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Page Reviewed / Updated – June 19, 2023

Colorado Springs, CO, may be famous for the Garden of the Gods, but it’s also known to be a pleasant city for seniors. They comprise 13.8% of its 479,000 residents. The city is part of the AARP Age-Friendly Network. This focuses on making transportation, housing and health services better for seniors. Colorado Springs is also home to Innovations in Aging, a nonprofit that’s a member of the Dementia Friendly America Network. The group works with others to support seniors and families needing dementia care services. Colorado Springs offers excellent medical care services. Its hospitals include UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central, the only Comprehensive Stroke Center in southern Colorado.

Memory care requires narrower staff-to-resident ratios than assisted living. Consequently, fees are higher by 20% to 30%. To find Colorado Springs’ median fee, add 25% to the average assisted living cost published in the 2021 Genworth Cost of Care Survey. This reveals the typical fee to be $5,829 per month, which is below the state average of $5,938.

Seniors with mid-to-late-stage dementia are often best served in memory care communities. They can assure residents’ comfort and safety while delivering programs that can slow dementia’s advance. Families considering memory care in Colorado Springs should read on, as the following lists the city’s 10 best facilities.

Brookdale Skyline

Brookdale Skyline is a large community on the quieter edge of Colorado Springs. Residents live in studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with private bathrooms. Many have views of the nearby Cheyenne Mountain. We've added Brookdale Skyline to the list because of its range of amenities for residents with varying interests. They include an indoor swimming pool, library, chapel and theater. Chefs cater for specific diets, and there's a bistro for casual eating when not using the dining room. Trained staff deliver two care memory care programs. Clare Bridge exercises residents' brains by encouraging discussions and playing games, such as Scrabble. Solace helps residents with late-stage dementia. They receive extra time with staff, who give more time to grooming and activities of daily living.

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Bear Creek Senior Living

Bear Creek Senior Living is a beautiful building on an elevated position in a picturesque location. This benefits memory care residents because people with dementia respond positively to aesthetically pleasing views. Staff is on-site round the clock to deliver personalized memory care programs and assist with activities of daily living. The resident's program draws on their favorite activities to stimulate all five senses. For example, meals are tailored to personal preferences to remind the senior of home cooking, while touching familiar objects, such as family photographs, help to jog memories. There's a library with popular books that residents can read to strengthen cognition, and a beauty salon/barbershop providing treatments that help the person retain feelings of self-esteem.

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  • Closed-circuit cameras and gated perimeter
  • Daily housekeeping, linen and laundry services

The Palisades at Broadmoor Park

The Palisades at Broadmoor Park is conveniently located near various medical professionals and Highway 115 (so families may find visiting easier). Staff works round the clock to help residents with activities of daily living and to deliver Connections for Living by MBK. This care program uses residents' personal histories and stories to help them hold on to memories. Staff prompts residents to regularly discuss positive aspects of their pasts and handle familiar objects, such as family photographs. Living spaces are one-bedroom apartments and private or shared studios. All have plush carpeting and elegant wood-style flooring and private bathrooms. Seniors receive three freshly prepared meals per day that can be adapted for special diets, such as liquified.

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Brookdale Monument Valley Park

We've included Brookdale Monument Valley Park because it's an award-winning community close to amenities seniors can frequent with visiting loved ones. They include a fine arts center and Monument Valley Park. Residents have a choice of private or shared rooms, including studios and one-bedroom apartments. All have ADA-compliant bathrooms and 24-hour emergency response systems. It's a pet-friendly facility whose memory care program includes pet therapy to help residents facing memory loss. Staff encourages them to get involved in mentally stimulating activities that are also fun, such as word games. The two memory care programs — Clare Bridge and Solace — focus on seniors at different stages of cognitive decline. Both address the person's mental, physical and spiritual needs.

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Liberty Heights

Liberty Heights is a continuing care retirement community within landscaped grounds near two regional parks and I-25. Consequently, its memory care residents are near licensed medical professionals and families should find visiting easier. We've added the facility because of its award-winning "embrace" memory care program. It's a holistic program personalized for each resident. It helps them focus on the present and the past, which is crucial to slowing down dementia's advance. Liberty Heights has a secure patio area where residents can relax in comfort, without fear of wandering. Living spaces are private studio apartments with ADA-compliant bathrooms and separate lounge areas. Some treatments may include using the indoor pool and spa.

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ViewPointe is a faith-based nonprofit community in a relatively peaceful area overlooking Pikes Peak and close to I-25. Its memory care unit provides intensive levels of support from licensed nurses and trained team members around the clock. This includes helping residents with activities of daily living, such as bathing, and managing their personal memory care plans. A typical plan will include performing small but crucial tasks, such as baking, adding experiences to a memory book and making beds. Music, pets and scents also play a part as these can stimulate the senses. Private studios with bathrooms provide somewhere they can call their own, while family-style dining fosters a sense of community. Companion suites are available as well.

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Brookdale Broadmoor

Nestled within landscaped grounds near medical care providers and major roads, Brookdale Broadmoor offers beauty and convenience. Another reason we've included it on our list is the wealth of amenities, such as the beauty salon/barbershop and library. Residents can enjoy the outdoors safely in the secure courtyard and they can join the garden club to beautify the area even more. Private studios and companion suites are available, both with private bathrooms and basic kitchenettes. Meals are served in the dining room and can be adapted for physician-approved diets. Clare Bridge and Solace are the facility's memory care programs, each tailored for residents at different stages of their dementia journeys.

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Bonaventure of Colorado Springs

Bonaventure of Colorado Springs sits near Powers Boulevard, making it easy for loved ones to visit. The St. Francis Hospital is just 7 minutes away. We've included this facility on our list because it's a bit more luxurious than most, so may appeal to families looking for something similar. The unit's designed around memory care residents' needs, so calming pastel colors and easily navigable corridors are standard. The enclosed courtyards should assure families concerned about safety while being open enough to provide plenty of light and fresh air. Staff is on-site 24/7 to implement memory care programs and help with daily living tasks, such as dressing and transferring between rooms.

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The Retreat at Sunny Vista

The Retreat at Sunny Vista is a continuing care retirement community serving residents at every stage of their golden years. The nonprofit's memory care unit is unusual because it's not secured. It operates on the principle that each resident has individual boundaries. Therefore, they're allowed maximum independence without compromising on safety. The staff's role is more supportive than a traditional caring service, although they provide care when necessary. Living spaces are mostly private one- and two-bedroom apartments with private bathrooms. But, there is some shared accommodation with shared bathrooms. As it's a non-secure unit, residents are free to join activities in other units, such as assisted living. Residents are encouraged to wear devices that allow staff to track them in and around the facility.

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Brookdale Briargate

Brookdale Briargate makes our list because it's rated one of the best memory care facilities in the country for 2023-2024. It provides a secure and comfortable environment for seniors with dementia. They can benefit from two programs administered by trained staff. Brookdale's Clare Bridge program has been helping to slow down the effects of memory loss conditions for over 30 years. The Solace program also succeeds in supporting those with late-stage Alzheimer's. Residents participate in numerous on-site activities designed to stimulate the mind, body and spirit. They include crafts, devotional services and a walking club. Home is either a studio or one-bedroom apartment with an ADA-compliant bathroom and a 24-hour emergency response system.

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