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Why Choose Stonebridge at Montgomery for Memory Care?

A senior man looks at a photo album with a caregiver.

Being in a familiar place is a huge source of comfort to people who need memory care. At the same time, however, keeping a loved one at home can become increasingly difficult — and most spouses and adult children lack the necessary skills and time to provide the caliber of care they’d like to.  

It can be a confusing and heart-wrenching time. 

At Stonebridge at Montgomery, we provide leading-edge care in a secure, homelike setting. Our memory care neighborhood has just 21 private apartments, creating a feeling of intimacy and comfort that’s reinforced by a consistent team of universal caregivers.  

Just beyond the memory care neighborhood, residents benefit from the wide variety of services and amenities available on the rest of the Stonebridge at Montgomery Life Plan Community  campus, including a full-service wellness clinic.

It’s this combination of superior services and familiar surroundings that eases the minds of family members, who want to know that their loved ones are safe and receiving high-quality care around the clock.

We see that as a good start, but it’s certainly not the end. Rather, it lays the foundation for our most important mission: providing person-centered care that seeks to do far more than keep residents safe and comfortable. 

Making a Difference With Person-Centered Care

A person facing dementia could receive the most accurate assessment and diagnosis, be provided with a detailed care plan, and have the benefit of familiar and pleasant surroundings, but still fail to connect with others and enjoy life in the moment.

The missing ingredient? The deep sense of dignity and respect that can only happen through truly getting to know a person. 

Person-centered care isn’t easy to explain because it’s not one size fits all. Instead, we consider each person’s unique background, vocational skills, and preferences when coming up with tailored activities and interventions, empowering them to feel respected, fulfilled, and connected to the community around them.

If your loved one is an avid gardener, for example, a team member might help her start seedlings or take a stroll outside to identify flowers together. A musician would be able to listen to music and enjoy the sounds with others around them. A former English literature professor could work with a team member to come up with a reading list to share with his children and grandchildren.

Even small details like those can decrease agitation and depression and improve quality of life, making the difference between what the Alzheimer’s Association calls “ill-being” and “well-being” in its Dementia Care Practice Recommendations.

The Campus at Stonebridge at Montgomery

Beyond the memory care neighborhood, which includes a secure outdoor area for enjoying nicer weather, Stonebridge at Montgomery has a campus full of services, amenities, and activities that could be of benefit to your loved one in various ways.

  • The art studio for oil painting, watercolors, pastels, and sculpting. 
  • The clubhouse offers a library, billiards, an art gallery, and comfortable perches (both indoors and out) for enjoying views of the Great Lawn.
  • The health and wellness clinic provides holistic care for residents, including annual physicals and immunizations. 
  • The fully equipped fitness center offers group classes and customized programs to maintain mobility and strength.
  • The greenhouse is the place to connect with other gardeners or just enjoy the colorful annuals and perennials.
  • The beautiful grounds include plenty of greenspace, a wildflower meadow, and walking trails for taking a stroll while visiting your loved one.
  • The heated indoor pool offers a soothing and low-impact way to keep moving.
  • The Stonebridge Yacht Club takes advantage of the on-site pond to host an annual regatta for radio-controlled boats of all kinds.
  • A full lineup of daily, weekly, and monthly activities including everything from bingo to corn hole. 

Nearby in Princeton, New Jersey

Stonebridge at Montgomery is located just a few miles from Princeton University and the town of Princeton’s lively downtown district full of boutiques and restaurants. Located in the heart of town, the historic Peacock Inn was voted one of the 20 best luxury hotels in New Jersey by Vue Magazine. You can also arrange a tour of the campus and other historical sites. Local gardens offer another pleasant way to spend an afternoon. Finally, the Princeton Art Museum, which houses over 92,000 works of art, is a local favorite and will be even more impressive when its new home in the heart of campus opens in spring 2025.When visiting a loved one at Stonebridge at Montgomery, there is sure to be community and local attractions for everyone.

Memory Care in Skillman, NJ

Located in Skillman, New Jersey, Stonebridge at Montgomery is a Life Plan Community offering memory care, independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation. We’re proud of our luxurious amenities and leading-edge care, but it’s our person-centered care that truly makes the difference in the lives of memory care residents. Schedule a visit here to experience Stonebridge at Montgomery for yourself — and see how it could help your loved one feel at ease and enjoy life more.  

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