Memory Care at Generations at Lewiston in Lewiston, ID

Memory Care in Lewiston, ID

What is Memory Care?

Memory care facilities serve seniors living with dementia, providing long term care as the disease progresses. People with dementia may be able to live in an assisted living community in the earlier stages of the disease, but staff training in memory care units tends to be geared towards a higher level of care. Staff members in memory care facilities are trained to care for older adults with all forms of dementia.

Memory Care at Generations at Lewiston

We understand caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's can be one of the most difficult challenges in your life. Experienced and compassionate help is available at Generations at Lewiston. Our memory care community is dedicated to caring for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of memory impairments in a nurturing, residential environment.

With our innovative dementia care program, we create individualized care plans for our residents. Plans are based on their levels of need—which may increase over time as their needs evolve. Our program is managed by a nurse, and we can aid with the activities of daily living. Our specially trained caregivers are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. We also partner with a myriad of health care professionals to help provide the most innovative services for our residents.

Generations at Lewiston


2421 Vineyard Ave Lewiston, ID 83501 US

memory care services at Generations at Lewiston in Lewiston, ID

Maintaining Independence for Memory Care Residents

Our memory care program is rooted in a resident-centered approach focused on creating feelings of belonging and purpose for residents. We seek to preserve their dignity and sense of self, and provide comfort and security in a safe, familiar, and stimulating environment. We strive to keep our residents engaged in life mentally, emotionally, and physically.

Independence is key to ensuring happiness and quality of life. Our residents value their independence as it brings with it, dignity, control, self-esteem, and fulfillment. We encourage independence as much as possible as it often creates a sense of achievement and pride in our residents’ accomplishments. Taking control of certain aspects of their day-to-day tasks can not only lift the mood and outlook of a resident but can also help improve their overall health and well-being.

Holistic Approach Based on Eight Components

Our Memory Care Program’s holistic approach in caring for people with dementia is based on Eight Core Components. These proven components help support and comfort our Residents and enrich their daily lives.

  1. Personal care and activities of daily living
  2. Social interaction
  3. Emotional support
  4. Physical activity
  5. Mental stimulation
  6. Life-enrichment activities
  7. Artistic expression
  8. Good nutrition

Memory Care Services and Rates

Our monthly base rate includes:

  • Licensed nurses
  • Caregiver assistance 24-hours a day
  • Assistance with bathing
  • Assistance with dressing
  • Assistance with meals
  • Assistance with medication management
  • Incontinence management
  • All of our staff have dementia/mental health training

*subject to availability

Encouraging Residents to Thrive

There is no doubt that dealing with Alzheimer’s and dementia can be a difficult journey for seniors and their families. As dementia symptoms progress, our goal is to improve our residents’ sense of well-being by providing emotional support and helping to maintain familiar activities and social contacts. This allows us to provide a nurturing atmosphere in which all residents are encouraged to thrive—wherever they are in their dementia journey.

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Learn more about Generations at Lewiston

Browse our menus, life enrichment activities and floor plans below. For more information about memory care options in Generations at Lewiston, please contact us today.

Generations at Lewiston Testimonial

"Our mom has been a resident at Generations at Lewiston for the past18 months. She was living in assited care prior to hip surgery and her dementia progressed to the point that she needed constant monitoring. We were in a very difficult position to quickly locate a home that would accept dementia reisdents. We met with Debbie and she immediately started the process to have mom evaluated and the paperwork done to accept mom. We were impressed and gratfeul that day and have continued to be impressed with all of the interaction we've had with the administrative staff. Our questions and phone calls are promptly answered and we are kept aware of what's going on with mom."

~ Sherry D. (Resident Family Member)


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