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Dementia Care

Find reassurance and support.

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Specializing in care & compassion for those with memory loss.

According to estimates by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 16 million Americans provide unpaid dementia elderly care for loved ones each year. If the time comes when you need help caring for your elderly loved one, dementia care at The Oaks at Flower Mound can help your family work through the challenges of the disease with empathy and understanding.

Dementia presents itself in different ways from person to person depending on which area of their brain is affected and the stage of dementia they are experiencing. With that understanding, our dedicated team works together with families to establish a care plan based on each resident’s values, priorities and preferences. This person-centered approach allows us to determine how best to manage the effects of the disease according to your loved one’s specific symptoms, needs and abilities.

Specially designed for individuals with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, our memory care neighborhood offers innovative technology, family-style dining and purposeful programming to help slow the effects of dementia and bring out the best in each resident. Our own holistic wellness program, Masterful Moments®, also brings opportunities for enrichment in mind, body and soul every day. Further, the special events and daily activities at our community help residents feel connected to others through meaningful interactions and socialization opportunities.

Living with dementia can be isolating – for both the individual experiencing symptoms and their loved ones. With dementia care at The Oaks, your family becomes our family and you’re no longer alone in dealing with the challenges of memory loss. By helping each resident make the most of their cognitive abilities, helping families address the difficulties of dementia and most importantly, enhancing quality of life, dementia care at our supportive community can truly make a remarkable difference.