18 Memory Care Facilities near Charlotte, NC
Also serving communities of Matthews, Pineville.
There are 18 Memory Care Facilities in the Charlotte area, with 16 in Charlotte and 2 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Charlotte is $4,954 per month. This is higher than the national median of $4,875. Cheaper nearby regions include Concord with an average starting cost of $4,848.
To help you with your search, browse the 21 reviews below for memory care facilities in Charlotte. On average, consumers rate memory care in Charlotte 3.6 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Fort Mill with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5 stars.
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Top 10 Memory Care Facilities in Charlotte, NC
What To Consider About Memory Care in Charlotte
Home to nearly 860,000 people, over 9 percent of which are over the age of 65, the large city of Charlotte is a major hub with numerous outstanding medical facilities. Among the top hospitals is the Carolina Neurological Clinic, which uses the latest in medical science to treat and support seniors with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
To further support this population, Charlotte has 17 memory care facilities, and there are 3 more nearby. The staff at these facilities are trained to meet the needs of residents with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other cognitive conditions. In Charlotte, as in all of the state, memory care facilities are licensed by the North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation.
- The overall cost of living in Charlotte is over 10 percent higher than the state average about 7 percent higher than the national average, which may be a consideration for families who have tight budgets for memory care. Healthcare and transportation expenses are among the biggest factors affecting for families and seniors in memory care, as they are about 14 percent higher than the national average.
- North Carolina seniors do not pay income tax on their Social Security income, and all other retirement income is taxed at a modest flat rate. This may permit families to put more money toward memory care services.
- According to the American Lung Association, ozone pollution in Charlotte is high, which can impact the health of seniors. Short-term particle pollution, however, was given an A from the organization, suggesting that environmental pollutants are minimal.
- On a scale of 1 to 100, with 1 being the safest, violent crime in Charlotte is rated 54.2 and property crime is rated 52.8. This is compared to the respective national averages of 31.1 and 38.1. To protect residents, many memory care facilities are equipped with surveillance cameras, alarm systems and other security equipment.
Other Options in Charlotte, NC
Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Charlotte
Review of Charlotte Square
I went over to Charlotte Square, but they're not doing tours over there. I didn't know that until I was there. The lady came out and spoke with me. She said they're not doing any tours due to COVID... Read more
Review of The Laurels & The Haven in Highland Creek
From the first few days, another resident followed him everywhere, called him by her husband's name and demanded that he belonged to her. She put her hands on him, she tried to drag him from his D... Read more
Review of Brighton Gardens of Charlotte
My mother has lived at Brighton Gardens for 5 years. Initially she lived in assisted living and then transferred to the dementia unit where she has been for the last 18 months. There is high turnov... Read more