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What is Transitional Care?

Our unique Transitional Care option provides a gradual transition and progressive assistance for those with early-to-mild memory loss.

The Transitional Care program allows our residents to continue to live in the assisted living area of our community while participating in a program to help those living with memory issues with the support of their peers.

This intermediate program offers smaller group activities that are less challenging, yet still stimulate and maintain brain activity. We provide an environment of close interaction and constant supervision from a staff member. We also encourage participation and socialization to avoid isolation. Residents in transitional care benefit from the extensive memory care training that all of our staff complete and which is why Aegis Living is a leader in the senior care industry.

Transitional Care provides:

  • An environment of close interaction and supervision by our highly trained staff.
  • Care givers who encourage socialization and participation in community events to avoid isolation.
  • Activities and dining options tailored to their comfort and ability levels.
  • Elevated security and safety measures.
  • Medical care, support services, and personal assistance options that are available based on residents’ needs.
  • An opportunity to age in place with dignity in a home of their own, reducing the possibility of yet another move if more care is needed.

The goal of Transitional Care is to allow residents to cope more successfully with their Alzheimer’s or dementia and to maintain their independent lifestyle for as long as possible. We strive to slow the progression of memory loss with a structured environment that socially engages our residents, reduces their anxiety, and increases their self esteem.

The Transitional Care program enables residents to cope more successfully with their challenges and to maintain their assisted living lifestyle for as long as possible.