16 Memory Care Facilities in Essex County, MA
The average cost of memory care in Essex County is $5,583 per month. This is higher than the national median of $4,955. Cheaper nearby regions include Suffolk County with an average starting cost of $4,751.
To help you with your search, browse the 161 reviews below for memory care facilities in Essex County. On average, consumers rate memory care in Essex County 3.9 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Middlesex County with an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars.
Caring.com has helped 28 families in Essex County find high-quality senior care. To speak with one of our Family Advisors about memory care options and costs in Essex County, call (855) 863-8283.
Other Options in Essex County, MA
- Assisted Living in Essex County, Massachusetts
- Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Essex County, Massachusetts
- Nursing Homes in Essex County, Massachusetts
- Home Health Agencies in Essex County, Massachusetts
- All Senior Living in Essex County, Massachusetts
- All Senior Care in Essex County, Massachusetts
Memory Care near Essex County, MA
Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Essex County
Review of Landmark at Oceanview
Landmark at Oceanview was a converted, old school, but it's in reasonably good shape and has high ceilings. The apartments are cozy but don't have full kitchens. The man who took me around was love... Read more
Review of Avita of Newburyport
I like everything about Avita of Newburyport. They serve three meals a day and snacks. They have outings, movies, and painting classes. My husband could be occupied all day. The staff is excellent,... Read more
Review of Ashland Farm at North Andover
The second seating dining (aside from made to order breakfast) is left-overs. The residents complain that there is too much fried food. The waiter/waitress staff is friendly and attentive, and it's... Read more
8 Things to Do When You First Learn Your Loved One Has Alzheimer's
Practical steps you can take when you're wondering, "Where do I start?"Let reality sink in. Whether you've suspected the diagnosis for ages or it's come as a shock, absorbing the reality ahead ...
10 Signs It Might Be Time for Memory Care
Unlike many health conditions, which tend to develop or at least come to light all at once, dementia comes on gradually, and the signs can be confusing and easy to miss -- or misunderstand. And the...
8 Red Flags That an Alzheimer's Caregiver Needs a Break
Stress and burnout are the most common problems for those who care for someone with Alzheimer's disease. And, in turn, caregiver stress -- the emotional strain of tending to a loved one -- is o...
How to Tell if Someone With Alzheimer's Needs Assisted Living
It can be hard to decide when someone with Alzheimer's disease should no longer live alone. With sufficient lifestyle supports and memory aids, some people with Alzheimer's and other types of demen...
Q&A: Is a Memory Care Unit or Nursing Home Better?
Memory Care vs. Assisted Living
About seven in 10 adults over 65 will require long-term care at some point in their lives, according to the [U.S. Department of Health and Human Services](http://longtermcare.gov/the-basics/how-muc...
Memory Care Checklist: What to Look for, What to Ask
Choosing the right residential care facility is hard, and choosing the right memory care facility is even harder. Here are some questions to ask to help make the decision easier. As with any res...
How to Find the Alzheimer's Care Facility That is Right for You
***What They Are*** Alzheimer's care facilities are live-in facilities that provide care for individuals with dementia who cannot live independently. Both nursing homes and assisted living facil...
Paying for Memory Care: 7 Things to Know
A relatively new alternative to at-home care for someone with dementia is a residential community that specializes in dementia care. Known as "memory care" or "Alzheimer's care," such housing is in...