It is particularly trying for loved ones and caregivers when Alzheimer’s or dementia become part of a diagnosis. In addition to the health concerns associated with these conditions, entrusting a loved one in the care of someone else can be overwhelming. At Minnesota Masonic Home, all of our staff have received dementia training to ensure we provide the best quality of care for our residents.

The memory care wing of our Home offers private and semi-private rooms that have been designed for safety and comfort. The area provides a beautifully landscaped and enclosed courtyard with a walking path, hair salon and individualized attention to include a five-meal plan, personalized bathing program and recreational and musical therapy program.

Questions? View our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page or call us at 952.948.7915.

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Champions of Care

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Minnesota Masonic Home recognizes that it takes a special person to care for another. The leadership team does not take this lightly. It is our hope that caregivers and staff at Minnesota Masonic home continue to feel valued for the kindness and love that they show both residents and their families – which is why we provide an opportunity for individuals to nominate an outstanding individual through our Champion of Care program.

Champions of Care program details