Supportive Living Memory Care

Supportive Living Memory Care

Our Supportive Living Memory Care Program provides person-centered, activity-based care for seniors diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias in accordance with the State of Illinois Supportive Living Memory Care guidelines. We utilize the Alzheimer’s Association Life Services Network, Activity and Social Service consultants and a variety of other long-term care resources to assist us with interventions and delivering quality memory care programming.

Supportive Living Memory Care Services are Available at this location

Asbury Gardens

North Aurora, IL

Asbury Court

Des Plaines, IL

Personalized Memory Care

We believe that every resident of our memory care program is a vital, changing human being who deserves the opportunity to plan and make decisions for him or herself within the framework of their cognitive abilities. They also deserve the opportunity to take responsibility for their life and activities within the limits of their functional abilities. 

We provide the residents of our memory care program with an environment that promotes the greatest possible cognitive, physical, social and spiritual function. Our programs are designed to meet the changing cognitive needs of these residents, and to provide them with excellent care delivered by sensitive and knowledgeable staff. We create an environment that provides flexibility as our residents’ needs change, which supports their remaining cognitive abilities with person-centered care and provides respect, peace and dignity both in life and at the time of death.


Our Supportive Living Memory Care program includes a wide variety of services for both our residents and their families.

  • Family orientation & council
  • Room transfer
  • Environmental safety
  • Call light use
  • Flexible daily programs
  • Activities/social services
  • Therapeutic approaches
  • Bible stories
  • Fun & games
  • Creative art programs
  • Normalization activitites
  • Community outings
  • One-on-one visits
  • Assistance with dressing, grooming & toileting
  • Exercise
  • Rest periods
  • Resistance to care
  • End of life issues
  • Snacks
  • Hydration
  • Dementia education program
  • Elopement & behavioral management
  • Use of historical information in person-centered service planning
  • Safeguarding residents from stressful & unfamiliar situations