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Step 1: To find dementia or Alzheimer’s care near you, browse the best memory care facilities in Penney Farms.
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.
My Mother arrived about 10 days before Xmas after selling her home of 20 years. She was scheduled for a 30 day Respite visit but they offered a better deal to go ahead & sign on as a regular resident with her household stuff following her there in late Jan after I returned from my trip. Since many residents go w their families during the holidays, staff levels throughout the facility were lower than usual. There are less activities offered & there is a slimmer staff in the Dining Room as well. It took awhile to get them to hook-up her tv (which you are required to provide for yourself) & ensure it was working properly. That meant many quiet evenings when she was lonely & bored with nothing to do. They did introduce her to other new arrivals & she did make one good friend there. Overall, she thought the place was nice but felt she was not ready for God’s Waiting Room & ended up moving back in with me...
My best day was when my mother said "I really like being here....they take good care of me"...then I new I had made the right choice. Thank you for making your residents care a priority. Mom is content and well cared for and that gives me peace of mind. Thank you all for loving my mom too.
I have recently moved my father to this community for the level of care he needed. The community he was at before was not able to provide the level of care he needed. So far since his move he is doing pretty well. I do know he is safe, and in good hands. All the staff at this community have been great to work with. If you need this type of care, I would recommend this community.
3339 Hwy 17, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Provides: Memory Care, Assisted Living
Diamond Assisted Living & Memory Care offers long-term and short-term stays. Our community offers assisted living, memory care (Dementia & Alzheimer's) and respite care. In addition to that we will help you with choosing the right home health or hospice care that fits your needs! Diamond's safe,...
Our experience with Diamond ALF in Green Cove Springs, Fl has been quite positive. The staff is very attentive and the rooms and grounds are clean and attractive. The meals are good and mealtime always seems...
1611 Winners Cir, Middleburg, FL 32068
Provides: Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living
Canterfield of Clay County is a brand new community that offers Independent, Assisted and Memory Care to Seniors. We are a luxury rental apartment community. Included in your monthly rental are 3 meals a day for assisted living, all your utilities, cable TV, WIFI, transportation, activities, a...
Not only is this Facility Clean and Beautiful, it has caring staff. They go out of their way to help residents and family. They assist in transport to Appts which is a help because we own trucks and Our Dad...
3495 Hoffman Street, Penney Farms, FL 32079
Provides: Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living
1630 Happiness Pointe, Middleburg, FL 32068
Provides: Assisted Living, Nursing Homes
To help you narrow down your options and choose the best memory care facility near you, some factors to consider include:
How much does memory care cost in Penney Farms, 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 3,175 to 0, with an average monthly cost for memory care of 4,659.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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:
The 4 memory care facilities near you in Penney Farms, Florida typically provide housing, therapies, and care tailored to those who have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. To find memory care in Penney Farms, 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 Penney Farms, 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 Penney Farms, Florida ranges from $3, 175 to $0. The average Memory Care cost in Penney Farms, Florida is $4, 659. Prices often vary based on care provided, amenities, unit size, and more.
The cost of memory care in Penney Farms, Florida typically starts at $3, 175. 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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