New Hampshire Dementia Care Communities

Memory care in New Hampshire, which can also go by the terms of Alzheimer’s care, dementia care, or Alzheimer’s special care units, are facilities that are specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals with forms of dementia. They include specially trained staff and appropriate accommodations to adequately meet resident’s needs.


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New Hampshire Alzheimer's Care Homes - Cost Comparison

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*Average monthly cost for single occupancy rooms in a memory care community

Recreation and Attractions in New Hampshire

The changing leaves and their beautiful colors are a huge attraction of New Hampshire during the fall. Other attractions throughout the state include parks, museums, ski resorts, and historical sites including Santa’s Village, Franconia Notch State Park, Strawberry Banke Museum, and Cannon Mountain. Mt. Washington is also located in the state and hosts the Mount Washington Auto Road, the Mount Washington Cog Railway, and the Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center

New Hampshire's Climate, Geography, and Culture

The climate in New Hampshire supports four different seasons. The summers are generally warm and humid and the winters are cold and snowy. The summer highs usually average 81 degrees and the winter lows average 10 degrees. New Hampshire gets more than double the average snowfall and higher than average rainfall when compared to the rest of the country with 73 inches and 43 inches annually over 127 days of measurable precipitation. The overall climate in considered very comfortable. New Hampshire’s culture is very similar to the rest of New England. Most of the population lives in the southern part of the state, so they have many similar characteristics to Bostonians. 

New Hampshire's Memory Care Home Regulations and Laws

In NH, Alzheimer’s or dementia units are required to meet the needs of the residents and have staff that is properly trained in order to meet the needs of the residents. Assisted living residences – residential care (ALR-RC) facilities may not lock or secure their buildings.

Crime and Safety in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is ranked 4th in overall safety according to 2016’s Safest States to Live In.

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Payment Options for Memory Care in New Hampshire

Medicare, private long-term insurance, and out of pocket payment are typical methods of paying for dementia care in New Hampshire. The Medicaid home and community-based waiver cover assisted living services.

Senior and Elderly Rights for Dementia Care in New Hampshire

Patients have the right in New Hampshire to be informed, in a manner they understand, their health status and be involved in decisions related to care including options, risks, benefits, outcomes, and side effects. It is also their decision to consent or refuse treatment. Your medical information should be kept confidential and your privacy respected. Someone may be designated by the patient of an Alzheimer’s care community to be involved and informed and make health care decisions for them if they do not have the capacity to do so themselves.

NH Memory Care: Medical Record Rules and Regulations

In New Hampshire, patients are able to access their medical records or a copy of their medical records by submitting a written request. Someone else may be able to request the medical records of the patient if they meet certain requirements. 

Finding the perfect senior care community is only part of making your loved one’s senior living transition smooth. At SeniorCaring, we know that it is also equally important to be aware of what other community services and resources are available to your family’s senior. Choose your location and find local resources for your senior.