"The first time I walked into the Galway House I thought that was the place for my mother."
"I knew it would be important to her to be in a home environment, to have her own bedroom, and furniture."
"What we wanted most for our mom was independence in a surrounding similar to what she had been living."
About Alzheimer's Care Homes
Eric J. Hall
Presented by: Eric J. Hall
President and Founding Chief Executive Officer of the Alzheimers Foundation of America (AFA)

Alzheimer's care homes are an alternative to caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's at home or placing them in a nursing home.

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Our homes are well run and maintained 24 hours a day by a staff that has been trained specifically for the care of residents with memory loss, and related dementia disorders .

Galway Homes are carefully selected ranch style houses, designed to accommodate five residents in a warm comfortable environment, which feels just like home. Our homes are in quiet upscale residential neighborhoods, which have backyards and gardens for residents enjoyment.

A smaller home-like setting, with more personalized care, has been shown to be a far superior living arrangement than that found in large institutional environments. These environments can sometimes be very confusing to people suffering from this disease. Adding to the sense of being at home, residents furnish their bedrooms with their own familiar belongings.

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