Arizona Memory Care

Cost of Arizona Memory Care

Cathedral Rock at sunset near Sedona, AZ (Arizona) The average cost of Memory Care in Arizona is $4,160 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $2,958 per month.

In Arizona there are 131 Memory Care Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Arizona Memory Care Communities by City

Phoenix Area / Valley of the Sun Memory Care


Tucson Area Memory Care


Other Areas in Arizona

Map of Arizona Memory Care Communities

Overview of Arizona Memory Care

Adults living with dementia face a unique set of challenges and the growing number of Arizona memory care facilities can help seniors cope with the complex demands of memory loss. Arizona is noted for having some of the best elder care and memory care in the country. A high proportion of seniors in the population helps ensure that issues affecting older people, such as Alzheimer’s, are better understood and provided for. In fact, Arizona is home to one of the 29 federally funded Alzheimer’s research centers across the United States. The Arizona Alzheimer's Consortium is a statewide consortium of researchers and organizations, including the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and the world-famous Mayo Clinic, that is dedicated to understanding and treating Alzheimer's.

Memory Care in Arizona Defined

While similar to assisted living in that it provides assistance with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, eating and grooming, memory care differs from other types of senior care in that it focuses on the needs of adults facing a decline in mental abilities. Memory stimulation is vital to the well-being of patients with dementia, and therefore memory-stimulating activities are a key feature of this kind of care. Since it's very easy for a person with Alzheimer's to lose their way, even in familiar surroundings, Arizona memory care facilities are designed to help prevent residents from becoming disoriented. They may provide color-coded trails or handrails to help residents easily find their way around. Indoor and outdoor spaces are protected and enclosed so that residents don't wander away from the facility or harm themselves. Back to Top