Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Memory Care communities. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one, and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 2 Memory Care facilities in Missoula and the surrounding area, so there are many options to choose from. A Place for Mom is the largest senior living referral service in North America, and we can help you make a good choice at no cost to you.
3620 American Way, Missoula, MT 59808
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The Auberge at Missoula Valley offers assisted living services to seniors in the Missoula County, Montana area. We enjoy an ideal location between two mountain ranges yet we are very close to retail areas, restaurants and many entertainment options. Residents can also enjoy outings for cultural...
2815 Old Fort Road, Missoula, MT 59804
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Welcome to The Village, an apartment residence where you can live on your own conveniently and safely. Some of the finest meals in town are served each evening in our dining room, or you can cook in your own full kitchen. Invite guests over for a game of cards, visit with your neighbors or enjoy...
The second largest metropolitan area in Montana, Missoula is a picturesque city surrounded by mountains and rivers. Missoula and the nearby area is known for its excellent trout fishing and outdoor recreation.
In Missoula, memory care communities — sometimes called Alzheimer’s care or dementia care facilities — provide specialized care for seniors who have Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other forms of memory loss. These communities offer personalized cognitive rehabilitation programs alongside assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Memory care usually includes 24-hour supervision and unique design elements, like outdoor gardens and color-coded walls, to help ease anxiety, agitation, and other symptoms of dementia.
The median monthly cost of memory care in the state of Montana was around $5,600 in 2019.
The cost of living in Missoula tends to be more affordable than the average U.S. city. The total household expenses associated with living in Missoula are rated 22 points below the national average. Grocery and other essential costs are also rated below the average.
All index scores are based on a scale that has the national average set at 100. A score of 200 indicates that the cost is twice as expensive as the national average, while a score of 50 indicates that the cost is half as expensive.
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The top hospitals that service Missoula include:
Missoula’s climate is classified as warm-summer humid continental, which means cold winters, warm summers, and no distinct dry season. The average humidity level is 63%, and humidity levels are often highest during December at about 82%.
This index is based on a scale that has the national average set at 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the presence of air pollutants than the national average, while a score of 50 indicates half the presence.
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These figures were taken from the most recent U.S. Census.
These scores were taken from the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
2020 Presidential Election Results for Missoula County
Missoula is a picturesque city surrounded by mountains and streams, and is world famous for its trout fishing. The Clark river runs adjacent to the city, and the nearby Bitterroot River is a popular local spot for fishing. Other popular outdoor spots include the Lolo National Forest, and Rattlesnake National Recreation Area & Wilderness. Those interested in experiencing the city’s arts and cultural scene should check out the Missoula Art Museum, and the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula showcases the area’s local history.
Bus service in Missoula is provided by Mountain Line, which operates twelve bus routes with service to East Missoula, Bonner, Target Range, Rattlesnake, and the airport.