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What to look for in Memory Care

Beginning the search of looking at memory care options for someone can be an overwhelming and emotional task, which is why we want to provide you with some helpful tools and resources that will help you in your first steps and throughout your journey. You may be thinking, Is it time to move? What options do I have? What are the important things to consider? And, What is the cost going to be

On this page you will find a memory care tour checklist, highlighting some important questions and details to consider when touring a home, an assisted living calculator worksheet that helps to breakdown the expenses that may be included, and a couple of educational articles regarding the different types of assisted living and how to know when it is time to move.

Is it time to move?

Has your loved one had frequent falls at home or difficulty managing day to day responsibilities? Here are some benchmarks to look at in making the decision to move from independent living to assisted living. Download/Print PDF

What to look for in Memory Care

As Wisconsin’s Dementia Experts, we emphasize exceptional memory care and know that when it comes down to it, the quality of care and hugs given by those walking the floor will always be more important than the decorations on the wall or the interior look of a building. Because of this, we have put together a list of items that will be important to evaluate when touring a home for your loved one.  Download/Print PDF 

Defining the differences in Assisted Living options 

This article will help you to evaluate the differences in assisted living options to see which one may be the right fit for you or your loved one’s needs. Download/Print PDF

Assisted Living Cost Calculator

This worksheet will help you to estimate the monthly cost of needed services. Some facilities include most amenities and services in the cost of rent, however, some may charge separately for specific services. Download/Print PDF


Access more educational articles and tools regarding memory care and dementia here.