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A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Memory Care Near You

Step 1: To find dementia or Alzheimer’s care near you, browse the best memory care facilities in Palatka.

Step 2: Narrow down your options by considering key memory care features and amenities, like an engaging memory care activities calendar and staff expertise.

Step 3: Understand the costs of memory care and make a plan for how to pay for memory care.

Step 4: Schedule a tour of your top memory care picks, and choose your favorite.

Step 5: Get expert tips on moving a parent to memory care.

Not sure if memory care is right for you? Learn about memory care services and benefits.

Step 1: Browse top rated memory care in Palatka, Florida

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Average starting price $4,566/month
Average starting price $4,230/month
Average starting price $3,358/month
Average starting price $2,805/month
Average starting price $1,881/month
Recent reviews of Memory Care in Palatka, FL
Vintage Care of Palatka

I think it is an outstanding place for your loved ones. It's friendly, and they truly care about your loved ones. If I had to do it again, I definitely would choose Vintage Care of Palatka for my mother.

Brookdale St. Augustine in Saint Augustine, FL

My mom is no longer there because she fell while there, and broke her femur in the same leg that she'd broken her hip the month before. The reason she isn't there is because the Florida guidelines for memory care require that you be able to stand on your own. Because of the break that happened there on their watch, she couldn't go back. I'm not sure I really think that's fair. I understand the law and they don't have a mechanical lift, so they can't lift you if you can't help. That's basically why she isn't there, but she was only there barely a month. I did also experience, while there, a large theft that they claimed to have investigated. I'm unsure if they did or not, but somebody stole right of my mothers ears, a [price removed] pair of earrings. I would want people to know that, it's not as trusting. You go into Brookdale of St. Augustine and you think it's beautiful, very well appointed, very well decorated and very nice. In fact, I'd say it's plush or posh, but the staff are not quite as dependable as the place gives you the impression. That happened within the first three days she was there, and I got a real sense of uneasiness. I felt she was being cared for. I liked that I requested and they allowed me to put a camera in my mothers room. I could watch it 24/7 if I wanted to, although I didn't. I typically watched during mealtimes and things like that, but I was pleased that they allowed me to do that. The supervisory staff - like the director, [name removed], marketing & sales people and the admissions director, they were very understanding and kind throughout the whole process, and as kind as they can be. They were all very very understanding and compassionate. It was just down to the nitty gritty of the CNAs' who actually worked with my mom, who weren't always the kindest. Overall, it was a good experience. It was a much shorter experience than I'd anticipated because I moved my mother in there with furniture and everything, and she only stayed less than a month, which was very discouraging. I had hope she'd be able to return after a stint in rehab, but she wasn't. She's now in a skilled nursing facility, and I was disappointed with A Place for Mom because they don't work with skilled nursing and I was kind of left on my own to figure out the next steps. I would, however, still recommend A Place for Mom to others.

Silver Creek in Saint Augustine, FL

The community was very good with activities and had fun events including music and exercise. The community is private pay only. The community has some services that come in and help out as a stylist. The food was great and they will make meals based on your diet. The community was open to feedback and took care of issues very quickly. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.

Vintage Care of Palatka

203 S Moody Rd, Palatka, FL 32177

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
14 Photos available
2 Floor plans available

Provides: Memory Care, Assisted Living

Vintage Care is a lovely, intimate residence with 56 rooms, 14 of which are memory care. We are very much a family in our cozy community across from the local college. We offer restaurant style dining, are pet-friendly and keep our residents active with daily activities. Each resident receives...

Beauty Salon
Enclosed Courtyard
4.0(4 reviews)

They are friendly & caring. It is always very clean. My husband is in their daycare which is a big help to me. He seems to be enjoying it much more than his first experience but I know it takes time for him...

The Arc Of Putnam County Inc

110 - 112 Husson Ave, Palatka, FL 32177

Provides: Assisted Living

Arlington House Inc

S Moody Rd, Palatka, FL 32177

Provides: Assisted Living

Kiva of Palatka

201 Zeagler Dr, Palatka, FL 32177

Provides: Assisted Living

Carrie's Elderly Care Facility

699 S Highway 17, San Mateo, FL 32187

Provides: Assisted Living, Nursing Homes

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Memory Care in Cities Near Palatka

Step 2: Identify the best memory care options in Palatka, Florida for your needs

To help you narrow down your options and choose the best memory care facility near you, some factors to consider include:

  • Memory care ratings and reviews. Our community reviews are submitted by people who have direct experience with the community. As you find memory care communities that interest you, read through the reviews: Do people have positive things to say about the community and their loved one’s experience there?
  • State licensing and regulations. Memory care communities are regulated by the state. Many states make information about community licensing, inspections, and violations available to the public. Is the community accredited? How long has it held this designation? Has the facility passed an inspection recently?
  • Specialized design. Does the community have wayfinding features, like signage and clearly marked doorways? If your loved one likes the outdoors, does the community have a healing garden or secure outdoor space?
  • Staff trained in dementia care. What specialized training do employees have? What’s the staff-to-resident ratio? Is the community staffed 24/7?
  • Memory care facility features and amenities. Does the community fit your loved one’s interests? For example, if they’re religious, is there an on-site chapel? If they value pampering and self-care, is there a beauty salon or barbershop?
  • Memory care activities. While cognitive therapies – like pet therapy and music therapy – can’t cure dementia, they can help stave off its progression and keep seniors alert and entertained. Consider asking communities if you can view a memory care activities calendar to see if there are singalongs, game nights, and supervised outings to keep your loved one socially involved.

Step 3: Compare the costs of memory care near Palatka, Florida

How much does memory care cost in Palatka, Florida? The answer varies based on location, floorplan options, amenities, and the level of care your loved one needs. Memory care facility costs in your area typically range between 1,800 to 4,500, with an average monthly cost for memory care of 4,566.

Families who need less expensive care and are flexible as far as location is concerned may consider nearby Middleburg, FL, where the average cost of a memory care facility is 2,000.

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Discover the many ways to pay for senior living

Planning ahead can better position you to make good choices for your loved one’s care in the future. But if your aging family member needs care now, there are ways to finance the cost of long-term care through a combination of approaches.

More on paying for memory care

When determining how to pay for long-term care, most families end up using a variety of funding sources and strategies, such as:

Related: Visit our complete guide to paying for long-term care
All our payment advice in one place. This comprehensive resource contains detailed tips on how to plan and pay for senior living.

Step 4: Tour your top memory care communities in Palatka, Florida

Taking a tour is a crucial step in choosing a memory care facility. In fact, 97% percent of families took a tour before moving a parent to memory care, according to A Place for Mom’s family survey. Whether you tour in-person or virtually, this experience allows you to meet community staff, see the unit your family member would live in, and ask important questions.

Related: Feel confident and prepared with our memory care touring checklist

This downloadable guide helps you identify what to look for in a community and key questions to ask when you visit.

Step 5: Plan for how to move to memory care

The process of moving a parent to memory care typically starts with an empathetic conversation. Talking to a parent about memory care should happen at the right time and place, prioritizing your loved one’s comfort and privacy.

Related: Reference our complete senior living conversation guide

This detailed resource offers tips for starting a productive dialogue, getting your family on the same page, and considering next steps.

Prepare for a move to memory care

As it gets closer to move-in day, ease the transition to memory care by packing for your family member and beginning to personalize their space. The day of, acknowledge your loved one’s questions, encourage them to get involved in memory care activities, and have conversations with staff about what communication will be like moving forward.

What is memory care?

 Memory care supports the unique needs of seniors with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Memory care communities provide enhanced security, dementia therapies, and spaces designed to prevent wandering. Services in memory care facilities often include:

  • Medication management
  • Memory-enhancing activities
  • Help with personal care
  • Mobility assistance
  • 24-hour care and supervision
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Frequently asked questions

There are 5 memory care facilities near Palatka, Florida. See the full list.

The 5 memory care facilities near you in Palatka, Florida typically provide housing, therapies, and care tailored to those who have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. To find memory care in Palatka, Florida, browse our detailed listings showing photos, floor plans, amenities, activities, and reviews from real families.

Browse A Place for Mom’s listings for memory care in Palatka, Florida, to take a virtual tour. Our local senior living experts can arrange for a live tour of these communities as well.

The cost of memory care facilities in Palatka, Florida ranges from $1, 800 to $4, 500. The average Memory Care cost in Palatka, Florida is $4, 566. Prices often vary based on care provided, amenities, unit size, and more. 

The cost of memory care in Palatka, Florida typically starts at $1, 800. A Place for Mom’s local, expert senior living advisors can help you find affordable memory care facilities near you and offer advice on how to lower costs and pay for care with VA benefits or public payment options.

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