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The 3 Best Memory Care Facilities in Asheboro, NC for 2024

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  • Memory Care Facilities in Asheboro, North Carolina
  • What to Consider About Memory Care in Asheboro
  • Paying for Memory Care in Asheboro
  • Financial Assistance for Memory Care in North Carolina
  • Memory Care Laws and Regulations in Asheboro

What to Consider About Memory Care in Asheboro

The North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation licenses memory care facilities as special care units within assisted living residences. It further imposes a standardized set of rules related to staffing, care planning and nutrition services. In addition to complying with the rules all assisted living facilities follow, memory care facilities follow expanded rules for staff training and building security.

Benefits and Drawbacks of Memory Care in Asheboro

  • Two public transportation agencies serve Asheboro, providing an alternative to memory care facilities’ transportation services and enabling those who don’t drive to visit loved ones in memory care. The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation offers bus transportation and vanpool service and operates Route 10, an express service that runs from Greensboro to Asheboro. Additionally, RCATS provides curb-to-curb transportation services for seniors and those with disabilities.
  • The American Lung Association reports that the Greensboro metropolitan area, where Asheboro is located, is among the cleanest in the nation for ozone pollution. However, it ranks in the bottom 37% for particle pollution. While this may be a consideration for those sensitive to environmental irritants, such as people living with heart or lung conditions, many memory care facilities have facility-wide air purifiers to support residents’ health and comfort.
  • Asheboro is home to Randolph Health, a full-service hospital that offers a full range of services, such as joint care, home health services and stroke care. It administers PACE services to qualified individuals through its StayWell Senior Care program, and it provides 24-hour emergency medical support.
  • North Carolina taxes most forms of retirement income at a flat rate of 4.99%. While the state doesn’t have deductions specifically for retirement income, its standard deduction is relatively large at $12,750. Additionally, it exempts all Social Security benefits from taxation, which may help some seniors and families pay for memory care services in Asheboro.
  • Asheboro has warm, humid summers and short, mild winters, offering a comfortable environment for seniors who enjoy outdoor activities. Daytime temperatures range from 50 degrees Fahrenheit in January to 88 degrees Fahrenheit in July, and humidity levels tend to be oppressive throughout the summer. Fortunately, many memory care facilities in Asheboro have amenities such as individual climate controls and fully secured courtyards to promote residents’ comfort and prevent unsafe wandering in hot weather.

Paying for Memory Care in Asheboro

Note: Residential memory care is usually offered in assisted living facilities, and in general, memory care rates tend to be 20-30% higher than assisted living rates. No national database currently tracks memory care costs in the United States, so we've estimated the monthly memory care costs listed below by adding 25% to the rates listed in Genworth's 2021 Cost of Care Survey.

Memory care facilities in Asheboro charge $4,750 per month for services and housing.

 

The Cost of Memory Care in Nearby Cities

In Asheboro, memory care residents face an average monthly rate of $4,750. This is significantly lower than North Carolina’s standard of $5,013 and the national average of $5,625. Several nearby cities have more affordable options, including Burlington, where monthly care costs are about 13% lower than in Asheboro, and Fayetteville, where facilities charge $1,000 less per month. On the other hand, memory care in Asheboro is competitively priced compared to rates in Durham and Winston, where monthly fees come in at $6,000 and $6,154, respectively.

 

Asheboro

$4,750

North Carolina

$5,013

United States

$5,625

Winston

$6,154

Burlington

$4,156

Durham

$6,000

Fayetteville

$3,750

The Cost of Other Types of Senior Care

Memory care is among the most expensive senior care options in Asheboro, with facilities charging $4,750 per month for services. This rate is about 13% higher than what agencies charge for in-home care and home health care, and it exceeds the cost of assisted living by 25%. Similarly, seniors who attend adult day health care facilities pay $1,053 per month for care, although nursing homes charge monthly rates that exceed memory care costs by 59%.

Memory Care

$4,750

In-Home Care

$4,195

Home Health Care

$4,195

Adult Day Health Care

$1,053

Assisted Living Facility

$3,800

Nursing Home Facility (semiprivate room)

$7,574

Note: Data for Asheboro was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Greensboro, was used instead.

 

Financial Assistance for Memory Care in North Carolina

Learn more about these programs, plus who’s eligible, on our Memory Care in North Carolina page.

Financial Assistance for Memory Care in North Carolina

Memory Care Laws and Regulations in Asheboro

Asheboro-area memory care communities must adhere to the comprehensive set of state laws and regulations that all memory care communities in North Carolina are required to follow. Visit our Memory Care in North Carolina page for more information about these laws.

Memory Care Laws and Regulations in North Carolina

Reviews of Communities Nearby

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Judy16

I visited this facility

Review of Brookdale Asheboro

Brookdale Asheboro had animals, and that made the place feel like it was a home. Every person that went through there stopped and asked me if I'd been helped or not. They were all attentive and I...

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Joanna

I visited this facility

Review of Brookdale Asheboro

I went to Brookdale Asheboro and spoke with the activity director. She was the one who gave me the tour. One thing that impressed me was that she said their activities are geared toward the...

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Kimberly

I visited this facility

Review of TerraBella Asheboro

TerraBella Asheboro was very nice, but it's much smaller than the other place. They have an area outside, but it wasn't very big. The staff who toured us was very nice and very personable. They...

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