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New Hampshire Memory Care Facilities

New Hampshire is small in land mass, remote and not very populated. With a little over one million people, the state offers a great style of living in far quieter settings than many other states in the nearby New England region. With a population of only 1.3 million residents, you will not find the same hustle and bustle here compared to the nearby states of Massachusetts and New York.

Memory Care in New Hampshire - Cheapest & Most Expensive Places

New Hampshire Alzheimer’s care homes are pricey. The state currently ranks fifth in the nation in terms of most expensive for memory care based on average monthly prices. The northeastern states of New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Jersey are the only other states that rank higher for most expensive. Where are the most affordable cities? Where are the most expensive? We have put together a list of cities and counties, below.

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Memory Care in New Hampshire, Per Month:

  1. Keene, NH                        $5,325
  2. Concord, NH                     $5,440
  3. Dover, NH                         $5,495
  4. Meredith, NH                    $5,610
  5. Durham, NH                      $5,630         

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Dementia Care in New Hampshire:

  1. Rye, NH                            $6,455
  2. Londonderry, NH               $6,315
  3. Deerfield, NH                   $6,230
  4. Bedford, NH                      $6,190
  5. Salem, NH                        $6,180

The Top 6 Most Affordable Counties in New Hampshire for Alzheimer’s Care based on Monthly Median Average:

  1. Cheshire County               $5,305         
  2. Merrimack County             $5,505
  3. Strafford County                $5,575         
  4. Belknap County                 $5,600
  5. Hillsborough County          $5,970
  6. Rockingham County          $6,265

New Hampshire Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care - Services

The transition at first may be difficult for a loved one being removed from a home that they may have lived in for years, if not decades, however staff will be there to make the transition as seamless as possible. Staff will work around the clock for a family member to ensure their safety and personal well-being.

One of the primary services of memory care is to provide 24-hour monitoring and checkups that family members back at home are simply not able to follow. Even if a loved one is to move in with another family member, there is no possible way you can be around 24 hours a day when you also work. Meanwhile, in the hands of caring and friendly dementia trained staff, residents are guaranteed frequent monitoring as well as management of medication.

Food and housekeeping are two other fantastic services provided by dementia care homes in New Hampshire. While most families struggle to keep up with feeding a loved one who may no longer be reliable and/or able to cook meals on their own, this is not only time-consuming but draining. Then there is the trouble of keeping the loved one’s home clean and maintained. Alzheimer’s care homes in New Hampshire provide both services, offering daily housekeeping and maintenance along with at least three daily served meals.

When you begin your search for dementia care homes in New Hampshire, check with a few different providers, schedule personal tours, meet with management to go over treatment options and ask a ton of questions!

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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