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Find list of all 480 memory care homes in Virginia for 2019. MemoryCareFacilities.net enables you to research dementia care in Virginia. If your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease and you need to locate an appropriate care facility in Virginia please look through all memory care options below and find one near you. Some of the amenities you can expect to get in dementia care facilities in Virginia include aid with: taking a bath, choosing outfits, transferring, eating, social and intellectual programs for dementia patients, lobby and rooms painted to aid with memory and more. Some memory care communities in Virginia accept Medicaid and Medicare.
- Albemarle County
- Augusta County
- Campbell County
- Chesterfield County
- Dinwiddie County
- FALLS CHURCH
- FRONT ROYAL
- Fairfax County
- Frederick County
- HIGHLAND SPRINGS
- Hanover County
- Henry County
- Loudoun County
- NEWPORT NEWS
- Prince William County
- ROCKY MOUNT
- Roanoke County
- Rockingham County
- SOUTH BOSTON
- SOUTH HILL
- Shenandoah County
- VIRGINIA BEACH
Virginia dementia care homes are seeing an increase in popularity and demand over the last decade. The state which is wedged between the iconic Appalachian Mountains to the west, and Atlantic Ocean to the east, is one of the more beautiful places to live for seniors, and the rates for memory care are definitely affordable.
The Old Dominion state ranks within the Top 20 of most expensive states for memory care, yet at 16th, a vast majority of the mid-Atlantic and northeastern states of the U.S. are well ahead of Virginia in terms unaffordability. As a result, you can expect to find good value at the top ranked Virginia Alzheimer’s care facilities.
Cost of Memory Care in Virginia
Virginia dementia care homes average in price at $164 per month, or a little under $5,000 per month at approximately $4,900. The median is right around the national average, just dollars more per month compared to $160. As a result, seniors can expect the same quality of care and healthcare coverage in Virginia as other parts of the mid-Atlantic and northeast, but at cheaper costs.
The bottom ten percent of Alzheimer’s care homes in Virginia (or otherwise known as the least expensive) charge only $3,000 per month, or approximately $100 per day. Meanwhile the top ten percent (or most expensive) average a little over $8,000 per month, or approximately $270 per day. A difference of approximately $5,000 per month does exist from the least expensive to most expensive, so if your family is on a tighter budget it is requested that you do a little extra research to find the most affordable providers.
The state currently has a population of around 8 million residents, with Virginia Beach by far the most populated at 425,000+ people. Norfolk (population 240,000+), Chesapeake (population 222,000+) and Richmond (population 200,000+) are all massive metropolitan areas with over 200,000 residents.
Newport News, Alexandria, Hampton, Portsmouth and Roanoke all have significant populations in a very dense part of the United States in terms of large cities. The best selection of affordable dementia care facilities in Virginia are often found in these larger cities, though some rural areas also provide them as well.
Virginia Dementia Care - Amenities
Virginia Alzheimer’s care facilities are traditionally part of a larger assisted living center or nursing home, though some of the homes are also part of a memory care community in Virginia that is exclusive to Alzheimer’s patients.
Regardless of the situation, the standard amenities include daily meal servings, programs scheduled throughout the day, activities intended for personal productivity and leisure, housekeeping, extended visitation hours for friends and families of loved ones and other security features specifically designed for residents with Alzheimer’s.
Getting lost and wandering are common, unfortunate symptoms of Alzheimer’s so safety features like 24/7 monitor, security pendants, automatically locking doors, color coded walls for navigation, easy room identifications and other amenities are common in the best Virginia memory care communities.
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