Memory Care

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Remembering Every Last Detail

Our hearts ache for those suffering from Alzheimers, dementia, and other cognitive challenges. This is why we bestow the same loving level of care we would extend to members of our own families upon every guest and resident. This dedication is immediately evident when visiting a Walker Methodist memory care location for the first time. It's gentle here. Calm. Patient. Filled with understanding and full of light.

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What is Kaleidoscope?

A group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope—a perfect description of the ever-changing swirl of color and patterns they create together in flight. Butterflies symbolize powerful transformation, and they are a fitting illustration of the journey of memory loss.

We named our memory care program Kaleidoscope, a representation of the journey through change. And at Walker Methodist no one makes this journey alone—they are part of a Kaleidoscope—a supportive and caring community that, together, creates a beautiful picture.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who decides if assisted living or memory care is needed?

Walker Methodist's healthcare providers will work together with you, your family, and your practitioner to determine the lifestyle that's right for you.

What is the ratio of staff to residents?

Walker Methodist staffs every community with a team of professionals large enough to immediately tend to every resident's needs. We pride ourselves on knowing each resident’s likes and dislikes, to build relationships based on trust.

What is Memory Care?

Memory care at Walker Methodist provides specialized, compassionate support for loved ones with Alzheimers, dementia, or relat­ed cognitive conditions. Every member of our professional team is dedicated to personal respect and dignity for every resident. Our experienced healthcare specialists provide comfort and care – 24-hours a day – in Walker Methodist's custom-designed therapeutic settings.

Whistling Dimple Miller is Home Again, Home Again

It can be hard to communicate with people affected by the Alzheimer's. For families like Dimple’s, knowing she’s safe and well cared for is one thing, but witnessing her happiness is another.

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The Ultimate Guide to Senior Living

From what to look for on tours to how to finance to how to transition with ease and excitement, this all-in-one guide is a comprehensive kit to all things senior living.

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Walker Methodist Music Director performs Send in the Clowns

Walker Methodist Music Director Malcolm Anderson knows the power of music in creating connections. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Anderson continues to deliver songs like these to residents, giving them a sense of belonging, stirring up memories, and reminding them that they are loved.

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