Arkansas Memory Care

The state capitol of Arkansas in Little Rock, AR (Arkansas) The average cost of Memory Care in Arkansas is $3,792 per month. In Arkansas there are 12 Memory Care Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Arkansas Memory Care Facilities by Region

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Map of Arkansas Memory Care Facilities

Map of Arkansas Memory Care Facilities

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Beyond the usual amenities available in most senior care facilities, Arkansas memory care communities provide unique services specially designed for those suffering from Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Some of these features include color-coded hallways for easy navigation, safe wandering paths, graphic signs, visual cues, and secure entrances and exits to prevent accidental harm. Additionally, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging is at the forefront of Alzheimer's research. The state of Arkansas provides financial incentives for those caring for sufferers of Alzheimer's, including the Family Assistance Program grant and the Family Caregiver Support grant to defray the costs of caring for seniors requiring special attention.

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One size does not fit all when it comes to senior care. There is a spectrum of options available when considering the right Arkansas senior living community. Independent living communities provide minimal staff supervision and a variety of amenities for the elderly, and are among the most affordable retirement living options. With little to no direct care provided, independent living communities are typically not suitable to seniors with memory loss. Assisted living facilities provide help with the day-to-day necessities of life, but still offer autonomy for active seniors. Care is always close at hand, but residents maintain a degree of independence greater than that of nursing home patients. Many assisted living facilities offer memory care as part of their services, sometimes in separate, secured areas of their community. Care homes are similar to assisted living facilities, but provide smaller, more focused care to less than 10 elderly residents. These communities function as a sort of middle option for those desiring the intimacy of a home environment with the full services of assisted living. For those who are no longer able to care for themselves, a nursing home may be the best option. Specially trained nurses and staff assist residents with daily necessities and medical care while providing a nurturing environment monitored 24 hours a day for patient safety and well-being.