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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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Your Family Is Our Family

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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The Importance of Memory Care for Aging Loved Ones

January 22, 20248 min read

As our loved ones age, it becomes increasingly vital to provide them with the specialized care they need, especially when it comes to memory-related conditions. In this blog, we delve into the significance of memory care for our aging family members. Memory care goes beyond typical elderly care, focusing specifically on the unique needs of individuals grappling with memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. This type of care is designed to offer a supportive and safe environment where seniors can receive tailored assistance and engagement tailored to their cognitive abilities. From structured activities to personalized attention, memory care facilities strive to enhance the quality of life for residents while also providing peace of mind for their families. Join us as we explore the essential role memory care plays in ensuring the well-being and comfort of our aging loved ones.


A Comprehensive Guide for Families

Memory care is a specialized form of long-term care designed to meet the unique needs of individuals living with memory impairment. Whether it's providing assistance with daily activities, offering cognitive stimulation, or creating a safe and supportive environment, memory care programs are tailored to address the challenges associated with conditions like Alzheimer's and dementia.


 A Comprehensive Guide for Families

Personalized Care Plans

 Memory care facilities create individualized care plans for each resident based on their specific needs, preferences, and stage of cognitive decline. These plans may include assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), medication management, and specialized therapies to promote cognitive function.

Safety and Security 

Safety is paramount in memory care settings. Facilities are equipped with safety features such as secure entryways, handrails, and emergency call systems to prevent accidents and wandering, common concerns for individuals with memory impairment.

24/7 Supervision and Support

Trained staff members are available around the clock to provide supervision and support for residents. Whether it's help with personal care tasks, medication reminders, or simply offering companionship, staff members play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of residents.

Engaging Activities

 Memory care programs offer a variety of activities and therapies designed to stimulate cognitive function and promote social interaction. From art therapy and music therapy to reminiscence programs and sensory stimulation activities, residents have access to enriching experiences tailored to their interests and abilities.

Family Involvement 

Families are encouraged to be actively involved in their loved one's care journey. Memory care facilities often provide support groups, educational resources, and opportunities for family members to participate in care planning and activities, fostering a sense of community and support.

Tips for Choosing the Right Memory Care Facility

Choosing the right memory care facility for a loved one can be a daunting task, filled with numerous considerations and emotions. Whether you're just beginning to explore options or have been actively searching for the perfect fit, having a clear understanding of what to look for and what questions to ask can make the process smoother and more manageable. Here are some tips to help guide you in selecting the right memory care facility for your loved one:


Tips for Choosing the Right Memory Care Facility

Assess Your Loved One's Needs 

Start by evaluating your loved one's specific needs and preferences. Consider factors such as the stage of their memory impairment, any coexisting medical conditions, mobility issues, dietary requirements, and personal preferences. This assessment will help you narrow down facilities that can adequately meet their needs.

Research Facilities 

Take the time to research memory care facilities in your area. Look for facilities that specialize in memory care and have a positive reputation within the community. Online reviews, recommendations from healthcare professionals, and personal referrals can provide valuable insights into the quality of care provided

Visit Multiple Facilities 

Schedule tours of multiple memory care facilities to get a firsthand look at their environment, amenities, and staff interactions. Pay attention to the cleanliness and safety of the facility, the friendliness and professionalism of the staff, and the overall atmosphere. Trust your instincts and observe how residents are engaged and cared for during your visit.

Ask About Staff Training and Qualifications 

Inquire about the training and qualifications of the staff members who will be caring for your loved one. Staff should have specialized training in dementia care and be equipped to handle the unique challenges associated with memory impairment. Ask about staff-to-resident ratios and how individualized care plans are developed and implemented.

Explore Care Services and Programs

Learn about the specific care services and programs offered by each facility. Look for comprehensive care plans tailored to the individual needs of residents, including assistance with activities of daily living, medication management, cognitive stimulation activities, and social engagement opportunities. Ask about the facility's approach to managing challenging behaviors and promoting resident independence.

Designing Memory Care Environments

In the realm of memory care, designing environments that evoke a sense of home goes beyond mere aesthetics. It's about crafting spaces that nurture familiarity, promote safety, and enhance the overall well-being of residents living with cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer's disease or dementia. From layout and décor to lighting and sensory stimulation, every aspect of design plays a crucial role in shaping the experiences of both residents and caregivers within memory care settings.


Layout and Spatial Planning

The layout of a memory care facility should prioritize simplicity and ease of navigation. Clear pathways and visual cues can help residents feel more confident and independent as they move through their environment. Common areas should be centrally located, encouraging social interaction and engagement among residents. Additionally, incorporating familiar landmarks or memory stations can provide reassurance and aid in wayfinding.

Comfortable and Functional Spaces

Comfort is paramount in memory care environments. Furniture should be chosen for its comfort and safety features, with a focus on preventing falls and promoting proper posture. Flexible seating arrangements allow for various activities and social interactions, while quiet spaces provide opportunities for relaxation and solitude when needed. Each area should be designed with the specific needs and preferences of residents in mind, balancing functionality with homelike aesthetic

Personalization and Familiarity

Personalization plays a key role in creating a sense of home for residents. Incorporating familiar objects, photographs, and memorabilia can evoke memories and foster a sense of belonging. Memory boxes outside individual rooms can serve as visual cues, helping residents identify their living spaces and promoting a sense of ownership. Additionally, signage and labels with clear, high-contrast text can aid in recognition and orientation for those with cognitive impairments.

Lighting and Sensory Stimulation

Natural light should be maximized whenever possible, as it promotes a sense of connection to the outdoors and helps regulate circadian rhythms. Soft, diffused lighting in common areas creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, while adjustable lighting in individual rooms allows residents to control their environment based on their preferences. Furthermore, incorporating elements of sensory stimulation, such as soothing music or tactile materials, can enhance cognitive function and emotional comfort for residents.

Safety and Security Measures

Measures such as handrails in hallways, non-slip flooring, and strategically placed grab bars in bathrooms help prevent accidents and falls. Secure outdoor spaces allow residents to enjoy nature safely, while controlled access systems and monitoring technology provide peace of mind for both residents and caregivers. Additionally, implementing wandering prevention strategies, such as door alarms and secure outdoor areas, helps keep residents safe while preserving their sense of autonomy.


Strategies for Self-Care in Memory Care

As caregivers, it's crucial to prioritize self-care to ensure you can continue providing the best possible support to your aging loved one. Here are some effective strategies for self-care in memory care:

  • Acknowledge Your Feelings: It's normal to experience a range of emotions when caring for someone with memory loss, including frustration, sadness, guilt, and even resentment. Acknowledge these feelings without judgment. Talk to a trusted friend, join a support group, or consider therapy to process your emotions in a healthy way.

  • Set Realistic Expectations: Understand that you can't do everything, and it's okay to ask for help. Set realistic expectations for yourself and prioritize tasks based on importance. Delegate responsibilities to other family members or consider hiring professional caregivers to share the workload.

  • Take Breaks: Caregiving can be all-consuming, but it's essential to take regular breaks to recharge. Schedule time for activities you enjoy, whether it's reading a book, going for a walk, or practicing mindfulness meditation. Even short breaks throughout the day can make a significant difference in your well-being.

  • Maintain Your Social Connections: Don't isolate yourself from friends and family members. Stay connected with your support network and make time for social activities. Having a strong support system can provide emotional support and practical assistance when you need it most.

  • Prioritize Your Physical Health: It's easy to neglect your own health when focusing on the needs of a loved one, but self-care includes taking care of your physical well-being. Eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and get enough sleep. Consider scheduling regular check-ups with your doctor to monitor your health.

Conclusion

Braley Care Homes Inc, we understand the paramount importance of memory care for our aging loved ones. With a commitment to providing compassionate and specialized support, we recognize the unique needs of individuals facing cognitive decline. Through our tailored programs and dedicated staff, we strive to create a nurturing environment that promotes dignity, safety, and quality of life. Contact us at (304) 767-4033 in Hurricane, WV, to learn more about how we can support your family member's journey towards enhanced well-being and comfort.


Memory Care for Aging Loved Ones

Sean Hyde

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The Importance of Memory Care for Aging Loved Ones

January 22, 20248 min read

As our loved ones age, it becomes increasingly vital to provide them with the specialized care they need, especially when it comes to memory-related conditions. In this blog, we delve into the significance of memory care for our aging family members. Memory care goes beyond typical elderly care, focusing specifically on the unique needs of individuals grappling with memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. This type of care is designed to offer a supportive and safe environment where seniors can receive tailored assistance and engagement tailored to their cognitive abilities. From structured activities to personalized attention, memory care facilities strive to enhance the quality of life for residents while also providing peace of mind for their families. Join us as we explore the essential role memory care plays in ensuring the well-being and comfort of our aging loved ones.


A Comprehensive Guide for Families

Memory care is a specialized form of long-term care designed to meet the unique needs of individuals living with memory impairment. Whether it's providing assistance with daily activities, offering cognitive stimulation, or creating a safe and supportive environment, memory care programs are tailored to address the challenges associated with conditions like Alzheimer's and dementia.


 A Comprehensive Guide for Families

Personalized Care Plans

 Memory care facilities create individualized care plans for each resident based on their specific needs, preferences, and stage of cognitive decline. These plans may include assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), medication management, and specialized therapies to promote cognitive function.

Safety and Security 

Safety is paramount in memory care settings. Facilities are equipped with safety features such as secure entryways, handrails, and emergency call systems to prevent accidents and wandering, common concerns for individuals with memory impairment.

24/7 Supervision and Support

Trained staff members are available around the clock to provide supervision and support for residents. Whether it's help with personal care tasks, medication reminders, or simply offering companionship, staff members play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of residents.

Engaging Activities

 Memory care programs offer a variety of activities and therapies designed to stimulate cognitive function and promote social interaction. From art therapy and music therapy to reminiscence programs and sensory stimulation activities, residents have access to enriching experiences tailored to their interests and abilities.

Family Involvement 

Families are encouraged to be actively involved in their loved one's care journey. Memory care facilities often provide support groups, educational resources, and opportunities for family members to participate in care planning and activities, fostering a sense of community and support.

Tips for Choosing the Right Memory Care Facility

Choosing the right memory care facility for a loved one can be a daunting task, filled with numerous considerations and emotions. Whether you're just beginning to explore options or have been actively searching for the perfect fit, having a clear understanding of what to look for and what questions to ask can make the process smoother and more manageable. Here are some tips to help guide you in selecting the right memory care facility for your loved one:


Tips for Choosing the Right Memory Care Facility

Assess Your Loved One's Needs 

Start by evaluating your loved one's specific needs and preferences. Consider factors such as the stage of their memory impairment, any coexisting medical conditions, mobility issues, dietary requirements, and personal preferences. This assessment will help you narrow down facilities that can adequately meet their needs.

Research Facilities 

Take the time to research memory care facilities in your area. Look for facilities that specialize in memory care and have a positive reputation within the community. Online reviews, recommendations from healthcare professionals, and personal referrals can provide valuable insights into the quality of care provided

Visit Multiple Facilities 

Schedule tours of multiple memory care facilities to get a firsthand look at their environment, amenities, and staff interactions. Pay attention to the cleanliness and safety of the facility, the friendliness and professionalism of the staff, and the overall atmosphere. Trust your instincts and observe how residents are engaged and cared for during your visit.

Ask About Staff Training and Qualifications 

Inquire about the training and qualifications of the staff members who will be caring for your loved one. Staff should have specialized training in dementia care and be equipped to handle the unique challenges associated with memory impairment. Ask about staff-to-resident ratios and how individualized care plans are developed and implemented.

Explore Care Services and Programs

Learn about the specific care services and programs offered by each facility. Look for comprehensive care plans tailored to the individual needs of residents, including assistance with activities of daily living, medication management, cognitive stimulation activities, and social engagement opportunities. Ask about the facility's approach to managing challenging behaviors and promoting resident independence.

Designing Memory Care Environments

In the realm of memory care, designing environments that evoke a sense of home goes beyond mere aesthetics. It's about crafting spaces that nurture familiarity, promote safety, and enhance the overall well-being of residents living with cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer's disease or dementia. From layout and décor to lighting and sensory stimulation, every aspect of design plays a crucial role in shaping the experiences of both residents and caregivers within memory care settings.


Layout and Spatial Planning

The layout of a memory care facility should prioritize simplicity and ease of navigation. Clear pathways and visual cues can help residents feel more confident and independent as they move through their environment. Common areas should be centrally located, encouraging social interaction and engagement among residents. Additionally, incorporating familiar landmarks or memory stations can provide reassurance and aid in wayfinding.

Comfortable and Functional Spaces

Comfort is paramount in memory care environments. Furniture should be chosen for its comfort and safety features, with a focus on preventing falls and promoting proper posture. Flexible seating arrangements allow for various activities and social interactions, while quiet spaces provide opportunities for relaxation and solitude when needed. Each area should be designed with the specific needs and preferences of residents in mind, balancing functionality with homelike aesthetic

Personalization and Familiarity

Personalization plays a key role in creating a sense of home for residents. Incorporating familiar objects, photographs, and memorabilia can evoke memories and foster a sense of belonging. Memory boxes outside individual rooms can serve as visual cues, helping residents identify their living spaces and promoting a sense of ownership. Additionally, signage and labels with clear, high-contrast text can aid in recognition and orientation for those with cognitive impairments.

Lighting and Sensory Stimulation

Natural light should be maximized whenever possible, as it promotes a sense of connection to the outdoors and helps regulate circadian rhythms. Soft, diffused lighting in common areas creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, while adjustable lighting in individual rooms allows residents to control their environment based on their preferences. Furthermore, incorporating elements of sensory stimulation, such as soothing music or tactile materials, can enhance cognitive function and emotional comfort for residents.

Safety and Security Measures

Measures such as handrails in hallways, non-slip flooring, and strategically placed grab bars in bathrooms help prevent accidents and falls. Secure outdoor spaces allow residents to enjoy nature safely, while controlled access systems and monitoring technology provide peace of mind for both residents and caregivers. Additionally, implementing wandering prevention strategies, such as door alarms and secure outdoor areas, helps keep residents safe while preserving their sense of autonomy.


Strategies for Self-Care in Memory Care

As caregivers, it's crucial to prioritize self-care to ensure you can continue providing the best possible support to your aging loved one. Here are some effective strategies for self-care in memory care:

  • Acknowledge Your Feelings: It's normal to experience a range of emotions when caring for someone with memory loss, including frustration, sadness, guilt, and even resentment. Acknowledge these feelings without judgment. Talk to a trusted friend, join a support group, or consider therapy to process your emotions in a healthy way.

  • Set Realistic Expectations: Understand that you can't do everything, and it's okay to ask for help. Set realistic expectations for yourself and prioritize tasks based on importance. Delegate responsibilities to other family members or consider hiring professional caregivers to share the workload.

  • Take Breaks: Caregiving can be all-consuming, but it's essential to take regular breaks to recharge. Schedule time for activities you enjoy, whether it's reading a book, going for a walk, or practicing mindfulness meditation. Even short breaks throughout the day can make a significant difference in your well-being.

  • Maintain Your Social Connections: Don't isolate yourself from friends and family members. Stay connected with your support network and make time for social activities. Having a strong support system can provide emotional support and practical assistance when you need it most.

  • Prioritize Your Physical Health: It's easy to neglect your own health when focusing on the needs of a loved one, but self-care includes taking care of your physical well-being. Eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and get enough sleep. Consider scheduling regular check-ups with your doctor to monitor your health.

Conclusion

Braley Care Homes Inc, we understand the paramount importance of memory care for our aging loved ones. With a commitment to providing compassionate and specialized support, we recognize the unique needs of individuals facing cognitive decline. Through our tailored programs and dedicated staff, we strive to create a nurturing environment that promotes dignity, safety, and quality of life. Contact us at (304) 767-4033 in Hurricane, WV, to learn more about how we can support your family member's journey towards enhanced well-being and comfort.


Memory Care for Aging Loved Ones

Sean Hyde

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Location:

Braley Care Homes

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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

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