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Aside from Illinois, Kansas is kind of an exception when it comes to the Midwest, with slightly higher than average price dementia care homes for the region. While Illinois ranks ninth in terms of being the most expensive, Kansas is much further back at 18th in the United States, but Kansas memory care facilities are still pricier than other parts of the Midwest.

Kansas Alzheimer’s care homes and dementia care facilities combine good service, numerous different amenities, and relatively low competition in a part of the U.S. that is desirable for seniors thanks to the slower pace and conservative style of living.

Cost of Memory Care Facilities in Kansas

Kansas dementia care facilities are priced on average just slightly higher than the national average for daily and monthly rates. The average median for Kansas Alzheimer’s care homes is $162 per day. The national U.S. average is $160, placing Kansas just a tidbit above the national median. The projected monthly cost for a typical dementia care home in Kansas is almost $4,900 per month, or $58,800 per year.

Cost of memory care in Kansas does vary based on location. The top ten percent of the priciest care homes average over $8,000 per month, while the most affordable Kansas memory care communities only run close to $3,000 per month. When you do the math, that is nearly a $5,000 difference between the cheapest and most expensive Alzheimer’s care in the state.

Kansas has close to 3 million people which makes it not too densely populated given its size. The western half of the state is largely rural with few major towns or cities. Meanwhile, the eastern portion is much denser and has a wider selection of memory care homes, which includes Wichita (population 382,300), Overland Park (population 173,000), Kansas City (population 145,700, on the Kansas half of the city) and Topeka (127,500) rounding out the most populated cities in Kansas.

Kansas Dementia Care - Amenities

Kansas Alzheimer’s care facilities and dementia care homes provide a nice selection of amenities. The best memory care facilities in Kansas include at least three high quality, well-balanced meals served daily along with regularly scheduled activities.

Since dementia and Alzheimer’s care requires special attention and consideration, staff generally works with residents on a one-on-one as well as group setting. Activities are coordinated by staff to be specialized to memory care.

Likewise, the buildings are structured accordingly. Features like security pendants and color-coded walls can help familiarize residents with the dementia care facilities in order to prevent confusion, wandering or getting lost. The buildings are held to high standard to remain safe and secure, since wandering is an unfortunate symptom of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Alzheimer’s care homes in Kansas are sometimes a branch of a larger assisted living or nursing home where residents are housed in a separate unit but still associate with the general public. Dementia care in Kansas, like the rest of the nation, is a little more expensive than assisted living because of the specialized skilled care and extra attention.

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