We spend most of our lives creating lasting memories with the people we love. It’s what shapes who we are as well as our relationships. So when a person’s memory begins to dissipate, the transition can be challenging and confusing. We’re here to guide you along that path and lighten your load. Aspen Senior Care provides memory care services for seniors in all of the Utah Valley, including the Provo and Orem areas, who may be suffering from Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.
Our Utah County Memory Care Services
The most important service we can offer when providing memory care is to help keep seniors’ mind active and stimulated. Aspen Senor Center, our sister organization in Provo, does a great job of helping seniors with dementia stay engaged and having fun every week day. They are a licensed senior day care facility and have a great reputation for working with seniors with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. To learn more, call them today at 801-607-2300 and visit www.AspenSeniorCenter.org.
Also, our experienced staff of in-home dementia and Alzheimer’s caregivers and staff work tirelessly with seniors to keep them doing the things they love to do. Memory loss doesn’t have to mean losing who you are and what you love to do! Listening to music, playing games, working on puzzles, doing arts and crafts, and more are just a few of the fun activities our caregivers help our clients enjoy both in their homes and at Aspen Senior Center in Provo. Call us today to learn more.
Why Choose Aspen Senior Care in Utah County?
When a loved one starts to develop memory problems such as Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia, he or she may feel depressed or lonely. It may be hard for family members to sympathize or know how to care for him or her. Our committed staff is available to help during this challenging time. We want nothing more than for you and your loved one to continue to enjoy each other’s company and cherish the memories you’ve made together.
Our sister company, Aspen Senior Center, is an activity day center for seniors who are suffering from dementia or other memory challenges. It’s a place where they can spend the day in the company of other fun-loving people. Our programs focus on stimulating cognitive function, light exercise, social activities, and providing nutritious meals for seniors. To learn more about the center, please visit www.aspenseniorcenter.org and call 801-607-2300.