Memory Care

Care That Offers Meaningful Moments

If you know someone suffering from Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia or memory loss, you know the emotional and physical toll it takes on the individual and their loved ones. Inspired by Dr. John A. Mease’s 1964 vision for levels of care all in one location in Dunedin, Florida, Mease Life has opened a brand-new memory care community to help bring peace and fulfillment into the lives of older adults and their families living in the Clearwater area.

Floor Plans

  • 32 private suites that form two 16-suite neighborhoods
  • Communal areas for socialization with other residents and staff
  • Secure, thoughtfully landscaped patio areas for safe outdoor exploration
  • Private bathrooms designed with personal safety in mind — considered the first of its kind in central Florida

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Sand Dunes

290 Sq. Ft.

Sand Dunes floor plan - 290 sqft
Sea Oats

270 Sq. Ft.

Sea Oats Floor Plan - 270 sqft.
Windward

320 Sq. Ft.

Windward Floor Plan - 320 sqft

Personalized Care Planning

We focus on safety so our residents can live fully. At Mease Life Memory Care, we use non-intrusive technology to keep residents safe and offer individual monitoring programs based on a resident’s needs. Each team member is specially trained to work with residents at all levels of memory loss. We create and implement:
  • Customized meal choices for each resident’s needs and personal tastes
  • Structured activities

Services and Amenities

  • Three meals daily, plus snacks
  • Daily and weekly housekeeping, including flat linens and towels
  • On-site doctors’ offices and clinic services
  • Wellness programs
  • Licensed nursing staff available 24/7
  • Family involvement with treatment and care planning
  • Access to skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation services, if needed

Special Events

Everyone responds instinctively to music, and when it comes to advanced stages of dementia, a person’s ability to engage in music often remains intact. Research into music and brain function has revealed that music triggers certain networks of the brain that benefit people who have difficulty with language, cognition, or motor control. Music therapy is a research-based practice and profession in which music is used to actively support people as they strive to improve their health, functioning and well-being. Music lights up the entire brain and can give people with dementia a break from confusion and fear. Some people can no longer remember their loved ones, but they still know all the words to their favorite songs. This type of therapy may even in some instances provide relief from pain and help people recover lost memories.