At Memory Care Home Solutions, we take an active role in supporting people living with dementia and care partners in their homes and community. We work hard to fulfill the organization’s mission; to extend and improve quality time at home for people living with dementia and their care partners, with a vision that all who are in need of services have access.
Memory Care Home Solutions is committed to serving families. Our hours of operations are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are serving new and on-going families while remaining committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our staff and those we serve. Our clinicians and staff follow the public health guidelines established by the CDC for healthcare professionals. MCHS services are available within a client’s home or through telehealth.
Welcome to Memory Care Home Solutions
Our mission is to extend and improve quality time at home for people living with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and their family care partners.
Many of the first calls we take follow a crisis – helping that family is crucial. Our experienced team of specialists work one-on-one with families, helping them keep their loved ones at home as long as possible. After working with MCHS, over 90% of care partners report reduced stress and increased confidence in their role. People living with dementia experience better help and ability to engage in daily activities.
What We Do
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Through our Dementia Care Intervention, families receive personalized guidance to navigate memory changes and prepare for the future with dignity and confidence. After just 3 months working with MCHS, people living with dementia experience:
- 61% fewer trips to the ER
- 69% fewer 911 calls
- 67% fewer hospitalizations
Memory Care Home Solutions provides educational workshops on brain health to over 2,000 healthcare professionals and dozens of community groups each year.
Memory Care Home Solutions has served over 200,000 people since 2002. To meet community need, funding and expansion of our program are necessary. Donations enable our services to expand with the growing population of those impacted by cognitive impairment, memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.