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Memory care facilities are care homes that provide the much-needed care to adults with memory care issues. Memory care facilities can be in various forms, such as: dedicated dementia care facilities or communities, dedicated Alzheimer’s care facilities, Alzheimer’s day care, Alzheimer’s nursing homes, dementia nursing homes, as well as assisted living facilities that provide memory care services. If you're wondering "how do I find memory care near me?" - browse our full list of all memory care homes in the U.S. below.
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How do I find memory care facilities near me?
Finding memory care facilities near you will be possible if you know what to look for. Keep in mind the following considerations when searching for local memory care communities nearby:
- Is the care facility specifically for adults with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? If not, how skilled are the staff members at handling memory care issues?
- Are there dementia certified caregivers?
- What is the staff-to-resident radio?
- How does the memory care facility prevent wandering?
- What security measures are in place?
- Are there special activities and programs for seniors with memory care issues?
- Is there a special diet for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease?
- What entertainment options does the memory care facility offer?
- If your loved one plans on bringing their dog or cat with them, is the memory care facility pet-friendly?
- Is the memory care independence or assistance focused?
- Is the memory care facility near me or it’s too far to be able to see my loved one regularly?
- Is the memory care facility affordable?
Cost of memory care facilities
Memory care facilities can cost upwards of $4,000 per month. Medicare and Medicaid will generally not cover your full stay at memory care homes, but they may cover a part of services offered. Memory care communities are typically private pay. Be prepared to have a healthy monthly budget to be able to afford memory care. Long-term care insurance can also be used to pay for memory care. VA benefits, annuities and other savings can also be used to cover costs associated with dementia or Alzheimer’s care.
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