Brain Health (Memory Care) Program
If you are caring for a loved one who is having trouble finding words to say or paying attention, we can help you. Your loved one can still learn new things and create new memories. Our Brain Health program can provide tools and resources in managing their memory care and quality of life.
CareMore Offers (in select locations):
- Therapy and treatment options
- Education on your condition
- Tips to improve your memory
- Medication Management
The Brain Health Program was created to help you and your loved one:
- Keep their mind active
- Stay connected to the people and things they love
- Make lifestyle changes
- Learn how to take care of yourself
- Give you support
About Brain Health
Our brain changes as we get older. Some people develop a brain disease or get a brain injury that limits the way they can function. Brain injuries usually occur through accidents, such as falls. It is important to try to avoid accidental falls to prevent brain injuries.
Alzheimer's is a common brain disease among older adults. People with Alzheimer's disease may find it hard to remember things, repeat the same questions multiple times, have trouble doing simple tasks, or lose things often. In later stages, people may forget how to do certain tasks like brushing teeth or putting clothes on. They may also wander away from home and forget names and places in their life. There are no ways to prevent Alzheimer's Disease, although people with Diabetes and Heart Disease are at a higher risk of getting Alzheimer's.
Brain Health Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
You can live an active and functional life with your Brain Health managed. We can help. Just give Member Services a call at (800) 499-2793 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. PST.