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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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Memory Care Activities: Function and Social Engagement

January 27, 20248 min read

Welcome to our blog dedicated to exploring the significance of memory care activities in enhancing cognitive function and social engagement. In the realm of memory care, the importance of maintaining mental acuity and fostering meaningful connections cannot be overstated. Through a variety of engaging activities, individuals facing cognitive challenges can not only exercise their minds but also enjoy opportunities for social interaction and companionship.

In this introductory post, we'll delve into the world of memory care activities, discussing their benefits and impact on overall well-being. From stimulating puzzles and memory games to interactive group exercises and storytelling sessions, these activities are tailored to cater to diverse interests and abilities. Join us as we uncover the transformative power of memory care activities, exploring how they can promote cognitive health and create a sense of community in memory care settings. Let's embark on this journey together to discover the joy and fulfillment these activities can bring to individuals in need of specialized care.


How Melodies Can Spark Memories and Improve Mood

In this exploration, we delve into the profound impact of music on seniors in memory care settings, uncovering how melodies can spark memories and elevate mood, enriching lives in ways both profound and transformative.


Melodies Can Spark Memories and Improve Mood

The Universality of Music

Music holds a universal language that speaks to individuals regardless of age, background, or cognitive abilities. In memory care, where verbal communication might become increasingly challenging, music serves as a bridge, reaching deep into the recesses of memory. Whether it's a beloved childhood lullaby or a cherished song from their youth, seniors often find solace and joy in familiar melodies, tapping into reservoirs of nostalgia and comfort.

Stimulating Memories

 As seniors listen to songs from their past, neural pathways associated with those memories can be reignited, prompting recollections and moments of clarity. Even individuals with advanced dementia may respond to music from their youth, recalling lyrics, melodies, and the emotions tied to those tunes. Through personalized playlists and live musical performances, caregivers can create tailored experiences that tap into each individual's unique musical journey.

Improving Mood and Emotional Well-being

In memory care settings, where residents may grapple with feelings of confusion, anxiety, or depression, music offers a soothing balm for the soul. Upbeat melodies can uplift spirits, while gentle ballads can provide comfort and solace. Group sing-alongs foster a sense of community and belonging, encouraging social interaction and shared experiences. Music therapy sessions provide safe spaces for self-expression, allowing seniors to express themselves through song, movement, and rhythm.

Enhancing Cognitive Function

The cognitive benefits of music in memory care are manifold. Engaging with music stimulates various regions of the brain associated with memory, attention, and executive function. Singing along to familiar songs exercises language skills and promotes verbal expression. Rhythmic activities, such as drum circles or hand-clapping, improve motor coordination and spatial awareness. Even passive listening to music can enhance cognitive processing and stimulate neural connections. By integrating music into daily routines, memory care facilities can create enriching environments that support cognitive health and overall well-being.

Practical Applications

Simple interventions, such as playing background music during meals or offering headphones for individual listening sessions, can have profound effects. Caregivers can work with residents and their families to create personalized playlists filled with meaningful songs and cherished memories. Collaborating with local musicians or music therapists can provide additional opportunities for engagement and enrichment.


The Role of Exercise in Memory Care and Brain Health

Research consistently demonstrates the positive correlation between regular exercise and cognitive function in older adults. Physical activity stimulates the production of neurotrophic factors, such as brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which facilitate the growth and maintenance of neurons. Additionally, exercise promotes neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to reorganize and form new neural connections, which is essential for learning, memory, and overall cognitive vitality.


Exercise in Memory Care and Brain Health
  • Enhanced Cognitive Function: Engaging in regular exercise has been shown to improve various aspects of cognitive function, including attention, processing speed, and executive function. For seniors in memory care, exercises targeting these cognitive domains can help mitigate cognitive decline and support independent living.

  • Mood Regulation: Physical activity stimulates the release of endorphins, neurotransmitters that promote feelings of well-being and reduce stress and anxiety. In memory care settings, exercise serves as a natural mood enhancer, fostering a positive emotional environment and reducing behavioral symptoms associated with dementia.

  • Improved Cardiovascular Health: Many memory-related conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease, are influenced by vascular factors. By promoting cardiovascular health through exercise, seniors in memory care can reduce their risk of stroke, hypertension, and other vascular-related complications that may exacerbate cognitive decline.

  • Social Engagement: Group exercise classes and communal physical activities offer opportunities for social interaction and connection among memory care residents. Shared experiences during exercise sessions promote camaraderie, reduce feelings of isolation, and contribute to a sense of belonging within the community.

  • Enhanced Sleep Quality: Regular exercise can improve sleep quality and duration, which is crucial for cognitive function and memory consolidation. Seniors in memory care who participate in structured exercise programs often experience better sleep patterns, leading to improved daytime alertness and cognitive performance.

The Therapeutic Value of Culinary Activities in Memory Care

In memory care facilities, where residents often contend with cognitive impairments such as dementia or Alzheimer's disease, finding activities that engage the mind, stimulate the senses, and foster social interaction is crucial. One such activity that has gained recognition for its therapeutic benefits is culinary engagement. Cooking and baking offer not only a source of enjoyment but also a platform for cognitive enrichment, emotional expression, and social engagement among seniors facing memory challenges.

Stimulating the Senses 

Culinary activities engage multiple senses, from the aroma of freshly baked goods to the vibrant colors of fruits and vegetables. For seniors in memory care, sensory stimulation is particularly valuable as it can evoke memories, trigger positive emotions, and enhance overall well-being.

Fostering Independence

Participating in cooking and baking tasks empowers seniors to take an active role in their daily lives. Even simple activities like mixing ingredients or decorating cookies can provide a sense of accomplishment and maintain a feeling of independence, which is especially important for individuals with memory loss.

 Encouraging Social Interaction 

Cooking is often a communal activity, providing opportunities for residents to work together, share stories, and bond over shared experiences. Group cooking sessions can promote social interaction, reduce feelings of isolation, and create a sense of belonging within the memory care community.

Evoking Positive Memories

Many seniors have fond memories associated with cooking and sharing meals with loved ones. Engaging in culinary activities can evoke these positive memories, fostering feelings of nostalgia and connection to past experiences. Reminiscing about family recipes or favorite dishes can spark meaningful conversations and strengthen interpersonal relationships.

Promoting Cognitive Function

Following recipes, measuring ingredients, and performing sequential tasks require cognitive skills such as attention, problem-solving, and memory recall. Engaging in cooking and baking exercises the brain, helping to maintain cognitive function and potentially slowing the progression of cognitive decline in individuals with memory impairments.

Harnessing the Healing Power of the Outdoors in Memory Care


The Therapeutic Benefits of Nature Therapy

Nature therapy, also known as ecotherapy or green therapy, harnesses the healing power of the natural environment to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. For seniors in memory care, who may often feel disoriented or agitated in indoor settings, exposure to nature can provide a sense of calm and connection to the world around them. Research has shown that spending time outdoors can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression while improving mood, cognitive function, and overall quality of life.

Reducing Stress and Anxiety

Seniors in memory care often experience heightened levels of stress and anxiety due to the challenges associated with cognitive decline. However, even brief exposure to natural settings, such as gardens or parks, can help reduce physiological markers of stress, such as elevated heart rate and blood pressure. By incorporating outdoor spaces into memory care facilities or organizing nature walks and outings, caregivers can create opportunities for residents to unwind and relax amidst the beauty of the natural world.

Stimulating Cognitive Function

The sight of blooming flowers, the scent of fresh air, the sound of birds chirping, and the feel of sunlight on the skin can awaken the senses and spark moments of clarity and connection. Engaging in activities such as gardening, birdwatching, or simply enjoying the sights and sounds of nature can help seniors maintain cognitive skills, such as attention, memory, and problem-solving, while providing opportunities for meaningful engagement and sensory stimulation.

Promoting Physical Activity and Well-Being

Outdoor environments offer ample opportunities for gentle exercise and movement, whether it's walking along nature trails, practicing tai chi in a garden, or participating in outdoor yoga sessions. Engaging in physical activity outdoors not only promotes physical well-being but also enhances mood, cognitive function, and social interaction, contributing to a higher quality of life for seniors in memory care.

Fostering Social Connection

Outdoor activities provide opportunities for seniors in memory care to interact with peers, caregivers, and members of the community in a relaxed and informal setting. Whether it's sharing stories while sitting on a bench in the garden, collaborating on a gardening project, or enjoying a picnic in the park, outdoor experiences create moments of joy, companionship, and belonging for individuals with cognitive challenges.


Conclusion

Braley Care Homes Inc, we are committed to providing exceptional memory care activities aimed at enhancing cognitive function and fostering social engagement among our residents. Through our tailored programs and dedicated staff, we strive to create enriching environments where individuals can thrive and maintain their quality of life. By prioritizing personalized attention and meaningful interactions, we believe we can make a significant difference in the well-being of those entrusted to our care. Contact us at (304) 767-4033 in Hurricane, WV, United States, to learn more about our services and how we can support your loved ones.


Memory Care Activities

Sean Hyde

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Memory Care Activities: Function and Social Engagement

January 27, 20248 min read

Welcome to our blog dedicated to exploring the significance of memory care activities in enhancing cognitive function and social engagement. In the realm of memory care, the importance of maintaining mental acuity and fostering meaningful connections cannot be overstated. Through a variety of engaging activities, individuals facing cognitive challenges can not only exercise their minds but also enjoy opportunities for social interaction and companionship.

In this introductory post, we'll delve into the world of memory care activities, discussing their benefits and impact on overall well-being. From stimulating puzzles and memory games to interactive group exercises and storytelling sessions, these activities are tailored to cater to diverse interests and abilities. Join us as we uncover the transformative power of memory care activities, exploring how they can promote cognitive health and create a sense of community in memory care settings. Let's embark on this journey together to discover the joy and fulfillment these activities can bring to individuals in need of specialized care.


How Melodies Can Spark Memories and Improve Mood

In this exploration, we delve into the profound impact of music on seniors in memory care settings, uncovering how melodies can spark memories and elevate mood, enriching lives in ways both profound and transformative.


Melodies Can Spark Memories and Improve Mood

The Universality of Music

Music holds a universal language that speaks to individuals regardless of age, background, or cognitive abilities. In memory care, where verbal communication might become increasingly challenging, music serves as a bridge, reaching deep into the recesses of memory. Whether it's a beloved childhood lullaby or a cherished song from their youth, seniors often find solace and joy in familiar melodies, tapping into reservoirs of nostalgia and comfort.

Stimulating Memories

 As seniors listen to songs from their past, neural pathways associated with those memories can be reignited, prompting recollections and moments of clarity. Even individuals with advanced dementia may respond to music from their youth, recalling lyrics, melodies, and the emotions tied to those tunes. Through personalized playlists and live musical performances, caregivers can create tailored experiences that tap into each individual's unique musical journey.

Improving Mood and Emotional Well-being

In memory care settings, where residents may grapple with feelings of confusion, anxiety, or depression, music offers a soothing balm for the soul. Upbeat melodies can uplift spirits, while gentle ballads can provide comfort and solace. Group sing-alongs foster a sense of community and belonging, encouraging social interaction and shared experiences. Music therapy sessions provide safe spaces for self-expression, allowing seniors to express themselves through song, movement, and rhythm.

Enhancing Cognitive Function

The cognitive benefits of music in memory care are manifold. Engaging with music stimulates various regions of the brain associated with memory, attention, and executive function. Singing along to familiar songs exercises language skills and promotes verbal expression. Rhythmic activities, such as drum circles or hand-clapping, improve motor coordination and spatial awareness. Even passive listening to music can enhance cognitive processing and stimulate neural connections. By integrating music into daily routines, memory care facilities can create enriching environments that support cognitive health and overall well-being.

Practical Applications

Simple interventions, such as playing background music during meals or offering headphones for individual listening sessions, can have profound effects. Caregivers can work with residents and their families to create personalized playlists filled with meaningful songs and cherished memories. Collaborating with local musicians or music therapists can provide additional opportunities for engagement and enrichment.


The Role of Exercise in Memory Care and Brain Health

Research consistently demonstrates the positive correlation between regular exercise and cognitive function in older adults. Physical activity stimulates the production of neurotrophic factors, such as brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which facilitate the growth and maintenance of neurons. Additionally, exercise promotes neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to reorganize and form new neural connections, which is essential for learning, memory, and overall cognitive vitality.


Exercise in Memory Care and Brain Health
  • Enhanced Cognitive Function: Engaging in regular exercise has been shown to improve various aspects of cognitive function, including attention, processing speed, and executive function. For seniors in memory care, exercises targeting these cognitive domains can help mitigate cognitive decline and support independent living.

  • Mood Regulation: Physical activity stimulates the release of endorphins, neurotransmitters that promote feelings of well-being and reduce stress and anxiety. In memory care settings, exercise serves as a natural mood enhancer, fostering a positive emotional environment and reducing behavioral symptoms associated with dementia.

  • Improved Cardiovascular Health: Many memory-related conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease, are influenced by vascular factors. By promoting cardiovascular health through exercise, seniors in memory care can reduce their risk of stroke, hypertension, and other vascular-related complications that may exacerbate cognitive decline.

  • Social Engagement: Group exercise classes and communal physical activities offer opportunities for social interaction and connection among memory care residents. Shared experiences during exercise sessions promote camaraderie, reduce feelings of isolation, and contribute to a sense of belonging within the community.

  • Enhanced Sleep Quality: Regular exercise can improve sleep quality and duration, which is crucial for cognitive function and memory consolidation. Seniors in memory care who participate in structured exercise programs often experience better sleep patterns, leading to improved daytime alertness and cognitive performance.

The Therapeutic Value of Culinary Activities in Memory Care

In memory care facilities, where residents often contend with cognitive impairments such as dementia or Alzheimer's disease, finding activities that engage the mind, stimulate the senses, and foster social interaction is crucial. One such activity that has gained recognition for its therapeutic benefits is culinary engagement. Cooking and baking offer not only a source of enjoyment but also a platform for cognitive enrichment, emotional expression, and social engagement among seniors facing memory challenges.

Stimulating the Senses 

Culinary activities engage multiple senses, from the aroma of freshly baked goods to the vibrant colors of fruits and vegetables. For seniors in memory care, sensory stimulation is particularly valuable as it can evoke memories, trigger positive emotions, and enhance overall well-being.

Fostering Independence

Participating in cooking and baking tasks empowers seniors to take an active role in their daily lives. Even simple activities like mixing ingredients or decorating cookies can provide a sense of accomplishment and maintain a feeling of independence, which is especially important for individuals with memory loss.

 Encouraging Social Interaction 

Cooking is often a communal activity, providing opportunities for residents to work together, share stories, and bond over shared experiences. Group cooking sessions can promote social interaction, reduce feelings of isolation, and create a sense of belonging within the memory care community.

Evoking Positive Memories

Many seniors have fond memories associated with cooking and sharing meals with loved ones. Engaging in culinary activities can evoke these positive memories, fostering feelings of nostalgia and connection to past experiences. Reminiscing about family recipes or favorite dishes can spark meaningful conversations and strengthen interpersonal relationships.

Promoting Cognitive Function

Following recipes, measuring ingredients, and performing sequential tasks require cognitive skills such as attention, problem-solving, and memory recall. Engaging in cooking and baking exercises the brain, helping to maintain cognitive function and potentially slowing the progression of cognitive decline in individuals with memory impairments.

Harnessing the Healing Power of the Outdoors in Memory Care


The Therapeutic Benefits of Nature Therapy

Nature therapy, also known as ecotherapy or green therapy, harnesses the healing power of the natural environment to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. For seniors in memory care, who may often feel disoriented or agitated in indoor settings, exposure to nature can provide a sense of calm and connection to the world around them. Research has shown that spending time outdoors can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression while improving mood, cognitive function, and overall quality of life.

Reducing Stress and Anxiety

Seniors in memory care often experience heightened levels of stress and anxiety due to the challenges associated with cognitive decline. However, even brief exposure to natural settings, such as gardens or parks, can help reduce physiological markers of stress, such as elevated heart rate and blood pressure. By incorporating outdoor spaces into memory care facilities or organizing nature walks and outings, caregivers can create opportunities for residents to unwind and relax amidst the beauty of the natural world.

Stimulating Cognitive Function

The sight of blooming flowers, the scent of fresh air, the sound of birds chirping, and the feel of sunlight on the skin can awaken the senses and spark moments of clarity and connection. Engaging in activities such as gardening, birdwatching, or simply enjoying the sights and sounds of nature can help seniors maintain cognitive skills, such as attention, memory, and problem-solving, while providing opportunities for meaningful engagement and sensory stimulation.

Promoting Physical Activity and Well-Being

Outdoor environments offer ample opportunities for gentle exercise and movement, whether it's walking along nature trails, practicing tai chi in a garden, or participating in outdoor yoga sessions. Engaging in physical activity outdoors not only promotes physical well-being but also enhances mood, cognitive function, and social interaction, contributing to a higher quality of life for seniors in memory care.

Fostering Social Connection

Outdoor activities provide opportunities for seniors in memory care to interact with peers, caregivers, and members of the community in a relaxed and informal setting. Whether it's sharing stories while sitting on a bench in the garden, collaborating on a gardening project, or enjoying a picnic in the park, outdoor experiences create moments of joy, companionship, and belonging for individuals with cognitive challenges.


Conclusion

Braley Care Homes Inc, we are committed to providing exceptional memory care activities aimed at enhancing cognitive function and fostering social engagement among our residents. Through our tailored programs and dedicated staff, we strive to create enriching environments where individuals can thrive and maintain their quality of life. By prioritizing personalized attention and meaningful interactions, we believe we can make a significant difference in the well-being of those entrusted to our care. Contact us at (304) 767-4033 in Hurricane, WV, United States, to learn more about our services and how we can support your loved ones.


Memory Care Activities

Sean Hyde

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Hurricane, WV 25526

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Referrals and Inquiries: (304) 767-4033

Facility Phone: (304) 201-3677

Facility Fax: (304) 201-3678

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