It is Quail Park's goal to be the trusted name in Dementia Care in West Seattle.
If your loved one has been diagnosed with Dementia or another form of memory loss such as Alzheimer's, we offer specialized support and activities designed specifically for their diagnosis. Our professional team overseen by on-site licensed nurses is trained and ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure your loved one is safely and securely cared for. They are deeply committed to surpassing the ever-changing needs of your loved one.
Family members receive updates and support along with all-family events within our communities. We encourage the family to participate in one of the many monthly community support groups we offer as well as the educational workshops offered throughout the year. Our dementia care community is designed to meet the comfort and needs of your loved one, while providing you and your family the satisfaction of knowing your loved one is well taken care of.
Our team is dedicated to meeting our residents’ needs with dignity, safety, and dependability. Because dementia affects each person differently, we offer activities and care plans to suit the needs of each resident. The team at Quail Park is passionate about taking special care of your loved one. Our passion drives us to stay on the cutting-edge of dementia care for a healthy, enriching, and fulfilling journey for your loved one in our caring community.
Dementia is not one specific disease, but a term for a collection of symptoms related to cognitive decline. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in seniors, other types of dementias include vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, and frontotemporal disorders.
Caregivers and family members have many challenges in caring for a loved one who needs dementia care. Dementia is a progressive and makes it more and more difficult for a person to think clearly all the time, take care of themselves, remember things, and communicate with others. It can cause troubling behavior problems and cause the person to have mood swings. Dementia can even change a person’s behavior and personality.
Good communication skills are essential in dementia care. It’s important to remember that attitude and your body language can say more to your loved one than your words.