GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., March 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Leisure Living Management, a Grand Rapids-basedsenior housing and care provider, has earned a trademark for its Moments MemoryCare™ program, the first such designation in Michigan focused on caring for residents experiencing memory loss, Alzheimer's and other dementia.
"We wanted to make sure there was comprehensive care and not just interactions during the day," Leisure Living President Neil Kraay said.
"This trademark vindicates all of the hard work it took to research and implement what we consider to be the best memory care program in Michigan."
Memory care staff members at Leisure Living's 25 communities throughout Michigan are trained in the specialized program. The team is encouraged to demonstrate care procedures and pass tests to earn certification to care for patients with memory loss.
The Moments MemoryCare™ program, which was deployed four years ago in Leisure Living communities, will continue to evolve with the newest research, Kraay said. The housing community provider sought the trademark to validate the unique nature of the care planning.
"We always want to improve for the benefit of our residents," Kraay said. "We can confidently say with Moments MemoryCare™ that we are talking the talk and walking the walk. We're taking the steps necessary to provide exemplary care."
About Leisure Living Management
Leisure Living has been improving senior and family care across Michigan since 1995 with a network of communities that serve rural and urban centers. Our daily goal and mission seeks "To honor God by providing high quality senior lifestyle services which promote the value and dignity of every person." For more about Leisure Living Management, go to http://www.leisure-living.com.
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