Find Memory Care in Rhode Island
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Find list of all 143 dementia & Alzheimer’s homes in Rhode Island for 2020. MemoryCareFacilities.net enables you to locate Alzheimer’s care in Rhode Island. If your loved one has a memory care impairment and you need to locate an appropriate care facility in Rhode Island please look through all memory care homes below and find one near you. Some of the services you can expect to get in memory care facilities in Rhode Island include help with: taking a shower, putting on clothes, getting in and out of bed, eating, mental activities designed for memory care patients, lobby and rooms painted to aid with memory and more. Some memory care homes in Rhode Island accept Medicaid and Medicare.
- Bristol County
- CENTRAL FALLS
- EAST GREENWICH
- EAST PROVIDENCE
- Kent County
- NORTH KINGSTOWN
- NORTH PROVIDENCE
- NORTH SMITHFIELD
- Newport County
- Providence County
- SOUTH KINGSTOWN
- WEST KINGSTON
- WEST WARWICK
- Washington County
Rhode Island may be tiny in stature yet it packs a lot inside its small grounds. The smallest state in the United States is also one of the more sought after in the nation for senior living. Some extraordinary assisted living facilities exist in Rhode Island with fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean. And, for those needing more specialized and hands-on care, a variety of terrific nursing homes and memory care communities in Rhode Island exist as well.
Rhode Island dementia care homes currently rank within the Top 10 for most expensive. It is due to the high demand of the east coast senior living where some of the best healthcare in America is based. Rhode Island Alzheimer’s care homes and dementia care facilities are eighth in the nation in terms of highest monthly costs for memory care, though still much cheaper than surrounding states like Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Cost of Memory Care in Rhode Island
The average monthly cost for dementia care homes in Rhode Island is just over $5,200, or $174 per day. The national average for memory care is $260 per day, thus Rhode Island represents slightly higher than the norm for Alzheimer’s care costs.
Affordable dementia care is available in the state. The lowest ten percent of costs in Rhode Island for dementia care facilities is comparable to other parts of the United States. At just over $3,000 per month, the most affordable Rhode Island Alzheimer’s care homes are very reasonable with daily rates that begin at $100.
The biggest problem with Rhode Island is it lacks size. While somewhat dense, there simply isn’t a ton of options for dementia care, so open beds are sometimes limited. If you are looking to relocate a loved one to this small state with a slower pace of living compared to other parts of New England, then you may have to be put on a waiting list. It just depends on the season and individual care provider.
Rhode Island Dementia Care - Amenities
Along with cheaper dementia care facilities in Rhode Island, some very luxurious and expensive ones also exist. There are reports of Alzheimer’s care homes that can reach prices of nearly $9,000 per month, or $300 per day. Still, even at some of the more expensive places, the average rates for memory care is better in Rhode Island than other parts of the northeast.
For example, while Rhode Island only ranks a few spots behind New Hampshire on the list of most expensive states for dementia care, New Hampshire residents are surprisingly going to spend at least $500 more on average each month on memory care compared to residents in Rhode Island. Those savings are substantial, which is why many seniors that can’t afford Connecticut or Massachusetts want to take advantage of the lower prices in “The Plantation State”.
Rhode Island provides the highly prestigious healthcare that the northeast is known for in America, while also offering cheaper rates with very clean and comfortable rooms for residents dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
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