Life at Edenton with Memory Care
Memory care is provided in similar surroundings to Assisted Living, but is actually very different. A diagnosis of Dementia or Alzheimer’s starts the clock running on the inevitable functional decline. Each person will travel their own personal path with this disease and most will become very good at covering their loss as the disease progresses. If your loved one is starting to have episodes that could be just normal bad things happening, now is the time to take extra notice. When you have questions about your situation, give Edenton a call.
Memory Care at Edenton provides peace of mind that allows a family to thrive despite having Dementia in the mix.
How to Calculate Your Memory Care Costs
Accommodation Rate + Care Level = Total Cost
Room, all meals and snacks, housekeeping, personal laundry, linens, towels, activities program, basic cable, wi-fi, and furniture – bed, dresser, nightstand, chair, lamp (or resident can bring his/her own furniture); & personal care such as assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, mobility, medication administration, individual care plans, monitoring of clinical status and needs.
One-time, non-refundable Community Fee of $3000 ($4000/couple)
*30-day respite stays based on availability – Add $10/day
Prices effective as of 1/1/2021 and are subject to change without notice
Plan Your Memory Care
Step 1 – Make your room selection from one of the neighborhoods below,
Step 2 – Give Jennifer a call for availability and discuss your level of care.
Garden House Apartment Information
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Blossom Place Apartment Information
Care Levels Daily Cost Monthly Cost Level 1 $25 $750
$35 $1050 Level 3 $45 $1350
* Care levels are determined, in part, by completion of;
1) Health Care Practitioner Physical Assessment by the resident’s physician; download the form
2) Nursing Assessment by our Delegating RN; and
3) Maryland State Assisted Living Scoring Tool, all of which consider factors such as mobility, medications, monitoring of clinical needs, safety awareness, fall risk, incontinence, and cognitive and behavioral status.