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Alzheimers, Dementia and Memory Care
Facilities in Clarke County, IA

Here are the 2 best memory care facilities in Clarke County, Iowa. These care homes for dementia and Alzheimer in Clarke County may be part of assisted living facilities and communities, or are stand-alone memory care units. Call 888-595-9951 for details. Costs for memory care facilities in Clarke County, IA will vary between facilities.

Southern Hills Specialty Care

Southern Hills Specialty Care excels at providing dementia and Alzheimer’s care in Clarke county, Iowa. It can accommodate no more than 90 older adults. Southern Hills Specialty Care provides luxurious amenities that include custom meal plans, caregiving staff trained for Alzheimer’s care and custom memory care programs and activities to any seniors who reside in Osceola, IA and nearby areas. Southern Hills Specialty Care is located at 444 North West Drive, 50213 zip code and can possibly allow Medicaid and Medicare to pay for some costs associated with its care.

Homestead Of Osceola

Homestead Of Osceola allows dementia and Alzheimer’s patients to get dementia care in Osceola, Iowa. It can accommodate no more than 86 older adults at a time. It includes amenities such as controlled access community, anytime toileting help and high ratio of caregivers to residents and is situated at 334 North West View Drive, in 50213 zip code area in Clarke county. Homestead Of Osceola is officially licensed in Iowa to provide memory care, with license number S0313.

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