Castle Rock, CO (PressExposure) March 24, 2012 -- Assured Assisted Living Homes announces that it had redesigned its website in its efforts of helping people who require Alzheimer's care. Assured Assisted Living Homes are operating 7 homes in Castle Rock and Parker, Colorado. These homes are RN owned and duly licensed by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (DPHE). The intention of Assured Assisted Living in redesigning its website is to assure the families of the residents that their loved ones live in the homes in highly comfortable environments and they can continue the stay even during the end stages of Alzheimer's care or dementia care. Specially trained Hospice nurses and other support staff ensure high quality of care and living standards for the residents of Assured Assisted Living Homes.
Individual Attention from Expert Teams
The teams of Assured Assisted Living [http://www.assuredassistedliving.com] Homes are led by Sheryl Thompson, RN Administrator and Certified Memory Impairment Specialist Instructor. After Sheryl's father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1994, Sheryl made it her life passion to create and run homes that will offer personalized and intimate home environments for people afflicted by various dementia disorders like Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, memory loss, and other dementia related disorders. Apart from the general services like assistance in bathing, dressing, personal hygiene and recreational activities, Assured Assisted Living Homes also offer special services such as medication management, incontinence supplies, outings and summer excursions. All these services for Alzheimer's care and dementia care are included in the standard monthly fees and the homes do not charge any itemized extra costs.
Redesigning of the Website to Reflect Dedication for 'Gold Standard' in Alzheimer's Care
Sheryl Thompson commented, "We decided to revamp our website design to reflect our dedication and passion in offering the 'Gold Standard' in Memory Care. We desired that the family members of our residents appreciate the very high 1:4 staff to residents' ratio in our homes, compared to the 1:10 staff to residents' ratio in many other institutions, apart from other special features like intimate and personal home feeling in buildings located in calm and enchanting neighborhoods. We also wished to highlight the family style dining, individualized activities, and steps for reduction in anxiety and behaviors of residents. The residents of our homes and all their family members are an integral part of our memory care efforts. We wish to proceed forward with their support and participation".