Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in New Jersey
Specializing in the Placement of Difficult Medical or Behavioral Cases
At Millennium Memory Care we are committed to providing individualized care for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and challenging behaviors.
Our programs are designed to meet the unique needs of older adults with difficult behaviors in a home-like environment. We offer activities for cognitive stimulation and all our homes feature dementia- friendly amenities.
Millennium Memory Care is the best option for older adults suffering from variety of behavioral health issues such as severe anxiety, depression, agitation, paranoia, fearfulness, hallucinations, post-traumatic stress, anger management and all levels of dementia.
Our caregivers are experts in dementia care, and they are compassionate, dedicated professionals who have worked with us for many years. At MMC, staff turnover is very low, and we have employees who have been with us for over 10 years.
By offering compassionate care and understanding the difficulties of a resident who may be resentful towards their caregivers, our staff is able to manage all the resident’s behavioral disturbances. We train our staff to understand that some residents may not have full control over their words or actions and may act unruly or even destructively, but our professional caregivers can handle any situation that may arise.
And with locations in Freehold, Matawan, Monroe, Ocean and Holmdel, we can serve families and residents who need NJ Memory Care from all around the state and parts of NY and PA.
Please call us at 800-261-3701 to discover how we can help your loved one’s suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Who Comes to Millennium Memory Care?
Millennium Memory Care staff is trained to focus always on the positive and address behavioral problems compassionately and professionally without becoming argumentative or frustrated. Our goal is to help our residents with behavioral disturbances live a better quality of life.
- Frequent falls
- Destructive behaviors
- Extreme episodes of agitation
- Refusing and resisting care
- Abusive and destructive behavior
- Self-harm from wandering and unsafe movements
- Screaming and inappropriate vulgar language
Articles by Galina Markovich
Read articles by our own Director, Galina Markovich, an expert in Alzheimer’s disease behavioral dementia care.
Psychiatric Care or the Right Care?
In my 25 years of practice with geriatric populations suffering from dementia, I have learned that patience, proper timing of medications, close observation of immediate needs and an individualized approach are the keys to success in managing difficult cases of dementia. Read more…
Challenges with Challenging Behaviors
Dementia care is becoming ever more needed in an increasing variety of settings including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, boarding homes, rehab centers and of course, in the homes of friends and neighbors. It is crucial to understand what the best care setting is for someone with behavioral dementia. Read more…
Quality of Life During COVID-19
I want my mom to have a good quality of life. These are the words I most often hear when family members bring their loved ones to Millennium Memory Care. When Covid-19 started to spread throughout the U.S. in early March, Millennium Memory Care (MMC) was one of the few communities that limited non-essential visitations, provided all employees with PPE, and required them to wear N95 masks. Read more…