Find Memory Care in West Virginia
Search 222 dementia & Alzheimer's homes
Find a total of 222 dementia & Alzheimer’s homes in West Virginia for 2019. MemoryCareFacilities.net enables you to research Alzheimer’s care in West Virginia. If your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease and you need to locate an appropriate care facility in West Virginia please look through all memory care options below and find one near you. Some of the services you can expect to get in Alzheimer’s care facilities in West Virginia include aid with: showering, getting dressed, moving around the facility, selecting meals, mental activities designed for memory care patients, lobby and rooms painted to aid with memory and more. Some memory care communities in West Virginia accept Medicaid and Medicare.
- Berkeley County
- Brooke County
- CHARLES TOWN
- Cabell County
- Fayette County
- Greenbrier County
- Hancock County
- Harrison County
- Jackson County
- Kanawha County
- Marion County
- Marshall County
- Mercer County
- Monongalia County
- OAK HILL
- Putnam County
- Raleigh County
- Randolph County
- SAINT ALBANS
- SCOTT DEPOT
- Wood County
- Wyoming County
When people are granted the option of saving money or spending money, most are going to want to save money. It is especially true of the costly industry of senior care and living, where daily and monthly rates for senior care can get very expensive, very quickly. Fittingly, it is nice to find something that ranks first in terms of affordability, and that title goes to West Virginia memory care facilities.
No other state in the nation has rates that are as affordable as what West Virginia dementia care homes are willing to provide. With a median daily average that is nearly $30 per day cheaper than the national average, West Virginia Alzheimer’s care homes are exceedingly inexpensive in this terrific state for senior care.
Cost of Memory Care in West Virginia
West Virginia rarely gets a lot of notice on the national radar compared to states like California, Texas, Florida and Arizona for senior living but it should, considering its affordability. Senior care is extremely expensive, but West Virginia is doing its part to provide quality healthcare for many families that simply can’t afford coverage elsewhere.
The typical West Virginia dementia care facilities cost $133 per day based on the state’s median average. When compared to the national figure of $160 per day, residents at West Virginia Alzheimer’s care homes generally save $30 (give or take) per day. When you crunch the numbers that is approximately $900 per month in savings and nearly $11,000 per year!
The most impressive statistic is the nearest state to West Virginia in terms of affordability, Arkansas, is still nearly $100 more per month based on the median of each state compared side by side. The other southern states within the Top 10 of affordability like Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina and Florida are also drastically behind West Virginia in terms of comparable memory care affordability.
It is impossible not to find affordable dementia care homes in all parts of the state, though some prices drop even below the state average of $130 per day. It is possible to find daily rates as low as $80, where no other state in the country can even get close to that figure. So, expect to pay even less than $130 per day if you need to save extra funds and are willing to do your research into the most affordable facilities.
West Virginia Dementia Care - Amenities
While some may assume that West Virginia memory care communities suffer in terms of amenities because the prices are so cheap, that misconception is undoubtedly false. West Virginia dementia care homes are not only of good value but keep up with the rest of the nation in terms of features. Quality, well-balanced, and nutritional meals are still served daily. Staff understand that one of the keys to quality senior living is nutritional meals, and they keep them fresh and varied throughout the week.
The rooms are also very clean and well organized, catering especially to residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia who may get lost easily as they wander away from their home or apartment. The constant monitoring of residents, along with security pendants and color-coded walls or other indicators can assist with keeping loved ones secure and feelings of being safe and protected.
Staff also does a wonderful job of keeping families notified of any drastic changes in behaviors or eating habits, knowing that each case of Alzheimer’s is different so consequently each case involves different personal care and treatment.
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