The Reflections Program is designed for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other memory disorders. The program approaches care using the Alzheimer’s Association’s Habilitation Therapy Model, which emphasizes positive emotional responses. It concentrates on the skills residents have today.
In our Reflections Program, with our individualized care plans, we help our residents see how much they still can do and enjoy every day.
This is accomplished by our expertly trained care team, led by a full-time RN who is the Reflections Program Director, and a full-time Reflections Life Enrichment Director. Our higher than industry average staff-to-resident ratio allows for multilevel, simultaneous activities.
The Reflections Memory Care Program includes:
- Team supervision 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Self-administered medication management
- Individualized care plans, updated as needs change
- Delicious well balanced meals and healthy snacks
- Frequent, regular communication with family
- Professional and expertly trained staff
- Daily activities and exercise
- Weekly outings
- Beautiful gardens in fully enclosed courtyard
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Since moving to Reflections, my mom has participated in more activities than ever before. She started bowling for the first time in her 93 years and many weeks she has the best score. Who knew?! She also participates in “Zumba”, goes on the weekly van ride, visits local farms to see the animals and goes on the ice cream trips – just so much to do!
See what we’ve been up to in our Reflections Memory Care program by browsing our photo gallery!
Hidden Treasures Photo Gallery
Hidden Treasures is a specialized art appreciation program for individuals with early to middle stage Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia and their caregivers. Developed by the Fitchburg Art Museum in collaboration with Life Care Centers of America, The Highlands, Hidden Treasures is an adapted art education program designed to promote failure-free learning and interaction through discussions of selected works of art.