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Facilities in CARTER County, MO:

Here are the 2 best memory care facilities in CARTER County, Missouri. These care homes for dementia and Alzheimer in CARTER 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 CARTER County, MO will vary between facilities.

Velma Dowdy Assisted Living

Velma Dowdy Assisted Living specializes in providing Alzheimer’s care in Carter county, Missouri. It can accommodate no more than 24 senior citizens. Velma Dowdy Assisted Living provides upscale amenities that include enhanced medical monitoring, pet therapy and special dementia and Alzheimer’s programs to increase feelings of comfort to any seniors with dementia who reside in Van Buren, MO and nearby areas. Velma Dowdy Assisted Living is located at 100 Hard Rock Rd Dr, 63965 zip code and may allow Medicaid and Medicare to pay for some fees associated with its care.

Riverways Manor

Riverways Manor allows Alzheimer’s patients to receive dementia care in Van Buren, Missouri. It can accommodate no more than 60 adults at a time. It offers amenities such as secure indoor and outdoor wandering areas, help with grooming and getting dressed and brain games and is located at 403 Watercress Rd, in 63965 zip code area inside Carter county. Riverways Manor is officially licensed in Missouri to offer assisted living and memory care, with license # 6744.

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