MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., July 28, 2015 — Brandywine Senior Living’s Memory Care dementia curriculum, Reflections Certification Program (RCP) has been reviewed by the Alzheimer’s Association® and meets the Alzheimer’s Association’s dementia care recommendations in the following topics:
– Communication and Understanding Behavior
– Social Needs and Activities
“At the heart of everything we do at Brandywine is to invest in the individuality and identity of each resident. Training our team in all aspects of dementia care is important for them to be successful in understanding and caring for someone with memory care needs. We are honored that our training curriculum has been reviewed and recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association® in meeting their Dementia Care Practice Recommendations,” said Maria Nadelstumph, Vice President of Organizational Development & Program Excellence at Brandywine Senior Living.
Brandywine President and CEO, Brenda Bacon also added, “We put a lot of hard work in providing the best in memory care for our residents, and this care starts with great training programs. We are proud of our Reflections Certification Program and we will continue to invest our time and energy into it as new Alzheimer’s research and data comes our way.”
View the link on the Alzheimer’s Association website to view what goes into qualifying programs and companies to meet the specific dementia care recommendations
About Brandywine Senior Living
Brandywine Senior Living is a leading provider of quality care and services to seniors. Dedicated to promoting independence, dignity and individuality, the Brandywine team has a long history of providing a network of healthcare services in the Mid-Atlantic region including assisted living, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, and sub-acute rehabilitation.