Memory Care Communities Reduce Likelihood of Nursing Home Admission

According to a recent national study, older adults with dementia who live in memory care communities are less likely to be admitted to acute care hospitals and nursing homes compared to those who live in traditional assisted living settings.

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The study found that when compared to traditional assisted living settings, specialized memory care communities tend to have higher staffing ratios, provide specialized staff training, and offer an environment that supports independence for those living with memory disorders. Learn more about The Ganzhorn Suites care model and programs here: