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Find a total of 2832 memory care homes in Georgia for 2019. MemoryCareFacilities.net enables you to locate memory care in Georgia. If your loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and you need an appropriate care facility in Georgia please look through all memory care communities below and find one near you. Some of the services you can expect to get in dementia care facilities in Georgia include assistance with: taking a bath, getting dressed, getting in and out of bed, choosing dining options, specialized dementia care activities, lobby and rooms painted to aid with memory and more. Some memory care homes in Georgia accept Medicaid and Medicare.

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Georgia is in the southern United States and subsequently provides the same great value of the rest of the region. The southern U.S. is known for its cheap, affordable housing and Georgia is no different. The state is witnessing a rise in senior living, including more dementia care facilities being built throughout Georgia.

The state currently ranks within the Top 10 most affordable memory care facilities in the United States. Alzheimer’s care homes in Georgia rank ninth, just below Tennessee and above the southern states of South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana and Arkansas. The price paid compared to the quality service and number of amenities is hard to beat with Georgia dementia care facilities.

Cost of Alzheimer's and Dementia Care in Georgia

The average cost for a dementia care home in Georgia is $140 per day. The national average is $160 per day, designating Georgia’s Alzheimer’s care homes as significantly lower than the rest of the U.S., especially outside the southern United States.

The top ten percent of expensive Georgia dementia care homes are about $7,200 per month, while the bottom ten percent charge around $2,500 per month. When you factor in the median, most older adults pay approximately $4,200 per month, give or take.

Affordable Alzheimer’s care homes in Georgia can go for as little as $80 per month. It is nearly impossible to beat that daily rate in any other part of the country. Southern assisted living, nursing homes, and dementia care homes are notoriously cheap and this is prime example. It is very possible to find a quality Alzheimer’s care home in Georgia for under $140, as only a select few luxurious units help drive up the higher cost.

Some of the most expensive dementia care facilities in Georgia cost $200 to $240 per day. These figures are higher than the national average, but rarer than the high selection of cheap housing.

Atlanta is far and away the biggest city in Georgia with a population of over 420,000 residents. As a result, a ton of high quality and affordable Alzheimer’s care and dementia care facilities in Georgia are available here.

Other major cities like Augusta (and the entire Richmond County area), Columbus, Savannah, Athens and Sandy Springs are also popular for dementia care. There are a variety of quality Georgia dementia care homes in more rural setting as well, where prices can dip to $80 to $90 per day.

Georgia Dementia Care - Amenities

Standard amenities of Georgia dementia care facilities include daily food prep and serving, regularly scheduled activities, assistance with daily functions and hygiene, and opportunities for friends and family visitation.

Extra measures are taken to keep residents suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s safe, protected, comfortable and happy. Since wandering and getting disoriented are common issues with dementia and Alzheimer’s, staff is aware of this and buildings are often designed to make the halls as non-confusing as possible.

The care includes a combination of group activities and personalized, one-on-one interaction. Life skills are incorporated to help with memory and keep the brain as active as possible. Staff make a point to get to know residents on a first name basis and learn about their individual personalities and specific needs.

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