Located along Grapevine Lake in north-central Texas, Flower Mound is a suburban community and home to around 76,000 residents. Seniors aged 65 and older account for just over 9% of this population. Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia have had a growing impact on seniors in America in recent years. This is especially true for communities like Flower Mound, which has seen a dramatic increase in the number of Alzheimer’s-related deaths, with numbers climbing from 138 in 2014 to 267 in 2018—an increase of 93.48%.
To combat this concern, Flower Mound and its surrounding communities offer a variety of organizations and resources to support the needs of those impacted by this disease. Seniors living with dementia may benefit from the care and assistance offered at a memory care community, where highly trained professionals are on-site 24 hours a day to deliver personalized care and supervision along with specialized programming. This guide serves to provide an overview of memory care in Flower Mound, including a cost analysis of these services, options for financial assistance and a directory of facilities offering memory care. It also features a list of local resources to help seniors and their families navigate dementia.