Seabury Meadows Memory Support Center
For Caregivers of a Loved One with Memory Loss
Tuesday, April 19th from 5:30 – 8 PM at Seabury Creative Arts Studio
Individuals who attend this event will learn more about their options when dealing with Alzheimer’s and dementia through a team of professional speakers. The range of topics to be covered will include caring for someone with dementia, while also caring for yourself; dealing with stress and guilt; bringing services into the home; and assisted living memory support.
For more information, or to register to attend, please call or email Beth Lomasky, Director of Health Care Marketing, at 860-243-6024 or email@example.com .
A light dinner will be served.
Ian Macdonald, North Central Regional Director, Alzheimer’s Association
Stacy Ann Walker, Director of Community Outreach Services, Seabury At Home
Lisa Duncan, Marketing Outreach Specialist at Seabury SCN/SVN
Beth Lomasky, Director of Health Care Marketing at Seabury
Jennifer Cavallaro, Director of Operations and Services at Seabury Meadows
Assisted Living with Memory Support Services
The Seabury Meadows Memory Support Center, an Assisted Living community located on the Seabury campus, is designed to meet the needs of residents with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss diagnosis. Seabury Meadows provides innovative care that promotes independence and social interaction, while also providing the added safety and security our residents require.
The Seabury Meadows community consists of 46 private and 6 semiprivate rooms with full bath. These apartments make up four “neighborhoods” each of which has a living room, activity room and country kitchen. The neighborhoods surround a Town Square where residents can enjoy the Technology/Media Room, Beauty/Barber Shop, Café and Chapel. Garden terraces in beautifully appointed courtyards afford residents a secured environment for walks, visits with family members, and outdoor activities. The Meadows offers an extensive calendar of programs designed to enhance and stimulate the residents’ memory and based on individual needs and abilities. In addition, social, spiritual, fitness and wellness and recreational programs are offered for the well being of our residents.
The Meadows is licensed by the State of Connecticut. Seabury Meadows employs specially trained staff who are knowledgeable and compassionate in the dementia specific care they provide to our residents. Relationships build as the staff become an important extension of the resident’s family. Each resident is treated with dignity and respect in warm, friendly, and secure surroundings. Seabury staff provide personalized service and compassion for each and every one of our residents.
Seabury Meadows offers family members ongoing support and education in understanding Alzheimer’s and related memory loss diagnoses. Each month, families and friends recieve a newsletter detailing the month ahead at The Meadows. (To read what one family had to say about the care their loved one received click here.)
Philosophy of CareSeabury responds to the needs of our residents, individually, with expert and specially trained caring staff. Our goal is to work with the families of our residents, giving them the assistance they need, while offering residents the full and dignified life they deserve.
- Licensed Nurse on site 24 hours a day
- Board Certified Geriatric Physician and Board Certified Geriatric Psychiatrist oversee coordination of all care
- Commitment to maintain highest level of independent function
- Fee schedule structured to cover needed care only
- Full range of life enrichment programs
- Extensive calendar of memory stimulation activities
- Daily exercise programs
- Supervised outings to local points of interest
- Beautiful and secure garden terraces and courtyards
- Escorted transportation to medical appointments
The Seabury Meadows Memory Support Center regularly uses music for both leisure and learning. Lead by Seabury’s Chaplain Bob Bergner, 25 Meadows residents are a part of The Meadowlarks Choir. The Meadowlarks meet once a week and have amassed a repertoire of over a dozen secular and non-secular, traditional and original songs in English, Spanish, and Hebrew (with more being added every day).The Meadowlarks enthusiastically support each other and display a unique sense of commitment and focus. Enjoy a short clip about The Meadowlarks: