortable and familiar home-like setting
  • Centrally located activity centers
  • Beautifully landscaped grounds with serene gardens and walking areas in a secure outdoor space
  • Lifestyle and learning stations
  • Natural lighting
  • An inviting lounge for socializing and visiting with family and friends

If you think our Compass Memory Care neighborhood at Meadowcrest at Middletown sounds like an excellent fit for your loved one, book a tour today.

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