Medication management and administration
At Dublin Glenn, we take a holistic approach to memory care, considering each resident's unique personality, habits, routines, and care needs. Our goal is to ensure every resident and their family feels safe, secure, connected, and cared for through supportive services tailored to those living with memory loss.
Caring for people with Alzheimer's disease and dementia involves more than knowledge about the disease – it requires empathy, passion, commitment, and creativity. Because each person’s journey with dementia is different, our care team personalizes each resident's care based on their individual needs, preferences, safety, and comfort.
We follow best practices in dementia care and provide ongoing professional education for all team members through specialty programs like Dementia Live® and Certified Dementia Practitioner® (CDP) training.
Prior to moving in, we assess each resident's medical needs and stage of dementia to determine the best placement within our center. While our care and programs are especially beneficial for those in the early to middle stages of dementia, we also partner with a variety of hospice providers to meet the needs of those facing the later stage of dementia.
Our team & services include:
Engaging residents through personalized enrichment programs is a cornerstone of our care model at Dubin Glenn Memory Care. Our team takes into account each resident’s interests, hobbies, and abilities to create small group and one-on-one programming that sparks memories and nurtures meaningful interactions. This individualized approach fosters a sense of purpose and creates a supportive environment where your loved one can connect and thrive. No two days are alike when you’re living with dementia, so our engagement team is always ready to make adjustments at a moment’s notice.
Examples of our enrichment and activites programs include:
Research shows that smaller homelike environments are better for people living with dementia, offering a sense of familiarity and ease of navigation. At Dublin Glenn, we've created a safe and comforting environment that embodies the warmth of a traditional home. From the cozy den to the outdoor courtyard, our community features a variety of spaces for residents and their families to relax, connect, and enjoy each other's company. Whether you're sipping a cup of coffee by the fireplace or playing a game in the lounge den, every space is thoughtfully designed to promote a sense of comfort and ease.
We offer a variety of room accommodations designed to meet individual preferences and needs, including private suites for those who prefer privacy and shared suites for couples and others who value companionship.
Starting at $5,900/month
Square Footage: 390 sf
Private Suite with Shared Bath
Starting at $6,700/month
Square Footage: 465 sf
Private Suite with Private Bath
Starting at $7,200/month
Square Footage: 290 sf
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At Dublin Glenn Memory Care, we strive to provide resources not only to our residents' families but also to caregivers in the community. We know it can be a challenging journey, so our goal is to offer timely and helpful information to support you every step of the way. In addition to our team providing Alzheimer’s support, the following organizations are valuable resources for additional information and education about Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Caregiver Connection Monthly Support Group
Memory Disorders Clinic at The Ohio State University Medical Center
The Memory Disorders Clinic at The Ohio State University Medical Center offers comprehensive assessments, treatment and diagnosis of patients with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other memory impairments. Their qualified team of memory care professionals is dedicated to providing the highest level of care and support for their patients and their caregivers. They are also committed to the education of patients, caregivers, medical professionals and the public.
Self-Administered Gerocognitive Exam (SAGE)
The Self-Administered Gerocognitive Exam (SAGE) is a brief, self-administered cognitive screening test used to identify early signs of Mild Cognitive Impairment and dementia. Our memory care team recommends taking the SAGE test and discussing the results with a primary care physician.
Central Ohio Chapter, Alzheimer’s Association
The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s support, care, and research. The Central Ohio Chapter is one of over 70 Alzheimer’s Association chapters in the United States.
John J. Gerlach Center for Senior Health, OhioHealth
The John J. Gerlach Center for Senior Health provides healthcare and support services with a positive perspective to aging. It also offers caregiver support and educational programs to help adults of any age learn the physical, psychological, spiritual and social aspects of healthy aging.
Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides free information resources about Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. The Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center gathers authoritative, up-to-date information from agencies and organizations with expertise in memory care.