St. Andrew's at Francis Place wants everyone to feel at home, and this component of our person-centered care model holds especially true for seniors experiencing memory loss. Our team treats residents like families, and our nurses, therapists, and doctors get to know each individual on a personal level, which is key.
We boast about our expansive campus and the wilderness surrounding our Eureka-based community; but for residents in our memory care household, we know that easy-to-navigate, close quarters help seniors with dementia feel in control.
Not all communities and Assisted Living Facilities are equipped to handle residents with memory loss. Having one, dependable long-term care community eliminates the uneasiness many older adults experience with multiple transitions late in life.
Our family-friendly community makes it easy for friends and families to visit loved ones. We offer free tours and consultations, our nurses and therapists demonstrate gentle care techniques to help seniors experiencing memory impairment feel comfortable, supported, and dignified.
If your loved one needs memory care, please consider touring our carefully-designed secure household. Our modern techniques, activities, and expertly-trained St. Andrew's at Francis Place team individualizes our treatment to best serve our residents.Schedule A Tour
The transformed St. Andrew's at Francis Place has been recognized for its remodeled activity center. Beyond the great deck overlooking our hilltop community and fun games, we also incorporate activities that engage seniors and invigorate their minds.
The best way to combat and reduce the symptoms of dementia and other forms of memory loss is 'making connections.' The strong bond our team forms with our residents ensures that we make the most out of each and ever day. We do not subscribe to any 'one-sizes fits all care model.'
The household is designed around comfort of life. Our home-like community implements Vitality Activity Programing and the seven domains of wellness.
In addition to 24/7 care, our Director Of Nursing, Julie Waterhouse, and our Activities Director, Dana Byers, mentor a program that meets in groups and individually with each memory care resident 4 times per week.
We welcome families & friends to visit or volunteer, which help elders thrive emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally.