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- according to TrustPilot, one of the world’s biggest online review communities for Memory Care communities.


Kevin was there for us from beginning to end, answering our many questions and offering helpful suggestions and insights. He made this extremely difficult transition much more bearable for us. I highly recommend this service. Angela
The advisor was extremely helpful and caring during a difficult and emotional time for me. She helped me find a good safe place for my husband. In a situation where I couldn’t personally check out the facility because of the virus quarantine, I felt confident in her recommendation of the care facility I chose. Terri
CarePatrol was amazing. Our memory care advisor helped set up video visits with my mother in the hospital and explained well her placement options. She talked with my wife and I at length and found my mother an excellent place for her new home. Jeff M.D.
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About Memory Care

What is memory care? An Alzheimer’s & Dementia Memory Care Community is for people with middle to late stage memory conditions. Often located in larger “assisted living” type of communities or in smaller residential settings, memory care facilities Nationwide and communities specialize in special needs care and may also have the actual building set up to enhance memory functions and to decrease potential confusion for memory care residents.

Activities focused on memory recall from past experiences are usually the staple of activities in these settings. People who are appropriate for this setting are usually those that are already residing in a assisted living environment who has begun forgetting how to perform daily activities of life or who have been getting lost, wandering or going in other people’s rooms thinking it was their own.

Memory care special licensing is required in certain states.

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Memory Care Services Provided Nationwide Include*:

  • Medication Reminders
  • Community Meals 
  • Laundry Service
  • Family Activities
  • Health Services
  • 24-Hour Security
  • Wellness Programs
  • Housekeeping
  • Social/Group Activities
  • Memory Specific Activities
  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (Bathing, Toileting, etc.)
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*Amenities, activities, and services vary by community.

Top 10 Signs It May Be Time to Consider Memory Care Options

There is nothing better than allowing your loved ones live their golden years in the comfort of their own home. However, knowing the difference between your parents “slipping a little” and showing cause for concern is important for their health and safety. CarePatrol Certified Senior Advisors are able to quickly assess your loved one’s situation and help you find the right care your loved one.

Is it time to help your loved one find the best memory care Nationwide?

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Infrequent showering and bathing, unpleasant body odor, noticeable decline in grooming habits and personal care. Strong smell of urine in the house.
Trouble getting up from a seated position. Difficulty with walking, balance and mobility.
Forgetting to take medications – or taking more than the prescribed dosage.
Spoiled food, dirty house, extreme clutter and dirty laundry piling up.
Unexplained dents and scratches on a car.
Stacks of unopened mail or an overflowing mailbox. Late payment notices, bounced checks and calls from bill collectors.
Missing important appointments. Uncertainty and confusion when performing once- familiar tasks.
Loss of interest in hobbies and activities. Changes in mood or extreme mood swings.
Diagnosis of dementia or early onset Alzheimer’s.
Poor diet or weight loss. Unexplained bruising.
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Memory Care Facilities Nationwide FAQ

How Do I Know Memory Care Is Right For My Loved One?
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Memory Care is a specialized type of assisted living care which focuses on people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of Dementia.  Residents engage in structured activities by specially trained staff designed to assist those with memory problems.

Memory Care Communities usually have much fewer residents than assisted living.  Some Assisted Living Communities have designated wings for Memory Care programs.  This makes it easier if one spouse required assisted living or independent living services, while the other needed Memory Care.

The rooms in Memory Care are usually a little smaller to make it more manageable for your loved one.  Cognitive decline does not always mean a lesser quality of life.  Your CarePatrol Advisor is an excellent guide to finding appropriate and safer memory care communities.

What Memory Care Services Are Available?
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Memory Care Communities Nationwide provide specialized activities for residents as well as: meals, personal care assistance (help with showering, dressing and personal hygiene), medication reminders, weekly laundering of towels and bed linens, trash removal, weekly housekeeping, social and cultural activities, wellness programs including daily exercise classes, social events, family activities and more!

Memory Care Cost Nationwide
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Memory Care is more expensive than the Assisted Living options mainly due to the increase in quality and quantity of staffing. Cost can range from $3,500 per month to $12,000 per month depending on the region of the United States and the amount of hands-on care that is needed.

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