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Memory Care & Support

Meaningful. Purposeful. Independent

The Fountains of Hope Memory Care understands dementia can be overwhelming. Most importantly, we believe focusing on what remains is far more important than what is lost. We embrace and celebrate everything our residents do to promote physical and emotional well-being, support daily functioning and maintain a sense of accomplishment, dignity and quality of life.

Feeling secure and at home is important in every stage of life. Our Reflections Suites are comfortably appointed. Decorate with personal mementos and furnishings to reflect the life and personality of your loved one. Bright sunny interiors and purpose-driven design create a soothing and familiar environment to feel like home.

Reflections highlights person-centered care, delivered by a full-time licensed nurse and care partners: Full time Memory Care Director and a team of Resident Care Partners. We are staffed around the clock, 24 hours a day to provide clinical oversight and coordination of care. As a result, this peace of mind gives back the control you lost when your loved one was diagnosed with memory loss. Most important, you can get back to being who your loved one wants and needs you to be: a daughter, a son, a grandchild or a spouse again.

The Fountains of Hope Assisted Living & Memory Care Community


2250 Jesus Way Sarasota, FL 34240

Helping Residents to Thrive

Reflections Memory Care offers those with Alzheimer’s and related dementias the care, respect, dignity and quality of life they deserve along with a sense of security and peace of mind for families and loved ones. The hallmark of Reflections is how it focuses on the idea that what remains is far more important that what is lost. We believe that the life of the person with dementia can be enriched with person-centered care through promoting dignity, helpful assistance, and innovative Reflections Memory Care programming.

The Reflections’ approach:

  • We honor the uniqueness and dignity of everyone and know that there is more to the person than their cognitive challenges and the essence of the person remains.
  • A “safe haven” is created in which the resident is not only physically safe, but emotionally safe by providing positive interactions and a structured predictable day.
  • A caring partnership with family members is developed to learn about the individual so we can adapt our approaches to their lifestyle and individual needs.
  • Caregivers are empowered to know the resident and give input into the design of care.
  • Individual’s independence is fostered using consistent roles and routines.
  • Promoting the freedom of choice to increase the individual’s self-esteem and independence.
  • The environment is matched to the individual’s needs and clutter-free.
  •  Activities always promote success.
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