Maui Memory Care Facility Will Start Construction in October According to HIRC Developer Andre Hurst
Kihei, Maui, August 22, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Andre Hurst of Hawaiian Islands Regional Center announced today that they anticipate breaking ground on the new healthcare facility in October. The first phase of the facility will have a state of the art Memory Care facility.
Alzheimer’s and dementia are two of the common memory-loss conditions included under the umbrella of memory care. This specialized care spans a spectrum of services depending upon the severity of symptoms exhibited by an individual—from cueing to requiring a secured setting to prevent elopement.
Memory care goes beyond what is traditionally offered in an assisted living setting. Housekeeping, laundry and meal preparation services are provided but the level of assistance with activities of daily living is increased. Often the daily activities are designed specially to allow the individual to reconnect with favorite hobbies or interests.
Andre Hurst stated that "the new facility will offer it's residents the most state of the art technology and services to help our patients and their families."