Broadmead’s Center of Excellence in Dementia Care is your resource to support individuals living with memory challenges and their loved ones with diagnosis, education, care assessments, nutrition and engagement support and more. We take time to talk with each person to fully understand what’s important in their life, learn their wishes, and then develop an individualized plan. Our evidence based approach to memory care is intentional. Our goal is to maximize quality of life and independence in the person’s preferred environment while providing resources that help them navigate as changes occur. We support both our own residents on the Broadmead campus as well as the surrounding community.
Additionally, our center supports with the education of professionals and care partners in the community. Our education plan is tailored to the needs of the professional, community or individual families. We are certified through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP) to provide comprehensive training that covers all aspects of living with memory challenges and being a care partner.
Stacey Young received her Master’s Degree in Aging Studies/Applied Sociology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Stacey’s entire career (23+ years) has been in the field of dementia care serving those living in Life Plan communities, assisted living, long term care and memory care as well as serving as an educator at the local, state and national levels. Stacey is an activity consultant, certified dementia practitioner and trainer, and certified in the Montessori approach to memory care and the Teepa Snow Positive Approach to Care.
Broadmead was the first community in the country to be recognized with Memory Care Neighborhood Commendation from NCCDP. We also serve as a resource for the Virtual Dementia Tour, an empathy based training.
Geographic Areas served: Baltimore County, Baltimore City, and surrounding counties; for education needs we can also extend beyond that.
13801 York Road, Cockeysville, MD 21030