New Memory Care facilities open in our area – can demand handle the supply?


12 new Memory Care facilities expected to open in our area.

Can the demand handle the supply?

By 2025, an estimated 18,508 Alzheimer’s cases projected in Collier County and 29,992 cases expected in Lee County of full time residents. Source – Catherine Cruisksank, Alzheimer’s Association.

Bruce B. Rosenblatt, a national senior housing expert and owner of Senior Housing Solutions has done a review of the new memory care facilities that are either opening or are projected to open.  “The market is being saturated right now, which does provide many choices for the consumer, however finding and retaining quality staff, especially with so many new facilities entering the market place will present challenge that unfortunately will impact the care that is provided, states Rosenblatt.  “It is important to find a facility that has a proven track record.”

The new facilities opening in our area are:

Brand New:

Discovery Village

The Villas at Terracina Grand

American House in Bonita Springs

Opening Soon:

Bay Shore

Beach House of Naples

All Seasons of Naples

American House at Coconut Point

Arlington Memory Care

Autumn House (Bonita Springs)

The Carlisle of Naples

Mooring Park at Grey Oaks Memory Care (2017)

Recently Renovated:

Memory Care of Naples

Moorings Park

In addition, there 10 existing memory care facilities that are already opened.

According to Rosenblatt, it is important for the consumer to be aware of the differences between each of these facilities since there are major differences in the pricing, physical layout, lifestyle enrichment programs, licensure capabilities and staffing requirements. Senior Housing Solutions provides valuable advice to people who are researching facilities.

For more information, please call (239)595-0207.

Alzheimer’s Association – Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

Alzheimer’s Association – Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

Business Description:

Mission: To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

The Alzheimer’s Association – Florida Gulf Coast Chapter is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, donor-supported organization. Programs and services are made possible through contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations. The Chapter uses 78% of all funds raised for programs, services and research efforts.


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