14 Memory Care Facilities near Vancouver, WA

Top 10 Memory Care Facilities in Vancouver, WA

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Glenwood Place

Provides: Memory Care
5500 Ne 82nd Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98662
"Our parents lived in assisted living at Glenwood for most of a decade, with Dad moving to memory care for a year and Mom to assisted living for about three, and eventually to a hospice floor. ..." More

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Bonaventure of Salmon Creek

Provides: Memory Care
13700 NE Salmon Creek Ave., Vancouver, WA 98686
"Live life on your terms with all the senior living amenities you could ever hope for at Bonaventure of Salmon Creek. Surround yourself in the perfect harmony of the outdoors with our walking..." More

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Caring Star 2015

Cogir of Vancouver

Provides: Memory Care
10011 NE 118th Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98682
"Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Housekeeping" More

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The Hampton & The Ashley Inn

Provides: Memory Care
1617 SE Talton Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98683
"I was able to see the memory care of The Hampton & The Ashley Inn. It needs to be updated more, the other places were more modern, and more updated than this facility. The care there might be..." More

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Brookdale Vancouver Stonebridge

Provides: Memory Care
7900 NE Vancouver Mall Dr., Vancouver, WA 98662
"My husband is at Brookdale Vancouver Stonebridge. He is doing pretty well and is getting good care. I can't go see him because of COVID, and I have only seen him once since he moved in. They are..." More

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The Hampton at Salmon Creek

Provides: Memory Care
2305 NE 129th Street, Vancouver, WA 98686
"My dad lived at the Hampton at Salmon Creek for 17 months before he passed 2 weeks ago. The staff is amazing. They get to know each resident and understand what is the most helpful for them. They..." More

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Bonaventure of Vancouver

Provides: Memory Care
9317 NE 86th St., Vancouver, WA 98662
"I listed 1 star for Boneventure Vancouver Padden Parkway. My Mother was in Memory Care there. There was a total breakdown in the chain of command. The head Manager along with the manager of Memory..." More

Caring Star 2019

Highgate at Vancouver

Provides: Memory Care
9803 NE Hazel Dell Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98665
"After two placements with unsatisfactory results, the staff at Highgate Vancouver have been a breath of fresh air. They are responsive, proactive, and accessible. More importantly, they have..." More

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The Quarry Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
415 South East 177th Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98683
"The Quarry Senior Living in Vancouver offers a full range of lifestyle choices, from deluxe rental apartment homes for the active, independent senior, to those needing assistance with daily..." More

Caring Star 2016

Touchmark at Fairway Village

Provides: Memory Care
2911 Southeast Village Loop, Vancouver, WA 98683
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Windsor Gardens Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
1602 NE 162nd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98684
"This place is truly special! When it came time to place my mom in a memory care facility, we had a lot of fears. Would she just be left alone in her room, and only be checked on occasionally? Would..." More

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Assurety Senior Care

Provides: Memory Care
15608 NE Noble St, Vancouver, WA 98682
"Welcome To Assurety Senior Care Assurety Senior Care offers residents warm and compassionate, assisted living, Alzheimer's care, memory care, nursing and health care, short-term stays, hospice..." More

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A Place To Call Home

Provides: Memory Care
14802 NE 117th Circle, Vancouver, WA 98682
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Harvest Homes

Provides: Memory Care
6921 N Roberts Ave, Portland, OR 97203

    What to Consider About Memory Care in Vancouver

    Vancouver, Washington is a relaxed city located in the southwest corner of the state, housing a total population of 172,860, with 13.3 percent of that total represented by seniors. It is estimated that 106,644 Washington residents have dementia, Alzheimer's disease and similar conditions, making the city's 10 local and 17 nearby memory care facilities essential in supporting Vancouver's segment of the population.

    Memory care facilities in Vancouver, as well as in all of Washington, provide services to meet the specific needs of seniors with dementia and help them engage in activities they enjoy. They are also required to coordinate care choices with the client's family. Additionally, staff and administrators are required to have specialized training to serve the needs of clients with dementia or memory care conditions.

    • The cost of living in Vancouver is three percent higher than the national average, with health care representing the greatest expense at nine percent higher than the average, while housing and groceries score four and five percent below the national average. These figures make Vancouver a decent place to settle down for seniors at a near-average cost of living.
    • When it comes to crime, Vancouver is safer than only 13 percent of U.S. cities, with crime rates that are significantly higher than the national average. Motor vehicle theft is one of the most notable figures, coming in at over twice the national rate. A bit of good news is that Vancouver's violent crime levels are lower than the national average. The less crime-ridden neighborhoods are in the northern and eastern parts of the city, while the southwestern neighborhoods suffer from higher crime rates.
    • The city of Vancouver has few facilities from which to choose in the event of a medical emergency or illness, with the nearest major hospital specializing in brain health and dementia care located in Portland, Oregon at the Providence Portland Brain and Spine Institute.
    • Taxes in Vancouver are agreeable in that there is no state income tax, including on Social Security income, but the state also has a high sales tax. The overall tax situation comes out positive for seniors who receive social security benefits while living in the state.
    • The weather in the area tends to be rainy, getting approximately 45 inches of rain per year. Summers are pleasant, with average temperatures 79 degrees, so seniors living in memory care facilities can enjoy time outdoors during the summer months. 


    Paying for Memory Care in Vancouver

    Average Monthly Costs

    Cities in Washington

    $7,039.00 Happy Valley
    $5,503.00 Portland
    $5,230.00 Troutdale
    $5,223.00 Vancouver
    $5,053.00 US
    $5,035.00 Gresham
    $4,953.00 Milwaukie
    $4,268.00 Beaverton

    Memory Care costs in Vancouver start around $5,223 per month on average, while the nationwide average cost of memory care is $5,053 per month.

    It’s important to note that memory care rates in Vancouver and the surrounding suburbs can vary widely based on factors such as location, the level of care needed, apartment size and the types of amenities offered at each community.

    Financial Assistance for Memory Care in Vancouver

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

    More Ways to Pay for Memory Care

    While many families use their own funds or personal assets to pay for memory care, there are plenty of additional options to cover these costs. Some additional ways to finance memory care costs include:

    • Veterans Benefits
    • Life Insurance Policy
    • Long-Term Care Insurance
    • Reverse Mortgage

    For more information about different ways to finance memory care, visit our Memory Care in Washington page.


    Free Memory Care Resources in Vancouver

    Vancouver and the surrounding area are home to numerous government agencies and non-profit organizations offering help for seniors searching for or currently residing in a memory care community. These organizations can also provide assistance in a number of other eldercare services such as geriatric care management, elder law advice, estate planning, finding home care and health and wellness programs.

    To see a list of free memory care resources in Vancouver, please visit our Memory Care in Washington page.


    Memory Care Laws and Regulations in Vancouver

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

    Memory Care near Vancouver, WA

    Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Vancouver

    • Review of Glenwood Place

      Our parents lived in assisted living at Glenwood for most of a decade, with Dad moving to memory care for a year and Mom to assisted living for about three, and eventually to a hospice floor. ... Read more

      Wish I knew
    • Review of Brookdale Vancouver Stonebridge

      The management and head nurse are terrible, very rude and antagonistic. I have experienced so many problems with them. Their only saving grace are the aides who are wonderful. Read more

      shelby2021
    • Review of The Hampton at Salmon Creek

      My dad lived at the Hampton at Salmon Creek for 17 months before he passed 2 weeks ago. The staff is amazing. They get to know each resident and understand what is the most helpful for them. They t... Read more

      DaughterJM
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