Who We Are
Maple View is one of the largest memory care organizations in North Dakota. We’re known as the region’s leading experts in memory care for individuals with cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. With a higher than average staff-to-resident ratio, we have 40+ employees including RNs, LPNs, CNAs, full-time kitchen staff, drivers and more. These award-winning caregivers are highly experienced in memory care and passionate about providing a superior quality of life for our residents.
Services and Amenities
A VARIETY OF PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE AT MAPLE VIEW. WE CAN CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE FOR PART OF A DAY, A FULL DAY, A WEEK, OR ON A FULL TIME ONGOING BASIS.
Designed to Match Abilities
The programs offered at Maple View are designed around the concept of living “failure-free.” We focus less on what our residents can’t do, and more on what they can. We understand that being overwhelmed with a task is frustrating, so we encourage our residents to participate in activities to the best of their own ability or comfort level.
With residents at various stages of their disease, we have found that the best way to implement an effective and positive daily program is to provide activities that meet each individual’s needs where they are presently. Ideally, our goal is for our residents to be integrated into our daily programming even if they are not able to participate in all of them.
At Maple View, We Get it!
To be “failure-free,” we avoid activities that are too overwhelming or overstimulating. Our goal is to create a peaceful environment that welcomes all levels of engagement. It could be a game, arts and crafts, something as low key as hand massages, sing-a-longs, or simply reminiscing as a group or individually.
Why Are We Different For YOU?
We get that every family and every individual is different; our care reflects those differences and we offer families the independence they need to live their own life. We have also teamed up with local occupational and physical therapists, nurse practitioners, and other entities to make “house-calls” to our residents at each location. These practitioners work hand-in-hand with our licensed nurses and other members of our care team to help meet our residents’ current and long-term health care needs, together.