Massachusetts Memory Care

Cost of Massachusetts Memory Care

Fall trees are seen along a quite residential street in Newton, MA (Massachusetts) The average cost of Memory Care in Massachusetts is $5,642 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $2,958 per month.

In Massachusetts there are 152 Memory Care Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Massachusetts Memory Care Communities by City

Metro Boston Memory Care


Other Areas in Massachusetts

Map of Massachusetts Memory Care Communities

Overview of Massachusetts Memory Care

Residents of Massachusetts memory care communities are extremely lucky to live in a state with not one but two nationally funded Alzheimer’s Disease Centers as well as several world-renowned medical facilities and research institutions. Funded by the National Institute on Aging, The Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center is jointly based out of the Boston University Medical Campus and the Bedford VA Medical Center and provides a range of both inpatient and outpatient medical services to seniors affected by memory-related conditions throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Located at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, The Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center has been conducting research on and providing care to Alzheimer’s patients since 1984.

Memory Care in Massachusetts Defined

Families seeking memory care in Massachusetts often need some clarification on what services are provided at various senior living communities. When searching for senior care, the terms independent living and assisted living often come up. Independent living communities are essentially retirement communities and are not appropriate for any seniors needing supervision or care. Assisted living communities are for seniors who need assistance with daily living activities such as dressing, bathing and eating, and will sometimes offer memory care services in specialized portions of the building. Memory care is specifically tailored to the needs of seniors suffering from Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Professional caregivers help seniors dress, take medication, bathe and more, providing a level of care that family members are not able to at home. Back to Top