Hampton Dementia Assisted Living
Assisted Living You Can Count On
We’ve Been Caring For The Elderly Since 1986
We’re An Assisted Living Home For The Memory Impaired
We’re available For Tours 7 Days A Week
We Welcome Walk-Ins Monday Through Friday
We Provide Family-Style Living For Senior Adults
We Can Ensure Your Loved One Receives Exceptional Care
We Prioritize Patient Satisfaction
Mount Carmel Assisted Living, a Hampton dementia care living center, we primarily focus on providing a
welcoming home for those with
memory loss diseases. Here residents can live in a low stress environment with dignity, comfort
and the assurance that help is always available. We have significant knowledge
regarding the best practices for taking care of residents with dementia. Our
assisted living facilities in Atlanta have the experience to take and handle residents who struggle
with aggressive behavior by providing a stress-free environment and management
Contact the professionals at Mount Carmel Assisted Living to learn more about
our Hampton dementia care.
Residents who live at Mount Carmel Assisted Living benefit from:
Fully furnished bedrooms with full baths
Assistance with activities of daily living
Assistance with feeding, if necessary
Transportation to medical appointments
24 hour supervision from qualified personnel
Daily housekeeping and linen services at no extra charge
24/7 video monitoring of entire facility (public spaces only)
All toiletries provided to residents for their use at no extra charge
Three nutritional meals a day and complimentary snacks/beverages between meals
As a locally owned company, we live in the community that we serve in.
As such, we take pride in the service and care that we offer our residents
and strive to treat all of our residents as if they are our own loved
ones. Additionally, at our Hampton dementia care living center, we try
our best to accommodate all family situations.
What Is the Difference Between Assisted Living and Memory Care?
While assisted living facilities provide excellent care for seniors who
solely need additional care and support, if your loved one is suffering
from dementia or
Alzheimer's, memory care is a specialized facility that is able to care for these
disorders. Memory care works with each patient to address their memory
related illness as well as other factors that affect the illness, such
as nutrition, exercise, cognitive function, and more.
What Is the Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer's?
It's not uncommon for people outside of the medical world to use dementia
and Alzheimer's interchangeably. While they share many of the same
symptoms, dementia and Alzheimer's are starkly different. The main
thing to recognize is that Alzheimer's is actually a disease whereas
dementia isn't. Instead, dementia refers to a series of symptoms that
have a large impact on memory, the ability to communicate effectively,
and the ability to perform daily activities. Therefore, Alzheimer's
is one of the most common causes of dementia.
Additionally, while Alzheimer's is a disease, dementia is often the
result of disease(s). For example, people with Huntington's disease
and Parkinson's disease commonly develop dementia following their
What Are the 7 Stages of Dementia?
- People with no dementia diagnosis and no mental or physical symptoms of
dementia are considered stage 1.
- There is normal forgetfulness that can be characterized as normal signs
of aging. You may notice some level of forgetfulness, but dementia symptoms
are still not highly apparent.
- Also known as mild cognitive impairment (MCI), stage 3 dementia will show
increased forgetfulness, decreased performance at work, speech difficulty,
and difficulty focusing on everyday tasks.
- Also known as moderate cognitive decline, this stage usually lasts around
2 years. The cognitive issues can be detected during an exam. Individuals
in stage 4 have difficulty concentrating, can forget recent events, have
difficulty managing finances and difficulty traveling alone. It is also
common in this stage to have difficulty socializing.
- This stage is where mid-stage dementia starts. The dementia symptoms will
become very easy to identify and the individual will need help completing
daily living activities. Short-term memory will be mostly lost and confusion
and forgetfulness will be more pronounced throughout activities of daily living.
- In stage 6, a person with dementia can start forgetting the names of family
and friends. They may also have little memory of recent events. Communication
is severely disabled and delusions, compulsions, anxiety, and agitation
- This is the last stage where very severe cognitive decline lasts an average
of 2.5 years. A person in this stage usually has no ability to speak or
communicate and requires assistance with most activities, including walking.
Visit Mount Carmel Assisted Living Today
long-term dementia care for our patients. We have cared for clients facing dementia
for nearly 30 years. Mount Carmel Assisted Living Center in Hampton is
available for tours of our facility 7-days a week and walk-ins are welcome
Monday through Friday. We are open to answer any questions and address
any concerns you and your loved ones may have about our facility and care.
Contact us today at (770) 824-3385 to speak with one of our staff members who can
tell you more about our services.