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Memory Care

True Bridge: Private Nursing and Caregiver/Home Health Aide Support for Memory Care


Introducing True Bridge Memory Care:

Your Path to Caring Connections

Welcome to True Bridge. Let us take you on a heartfelt journey to experience better days and brighter tomorrows. True Bridge is a very special part of True Care Home Care, serving the New York City Metropolitan Area. We offer a comprehensive suite of services geared toward those who are aiming to age in place in partnership with experienced professionals. True Bridge is your guide to exceptional home-based assistance, always ready to help with a friendly face and a compassionate heart.

True Bridge is all about caring connections. We’re here to make life easier, more fulfilling, and more comfortable. We’re here for you, and we understand the challenges you’re currently facing. Our warm-hearted, compassionate, and understanding team is ready to support you on your journey. Welcome to True Bridge, where we build bridges of care and kindness, one client at a time.


What is Memory Care?

So much of who we are is made up of our memories. Reminiscing about good times, reflecting on our youth, and recalling events are essential to not only social but also our executive functioning.

Memory loss can be devastating to individuals and families, however, there is hope. At True Care, we bring best-in-class memory care into our clients’ homes with our True Bridge Memory Care program.

Memory care provides intensive, specialized care for people with memory impairments. True Care’s True Bridge program is designed to empower, encourage, and engage our clients in order to provide a greater level of care for older adults living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other forms of memory loss.

Memory care begins with a comprehensive clinical assessment to determine the capabilities and strengths of the client. This assessment provides the family and care team with the information, support, and necessary training to best meet the client’s needs. Our memory care Nurses are trained to take a full history, which includes clients’ preferences, cultural background, abilities, and health goals. This information is then used to craft a custom care plan that honors, supports, and engages the client in the most dignified way to enhance both safety and purposeful living.


Who is Memory Care for?

Memory care in a home-care setting can be great for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, as they often require close monitoring and special support. This type of care generally results in superior outcomes for individuals who need support with everyday life but are capable of handling many everyday tasks and functions themselves.

This program is ideal for families who want to make the most out of the precious time they have with their loved one by bringing more joy to the present.


How does Memory Care work?

Memory care programs like True Bridge are designed to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals with memory loss, while also helping to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. Memory care programs typically offer a range of services, including assistance with the Activities of Daily Living, medication reminders and management,

social and recreational activities, and specialized therapies designed to appeal to the unique strengths and interests of the client. Select Caregivers receive additional training in order to be able to provide the highly sensitive, specialized services that memory care requires.

Memory Care, the True Bridge way:

Our True Bridge program starts with an Engagement Assessment, which identifies each client's strengths, interests, and abilities. We provide the tools to enrich the client's days and create connections with family and caregivers.

Families are encouraged to participate and are an important part of the client's support circle. Together, we can face the challenges of memory loss.

True Bridge provides intensive and ongoing training to prepare our Nurses and Caregivers for the demands of caring for those with memory impairments. We also work with families to help them learn the best ways to care for and interact with their loved one who is experiencing memory loss.

The challenges of memory loss are lessened by being equipped with the best information possible to create a meaningful and safe day-to-day environment for your loved one.

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    Client Testimonials

    “Front desk is really helpful and they take their time to listen to your problem, they have empathy for the aides. I love to work with the agency”

    Lola A.

    “My experience is great with them. They take care of me and are very attentive to my needs.”

    Viola A

    “I am very satisfied with true care. My home attendant is very helpful and patient. She has basically become like family.”

    Katherine A

    “I love this home care. My grandma has been with this agency for the past 7 years and she never had a problem/ bad experience. They always prompt on substitutes if needed or any updates that are happening at the agency. ”

    V. S.

    True Care really does care about their clients. It’s taken a little while to get to the aid that I currently have but she’s irreplaceable and hard working. Everyone I’ve had the pleasure of speaking to is professional and kind. I’m very thankful that we found this agency because there are a lot of Home Care agencies out there but very few that really care, consider their clients and ultimately want what’s best for them.

    Julia D

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is memory care?

    Memory care is specialized care and support given to people who are experiencing changes in their memory due to conditions like Alzheimer’s or dementia.

    Do you accept insurance for memory care?

    Memory Care is currently offered on a Private Pay basis.

    We work with insurance on a case-by-case basis to help minimize out-of-pocket costs wherever possible.

    Who is memory care appropriate for?

    Memory care is right for those who are experiencing memory changes as a result of conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

    Ready to start receiving Memory Carefrom True Care?