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Find a total of 652 memory care facilities in Colorado for 2019. MemoryCareFacilities.net enables you to find dementia care in Colorado. If your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease and you need an appropriate care facility in Colorado please look through all memory care options below and find one near you. Some of the amenities you can expect to get in memory care facilities in Colorado include help with: taking a shower, choosing outfits, moving around the community, choosing dining options, special Alzheimer’s and dementia programs, rooms painted in special colors and more. Some memory care homes in Colorado accept Medicaid and Medicare.
- ADAMS County
- ARAPAHOE County
- BOULDER County
- CANON CITY
- CASTLE ROCK
- COLORADO SPRINGS
- COMMERCE CITY
- DELTA County
- DOUGLAS County
- EL PASO County
- FORT COLLINS
- FORT LUPTON
- FORT MORGAN
- FREMONT County
- GARFIELD County
- GLENWOOD SPRINGS
- GRAND JUNCTION
- GREENWOOD VILLAGE
- HIGHLANDS RANCH
- JEFFERSON County
- LARIMER County
- LOGAN County
- MESA County
- MONTEZUMA County
- MORGAN County
- PUEBLO County
- PUEBLO WEST
- WELD County
- WHEAT RIDGE
Colorado has witnessed a rise in all forms of senior living including high quality dementia care homes over the last decade. The state is growing in terms of all types of population thanks to its wonderful weather, beautiful scenery, quality healthcare and overall high quality of living.
The high quality of life does come with a cost, however, as Colorado memory care facilities rank 13th in the nation in terms of being the most expensive. In terms of the west, only the states of California (11th) and Washington (12th) are higher. Meanwhile, neighboring Arizona and Utah rank much lower, offering more affordability.
Cost of Memory Care Facilities in Colorado
The cost of memory care facilities in Colorado may be in the upper third when it comes to cost, yet there are affordable Alzheimer’s care facilities in Colorado in select parts of the state.
The median average for Colorado memory care communities is $170 per day, or a little over $5,000 per month. The national average is $160 per day, setting Colorado a little above the national standard. Affordable Colorado dementia care facilities exist in more rural settings, along with the suburbs of Denver along with Colorado Springs. Here, it is possible to find rooms reserved for dementia care between $100 and $140 per day.
Expensive, luxurious rooms at the highest ranked Colorado Alzheimer’s homes can exceed $250 per day, with some even reaching $280. For these kinds of luxurious units, it is possible to spend $8,000 or more per month.
All in all, the top 10 percent of the most expensive memory care facilities in Colorado average $8,300 per month, and the 10 percent of cheapest dementia care homes in Colorado average just over $3,000 per month.
Colorado Dementia Care - Amenities
Colorado Alzheimer’s care facilities have a strong reputation within the healthcare industry. Due to the rapid growth of Colorado, especially along the front range, some of the most highly esteemed doctors and nurses have relocated here in order to provide their services at brand new, or nearly new Colorado Alzheimer’s care homes.
Among the standard amenities, Colorado dementia care homes include daily food preparation and serving, regularly scheduled activities specifically designed for dementia care, socialization and visitation opportunities, indoor and outdoor private seating areas and extra luxuries like a beauty salon or barber shop.
Some of the best memory care communities in Colorado are dedicated to help restore self-esteem and dignity for residents suffering with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, as the diseases are known to produce a lot of harm to self-identity.
Along with restoring self-confidence and self-esteem, dementia care providers in Colorado provide safety and security as wandering and getting lost are common issues with residents suffering from dementia. Colorado Alzheimer’s care homes can assist with security pendants, color-coded walls, automatically locking doors and other security measures to avoid wandering away from facility grounds.
Colorado memory care homes are not just a place to live but also an active community that encourages participation in a number of group activities. Dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia is troubling, but the specialized programs and trained nurses are skilled to handle such ailments.
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