Texas Memory Care

The Houston, TX (Texas) skyline seen from afar The average cost of Memory Care in Texas is $4,520 per month. In Texas there are 727 Memory Care Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Cost of Memory Care in Texas

The average cost of Memory Care in Texas is $4,520. Memory Care costs range from $1,950 to $6,300 depending on location and other factors.

City Minimum Maximum Median
Arlington$4,325$5,675$5,091
Austin$3,020$6,150$4,722
Carrollton$4,770$5,675$5,223
Dallas$2,750$6,300$4,738
Fort Worth$3,000$5,675$4,740
Houston$3,625$6,150$4,715
Katy$4,975$5,249$5,056
Keller$3,310$5,675$4,493
Kingwood$3,150$6,150$4,650
Plano$2,800$5,850$4,241
San Antonio$2,700$5,500$4,059
Spring$4,295$5,280$4,858
Source: SeniorHomes.com - 2015
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.

Texas Memory Care Facilities by Region

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Map of Texas Memory Care Facilities

Map of Texas Memory Care Facilities

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Texas seniors benefit from living in one of the just 17 states across the U.S. that are home to a designated Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. Funded by the National Institute on Aging, The Alzheimer’s Disease Center at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center carries out research on the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. Southwestern Medical Center is also part of the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium. A collaboration between the state’s leading medical research institutions, including Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, the Consortium is a state-funded organization that studies the genetic and biological factors associated with Alzheimer’s in hopes of finding a cure. Texas seniors are encouraged to take advantage of these medical resources by volunteering to be a part of their on-going research studies.

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Texas seniors who show signs of being unable to talk coherently for prolonged periods, can’t maintain their grooming and cleaning habits, or are unaware aware of current events and normal routines may need memory care. This need is especially urgent if they show signs of dehydration or losing weight. Memory care services, which are sometimes offered in stand-alone facilities or as part of the services at assisted living facilities and nursing homes, need to be carefully examined. A good Texas memory care facility employs staff that are deeply engaged with their clients. The facility should have a simple layout that is easy to navigate, clean and in good repair. There should be adequate locks and alarms to prevent residents from accidentally wandering away.