Rhythms Dementia: Our Memory Support Program

The Rhythms Approach to Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Our innovative Rhythms philosophy and approach to memory support centers on and adapts to each person’s natural rhythm of life. We strive to educate everyone who is living with dementia—including families and communities—so that they feel supported and can offer support to others on the dementia journey.

Our Memory Support Principals and Beliefs

People living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia experience the world differently. We believe an enriching memory support community has an important role in supporting each person to safely and successfully experience a life worth living.

Innovative Programming

Reinforces a sense of purpose by engaging each person’s passions and abilities.

Intuitive Communication

Helps us identify and accommodate unmet needs by respecting the use of actions, expressions and emotions for expression.

Compassion-Driven Approach

Embraces individual differences and adapts to meet personal needs.

Personal Connections

Are nurtured by emphasizing productive interactions with an effort to understand, validate and redirect.

Person-Centered Memory Support

Our memory support programming focuses helping people live as successfully as possible with dementia so that we can personalize our approach to better serve their needs. Our care partners are trained to recognize changes in communication and they understand that their responses and interactions contribute to each person’s relationship to life at our communities.

We understand that dementia is a “whole community” disease, so we offer support to families and loved ones as well. We believe we are all living with dementia.

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"I made some good friends after moving to Clermont Park. My family loves it. They have also met a lot of good people here."

- Georgia Bell, Resident

Al Binford

"Clermont Park is a great place to live. You can participate as much or as little as you want in community activities. You can meet as many people as you like, and they are generally open, so I’ve made a lot of friends in the short time I’ve been here. "

- Al Binford, Resident