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Page Reviewed / Updated – January 24, 2024

Spring Hill is a census-designated place in Florida’s Nature Coast, only a few miles from the Gulf of Mexico. It’s home to almost 114,000 residents, of whom 22.4% are aged 65 and older. The average cost of living is below the norm for the state and the country, while the general environment, including the air and water quality, is above average. There are fewer physicians per capita but the region is home to several medical facilities, including Bravera Health Spring Hill and HCA Florida Oak Hill Hospital.

Families looking into dementia care in Spring Hill will find memory care facilities typically cost 20-30% more than assisted living due to the higher levels of support required. By adding 25% to the region’s median fee for assisted living, families will find memory care’s average cost is $4,188. This is exceptionally lower than the state and national averages of $5,000 and $5,625, respectively.

Note: Data for Spring Hill was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Tampa, was used instead

Memory care facilities provide personalized care and support for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related conditions. They offer safe environments and specially trained staff who help residents check the approach of memory loss and attain the best quality of life possible.

Keep reading and discover what Spring Hill’s 10 best memory care communities can offer your loved one.

Vitality Living Spring Hill

The campus at Vitality Living Spring Hill offers a continuum of care, from independent living to assisted living and memory care. On arrival, each memory care resident is cognitively assessed to determine the focus of their personalized care plan, ensuring the staff provides appropriate levels of care. A licensed nurse is on-site 24/7 to handle urgent needs and the 24-hour emergency call system ensures an immediate response. Residents have a choice of studio and two-bedroom apartments with private ADA-compliant bathrooms, while weekly housekeeping, laundry and linen services ensure everything is clean and fresh. A typical day begins with cognitive and physical exercises, followed by music appreciation and a scenic bus tour before ending with movie night.

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The Residence at Timber Pines

The Residence at Timber Pines makes the list because it may appeal to families wanting a luxurious environment for their loved ones. The picturesque building sits within carefully tended grounds peppered with lush trees, while the enclosed courtyard boasts a small pool. The community is home to three memory care neighborhoods, each focused on seniors at different stages of cognitive decline. Staff is on-site 24/7 to deliver personalized programs based on the highly-regarded methods developed by Maria Montessori, which focus on individualized instruction and self-paced learning. All resident living spaces include utilities, basic cable TV and weekly housekeeping, linen and laundry services. These, combined with three chef-inspired meals served daily, ensure seniors have all the comforts of home.

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  • Scheduled transportation for appointments
  • 24-hour emergency call system, including pendant

Crown Pointe Senior Living

Crown Pointe Senior Living residents facing cognitive decline are assessed on arrival to determine the type of care they need, which is delivered 24/7 by specially trained staff. The staff also helps seniors with activities of daily living and manages their medications. All external doors remain locked to ensure residents prone to wandering remain safely indoors or in the enclosed courtyard. They're served three nutritious meals daily, which can be tailored to personal preferences and medical needs. Weekly housekeeping and a regular laundry and linen service keep residents' living spaces clean and the 24-hour emergency call system ensures the speedy arrival of help on the rare occasions they're alone.

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  • Life-enhancing Sunshine Activity Program to mitigate dementia's advance
  • Regular health and wellness assessments

Spring Oaks

Spring Oaks is thoughtfully located in a picturesque and peaceful residential area and within walking distance of several medical facilities. "Moment in Time" is the community's memory care program, with each resident receiving a personalized plan focused on self-paced learning and personal instruction. Staff is on-site 24/7 to help with activities of daily living, medication management and to perform regular wellness checks. For seniors' safety, the community's perimeters are secured, doors are operated by key codes and the open-air courtyard is contained within the building's structure. Spring Oaks uses families' preferred communication methods to keep them up to date with their loved ones' progress.

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  • Companion suites and studios with private bathrooms, housekeeping, laundry and linen services
  • Beauty salon/barbershop with treatments that enhance the senses and self-esteem

Vitality Living Baypoint Village

Vitality Living Baypoint Village offers a full continuum of care, from independent living through assisted living to memory care. It makes the list due to its comprehensive person-centered memory care program, which ensures each resident experiences several cognitive improvement opportunities daily. For example, the morning may start with discussions about daily events to keep the person grounded in the now, followed by music that may be significant to them. Following on, the day might include yoga to exercise the body and then gardening, which can stimulate several senses, including touch and smell. Each senior resides in a private studio with an ADA-compliant bathroom. Three meals a day satisfy their nutritional needs, while snacks and drinks are available outside meal times.

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Brookdale New Port Richey

One of the reasons Brookdale New Port Richey is listed here is because it's within walking distance of several houses of worship, which may appeal to families who value the spiritual aspects of care. Another reason is its two memory care programs, each designed to help residents with varying degrees of cognitive decline. Clare Bridge is for seniors with mid-stage dementia and involves stimulating brain games and physical activities, including walking and dancing. Solace is focused on late-stage dementia, providing enhanced levels of support for common tasks, such as personal grooming. Staff is on hand night and day to help residents with other aspects of care, including medication management and daily living tasks, such as eating and toileting.

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Grand Villa of New Port Richey

Grand Villa of New Port Richey offers several types of senior living, including a specially designed memory care neighborhood. Its approach to care provides residents with as much freedom as possible while helping them focus on vital aspects of life, such as communication and physical health. For example, common areas have walls decorated with family photographs that can spark conversations and the indoor garden combines physical activity with sensory benefits, such as sight and smell. Life skill stations recreate defining activities from seniors' younger years, such as their jobs and parenting duties, which can reestablish connections to positive memories. Private and companion suites include personal bathrooms, utilities and 24-hour emergency response systems.

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  • Restaurant-style dining three times daily and snacks throughout the day
  • Motion sensor lighting for nighttime bathroom trips

Sunflower Springs at Trinity

The proximity of several medical care specialists helps Sunflower Springs at Trinity make the list, as does its relatively peaceful location nestled within landscaped grounds. Residents live in private and companion apartments, with housekeeping staff making beds daily and cleaning rooms weekly. The movie theater and beauty salon/barbershop are part of the care program, with the former helping to build connections with memories through classic TV and the latter with the sensory benefits afforded by various treatments. Locked perimeter doors and the enclosed courtyard ensure seniors who wander are not at risk of leaving their place of safety.

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  • Pets are welcome, as they can help residents develop self-esteem and stay involved in the community
  • Therapeutic activities include arts and crafts, brain games and live music

Jennifer Gardens

Jennifer Gardens sits within a peaceful residential area just minutes from several health care specialists, including a medical center. Its memory care unit is purpose-built, following design principles advocated by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. Consequently, its residents benefit from wide open spaces, easily navigable common areas and calm-inducing colors throughout. Single occupancy rooms afford each senior privacy and the ability to furnish them with personal items that can form part of their personalized care program, such as conversations about the origins of photographs and ornaments. Meals are served three times daily in the shared dining area, with care taken to satisfy personal preferences where possible and medical needs at all times, such as puréed food.

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  • Communal TV lounge area
  • State-of-the-art security and surveillance for residents' protection

The Watermark at Trinity

The walls, ceilings and furnishings in The Watermark at Trinity are bright and cheerful, illustrating the community's approach to memory care. The focus is on making the experience as joyful as possible while also working to slow down dementia's advance. Staff is on-site 24/7 and they receive extensive training, including the Certified Dementia Practitioner program, to ensure they deliver individualized care. This can be described as following the rhythm of the day, rather than following a predetermined route. Consequently, it's common for residents to be involved in activities they're familiar with, such as cooking meals with staff and tending the community's garden. All seniors live in studio apartments with private bathrooms complete with safety features, such as grab rails and walk-in showers.

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