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Memory Care in VICTORIA County, TX

Sodalis Elder Living Victoria Ii

Sodalis Elder Living Victoria Ii is a memory care facility in Victoria, TX in Victoria county. It is located at 4409 N John Stockbauer Rd, 77904 zip code and provides care for individuals with memory loss and dementia or Alzheimer's disease. It includes 16 dementia units in total.

Phone #: (888) 595-9061

Sodalis Elder Living Victoria 1

Sodalis Elder Living Victoria 1 is a dementia care home in Victoria, Texas. With a convenient location at 4409 N. Stockbauer Road, Sodalis Elder Living Victoria 1 provides full-time care and help with any dementia, including vascular dementia, throughout Victoria county and near 77904 zip code. It provides 16 Alzheimer's and memory care units total.

Phone #: (866) 892-7533

Brightwater Senior Living Of Victoria

Brightwater Senior Living Of Victoria is an Alzheimer's care community in Victoria county, TX. Brightwater Senior Living Of Victoria is a perfect choice for individuals searching for assisted living facilities with dementia units. It is located at 1303 N John Stockbauer Drive in Victoria in the 77904 zip code area. It contains 109 memory care units.

Phone #: (888) 539-5370

Memory Care Costs in VICTORIA County, TX:

Memory care facilities in VICTORIA county are #36 from 204 Texas counties when it comes to lowest cost. On average, dementia care in VICTORIA county, TX is $64,284 yearly. The cheapest Alzheimer's care homes in VICTORIA county may cost just $38,568 per year, and the most expensive Alzheimer's care homes may charge up to $96,432 per year. Memory care facilities in VICTORIA county, TX are more compared to other facilities in Texas, which charge fees of $45,672 per year, on average, though may go all the way up to $68,520 per year.

Below are side-by-side VICTORIA county memory care costs in comparison to Texas:

Cheapest dementia care units:

VICTORIA county, TX: $38,568 per year
Texas State: $27,408 per year

Most expensive Alzheimer's care communities:

VICTORIA county, TX: $96,432/year
Texas State: $68,520/year

In VICTORIA county, TX, expect to pay $18,612 more in yearly dementia care costs as compared to Texas median prices.

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.

Additional senior living options in VICTORIA County, Texas:

Are you in search of assisted senior living in VICTORIA County? If so, see VICTORIA County, TX Assisted Living for all assisted living facilities in the area.

If you are searching for senior housing in VICTORIA County, please see VICTORIA County, TX Senior Housing for a full list of both assisted and independent living options.

If you are trying to locate a nursing home in VICTORIA County, please see VICTORIA County, TX Nursing Homes for all skilled nursing facilities in the county.

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