Two of Angels on Arcadian’s buildings, 1500 and 1550, are dedicated to Elderly Care and Memory Care. While all of the residents of these assisted living facilities are elderly, they have a variety of needs, ranging from those who need just a little help with day-to-day tasks, to those who require constant care.
Both 1500 and 1550 have staff members that specialize in working with Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. These conditions often mean that a resident will live in a nursing home, but our nurses provide a level of memory care and medical attention that allows these residents to live in the less restrictive environment of assisted living.
The final building of Angels Assisted Living’s De Pere campus, 1525, is dedicated to patients with dementia, traumatic brain injury, physical disability, or mental illness. The residents of 1525 have non-eldercare related needs including challenging personalities and behaviors.
The staff of 1525 is accomplished in their field, with years of experience working with the variety of medical needs and behaviors associated with this specific resident population. They have developed a glowing reputation for being able to work with challenging personalities.