232 memory care facilities in Alabama
Alabama is a noteworthy state in the southern U.S. with a population of nearly 8 million. Alabama memory care facilities statistically rank high in terms of affordability, as dementia care in the state is the seventh cheapest in the nation in terms of average median rent for a single bedroom.
Alabama is densely populated with several big cities as well as many smaller, rural towns. The cost of living here, and in other parts of the south is usually substantially lower than other parts of the United States.
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Alabama may offer cheaper dementia care services than the rest of the United States but that doesn’t mean the rooms lack in quality. Many affordable Alzheimer’s care homes are beautifully furnished. The rooms provide all the necessities, such as a comfortable bed and place to sit, but also traditionally a dresser and other small home furnishings. Residents are invited to bring in some of their items from their previous home like artwork and photographs of the family.
The restrooms are also oversized and designed to accommodate handicap accessibility. Dementia trained staff is available to assist with using the restroom and bathing, along with other hygiene tasks like styling hair or brushing teeth.
The buildings are designed for residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia in mind, so they are usually very well-lit to invoke feelings of being safe and well watched after. Simple additions like color-coded walls can go a long way in helping a resident with dementia more easily walk through the halls of the building.
Dementia care facilities in Alabama are generally supported by gourmet style kitchens for the general dining room and really great tasting meals. If you have ever visited the south before, you know that residents in the southern states really take their food very seriously! Not only is the food delightful, but staff often works with residents to serve special requests (based on medical needs, etc.) as well as serve enough variety so the selection doesn’t go stale. Nutritional value is of the utmost importance for anyone with dementia.
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
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