In an effort to create a more unified and cohesive presence in the Salt Lake City region, we’ve renamed our local communities.…
Alzheimer's and Dementia Memory Care in Holladay, Utah
Embracing the moment, expanding opportunity.
A dignified approach to memory care that insightfully supports and celebrates each individual. Skilled team members who draw on distinct life experiences to build relationships and find the most compassionate ways to react and redirect, based on individual needs and desires. All working together to create positive days and peaceful nights for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
And unlike institutional care settings, the environment at The Ridge Cottonwood in Holladay, Utah, has been intentionally designed to mirror the comforts of home. Here, residents find calm in their private studio or suite, and shared living spaces encourage residents to maximize independence while cultivating a sense of belonging and meaningful purpose.
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Connection through music-triggered memories.
A melody is the sound of a memory. The Ridge Cottonwood is a certified MUSIC & MEMORY® community. This national initiative gives residents personalized music playlists on iPods or other digital devices, created with input from residents, family and friends. These musical favorites tap deep memories and bring smiles to faces, enabling folks to feel like themselves again, socialize and stay present.
Frequently Asked Questions
Long-term care insurance may in some cases assist in paying for care, but the amount of coverage can vary depending on an individual’s particular policy. Beyond that, there may also be possible life insurance conversion benefits and Veteran’s benefits available.
Memory care at The Ridge Cottonwood is always tailored to the individual, but generally includes specialized therapies, programs and services designed to improve daily living for those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. It is also staffed around-the-clock with highly trained, licensed professionals who are dedicated to fulfilling the needs and lives of every resident in their care.
Yes, we can work with family members to help arrange hospice services for anyone within our memory care program.