Housing a loved one with Alzheimers or Dementia.... We can help


Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s dementia, and it’s often left to loved ones to become part- or full-time caregivers. Most of these caregivers provide unpaid care, and also juggle other jobs and responsibilities. MemoryCare.com was founded to provide support for caregivers who feel overwhelmed and isolated, as well as those in the early stages of memory and cognitive impairment.

MemoryCare.com’s mission is to support older adults living with memory impairment and their families by using the latest, data-driven research and collaborating with memory care experts to provide resources that are accessible to all who are in need. Whether you are in the early stages of memory or cognitive impairment or care for a loved one in the later stages, MemoryCare.com has tools that can help.

Our Approach

MemoryCare.com uses data-driven research to identify and develop the best resources in all aspects of memory impairment and care. Our research-backed, expert-curated resources can help seniors and their families identify the risks, signs, and symptoms of dementia, find support and care agencies, and learn about cutting-edge, scientific breakthroughs in memory care.


When determining which memory care facilities to highlight, MemoryCare.com uses data-backed processes. Our researchers partnered with our team of experts to develop a rigorous formula that identifies the best memory care facilities in a given area based on the following criteria:

Location (20%)

  • Crime Statistics: What are the rates of crime in a facility’s neighborhood? How does the crime rate compare to state and national averages?
  • Cost of Living: How does the cost of living in the facility’s area compare with the national averages?
  • Proximity to Health Care: What is the distance to the nearest hospital and outpatient facility? How many doctors are there per capita in the area?
  • Other Location-Based Benefits: Are there other senior resources available in the area? What financial assistance is available in the state?

Availability and Involvement of Experts (30%)

  • Staff to Resident Ratio: Can residents of the facility receive the care and attention they need? Is the ratio the same for daytime and overnight hours?
  • Staff Credentials: What proportion of staff members hold degrees in medicine or gerontology, and/or have specialized training in memory care?
  • Service Planning: Are individualized service plans developed by experts for each resident?

Facility Features (30%)

  • Secured Access: Are the facilities secured to ensure resident safety?
  • Medical Facilities: Are there medical facilities on-site, allowing for efficient care?
  • Safety and Mobility Features: Are safety and mobility features, such as handrails and shower seats, available throughout the facility?

Amenities (20%)

  • Outdoor Space: Does the facility offer a secure outdoor space for resident use?
  • Social Activities: Does the facility offer regular social activities specifically designed for those with memory impairment?
  • Transportation: Is a transportation service available through the facility to allow residents to get medical care, go to the grocery store, or visit relatives?

To further refine our list of recommended facilities, MemoryCare.com conducts a detailed analysis of each identified memory care facility. The team examines the facilities’ reviews and real resident feedback, researches each facility’s staff and amenities, and speaks with representatives from facilities to verify information and gain first-hand experience with the staff’s customer service.   memorycare.com

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