The Many Ways Brighview Senior Living Fights Dementia While Improving Care Across The Country

Thursday, September 20, 2018 General News
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In recognition of World Alzheimer's Day on September 23, 2018, Brightview Senior Living is participating in several Maryland events, and one Brightview executive has been named to national panel on Alzheimer's and other dementias.

BALTIMORE, September 20, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Patrick Doyle, Ph.D., Corporate Director

of Dementia Care for Brightview Senior Living and Principal Faculty at Johns Hopkins Center for Innovative Care in Aging, has been selected to participate on the Dementia Care Provider Roundtable (AADCPR), a national panel facilitated by the Alzheimer's Association.

Dr. Doyle will be on the forefront of developing solutions and strategies that focus on better person-centered care, along with representatives from other organizations that work with people living with dementia.

At the same time, Maryland-area Brightview Senior Living communities are preparing for World Alzheimer's Day on September 23, 2018. They are raising funds by participating in several of the Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer'sŪ. Last year, Brightview Senior Living raised $46,000 for the cause.

"It is a very exciting time, as we work with the Alzheimer's Association to not only raise funds for research, but to revolutionize the way we care for these unique people," says Doyle. "Our financial contribution goes a long way, and as part of the panel, we will meet with key stakeholders to see what methods of care work best. Using this information, we will develop standards for all organizations who work with people living with dementia."

Brightview Senior Living is already on the forefront of caring for people with cognitive impairment. Their innovative program "Mind & Music," integrates music into the lives of people with dementia, and has shown to improve mood and attention, create higher quality of life, reduce pain and improve sleep.

"At Brightview Senior Living, residents are supported to lead full, engaged and meaningful lives despite the challenges of living with dementia," continues Doyle. "Search on YouTube for 'Brightview We Believe' to watch a video on our philosophy of caring for our memory care residents."

Brightview Senior Living has built and manages 35 communities with dementia care neighborhoods, 15 of which are in Maryland. These Wellspring Village neighborhoods are part of the larger Brightview communities that may include both independent and assisted living.

Visit http://www.brightviewseniorliving.com for more information or http://www.alz.org to learn more about the Walk to End Alzheimer'sŪ.

 

SOURCE Brightview Senior Living



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