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Memory Care at The Brielle

The Brielle features Life Care Services’ renowned Heartfelt
CONNECTIONS – A Memory Care Program® for those with
Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias. This person-centered philosophy is grounded in the belief that the abilities that remain are far more important than those that are lost.

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Heartfelt Connections—A Memory Care Program™

The Brielle features the renowned Heartfelt Connections—A Memory Care Program™, a person-centered approach grounded in the belief that the abilities that remain are far more important than those that are lost.

Our team employs reminiscence tools to help residents’ family members capture the details of residents’ lives—their careers, hobbies, likes and dislikes. We then apply the insights gained from each life story to create an individualized care plan that promotes physical and emotional well-being, prolongs daily functioning, and helps maintain a sense of purpose, satisfaction, and quality of life.

Heartfelt Connections

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Unparalleled Services and Amenities

At The Brielle, our residents experience exceptional services and amenities (all included in the monthly fee) that support and nurture every aspect of personal well-being.

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Encouraging Abilities. Enriching Lives.

The Brielle offers enjoyable and enriching memory care activities that meet a wide range of physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs. Activities include resident baking club, creative arts expression, stimulating cognitive games, social opportunities, exercise programs, music programs, pet therapy, and more.

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Dining at The Brielle

At The Brielle, neighbors and friends enjoy three meals a day in the dining room and all-day refreshments. Our culinary team is ready to prepare favorites and to meet dietary requirements.

Memory Care Floor Plans

The Brielle’s care-inclusive memory support neighborhood offers a smaller more intimate and focused setting for residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in either studio or companion suite floor plans. Our dedicated team is committed to making a personal connection with residents as unique individuals, neighbors, and friends with rich histories to offer individualized wellness plans reflecting both needs and lifestyle.

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Respite Care & Short Stay Program

At The Brielle, we understand that being a caregiver can be
extraordinarily rewarding. We also realize that there may be times when a home renovation could make caregiving safer, a well spouse could benefit from time to recover from their own knee replacement surgery, or perhaps some time could help an adult child to recharge and return refreshed. That’s why we designed our Short Stay Program.

 

We’ll take care of everything — from a fully furnished private room, to daily nutritious meals, to medication administration, and beyond — as well as access to all the services and amenities The Brielle has to offer.

Residents and Their Families Love The Brielle!

Frequently Asked Questions

While both assisted living and memory care provide assistance with the activities of daily living—such as help with showering, dressing, grooming, and medication management—memory care at The Brielle offers a specific type of compassionate Alzheimer’s care and dementia care that is specially designed for those with memory impairment. In addition, memory care residents live in a specifically designated “neighborhood” designed for safety, security, and socialization.

Memory care at The Brielle provides a specially designed, whole-person approach to Alzheimer’s care and dementia care. Residents live in a warm and friendly, family-like neighborhood with the safety of 24-hour onsite staffing and the loving care of highly trained personnel who implement proven memory care programs that encourage and celebrate remaining abilities. It would be virtually impossible to duplicate this level of round-the-clock safety, sense of community and socialization, and specific expertise in Alzheimer’s care by using an in-home care service.

Medicare covers some costs of memory care, such as prescription medications through Medicare Part D. However, it does not cover the cost of residing in a memory care community.

Yes! Residents are welcome to bring furniture they cherish to make their residences feel like home.

Have Questions about The Brielle?

We’d love to hear from you! Just reach out to our expert team and we’ll be happy to help in any way we can.

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