Dementia Care


Dementia does not define our residents, our residents define our community.

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Learn why more than 40% of our residents come to us from other facilities


Learn why 40% of our residents come to us from other memory care facilities


Alzheimer’s & Dementia Nursing Care: Medical Services

Your loved one’s medical needs are always the primary focus of our staff at our dementia care community and facility. Rest assured that we have a professional nursing staff on-site that offer medical services for residents with Alzheimer’s and Dementia 24 hours a day to address daily care needs. The medical services at our dementia care assisted living facility in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois include assisting residents with medication management, monitoring blood glucose and administering insulin.

Senior Respire Care Services at Terra Vista in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois

When someone you care about is diagnosed with dementia we understand that it affects the entire family.

Suddenly you’re faced with questions:

  • How do I find a quality dementia care facility near me?
  • How will I ever be able to afford the best dementia care community?
  • How do I measure one dementia assisted living facility against another?

At Terra Vista of Oakbrook Terrace—an innovative and secure dementia nursing care assisted living facility, our team is here for your loved one. 100% of the staff members at our dementia assisted living facility are trained in the best practices of caring for residents with dementia. Our community promotes barrier-free paths instead of stress-inducing segregated units and offers brain-stimulating programming. Our dementia care living facility offers an all-inclusive rate. Let us help you.

Come tour our dementia care community and view our dementia care focused amenities: individual apartments for each resident, multi-sensory way-finding markers, full-service dining, Utopia Lounge, 24/7 wellness management, outdoor courtyard, innovative security, and much more.

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We have experience in caring for the following:


As the most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s is a gradual mental deterioration caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle variables. Symptoms include behavior changes, paranoia, disorientation, extreme confusion, and difficulties with physical functions such as walking, speaking, and swallowing.


Falling into three subtypes—Behavior variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD), Primary progressive aphasia (PPA), and Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)—this form of dementia stems from a progressive nerve cell loss in the brain’s frontal or temporal lopes, onsetting the gradual deterioration of memory, personality, reasoning, verbal motor, etc. Symptoms begin as early as 20 and as old as 80 years of age.


Vascular Dementia commonly occurs after a stroke blocks an artery in the brain. However, other ailments that deprive the brain of nutrients and oxygen (high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol) can cause this form of dementia as well. Symptoms include a decline in verbal skills, extreme confusion, difficulties concentrating, depression, and the sudden urge to urinate.

An individual with vascular dementia may have trouble with tasks such as strategizing, organizing, and judging. This type of dementia originates from conditions that cause severe blood flow restrictions in the brain. Vascular dementia can be caused by strokes or restricted blood vessels.

The human brain relies on a free-flowing circulation of blood to receive the oxygen and resources it needs to operate. If a heart attack or another condition causes restricted blood flow to your brain, this increases the likelihood of developing vascular dementia. Terra Vista is a dementia care facility and community that offers programs, activities, and living accommodations to individuals with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia such as vascular dementia.

Our dementia care community features engaging activities, beautiful lobbies, and healthy dining options. Terra Vista also provides you with its VistaSocialTM app – a platform that is designed to keep you updated about the daily life of your loved one. Schedule a tour of our community to learn more about our specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care.


Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus is a brain disorder in which excess cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) accrues in the brain’s ventricles. Symptoms include memory loss, difficulty walking, trouble with mental abilities such as reasoning, thinking, and processing new information.


As the second most common form of dementia, Lewy Body Dementia occurs when protein deposits (called Lewy bodies) buildup in the nerve cells of the brain region. This causes a progressive mental and motor decline, hallucinations, sleep difficulties, depression, and trouble paying attention.

Parkinson's Related Dementia

Individuals with Parkinson’s disease will develop dementia typically a year after diagnosis. Symptoms include a lack of facial expression, tremors, shakiness, stooped posture, muscle stiffness, and difficulties initiating movement.


Mixed Dementia is a combination of two types of dementia, occurring simultaneously in the brain. Symptoms of Mixed Dementia varies widely and depends on the areas of the brain affected.


Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact Terra Vista today to get more information at 630-534-0886.

Physicians who are affiliated with top area hospitals can make visits to your loved one’s apartment or hold office hours in the wellness center at our dementia care facility. These dedicated doctors oversee complex health requirements for residents with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The staff of physicians also manage treatment and issue prescriptions without the need to transport your family member to a doctor’s office or healthcare facility.

In addition, to ensure continuity of care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, we welcome visits by your own primary care physician, podiatrist, optometrist, geriatric psychiatrist, lab service or home health therapist. Our medical services are customizable to meet the needs of residents.

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