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Memory Care at Oak Crest

Who Is Memory Care Designed For?

If someone you love has Alzheimer's, dementia, or other cognitive conditions, memory care can provide structure, safety, and a sense of purpose.

What Are the Benefits?

With dedicated memory care, your loved one enjoys 24-hour support paired with an array of specialized programming and activities that you may not be able to offer in your home.

What Makes Our Care Unique?

Our dedicated memory care neighborhood is designed and structured exclusively for seniors with memory loss. Your loved one enjoys a safe and engaging environment with personalized programs and a specially trained staff to help them thrive.

Explore Memory Care at Oak Crest

Private Memory Care Apartments

Each memory care resident enjoys the comfort of their own private apartment with a private bath. Design elements and support measures are in place to enhance security while honoring your loved one's dignity.

Each memory care suite includes:

  • Private bedroom with private half bath
  • Private telephone line
  • Large picture window with natural light
  • Basic cable TV
  • Individual thermostat for comfort
  • Housekeeping and laundry services

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Purposeful Design and Amenities

The design of our memory care neighborhood creates a warm and engaging environment that promotes safety, calm, and independence. 

Your loved one enjoys a wealth of neighborhood amenities, including:

  • Convenient on-site medical center
  • Access to outdoor areas
  • Family-style dining
  • Homelike living room
  • Purposefully designed activity space

Engaging Programming and Activities

What's an average day like in our memory care neighborhood? It's up to your loved one! We work with each resident to plan a meaningful day based on their individual interests, habits, and routine. From music and movies to puzzles and conversation, your loved one enjoys a range of programming designed to promote independence. 

What's there to do at the memory care neighborhood?

See a Typical Day
A resident and her adult daughter laugh together as they cook in an Erickson apartment kitchen.

Request Your Brochure

Get your free brochure with more information about our quality care at Oak Crest. Your brochure includes more details about our multiple care options!

What's Included in the Cost?

The cost of memory care is determined by the degree of care needed. There are two costs that make up your memory care package, a onetime 90% Refundable Entrance Fee* for nonresidents, and a monthly service fee that covers the cost of utilities, maintenance, care services, and following:

  • Strategically designed neighborhood
  • Staff trained to support residents with memory loss
  • Reminders of activities, mealtimes, and assistance
  • Call response system
  • Access to registered nurse and care associate staff 24 hours a day
  • Monthly wellness visits by a licensed nurse
  • Meal service in the dining room
  • An enriching activities program
  • Daily bed-making
  • Weekly light housekeeping
  • One load of laundry weekly
  • Access to landscaped grounds and courtyards
  • Basic cable TV
  • An individualized assessment to identify the level of assistance and support necessary with activities of daily living

The onetime 90% Refundable Entrance Fee starting at $94,000.

The memory care base fee starts at $11,383 per month for a private suite and varies depending on the type of apartment selected and amount of care that is needed.

*Carefully read the Residence and Care Agreement for the conditions that must be satisfied before the Provider is required to pay the Entrance Fee Refund.

All fees subject to change without notice. Effective 01/2023.

Frequently Asked Questions

Browse our most frequently asked questions about memory care at Oak Crest. Don't see your question here? Call 410-498-8041 or email for your free brochure or to discuss your specific needs.

A: We offer multiple levels of care right on-site, including assisted living, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, memory care, and nursing care. In many cases, your loved one can receive the care they need without having to leave the community.

A: Individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's, dementia, and other cognitive challenges can often benefit from the structure, programming, and support of dedicated memory care.

A: Your loved one will enjoy a wide variety of structured, guided, and self-directed programming tailored to their individual interests, routines, and habits.