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Learn About Care Options for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Our lives are composed of memories; Memories of friends, family, holidays and special occasions, and obstacles overcome. So when a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it can feel overwhelming. The truth is that a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is life-altering for everyone involved – not just the family member with the diagnosis.

Do you have questions about Alzheimer’s?

Are you curious about innovative care and therapy options?

Maybe you just want to visit and experience a memory care community to get a better sense of future options?

Alzheimer’s FAQ

Depending on where you are in your Alzheimer’s care journey, you’re likely to have many questions. Let’s start with a few basic questions.

What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that causes difficulty with memory, thinking, and sometimes behavior. In fact, it is the most common form of dementia, accounting for 60 percent to 80 percent of all cases. As a progressive disease, with symptoms worsening over time, Alzheimer’s has no cure. However, we can improve the quality of life for those with Alzheimer’s and their loved ones. Whether your loved one is suffering from early-, middle-, or advanced-stage Alzheimer’s disease, The Kensington Redondo Beach provides the right specialized treatment, tools, environment, and compassion necessary to provide each individual the support they need. We love and care for your family as we do our own.

Have questions? Contact us today to learn more!

What are the stages of Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s disease typically progresses slowly in three general stages — mild (early stage), moderate (middle-stage), and severe (late-stage). Since Alzheimer’s affects people in different ways, the timing and severity of dementia symptoms vary as each person progresses through the stages of Alzheimer’s differently.

What are the leading causes of Alzheimer’s?

While the exact causes of Alzheimer’s disease aren’t fully understood, scientists believe that for most people, Alzheimer’s disease is a combination of genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors that affect the brain over time.

Less than 1 percent of the time, Alzheimer’s is caused by specific genetic changes that virtually guarantee a person will develop the disease. These rare occurrences usually result in disease onset in middle age.

Are you curious and seeking innovative memory care and Alzheimer’s therapy options? Maybe you just want to visit and experience a memory care community to understand your future options better? We’d love to talk with you about your personal Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Contact us see what The Kensington Redondo Beach has to offer your loved one.

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We love and care for your family as we do our own.

The Kensington Redondo Beach, a Dedicated Memory Care Community

At the Kensington Redondo Beach, we help work through the challenges and address the concerns that come with Alzheimer’s and memory loss, treating our residents with the utmost respect and dignity. We love and care for your family as we do our own. We recognize that the family is an essential part of this journey. That’s why we have thoughtfully designed a state-of-the-art, personalized memory care program that benefits all kinds of resident and family situations. 

With an exceptionally high staff-to-resident ratio, we can offer highly individualized, comfortable, and peaceful care by providing your loved one with the following unmatched support:

  • Licensed nurse on-site 24/7
  • Dedicated Director of Memory Care
  • Specialized Memory Care team
    • Full-time Memory Care Supervisor
    • Director of Nursing Services
  • Comprehensively trained caregivers and staff
  • Psychological and psychiatric services
  • On-site physical, occupational and speech therapies 

We believe in supporting our residents’ strengths and discovering unique ways to find the beauty in each moment.

We believe that each resident is truly valuable and important – regardless of the severity of his or her memory loss. That’s why we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all care. Instead, we curate our efforts to fit each individual. We provide individual services such as:

  • Extensive support programs
    • Wheelchair assistance
    • Two-person or three-person assists
    • Wound care
    • Hospice
  • Medication and diabetes management 
  • On-Site Rehabilitation
    • Physical
    • Occupational
    • Speech
  • Accommodation of special diets all overseen by a registered dietitian
    • Diabetic
    • Renal
    • Gluten-free
    • Vegetarian
    • Open seating with table linens and Fiestaware
    • Hydration program
    • Focus on healthy meals that include foods high in antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids and B complex vitamins

The Connections Neighborhood

Connections is designed for residents who are experiencing early-to-middle stages of Alzheimer’s, and provides an intimate and comfortable environment. As such, the neighborhood is made to care for those who are showing intensifying signs of memory loss. 

  • Anxiety
  • Fear of getting lost
  • Isolation 
  • Depression
  • Decreased confidence
  • Difficulty completing everyday tasks without reminders
  • Agitation and confusion in the later afternoon/early evening (“sun-downing”)

In Connections, we strive to help residents be independent and active, guiding them to find purpose and meaning with their daily interactions and socialization. We stay attuned to our residents’ maximum cognitive abilities and recall in order to make the most of their strengths and abilities, in order to support them and their families. 

  • Structure and routine for each day
  • Fully secured
  • Comfortable home-like spaces, filled with sounds and smells found in our homes such as laughter, music, pets, and baking
  • Areas for fresh air and sunshine
  • Pets welcome
  • Resources to monitor whereabouts

The Haven Neighborhood

Designed for those residents who are showing advancing signs of memory loss, Haven provides peace and security for those with middle-to-late stages of Alzheimer’s. 

  • Difficulty identifying family and friends
  • Difficulty managing daily activities and good hygiene
  • Agitation and confusion in the later afternoon/early evening (“sun-downing”)

We commit our efforts to a foundation of care that creates a safe and soothing space with minimal agitation and an abundance of compassion, giving individuals that require more assistance a level of care to match their needs. 

  • Structure and routine for each day
  • Fully secured
  • Resources to monitor whereabouts
  • Comfortable home-like spaces, filled with sounds and smells found in our homes such as laughter, music, pets, and baking
  • Pets welcome
  • Lots of natural light and areas for fresh air
  • Adaptive design features (to help with recognition)

We Love and Care for Your Family As We Do Our Own

Though Alzheimer’s can be a tough journey, it is one that your family doesn’t need to go through alone. At the Kensington, we are proud to serve as your caregiver-partner so that your time spent with your loved one can be full of smiles, laughter, and memorable moments. We encourage family and friends to come visit your loved one as often as possible, though you can rest assured knowing that when you are not here, your loved one is in compassionate, capable, and knowledgeable hands. 

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and is experiencing memory loss – no matter the stage – the Kensington is here to help.

A Community Centered on Loving Care

Where your loved one can feel at home, with an exceptionally caring team.