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New Jersey memory care is #1. Yes, number one in terms of being the most expensive state for dementia care in the United States. No other place ranks higher. With such expensive costs, you would expect extremely plush services and amenities which is exactly what New Jersey Alzheimer’s care homes have to offer.

Memory Care in New Jersey - Cheapest & Most Expensive Places

The state of 9 million residents is incredibly dense with a number of seniors that relocate to assisted living centers or nursing homes in their later years due to the highly reputable healthcare of the New England region of the United States. New Jersey dementia care facilities are costly, but the services provided are terrific.

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Memory Care in New Jersey based on Monthly Fees:

  1. Passaic, NJ                       $5,015
  2. Vineland, NJ                     $5,070
  3. Lakewood, NJ                   $5,280
  4. Pennsauken, NJ                $5,360
  5. Galloway, NJ                    $5,430

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

  1. Warren, NJ                       $7,175
  2. Basking Ridge, NJ             $7,170
  3. Chester, NJ                       $7,165         
  4. Montville, NJ                     $7,160
  5. Randolph, NJ                    $7,105

The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in New Jersey for Memory Care based on Monthly Median Fee:

  1. Cumberland County          $5,050         
  2. Atlantic County                  $5,490
  3. Cape May County             $5,695
  4. Camden County                $5,820
  5. Warren County                  $5,820

The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in New Jersey for Alzheimer’s Care:

  1. Morris County                   $7,035
  2. Somerset County              $7,030
  3. Bergen County                  $6,880
  4. Monmouth County             $6,645         
  5. Middlesex County              $6,495

New Jersey Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care - Services

What makes dementia care in New Jersey so expensive? Its combination of beautifully furnished and exceptionally clean facilities, along with high quality healthcare and dementia trained caregivers make the state one of the most sought after in the nation. Demand is high in a state of 9 million residents that do not have too much more room to spread out, and live outside New York City, Boston or Philadelphia.

The way caregivers treat residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is rapidly shifting as researchers get a better idea of the cognitive disabilities. It is not unusual, especially in the progressive treatment facilities in New Jersey for Alzheimer’s and dementia, to provide an extremely diverse treatment plan. These treatments may target:

  • Meaningful activities that stimulate brain functions
  • Engagement in social settings to promote cognitive support
  • Light physical exercise that strengthens walking and balance
  • Other forms of non-pharmaceutical intervention

It is not that dementia care facilities in New Jersey are completely abandoning traditional medications to treat Alzheimer’s, as the two often go hand-in-hand, but they are finding more natural remedies.

High staff to resident ratios is another progressive method that is being introduced to NJ memory care communities as a beneficial form of treatment. Studies have found that when the enrollment of residents is lowered, and more staff is hired, the opportunity to provide personalized, highly friendly treatment can contribute to better critical thinking and memory for residents with dementia. Furthermore, smaller memory care communities create less of an opportunity for a new resident to get confused or overwhelmed by too many people. 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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