Memory Home > Memory If you are living with and or caring for someone with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, you are not alone. Today, thousands of American families just like yours are living with and caring for loved ones with memory loss making it more difficult to provide a safe and supportive living environment. The Rochester Presbyterian Home has been a leader in memory care since 1992, but more importantly they are helping caregivers like you find the right solution to the challenges caused by progressive memory loss. A Leader in Memory Care Every day, we provide guidance and alternative care strategies to families so they can make informed and loving decisions regarding the long-term care of their cherished loved one. Knowing you made the best decision for the one you love is the only path to true peace-of-mind. People living with dementia experience changes in cognitive and functional abilities as the disease progresses. This varies from person to person depending on the type of dementia and the stage of the illness. Together, we can explore all options available and support you throughout the decision making process. Contact Us Today If you approaching the time when a higher level of care for your loved one is warranted, please call our Executive Director Nancy Smyth at 585.235.9100 or e-mail her at [email protected] . Nancy will share her 35-years of care-giving experience to help you to make best decision for the loved one you cherish. We look forward to your call.