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Wyoming Memory Care Facilities

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Wyoming is a state that should garner some interest among prospective families that may have to relocate a family member to a memory care facility. Wyoming has far cheaper monthly rates compared to most of the west, including the neighboring states of Colorado and Utah. Wyoming is known for providing terrific dementia care in a slower pace and style of living compared to many other states in the region.

Memory Care in Wyoming - Cheapest & Most Expensive Places

What does it cost to live in Wyoming based on the median average monthly cost? The state is close to the national average of $4,800 per month. For a good majority of memory care units, you can expect to pay under $5,000, or slightly higher.

Rock Springs, for example, is a little higher at $5,230 per month yet is considered one of the best cities in the state for memory care. Sweetwater County has the highest collection of Alzheimer's care homes in the state and averages $5,225 for a month of coverage.

The cities of Laramie, Cheyenne and Casper also feature a good selection of dementia care homes in Wyoming. However, none of these cities are exceptionally big, with Cheyenne, the state’s capital, only having 60,000+ residents.

When reaching out to prospective dementia care services it is important to start with the monthly rent. While the statistics posted for the different cities and counties in Wyoming are available, not all of them provide accurate information as some are all-inclusive and others charge separate fees for particular services. It is important to speak with a representative about exactly what services are being provided for the base fee, and if any additional charges are added.

Wyoming Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care - Services

Wyoming memory care communities can service a number of different types of dementia. These may include:

  • Alzheimer’s: The most common type of dementia and the one that you hear about the most in the news. The majority of residents at memory care homes are usually being treated for Alzheimer’s.
  • Vascular dementia: The second most common kind of dementia, vascular dementia is rarely reported on yet is a significant form of dementia and has many of the same symptoms as Alzheimer’s.
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
  • Dementia with Lewy bodies
  • Frontotemporal dementia
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome

Regardless of the form of dementia, the memory care communities in Wyoming are designed to offer specialized treatment that includes some crossover yet is also very unique to each circumstance. Caregivers are available around the clock to serve residents with basic routines or can be available on-call for specific demands.

The staff is there to provide a stable and safe environment for residents. It helps reduce cases of wandering as the building premise is secured and residents may even wear security pendants to help prevent them from getting lost. Since the interior is often patrolled, staff is fully prepared and ready to help in the unfortunate case of a slip and fall accident.

At least three well-prepared and nutritional meals are served daily to residents. Residents are often provided at least two options for an entree, and meals are kept fresh to avoid the same repeat dishes. Seasonal dishes are also served and there are special ceremonies for birthdays and holidays. 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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