Hickory Hall Memory Care
As part of our full continuum of health care services, Hoosier Village offers a specialized Memory Support program for residents who have Alzheimer’s disease, cognitive decline (dementia), or other forms of memory loss.
Our goal in providing Memory Support is enhancing the quality of life for individuals with memory loss, as well as their caregivers. Families are welcome to visit 24/7 and are always invited to join their family members for meals.
Our nurturing staff members have at least 30 hours of specialized training in caring for individuals with memory loss, including a dementia simulation process to help better understand the progression of the disease.
Hickory Hall is home to two separate Memory Support neighborhoods, each of which houses 18 residents. Both provide inviting environments and a great deal of freedom for residents to move about their homes. Programming also includes plenty of staff-accompanied time outdoors on our 300-acre campus for those who are interested. We offer golf cart rides and walks.
All Hickory Hall Memory Care Apartments include the following features and services:
- Three meals a day including snacks
- Assisted Living Program Services
- Cable TV
- Utilities (except for telephone)
- Wireless Internet
- Personal laundry services
- Weekly housekeeping with daily tidying and bed-making services
- 24-hour staffing and security
- 24-hour nursing services
- Emergency call system in each apartment
- Attractive floor coverings and window blinds
- Maintenance services
In-depth interviews are conducted with family members prior to their loved one moving to memory care. This allows us to learn about the individual’s life, career, hobbies, preferences, etc., and create a comprehensive personal care plan.
We welcome a two-week minimum respite stay for families who need a break from caregiving. This is an ideal way to introduce specialized memory care to a loved one.