Our Memory Care Facilities are designed to support the health, comfort and well-being of residents affected by neurological traumas and disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease.
Each memory care design uses elements that aid residents' treatment and care. Design elements include:
Other DPA memory care design elements are continuous pathways for outdoor courtyards and memory boxes placed beside patient rooms for easier wayfinding.
Douglas Pancake Architects (DPA) is an architectural firm specializing in the design and build of memory care facilities for seniors and adults with neurological traumas and disorders. With more than 25 years of experience, DPA’s architects and design specialists, understand the importance of incorporating the best lighting, color schemes, and designs to assist with the physical, emotional, and psychological needs of facility residents.
Memory care facilities take assisted living care a step further by providing a more specialized focus for residents with Alzheimer’s and other memory-impairing diseases. While still receiving support services such as laundry, daily meals, and housekeeping, memory care residents normally require a higher level of care with daily activities. Although memory care facilities can vary in offered services, there are a few basic characteristics that help define them.
24-hour supervision and assistance, daily meals, medication management and laundry and housekeeping services