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Alzheimers, Dementia
and Memory Care

When your loved one is diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, it is a difficult time in your life. While most families initially try to care for their loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia at home for as long as possible, at some point it no longer becomes possible or feasible. This may be due to the fact that the stage of dementia or Alzheimer’s has progressed and you are no longer able to dedicate the required time necessary to provide proper memory care to your family member. You may also be faced with a situation where as a caregiver, you have burnt out and can no longer physically, emotionally or mentally provide proper care for your loved one. If you are in this situation, it may be best to look for memory care near you. Memory care facilities are fully equipped to provide care for their residents who are at various stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. At MemoryCareAssistedLiving.org we enable everyone to look through more than 40,000 facilities that provide dementia and Alzheimer’s care. Whether you live in a major metropolitan area or a smaller city or town, you will be able to find memory care homes that are closest to your location. Browse memory care units by state below or use our search box at the top of the page to search memory care by zip code, city or county.

Browse memory care
units by state below.

Here is a quick guide that will help you find
the best memory care facilities in your area:


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Here is a quick guide that will help you find the best memory care facilities in your area:

  • Determine the level of care needed. Do you need a dedicated memory care community, or a memory care unit inside an assisted living facility?
  • Do you have the budget needed for memory care? Note that Medicaid generally will not cover your loved one’s care at a memory care facility. Most facilities are private-pay. Make sure you research the costs for memory care in your area as well as other areas you are comfortable with to see which care homes are the most affordable for your individual situation.
  • Have you located at least 2-3 facilities near you that provide memory care services? If so, you should schedule tours so you can determine which facility is best suited for your loved one’s needs. Looking for help scheduling tours? Call a memory care advisor who can walk you through the process.
  • After you’ve toured the facilities, see which ones provide better care for your situation and which ones are within your budget. It is a good idea to tour facilities at different times to see how the staff interact with residents. It’s also a great idea to go during meal times to see how accommodating a facility is to various dietary needs of their residents and how the residents interact with each other during meals.
  • Try to talk to staff and residents. Ask the staff how they like working at the memory care home and whether there’s anything that bothers them or that they are not comfortable with. Ask the residents how they like the facility and how staff treats them.

It is important to do thorough research before you place a loved one in a memory care home. If you need help during this journey, speak to a memory care advisor to discuss your options. Call (888) 595-9951.