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NJ Alzheimer's Care Communities

Fox Trail is your gateway to productive senior living. Our assisted living and memory care communities empower senior residents who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease to stay as active and engaged as possible every day. When you reach out using the submit form on this website's Contact Us page, our advisor will guide you through an initial patient assessment so we can closely match your loved one's specific requirements for memory care living, as well as discuss your family budget for assisted living services.

What is Alzheimer's Disease?

Alzheimer's disease is a neurodegenerative disease that is highly prevalent in seniors today. This progressive brain disease initially manifests itself as minor cognitive problems like forgetfulness, confusion, and difficulty with speech. As the disease progresses to later stages, seniors lose their ability to perform key functions like:

  • recognizing loved ones
  • feeding themselves
  • swallowing food
  • controlling bladder & bowels
  • standing and walking

A senior's minor cognitive problems that mark the early stages of Alzheimer's disease gradually worsen during the mid-stages of the brain disorder. During late stages of the disease, major cognitive problems develop and the senior may lose his or her ability to perform key functions or activities for daily living. Although there is no Alzheimer's cure, patients in early to mid stages can enjoy a quality of life.



Ages of People with Alzheimer's in the United States, 2018

What Services Do Memory Care Living Communities in New Jersey Provide for Alzheimer's?

It is important to remember that Alzheimer's can be very hard on friends and family members who provide assistance during even the earliest stages of the disease. Many home caregivers report an increase in sadness, depression, high levels of stress and an increase in their own health problems. With the support of a professionally trained staff, seniors with Alzheimer's have the opportunity to enjoy good years of living and interaction with others. Today, Alzheimer's is well managed with the newer medications and medical researchers are working double time with an ambitious goal of finding a cure for the devastating disease. Alzheimer's memory care living facilities offer numerous enrichment programs tailored for residents in all stages. Moreover, all senior care facilities that we recommend are secured properties with layouts that support the resident's need to wander.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of being a caregiver for an Alzheimer's or Memory care friend or family member, please reach out to us. It is difficult to take care of loved ones who need Alzheimer's care and face other forms of Memory disorders. We are here to help you and the loved ones needing to be in a memory care facility like ours. Schedule a time to come and see our memory care facilities for yourself and see why so many Alzheimer's patients reside here. 

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When we met with the personnel at Fox Trail Memory Care Living at Paramus, we couldn't believe how homey and clean it was. We were so excited that my father was going to go and be a resident there. They have home cooked meals, they do activities with the residents, they involve the family in activities also. Plus, the cost per month is substantially lower than other facilities in the area almost by half. In the end, however, my father couldn't stay there as he needed more advanced care in a more traditional secured nursing home as his dementia has become more advanced. We were very disappointed that he had to leave. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a place for their loved one. Fox Trail is a good place for residents that aren't considered a "security threat" and are pretty docile, which my father wasn't. It wasn't enough to cover my father's care and needs.

— M. Demps

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