Indiana Memory Care
Memory care is a specialized type of elder care tailored specifically for the unique needs of seniors who have been given a medical diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease or other recognized forms of dementia.
In Indiana there are 96 Memory Care Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Memory Care in Indiana is $2,963 per month.
Indiana Memory Care Facilities by RegionBack to top
Other Areas in IndianaAnderson, Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, Connersville, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Frankfort, Greensburg, Kokomo, Lafayette, La Porte, Muncie, New Castle, Richmond, South Bend, Terre Haute
Map of Indiana Memory Care FacilitiesBack to top
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Cost of Memory Care in IndianaBack to top
The average cost of Memory Care in Indiana is $2,963. Memory Care costs range from $2,315 to $3,430 depending on location and other factors.
Overview of Indiana Memory CareBack to top
Seniors or their family members seeking memory care in Indiana will be pleased to learn that Indiana is home to one of the just 29 nationally designated Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers. Funded by the National Institute on Aging, the Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis is a shared research facility dedicated to researching new diagnosis and treatment procedures for various types of dementia. Residents of Indiana memory care communities are encouraged to volunteer for on-going research studies conducted by the Center.
Memory Care in Indiana DefinedBack to top
Memory care encompasses a specific set of care needed by those suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia. Memory care differs significantly from the kind of care offered in assisted living or independent living communities. Independent living is intended for relatively healthy seniors who simply wish to live in a community of like-minded people. Assisted living communities are designed for seniors who need help with daily living activities, such as meals, dressing, bathing and taking medications, but are generally in good health and of sound mind. Some assisted living communities do offer memory care as part of their services but some do not. Seniors whose memory loss has declined to the point where they need to receive guidance or direction throughout the day benefit highly from memory care. Seniors with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia are often able to thrive and better retain their memories while residing in an Indiana memory care community.