Brandon Wilde in Evans, GA, offers two levels of memory care to Augusta-area seniors. For seniors with early-stage dementia, Windsor House allows your loved one to go about their daily life in a safe, secure and relaxed family environment. Our attentive, highly trained staff provides care tailored to help your loved one get the most out of every day. All our private suites are connected to a commons area and we have a courtyard with benches, chairs and a walking path. Your loved one can participate in a full calendar of concerts, speakers, music therapy, exercise classes and more, here on the Brandon Wilde campus. View our calendar.
To learn more about how our memory care services can help your loved one, fill out our form or call 706-801-3566.
We also offer specialized long-term memory care neighborhoods for those with more advanced stages of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. We offer a program called Heartfelt CONNECTIONS — A Memory Care Program®. This person-centered program is grounded in the belief that the abilities that remain are far more important than those that are lost. The diversity of our planned mental, physical and spiritual activities encourages residents to engage in activities they enjoy, despite increasing impairments.
Our services and amenities include:
- Private suites
- Medication administration
- Assistance with personal care
- Chef-prepared meals and snacks
- Individualized social activities
- Certified music therapist
- Secure environment
- On-site 24/7 licensed nursing staff
- Comfortable living areas
- Secure central courtyard with green spaces and walking paths
Memory care frequently asked questions
Memory loss, whether from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, affects both your loved one and your entire family. At Brandon Wilde, we work with individuals, family members and caregivers, to balance respect and care with the acknowledgement that each person’s preferences and routines are important to their well-being. Our thoughtful layout and design creates a more homelike feel to help reduce confusion and provides complete security around the clock. With special programs designed for those with memory loss, memory care at Brandon Wilde enables pleasant and peaceful days. Learn more about the difference between assisted living and memory care on our blog.
Dementia refers to the loss of cognitive functions (thinking, reasoning, the ability to remember) that are severe enough to interfere with a person’s daily functioning. This group of symptoms isn’t a disease in themselves, but may accompany certain diseases or conditions.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. It’s a progressive, degenerative disease of the brain characterized by loss of function and death of nerve cells in several brain areas. It initially affects recent memories and new learning, and eventually robs individuals of long-term memories.