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Kansas is a smaller state in terms of population with approximately 3 million residents. The capital city of Topeka is not the largest, with the biggest being Wichita. Johnson County is the largest county in the state. Kansas memory care facilities provide a nice balance of comfortable living and extra services, with a fair selection of dementia care homes and little to no waiting lists.

Memory Care in Kansas - Cheapest & Most Expensive Places

What does it cost to live in the state of Kansas? How about for dementia care homes in Kansas? Health care for the elderly in the state is very reasonable, ranked in the middle of the pack in terms of affordability, yet slighter higher than most of the rest of the Midwest.

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Memory Care in Kansas based on Monthly Average Median:

  1. Topeka, KS                       $4,545
  2. Pratt, KS                           $4,630         
  3. Kansas City, KS                $4,780
  4. Wichita, KS                       $4,875         
  5. Lawrence, KS                   $4,880

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Dementia Care in Kansas:

  1. Leawood, KS                    $5,580
  2. Prairie Village, KS             $5,510
  3. Mission, KS                       $5,335
  4. Overland Park, KS             $5,290
  5. Olathe, KS                        $5,235

The Top 8 Most Affordable Counties in Kansas for Memory Care based on Monthly Average Median:

  1. Shawnee County               $4,505
  2. Pratt County                      $4,615
  3. Wyandotte County             $4,790         
  4. Sedgwick County              $4,865         
  5. Douglas County                $4,880
  6. Sedgwick County              $4,865
  7. Jefferson County               $4,885
  8. Johnson County                $5,310

Kansas Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care - Services

Kansas Alzheimer’s care facilities are designed to provide life-enriching activities and environment. Consequently, expect to find very high-quality rooms with excellent caregivers that work around the clock for a loved one. The staff at these types of specialized facilities for dementia and Alzheimer’s are committed to enhancing the physical, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of each and every resident that passes through its doors.

What separates dementia care homes in Kansas from more standard nursing homes? Great question. While you can find some similar parallels such as 24-hour monitoring and management of medication, as well as serving of high-quality meals on a daily basis, Alzheimer’s treatment tends to be much more hands-on. Since these cognitive disabilities related to dementia are very severe and damaging to the daily habits of an elderly man or woman, more direct and sophisticated interaction is necessary.

Anyone that has ever provided care or service for an individual with dementia can testify to exactly how damaging and frustrating the disease is for not only the individual with the diagnosis, but the friends and family caring for them. Alzheimer’s is very much a family disease in that it impacts many people, not just the one inflicted. Consequently, Alzheimer’s care must be approached from an angle of teamwork, and it is what dementia care facilities in Kansas do well.

Contact an Alzheimer’s care home in Kansas to learn more information about how they can help and to schedule a tour to view the facility grounds. 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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