Welcome to Memory Care Support
Memory Care Support, LLC is a consulting company solely dedicated to supporting innovative and quality memory care. Our owner and principle, Anne Ellett, N.P., M.S.N, with over 20 years’ experience in the senior living industry, recognizes that developing an excellent memory care program is complex, and is comprised of many factors including creating a dementia-friendly environment, staffing, training, clinical care and fresh programming.
Specialized Dementia Programming
Memory Care Support will work with your company to develop a specialized dementia program that reflects your specific vision and mission.
Development and Operations Consulting
Memory Care Support is experienced working with established memory care operators and new teams wanting to break into the competitive market.
Keynote Speaking and Workshop Facilitation
Anne Ellett, our founder, is a requested speaker and facilitator at conferences and senior living educational events and webinars.
Expert Legal Services
Memory Care Support assists with a wide range of legal cases pertaining to older adults and the standard of care.
Over the past several decades, we’ve gained significant experience working in all aspects of residential care and in providing expert legal services to our diverse clientele. Our extensive background in the health care industry, specifically senior living, as well as the array of organizations we’ve supported, gives us a unique perspective in the most effective and innovative means of addressing memory care issues. View some of our case studies working on behalf of families, health care facilities and Assisted Living and Memory Care providers.
Setting Your Memory Care Program Apart from Your Competition
Memory Care in Assisted Living has proliferated in recent years in response to the market demographics. When you built your Assisted Living with the Memory Care, chances are that you didn’t have much competition nearby. Today families seeking memory care have multiple choices within close proximity and occupancy rates have declined. Is Memory Care overbuilt, […]Read More