Social Opportunities at Every Turn
Research agrees: Connected adults are healthy adults. Socialization with peers is even more important when living with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia. Connected living allows your loved one to be themselves among their friends, participating in a variety of social events and programs designed with healthy socialization and cognitive exercise in mind. Isolation is a common coping mechanism for seniors living with early stage cognitive decline, but being alone only adds to how quickly the disease progresses. Your loved one will stay connected and find something in common with neighbors. And, your loved one will always be an integral part of Mirabelle’s home.