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Memory Care That Helps You Experience More Possibilities For Your Life.

Realizing a loved one is in need of assistance can be a very emotional time. Braley Care Homes specializes in Alzheimer's & Dementia and offers exceptional, yet affordable care in a professional, compassionate manner.

Memory Care That Helps You Experience More Possibilities For Your Life.

Realizing a loved one is in need of assistance can be a very emotional time. Braley Care Homes specializes in Alzheimer's & Dementia and offers exceptional, yet affordable care in a professional, compassionate manner.

The Family Assessment Form and the Behavior Profile are guides designed to assist you in determining the level of need for your loved one.

After you have completed these forms, feel free to send via mail or fax to the attention of Chris Braley, Braley Care Home’s licensed clinical social worker. He will be happy to discuss the results of the assessment tools and any other concerns you may have.

The Family Assessment Form and the Behavior Profile are guides designed to assist you in determining the level of need for your loved one.

After you have completed these forms, feel free to send via mail or fax to the attention of Chris Braley, Braley Care Home’s licensed clinical social worker. He will be happy to discuss the results of the assessment tools and any other concerns you may have.

Chris Braley interview

Why Choose Braley Care Homes?

Braley Care Homes was created from a father and son’s passion for quality assisted living in a home-like environment, spawned from their experience in the mental health field.

Chris and Dean Braley opened Braley Care Homes on March 29, 2005. Braley Care Homes expanded into Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and, memory care services in 2008. Chris Braley is the owner and administrator of Braley Care Homes and it remains the only free-standing Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and memory care facility in West Virginia. Our facility was built with dementia care in mind and is the ideal environment for someone with this disease. It is locked 24 hours per day and has a beautiful outdoor courtyard with a pastoral view, which is secure at all times.

Our memory care activities and behavior programming is geared toward meeting each individual’s needs, which helps keep their anxiety level down and reduces the risk of behavior issues.

Chris Braley has a bachelor’s and Master’s degree in social work and is an LICSW (licensed independent clinical social worker). Chris shares, “dementia is not only in my professional life, but also in my personal life. My grandmother and father suffered from dementia, so I know the pain the families go through as they watch helplessly as their love one suffers. Our goal at Braley Care Homes is to tap into each resident’s unique qualities and help bring a calmness to both their life and their family’s life.

Chris Braley interview

Why Choose Braley Care Homes?

Braley Care Homes was created from a father and son’s passion for quality assisted living in a home-like environment, spawned from their experience in the mental health field.

Chris and Dean Braley opened Braley Care Homes on March 29, 2005. Braley Care Homes expanded into Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and, memory care services in 2008. Chris Braley is the owner and administrator of Braley Care Homes and it remains the only free-standing Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and memory care facility in West Virginia. Our facility was built with dementia care in mind and is the ideal environment for someone with this disease. It is locked 24 hours per day and has a beautiful outdoor courtyard with a pastoral view, which is secure at all times.

Our memory care activities and behavior programming is geared toward meeting each individual’s needs, which helps keep their anxiety level down and reduces the risk of behavior issues.

Chris Braley has a bachelor’s and Master’s degree in social work and is an LICSW (licensed independent clinical social worker). Chris shares, “dementia is not only in my professional life, but also in my personal life. My grandmother and father suffered from dementia, so I know the pain the families go through as they watch helplessly as their love one suffers. Our goal at Braley Care Homes is to tap into each resident’s unique qualities and help bring a calmness to both their life and their family’s life.

About Us

Braley Care Homes, located in Hurricane, WV, is the only free-standing Alzheimer’s Dementia Care Facility in West Virginia.

Braley Care Homes’ philosophy is “quality care in a home-like environment.” The facility was built with dementia and memory care in mind and is the ideal environment for someone with this disease. It is locked 24 hours per day and has a beautiful outdoor courtyard with a pastoral view, which is secure at all times.

Memory care activities and behavior programming is geared toward meeting each individual’s needs, which helps keep their anxiety level down and reduces the risk of behavior issues.

We have caring, highly trained staff available 24/7 including nurse aids, AMAPs, Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and an activity coordinator.

old woman being cared for

About Us

Braley Care Homes, located in Hurricane, WV, is the only free-standing Alzheimer’s Dementia Care Facility in West Virginia.

Braley Care Homes’ philosophy is “quality care in a home-like environment.” The facility was built with dementia and memory care in mind and is the ideal environment for someone with this disease. It is locked 24 hours per day and has a beautiful outdoor courtyard with a pastoral view, which is secure at all times.

Memory care activities and behavior programming is geared toward meeting each individual’s needs, which helps keep their anxiety level down and reduces the risk of behavior issues.

We have caring, highly trained staff available 24/7 including nurse aids, AMAPs, Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and an activity coordinator.

old woman being cared for
old woman being cared for

Our Mission

Braley Care Homes were created in 2005 from a father and son’s passion for quality assisted living in a home-like environment, spawned from their experience in the mental health field.

Braley Care Homes provide professional care in a

home-like environment, which is crucial to preserving our residents’ dignity and self-worth. We believe this can best be done in smaller environments, rather than large facilities. The home setting is the environment we choose to care for our loved ones. They can surround themselves with pictures and furniture for that complete home feeling. Our intimate, home-like atmosphere allows for individualized care and lasting relationships.

old woman being cared for

Our Mission

Braley Care Homes were created in 2005 from a father and son’s passion for quality assisted living in a home-like environment, spawned from their experience in the mental health field.

Braley Care Homes provide professional care in a

home-like environment, which is crucial to preserving our residents’ dignity and self-worth. We believe this can best be done in smaller environments, rather than large facilities. The home setting is the environment we choose to care for our loved ones. They can surround themselves with pictures and furniture for that complete home feeling. Our intimate, home-like atmosphere allows for individualized care and lasting relationships.

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Testimonials

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I have only great memories of the great care my husband received. Never heard an unkind word to anyone there. This care home facility is wonderful. Thank you, Mr. Braley, for all you do and your staff. God's blessing continue to be with you all.

Brenda B. L.

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I’ve worked there and I’ve seen how the residents are treated. Staff love their jobs and you can tell. Owner is great with residents too. They do a wide variety of activities and even a pet dog.

Samantha G.

five blue stars

I have only great memories of the great care my husband received. Never heard an unkind word to anyone there. This care home facility is wonderful. Thank you, Mr. Braley, for all you do and your staff. God's blessing continue to be with you all.

Brenda B. L.

five blue stars

I’ve worked there and I’ve seen how the residents are treated. Staff love their jobs and you can tell. Owner is great with residents too. They do a wide variety of activities and even a pet dog.

Samantha G.

five blue stars

Absolutely the best care home in the valley for your loved one with dementia.

Leah S. K.

five blue stars

Residents and workers are great. What you see is what you get. Thanks, BCH!

Nola H.

five blue stars

Absolutely the best care home in the valley for your loved one with dementia.

Leah S. K.

five blue stars

Residents and workers are great. What you see is what you get. Thanks, BCH!

Nola H.

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Creating a Safe and Supportive Environment in Memory Care Homes

January 21, 20248 min read

In the realm of memory care homes, ensuring safety and providing unwavering support is paramount. It's not just about a place to reside; it's about fostering an environment that nurtures dignity, comfort, and understanding. In this blog, we delve into the essentials of crafting such spaces where individuals with memory impairments feel secure and valued. From implementing practical safety measures to fostering emotional connections, every aspect plays a crucial role. We'll explore how personalized care plans tailored to each resident's unique needs can create a sense of belonging and purpose. Moreover, we'll discuss the significance of trained staff who exhibit compassion and patience in every interaction. Join us on this journey as we uncover the key elements that contribute to making memory care homes not just residences, but havens of warmth and assurance for those navigating the challenges of memory loss.

Understanding the Importance of Safety in Memory Care Home


Memory care homes play a crucial role in providing specialized support and assistance to individuals living with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or other cognitive impairments. Within these environments, ensuring the safety of residents is paramount. Safety encompasses various aspects, from physical security to emotional well-being, all of which contribute to creating a nurturing and supportive living environment. In this blog post, we delve into the significance of safety in memory care homes, exploring why it is essential and how it can profoundly impact the lives of residents.

Importance of Safety in Memory Care Home


The Unique Needs of Residents:

Residents in memory care homes often face challenges associated with memory loss, confusion, and impaired cognitive function. These conditions can increase the risk of accidents, wandering, and other safety concerns. Understanding the unique needs of residents is crucial for developing tailored safety measures that address their vulnerabilities while preserving their independence and dignity.

Physical Safety Measures:

One aspect of safety in memory care homes involves implementing physical safeguards to prevent accidents and injuries. This may include installing handrails in hallways, removing tripping hazards, and ensuring that furniture is arranged in a way that promotes easy navigation for residents with mobility issues. Additionally, secure entry systems and monitored exits help prevent unauthorized access and minimize the risk of residents wandering off unsupervised.

Staff Training and Support:

A well-trained and knowledgeable staff is essential for maintaining a safe environment in memory care homes. Staff members should receive specialized training in dementia care techniques, crisis intervention, and communication skills. By understanding the behaviors and needs of residents, staff can effectively respond to emergencies, de-escalate challenging situations, and provide compassionate care that prioritizes safety.

Promoting Emotional Security:

Safety in memory care homes extends beyond physical measures; it also encompasses emotional security. Residents thrive in environments where they feel valued, respected, and emotionally supported. Staff members play a crucial role in fostering a sense of belonging and security by building trusting relationships, maintaining familiar routines, and creating opportunities for social engagement and meaningful activities.

Wandering Prevention:

Wandering is a common behavior among individuals with dementia, posing significant safety risks such as getting lost or injured. Memory care homes employ various strategies to prevent wandering, including door alarms, secure outdoor areas, and personalized monitoring systems. Additionally, engaging residents in purposeful activities and providing adequate supervision can help redirect wandering behaviors in a positive and non-confrontational manner.

Strategies for Safety and Comfort


Creating a memory care space that balances safety with comfort is a crucial aspect of ensuring the well-being and quality of life for residents with cognitive impairments. From layout to furnishings, every aspect of the environment plays a role in supporting residents' needs and enhancing their sense of security. In this blog post, we'll explore key strategies for designing memory care spaces that prioritize safety and comfort.

Strategies for Safety and Comfort

  • Thoughtful Layout Design: The layout of a memory care facility can significantly impact residents' safety and comfort. Considerations such as clear pathways, easy navigation, and minimized clutter are essential for reducing the risk of falls and confusion. By incorporating simple, intuitive layouts with clearly defined areas for various activities, residents can feel more secure and empowered to move around independently.

  • Sensory-Friendly Environments: Creating sensory-friendly environments can greatly enhance residents' comfort and well-being. Soft lighting, soothing colors, and familiar textures can help reduce agitation and promote relaxation. Additionally, incorporating elements like nature-inspired décor, aromatherapy, and calming music can create a comforting atmosphere that supports residents' emotional and cognitive needs.

  • Accessible Furnishings and Fixtures: Choosing furnishings and fixtures that are accessible and easy to use is essential for ensuring residents' safety and comfort. Opt for furniture with rounded edges, non-slip surfaces, and sturdy construction to minimize the risk of accidents. Additionally, installing grab bars, handrails, and adjustable-height features in bathrooms and common areas can further enhance residents' mobility and independence.

  • Personalized Living Spaces: Personalization is key to creating a sense of home and belonging for memory care residents. Encourage personalization of living spaces with familiar belongings, photographs, and mementos that evoke positive memories and provide comfort. By allowing residents to personalize their surroundings, you can help them maintain a sense of identity and autonomy, contributing to their overall well-being.

  • Safety Technology Integration: Incorporating advanced safety technologies can provide an additional layer of security in memory care spaces. From motion sensors and surveillance cameras to wearable devices and smart monitoring systems, technology can help staff anticipate and respond to residents' needs more effectively. However, it's essential to strike a balance between leveraging technology for safety and maintaining residents' privacy and dignity.

The Role of Staff Training in Ensuring Safety in Memory Care Homes

In the realm of memory care, where residents often face cognitive challenges, the role of staff training cannot be overstated. The safety and well-being of individuals with dementia or other memory impairments heavily rely on the knowledge, skills, and compassion of the caregivers who support them. In this blog post, we'll explore why staff training is crucial in ensuring the safety of residents in memory care homes and delve into essential training topics and approaches.

Understanding the Unique Needs of Residents 

One of the fundamental aspects of staff training in memory care homes is understanding the unique needs of residents with memory impairments. Dementia and related conditions can manifest in various ways, affecting memory, cognition, behavior, and physical abilities. Through comprehensive training, staff members learn to recognize and adapt to these individual needs, providing personalized care that enhances safety and promotes well-being.

Dementia Care Techniques

Effective dementia care requires specialized techniques tailored to the cognitive and emotional needs of residents. Staff training programs often cover topics such as communication strategies, validation therapy, and behavior management techniques. By equipping caregivers with these skills, memory care homes can create a supportive environment where residents feel understood, respected, and engaged, reducing the risk of agitation, confusion, or distress.

Crisis Prevention and Intervention 

Proactive measures to prevent crises and effectively manage challenging situations are essential in memory care settings. Staff training typically includes education on recognizing early signs of agitation or aggression, de-escalation techniques, and strategies for promoting calm and safety. By empowering staff to intervene promptly and effectively, training programs help prevent incidents that could compromise the well-being of residents or staff members.

Medication Management 

Proper medication management is critical to ensuring residents' safety and optimizing their health outcomes. Staff training encompasses medication administration protocols, dosage calculations, and medication side effect monitoring, minimizing the risk of errors and adverse reactions.

Emergency Response 

Training programs cover emergency response protocols, including first aid and CPR certification, evacuation procedures, and communication strategies. By ensuring that staff members are well-prepared to handle various emergency scenarios, memory care homes can mitigate risks and prioritize the safety of residents and staff alike.


Promoting Independence While Ensuring Safety in Memory Care

Personalized Care Plans

Personalized care plans take into account these individual differences and outline strategies to support independence while addressing safety concerns. By understanding residents' strengths and limitations, caregivers can empower them to engage in activities of daily living to the best of their abilities, fostering a sense of autonomy.

Environmental Modifications

Modifying the physical environment of memory care homes can enhance residents' independence while mitigating safety risks. Simple adjustments such as clear signage, contrasting colors to denote different areas, and uncluttered pathways can facilitate navigation for individuals with cognitive impairments. Additionally, installing grab bars, non-slip flooring, and other safety features in bathrooms and common areas can promote independence while minimizing the risk of falls or accidents.

Assistive Technologies

Devices such as motion sensors, wearable alarms, and GPS tracking systems can help monitor residents' movements and alert caregivers to potential risks, such as wandering or falls. Similarly, smart home technology, such as voice-activated assistants and automated lighting systems, can enable residents to control their environment independently while providing an added layer of safety.

Encouraging Participation in Meaningful Activities

Engagement in meaningful activities is vital for residents' cognitive stimulation and emotional well-being. Encouraging residents to participate in activities they enjoy, such as art therapy, music therapy, gardening, or reminiscence sessions, fosters a sense of purpose and autonomy. Caregivers can adapt activities to residents' abilities, providing necessary support while allowing them to make choices and express themselves freely.

Education and Training for Caregivers

Training programs focused on person-centered care approaches, communication techniques, and strategies for managing challenging behaviors empower caregivers to support residents effectively while respecting their autonomy. By fostering a culture of dignity and empowerment, caregivers play a crucial role in promoting independence and safety simultaneously.

Conclusion


At Braley Care Homes Inc, located in Hurricane, WV, United States, we are dedicated to creating a safe and supportive environment in our memory care homes. Through our commitment to excellence and compassionate care, we prioritize the well-being and comfort of our residents. By fostering a nurturing atmosphere, implementing tailored support programs, and maintaining open communication with residents and their families, we ensure a high standard of care that promotes dignity, independence, and overall quality of life for those entrusted to our services. Contact us at (304) 767-4033 to learn more about how we can support your loved ones.


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Sean Hyde

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Creating a Safe and Supportive Environment in Memory Care Homes

January 21, 20248 min read

In the realm of memory care homes, ensuring safety and providing unwavering support is paramount. It's not just about a place to reside; it's about fostering an environment that nurtures dignity, comfort, and understanding. In this blog, we delve into the essentials of crafting such spaces where individuals with memory impairments feel secure and valued. From implementing practical safety measures to fostering emotional connections, every aspect plays a crucial role. We'll explore how personalized care plans tailored to each resident's unique needs can create a sense of belonging and purpose. Moreover, we'll discuss the significance of trained staff who exhibit compassion and patience in every interaction. Join us on this journey as we uncover the key elements that contribute to making memory care homes not just residences, but havens of warmth and assurance for those navigating the challenges of memory loss.

Understanding the Importance of Safety in Memory Care Home


Memory care homes play a crucial role in providing specialized support and assistance to individuals living with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or other cognitive impairments. Within these environments, ensuring the safety of residents is paramount. Safety encompasses various aspects, from physical security to emotional well-being, all of which contribute to creating a nurturing and supportive living environment. In this blog post, we delve into the significance of safety in memory care homes, exploring why it is essential and how it can profoundly impact the lives of residents.

Importance of Safety in Memory Care Home


The Unique Needs of Residents:

Residents in memory care homes often face challenges associated with memory loss, confusion, and impaired cognitive function. These conditions can increase the risk of accidents, wandering, and other safety concerns. Understanding the unique needs of residents is crucial for developing tailored safety measures that address their vulnerabilities while preserving their independence and dignity.

Physical Safety Measures:

One aspect of safety in memory care homes involves implementing physical safeguards to prevent accidents and injuries. This may include installing handrails in hallways, removing tripping hazards, and ensuring that furniture is arranged in a way that promotes easy navigation for residents with mobility issues. Additionally, secure entry systems and monitored exits help prevent unauthorized access and minimize the risk of residents wandering off unsupervised.

Staff Training and Support:

A well-trained and knowledgeable staff is essential for maintaining a safe environment in memory care homes. Staff members should receive specialized training in dementia care techniques, crisis intervention, and communication skills. By understanding the behaviors and needs of residents, staff can effectively respond to emergencies, de-escalate challenging situations, and provide compassionate care that prioritizes safety.

Promoting Emotional Security:

Safety in memory care homes extends beyond physical measures; it also encompasses emotional security. Residents thrive in environments where they feel valued, respected, and emotionally supported. Staff members play a crucial role in fostering a sense of belonging and security by building trusting relationships, maintaining familiar routines, and creating opportunities for social engagement and meaningful activities.

Wandering Prevention:

Wandering is a common behavior among individuals with dementia, posing significant safety risks such as getting lost or injured. Memory care homes employ various strategies to prevent wandering, including door alarms, secure outdoor areas, and personalized monitoring systems. Additionally, engaging residents in purposeful activities and providing adequate supervision can help redirect wandering behaviors in a positive and non-confrontational manner.

Strategies for Safety and Comfort


Creating a memory care space that balances safety with comfort is a crucial aspect of ensuring the well-being and quality of life for residents with cognitive impairments. From layout to furnishings, every aspect of the environment plays a role in supporting residents' needs and enhancing their sense of security. In this blog post, we'll explore key strategies for designing memory care spaces that prioritize safety and comfort.

Strategies for Safety and Comfort

  • Thoughtful Layout Design: The layout of a memory care facility can significantly impact residents' safety and comfort. Considerations such as clear pathways, easy navigation, and minimized clutter are essential for reducing the risk of falls and confusion. By incorporating simple, intuitive layouts with clearly defined areas for various activities, residents can feel more secure and empowered to move around independently.

  • Sensory-Friendly Environments: Creating sensory-friendly environments can greatly enhance residents' comfort and well-being. Soft lighting, soothing colors, and familiar textures can help reduce agitation and promote relaxation. Additionally, incorporating elements like nature-inspired décor, aromatherapy, and calming music can create a comforting atmosphere that supports residents' emotional and cognitive needs.

  • Accessible Furnishings and Fixtures: Choosing furnishings and fixtures that are accessible and easy to use is essential for ensuring residents' safety and comfort. Opt for furniture with rounded edges, non-slip surfaces, and sturdy construction to minimize the risk of accidents. Additionally, installing grab bars, handrails, and adjustable-height features in bathrooms and common areas can further enhance residents' mobility and independence.

  • Personalized Living Spaces: Personalization is key to creating a sense of home and belonging for memory care residents. Encourage personalization of living spaces with familiar belongings, photographs, and mementos that evoke positive memories and provide comfort. By allowing residents to personalize their surroundings, you can help them maintain a sense of identity and autonomy, contributing to their overall well-being.

  • Safety Technology Integration: Incorporating advanced safety technologies can provide an additional layer of security in memory care spaces. From motion sensors and surveillance cameras to wearable devices and smart monitoring systems, technology can help staff anticipate and respond to residents' needs more effectively. However, it's essential to strike a balance between leveraging technology for safety and maintaining residents' privacy and dignity.

The Role of Staff Training in Ensuring Safety in Memory Care Homes

In the realm of memory care, where residents often face cognitive challenges, the role of staff training cannot be overstated. The safety and well-being of individuals with dementia or other memory impairments heavily rely on the knowledge, skills, and compassion of the caregivers who support them. In this blog post, we'll explore why staff training is crucial in ensuring the safety of residents in memory care homes and delve into essential training topics and approaches.

Understanding the Unique Needs of Residents 

One of the fundamental aspects of staff training in memory care homes is understanding the unique needs of residents with memory impairments. Dementia and related conditions can manifest in various ways, affecting memory, cognition, behavior, and physical abilities. Through comprehensive training, staff members learn to recognize and adapt to these individual needs, providing personalized care that enhances safety and promotes well-being.

Dementia Care Techniques

Effective dementia care requires specialized techniques tailored to the cognitive and emotional needs of residents. Staff training programs often cover topics such as communication strategies, validation therapy, and behavior management techniques. By equipping caregivers with these skills, memory care homes can create a supportive environment where residents feel understood, respected, and engaged, reducing the risk of agitation, confusion, or distress.

Crisis Prevention and Intervention 

Proactive measures to prevent crises and effectively manage challenging situations are essential in memory care settings. Staff training typically includes education on recognizing early signs of agitation or aggression, de-escalation techniques, and strategies for promoting calm and safety. By empowering staff to intervene promptly and effectively, training programs help prevent incidents that could compromise the well-being of residents or staff members.

Medication Management 

Proper medication management is critical to ensuring residents' safety and optimizing their health outcomes. Staff training encompasses medication administration protocols, dosage calculations, and medication side effect monitoring, minimizing the risk of errors and adverse reactions.

Emergency Response 

Training programs cover emergency response protocols, including first aid and CPR certification, evacuation procedures, and communication strategies. By ensuring that staff members are well-prepared to handle various emergency scenarios, memory care homes can mitigate risks and prioritize the safety of residents and staff alike.


Promoting Independence While Ensuring Safety in Memory Care

Personalized Care Plans

Personalized care plans take into account these individual differences and outline strategies to support independence while addressing safety concerns. By understanding residents' strengths and limitations, caregivers can empower them to engage in activities of daily living to the best of their abilities, fostering a sense of autonomy.

Environmental Modifications

Modifying the physical environment of memory care homes can enhance residents' independence while mitigating safety risks. Simple adjustments such as clear signage, contrasting colors to denote different areas, and uncluttered pathways can facilitate navigation for individuals with cognitive impairments. Additionally, installing grab bars, non-slip flooring, and other safety features in bathrooms and common areas can promote independence while minimizing the risk of falls or accidents.

Assistive Technologies

Devices such as motion sensors, wearable alarms, and GPS tracking systems can help monitor residents' movements and alert caregivers to potential risks, such as wandering or falls. Similarly, smart home technology, such as voice-activated assistants and automated lighting systems, can enable residents to control their environment independently while providing an added layer of safety.

Encouraging Participation in Meaningful Activities

Engagement in meaningful activities is vital for residents' cognitive stimulation and emotional well-being. Encouraging residents to participate in activities they enjoy, such as art therapy, music therapy, gardening, or reminiscence sessions, fosters a sense of purpose and autonomy. Caregivers can adapt activities to residents' abilities, providing necessary support while allowing them to make choices and express themselves freely.

Education and Training for Caregivers

Training programs focused on person-centered care approaches, communication techniques, and strategies for managing challenging behaviors empower caregivers to support residents effectively while respecting their autonomy. By fostering a culture of dignity and empowerment, caregivers play a crucial role in promoting independence and safety simultaneously.

Conclusion


At Braley Care Homes Inc, located in Hurricane, WV, United States, we are dedicated to creating a safe and supportive environment in our memory care homes. Through our commitment to excellence and compassionate care, we prioritize the well-being and comfort of our residents. By fostering a nurturing atmosphere, implementing tailored support programs, and maintaining open communication with residents and their families, we ensure a high standard of care that promotes dignity, independence, and overall quality of life for those entrusted to our services. Contact us at (304) 767-4033 to learn more about how we can support your loved ones.


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Sean Hyde

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Location:

Braley Care Homes

6192 US 60

Hurricane, WV 25526

Phone Numbers:

Referrals and Inquiries: (304) 767-4033

Facility Phone: (304) 201-3677

Facility Fax: (304) 201-3678

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BUSINESS HOURS

Monday

9:00am – 6:30pm

Tuesday

9:00am – 6:30pm

Wednesday

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