Oakmont of Roseville can assist your loved one with dementia, whether they are in the early stages or are experiencing more advanced cognitive changes. We believe that people with dementia can live vibrant, joyfully connected, and engaged lives. Innovative activities, a secure environment, professionally trained team members, and superior building design are all part of our Traditions Memory Care program, so you can rest assured that your loved one is receiving quality care.
The Best Care. For the Best Life.
Traditions Memory Care
Oakmont is designed to be a vibrant, joyful, and purposeful place to live. The Traditions program offers a relaxing environment and specific activities centered on music, sensory stimulation, and tactile stimulation for seniors with memory loss. Residents are engaged with the extra care and patience they may require by compassionate and specially trained team members. The program’s cornerstone continues to be the community, the dining experience, and the social connection.
Our friendly team assists residents in organizing their schedules so that each day is filled with fun activities and meaningful social interaction. To maintain memory and boost cognition, we encourage involvement in physical and brain fitness activities. Residents can take part in activities such as music, movies, painting, and small group events that encourage dialogue and stimulate joyful memories.
A Stimulating Environment
Designed for Engagement
On a daily basis, meaningful and individual group activities provide enriching experiences and connection with others. Residents’ sense of being useful, needed, and valued members of a community are maintained through activities and trips. Residents can use the common amenities, which include both indoor and outdoor areas, at any time. Small-group activity areas can be found all across the neighborhood. Residents may enjoy listening to music, viewing art, or participating in activities that encourage dialogue and recall memories from their past.
Experience Oakmont of Roseville