At our memory living Woodcliff Lake NJ community, care professionals get to know each resident to ensure we provide care tailored to his or her unique needs. With an abundance of welcoming surroundings, our safe, secure community inspires residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia to stay active and socialize with staff and other residents.
Signs Memory Care Assistance Is Needed
As people age, they lose brain cells. This loss of cells sometimes affects a senior's ability to remember a friend or family member's name, or where he or she left their car keys. If your loved has been pressured by a telemarketer into purchasing something they didn't need, it may be an early indicator of memory issues. Since many seniors today have to take more than one medication at differing times of the day, medication management becomes a priority when the first signs of dementia occur.
Choosing the Best Senior Community
The Borough of Woodcliff Lake is nestled in the northwest corner of Bergen County. Originally home to the Algonquin Indians, Dutch settlers moved to the area during the 1600s to farm the fertile Pascack Valley. It is an upscale community and home to several major corporations. The Garden State Parkway runs through the heart of the borough. With memory-related diseases on the rise, finding quality care can be a challenge. Recognizing this, we offer special amenities and services for residents with memory loss.
Fox Trail Senior Living understands the decision to place a loved one in memory care is important, and support your efforts to make the best choice. Call to today to schedule your visitation.
AMENITIES & SERVICES
We're proud to offer comprehensive amenities and services, including:
- Memory care
- 24-hour personal care
- Professional and highly trained staff
- Housekeeping and laundry services
- Wellness programing
- Help with managing medications
- Flat screen TV
- Community kitchen
- Computer / Internet access
- Pet friendly
- Dining room
- Walking paths
- 24-hour security system
- Home cooked meals
- 3 meals and 3 planned snacks per day
- Programming and activities
- Local transportation
- Priority admission to rehabilitation and nursing centers
- Medications and medical supplies
- Beauty/barber/massage services
- Cable TV in room
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My father moved in last month. I visit him weekly. When visiting I normally stay for lunch and activities. I have been impressed with the food and the staff involvement. I would recommend Memory...
"My father moved in last month. I visit him weekly. When visiting I normally stay for lunch and activities. I have been impressed with the food and the staff involvement. I would recommend Memory Care Living to anyone with dementia."
— Lily T.
" chose it because of the small amount of people there. It's a more intimate setting than being in a large group of elderly people. It's as home-like as it could possibly be. I didn't want my mother in a place that feels like an institution. The caregivers bend over backwards for you. I had an issue with the quality of the food. They were using cheap bread and a lot of canned things. I brough this to their attention and then I saw some whole wheat bread on the table instead of the cheap bread.One thing I don't like is that in the contract it says the common area is for the quiet enjoyment of the residents but there's a couple of ladies that sing and talk loud and especially during dinner, it's disruptive to the other residents and it upsets my mom. The aids do their best but they can't just keep them in their rooms. I haven't seen many activities, so I can't comment on those."
— Linda H.