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Is consider a person with the need of memory care, when they have frequent forgetfulness in the short or medium term as well as diseases very common in older adults such as Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s etc. This type of care is too complicated for any family or person who is responsible for their protection and security, as they present sudden mood swings or very constant depressions as well as proper drug management, that is why it is recommended to hire the services of a nursing home with specialized personnel and with experience in this type of condition.
In seniors Living Mexico you will find various options of memory care depending on your budget and the city of choice. For more information and prices contact us.
The average national price of a United States Assistance House is just over $3.000 a month ($36.000 a year). The average national price in a welfare home in Mexico is around $1500 a month ($18,000 a year).
In most of the nursing homes operating in Mexico, memory care is offered, although there are some that only offer basic 24 hour care, to know in which city and which houses offer the service of memory care contact a specialized advisor of SENIORS LIVING MEXICO .
Prices in Mexico will always vary according to 3 main factors:
A) The level of facilities offered for each particular house. They already exist in Mexico from independent rooms in high level complexes to shared rooms with some kind of social benefit.
B) The level of care required by the elderly, from a basic, intermediate or advanced level.
C) The city where the particular assistance or retreat house is located. Tourist cities will always represent a higher price for their natural attractiveness to live in and those located in urban cities will always be a better option for Mexican families for their best price and proximity to their family members and sources of work.
Care homes in Mexico are regulated by the Federal Government through the Ministry Governments for issuing operating licenses in particular, because of this, each rest home determines its own security and service standards that must comply with federal and municipal regulations established by the laws of the government in Mexico.