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Memory care in Alaska is most commonly selected for people who are suffering from dementia or other conditions that affect memory. Traditional Alaska retirement homes and memory care share a lot of the same services, but there are several key differences. Caregivers in Alaska Alzheimer's care communities have special training, which allows them to better provide care for those with dementia. Finding a long-term memory care home in your area can be difficult if you don’t know where to look. Senior Living Help has a handy search tool that allows you to match locations within your chosen radius and according to your desired budget.

Selecting Reliable Alaska Memory Care Facilities

When it is time to choose a memory care location for your loved one, you will need to take their needs into account. Those who are in the later stages of dementia have different needs than those who are still in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. While all memory care communities are dedicated to caring for seniors with cognitive conditions, not all homes may offer the right level of care that you may require. When searching for a memory care home within your budget, make sure to set aside time to visit each location in person. If possible, have your loved one accompany you so that they can provide feedback on how they feel about the facility. Ask the staff about their discharge protocols and about how they plan to handle any medical or natural emergencies that may arise. Some seniors may have special nutritional needs, so make sure to ask about the available menu and meal options residents may choose from.

Alaska Memory Care vs. Assisted Living

Many families may be confused about how Alaska Alzheimer's care differs from an assisted living facility. Assisted living homes in Alaska are places where caregivers are on hand to offer assistance with basic tasks to senior citizens who are able to still care for themselves. Memory care is much different. Not only are the caregivers specially trained in the care of those who suffer from memory conditions, the actual Alaska memory care facilities are built in a way that helps keep residents safe and secure. Assisted living communities may accept residents who are in the early stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, but there is very little support for those who are in the later stages of their condition.

How Much Does Dementia Care in Alaska Cost?

Although Alaska senior living communities and memory care communities both care for seniors, there is a great deal of difference in their monthly cost. In addition to having a higher number of caregivers per resident at facilities for memory care in Alaska, the caregivers also have special training. The needs of each resident will also affect the monthly charges. Residents who need more intense medical care or higher levels of assistance, as well as those who prefer a private room over a shared room, will end up paying more. In general, you can expect to pay $6,000 per month for Alzheimer's care in Alaska for a basic shared room, which can go as high as $24,454 in Alaska for residents who prefer additional amenities.

Amenities at Alaska Memory Care Facilities - What to Expect

All Alaska Alzheimer's care communities offer the same basic services for their memory care residents, but there may be other amenities offered depending on the location. Meal service and clean up, medical care and grooming assistance, structured social activities and careful monitoring are some standard amenities you can expect in an Alaska memory care facility. Most Alaska dementia care homes will have a special therapy program or exercise routine aimed at helping their memory care residents stay active and engaged. Staying in touch with the social scene has proven to effectively slow memory conditions, as such most centers will offer structured activities. In some cases, there may be transportation to offsite locations for social events such as bingo, religious activities or even periodic shopping trips. Some homes for memory care in Alaska offer non-traditional amenities for their memory care residents. Some homes offer Snoezelen Rooms, which are controlled sensory environments that create an atmosphere that is free from stress, safe and extremely relaxing.

    List of Memory Care Facilities in Alaska

  1. Marrulut Eniit Assisted Living
  2. Marrulut Eniit Assisted Living is a dementia care facility in Dillingham, AK located in Dillingham Census Area county that provides care for all dementia stages. Marrulut Eniit Assisted Living has a capacity of 15 secure dementia care units. Marrulut Eniit Assisted Living is situated at 125 D Street in the 99576 zip code and offers its residents peaceful outdoor areas, memory puzzles and social events.

  3. Holy Family Alh Iii
  4. Holy Family Alh Iii is a care home for dementia in Anchorage, AK in Anchorage Municipality county. Holy Family Alh Iii is situated at 2030 Duke Drive in the 99508 zip code area. Holy Family Alh Iii contains 5 dementia and Alzheimer’s units including private and companion suites. Holy Family Alh Iii helps seniors remain functionally independent and includes medical checkups, brain health activities and aided dressing.

  5. Aphrodite Assisted Living Home Ii
  6. Aphrodite Assisted Living Home Ii is an assisted living and memory care community in Anchorage, AK in Anchorage Municipality county. Aphrodite Assisted Living Home Ii contains 2 Alzheimer's and memory care units. Aphrodite Assisted Living Home Ii can be found at 1610 Woo Blvd. in the 99515 zip code. Services such as medication administration, activities that lower anxiety and certified memory care staff are offered at Aphrodite Assisted Living Home Ii.

  7. Add A Touch Assisted Living Home
  8. Add A Touch Assisted Living Home is an Alzheimer’s care home in Anchorage, AK located in Anchorage Municipality county located at 1110 Medfra Street, 99501 zip code. It provides a total of 3 Alzheimer's and memory care units. Add A Touch Assisted Living Home offers custom activities and therapy programs, dementia-friendly lighting and promoted socialization.

  9. Hope - Sherwood
  10. Hope - Sherwood is a memory care home in Anchorage, AK in Anchorage Municipality county that provides assistance with daily living activities to all of its Alzheimer's and dementia residents. Hope - Sherwood supports a total of 2 memory care units. Hope - Sherwood is situated at 6820 Sherwood Ave. in the 99504 zip code and provides personalized meal plans, dementia-friendly lighting and help with grooming and getting dressed.

  11. Sunset Haven
  12. Sunset Haven is a dementia care facility in Anchorage, AK that offers monitoring of medications, mental health care and a geriatric nurse practitioner. It has a capacity of 5 secured dementia units. Sunset Haven, located at 4210 Galactica Drive in the 99517 zip code area, is a great choice for senior citizens searching for memory care in the Anchorage Municipality county area.

  13. Kat's Eldercare
  14. Kat's Eldercare is a memory care community in Kasilof, AK that includes enhanced medical monitoring, help during meal times and dressing and grooming assistance. Kat's Eldercare contains 8 dementia care units. Kat's Eldercare, situated at 53022 Aurora Ave. in 99610 zip code, can help elderly adults who are looking for Alzheimer’s or dementia care in or near Kenai Peninsula Borough county.

  15. Hope Haven Assisted Living
  16. Hope Haven Assisted Living is an Alzheimer’s and dementia care community in Fairbanks, AK that offers alarmed and monitored exits, assuring proper meal intake and balance and walking assistance to all memory care residents. Hope Haven Assisted Living can house up to 10 seniors with dementia. Hope Haven Assisted Living can be found at 1511 21st Avenue and is an excellent choice for older adults searching for memory care in 99701 zip code area or Fairbanks North Star Borough county.

  17. Marenah's Assisted Living Home
  18. Marenah's Assisted Living Home is a memory care home in Anchorage Municipality county. Marenah's Assisted Living Home can accommodate up to 3 senior citizens with early and late stages of dementia. Marenah's Assisted Living Home can be toured at 1545 Demeure Place, Apt B in Anchorage, AK 99508 zip code and has multiple programs for memory care, as well as secure walking paths, help during meal times and dementia-trained caregiving staff.

  19. Kori's Assisted Living Ii
  20. Kori's Assisted Living Ii is a care home for dementia and Alzheimer’s in Anchorage, AK located in Anchorage Municipality county that provides numerous programs specifically tailored to dementia residents, as well as medical checkups, memory training and assistance with daily living. Kori's Assisted Living Ii can fit no more than 5 older adults with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Kori's Assisted Living Ii is located at 3120 W. 79th Ave and is an excellent choice for seniors seeking memory care in 99502 zip code area.

When to Move into A Home for Dementia Care in Alaska

Plenty of elderly Alaskans remain at home during their sunset years, but loved ones may always be concerned about their safety. If your loved one suffers from a memory condition or another cognitive disorder, not only will you worry about their safety, but also their basic care. The choice to transition your loved one into an Alaska Alzheimer's care facility is never easy. Knowing when to make the change can be even more difficult.

Many families choose to keep their loved ones at home as long as possible, but eventually more care will be needed as dementia progresses. If you notice that your loved one often wanders without cause and forgets where they are or why they were walking around, it is a sign that they may need more intensive monitoring. At times, a person who has dementia or Alzheimer’s disease may exhibit aggressive behavior at the same time daily. This is called sundowner’s syndrome and is a key sign that it is time to consider transitioning to a home for Alaska memory care.

Taking care of someone who suffers from dementia can easily become a full-time job. No matter how much you may love your family member, caregiver burnout is always a possibility. If you have children and a full-time job, it can be hard to dedicate the right amount of time to your loved one who suffers from a memory condition. As dementia and Alzheimer’s progress, often they will require 24-hour care to ensure your loved one’s safety. This schedule can be difficult to maintain and to still function properly during the day. If you feel that you are no longer able to care for yourself and your loved one at the same time, think about transitioning him or her to an Alaska dementia care home.

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