“Instead of looking strictly at the disease, I look at the person. Everyone who struggles with dementia or Alzheimer’s is a person who raised a family – a person who lived and worked in the community before the onset of the disease. I try to keep that in mind always. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity.” – Maureen Bradley, Director of the Royal Innovation Alzheimer’s Care Program
Mission: The skilled nursing facilities of the Royal Health Group are committed to providing a safe, nurturing, homelike environment that encourages a feeling of comfort and safety through a structured, individualized program.
Philosophy: We believe that the quality of life for a person with Alzheimer’s disease is enriched when we honor the uniqueness of each resident by building on their strengths and understanding the essence of who they are as a person.
Program Overview: The program is based on a social model, with family style dining, and activities provided by both recreation staff and C.N.A.s, resulting in more activities, more engagement and a heightened cognition level in a failure-free environment. We utilize innovative approaches including music and movement to help residents recover memory and cognition.
Leadership: The Royal Innovation: Alzheimer’s Care program is directed by Maureen Bradley LPN CDP, one of the Commonwealth’s most respected memory care experts. Maureen brings 40 years of long term care experience to her position, along with a commitment to providing the best quality of life possible for our residents.
Training: All licensed staff members are personally trained by Maureen Bradley to be Dementia Practitioners, with CNA’s undergoing in-depth dementia training and given detailed background on residents prior to admission.
Short-Term Rehab: Does a loved one with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or a related dementia need short-term rehabilitation? If so, we can help. The Royal Innovation: Alzheimer’s Care program is designed to meet the specific needs of this population in an environment that understands Alzheimer’s disease. Short term rehab is provided in our state-of-the-art rehab facilities, while the resident lives in a secure Alzheimer’s area, creating a mo
Other Benefits: failure-free activities, short-term rehab, hospice services, monthly family support group, family-style dining
Please call 855-275-3286 to speak with one of Royal’s Transition Specialists to walk you through your options for care and services or click here to contact us.
Monthly Support Groups
Maureen hosts monthly support groups for families and friends coping with a loved one’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. These meetings are open to the public and offer the opportunity to take a virtual dementia tour to help you better understand what your loved ones are experiencing.
Monthly Meetings are held every 4th Wednesday at 10 am
Hosted at Atria Woodbriar Park
359 Gifford Street, Falmouth MA 02540
RSVP to Linda Deneault at 978-809-1420 or firstname.lastname@example.org