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Michigan | Memory Lane Assisted Living
Ypsilanti, MI

We’re making dementia care better for families throughout the Ypsilanti area.

Assisted Living with Memory Care in Ypsilanti, MI

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, finding the right care is one of the most important decisions you will make. You want to find a place that doesn’t just resemble home, but becomes it—a place where there will always be a friendly, familiar face to attend to their needs. At Memory Lane Assisted Living, we believe the families of Ypsilanti deserve the very best in residential senior care, and we strive every day to provide it.

Each of our six-bedroom memory care homes is like a family, where residents engage in activities that align with their interests and build meaningful relationships with caregivers and fellow residents. Explore what makes Memory Lane a special place below, or request your free consultation today for personalized guidance!

Our Memory Care Services in Ypsilanti, MI

Dementia Care

Alzheimer’s disease may be the most common cause of dementia, but it isn’t the only one that Ypsilanti families need assistance with. If your loved one has frontotemporal dementia, Lewy Body dementia, or another condition that causes dementia, we welcome you to reach out! Each of our three homes caters to older adults with different dementia care needs so we can best support your loved one’s health and well-being.

Alzheimer’s Care

An Alzheimer’s diagnosis doesn’t mean the end of joy, fulfillment, and well-being. Our caregivers are trained to help people living with Alzheimer’s disease enjoy every stage of life. We understand the unique challenges that come with this disease, and our caregivers have the time, patience, and compassion to help your loved one navigate them in comfort.

Ypsilanti’s Trusted Memory Care Community

We’ve built our community around one goal: to provide the best possible memory care services to adults living with dementia. Our impressive staff-to-patient ratio ensures that we have the time to attend to each resident’s unique needs and build their interests and preferences into everyday life. We never rest on our laurels when it comes to seeking the best training opportunities for our caregivers and the best therapeutic memory care activities for our residents. And with all-inclusive pricing, you never have to worry about unexpected changes in your care budget.

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Answering Ypsilanti’s Questions About Memory Care

If you don’t see your question below, browse our FAQs page or contact us today for more information!

Memory care is a specialized type of long-term care designed for individuals with memory-related conditions, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. The primary goal of memory care is to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals who have cognitive impairments, often in the later stages of their conditions, where they require a higher level of assistance and supervision.

Memory care is the appropriate choice for those with dementia-related conditions who require specialized, long-term care and support. Nursing homes are better suited for individuals with a broader range of short-term medical needs and physical disabilities. 

The main goal of memory care is to enhance a person’s quality of life and well-being. Nursing homes are primarily focused on providing medical and clinical services and serve those with complex medical needs, physical disabilities, and those in need of rehabilitation after surgery or illness.

Michigan’s Medicaid program does not directly cover memory care. However, there is a Medicaid waiver program called the MI Choice Waiver that can be used to pay for memory care services in an assisted living facility (this does not include room and board). To learn more about Memory Lane’s pricing and how to pay for care, schedule a free consultation today!

Schedule Your Free Consultation Today

We understand that choosing the right memory care community for your loved one is a critical decision. Our compassionate team is here to provide personalized guidance and support throughout your journey. Our caregivers are specially trained to care for individuals with various forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia, Lewy Body dementia, and more. We encourage you to connect with us to discuss your loved one’s specific needs, receive a comprehensive information packet, or schedule a tour to experience our community firsthand.

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