The 4 Best Cedar Rapids, IA Memory Care Facilities

We researched individual facility pricing and fees, floor plans and amenities and services in Cedar Rapids so you can compare each facility and make sure you find the right fit for your situation.

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Cottage Grove Place

Nestled in a residential neighborhood, Cottage Grove Place offers care in three different ways: independent living, assisted living, and skilled care. Cottage Grove Place provides a balance between support and independence.
  • Underground concourse
  • LifeCare Retirement Community
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2115 First Ave. SE
Cedar Rapids, IA, 52402

The Keystones of Cedar Rapids: Keystone Cedars

The Keystone Cedars facility helps seniors remain safe while consistently providing opportunities to socialize through its shared spaces while helping its residents remain as independent as possible.
  • Northeast location
  • Ponds and courtyard
Start My Search 6325 Rockwell Dr. NE
Cedar Rapids, IA, 52405

The Views at Meadowview Assisted Living & Memory Care

Meadowview offers activities to help residents relive past experiences. Meadowview's staff is awake 24-hours to ensure safety.
  • Music, pet, art therapies
  • Diverse wellness program
Start My Search 3005 Ave NW
Cedar Rapids, IA, 52405

Garnett Place Retirement Community & Memory Care

Garnett Place Retirement Community & Memory Care offers a few housing options, both including utilities, cable, wifi, bath and kitchen.
  • Specialized programming
  • Security features
Garnett Place
Start My Search 202 35th St. Drive SE
Cedar Rapids, IA, 52403

Additional Cedar Rapids, IA Memory Care Resources

Cedar Rapids has senior-friendly resources for residents living in memory care facilities in the area. We’ve listed some of the most well-known and helpful resources for seniors below.
  • has an exhaustive list of help for families and seniors dealing with memory loss. The site helps seniors find the right place with the right activities and support needed, all in a secure, comfortable environment. Call them at 319.398.5009 for more information.
  • Alzheimer’s Association East Central Iowa: Here you can find local information as well as general answers to usual questions, such as the 10 warning signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s, the definition of dementia, the stages of the disease and help to find a clinical trial. The group’s helpline is 800-272-3900.
  • Iowa Department of Human Services: This resource leads you to the Linn County DHS, 411 Third St. SE, in Cedar Rapids, where you can find the support residents with memory issues need. Call them at (319) 892-6700 for more information.
  • Center on Aging: This site, run by the University of Iowa, lists resources in the state for memory care. Search by region, state or nationally for the information you need. Call (319) 335-6576 for more information. You can also join their email list by sending an email to [email protected] with the subject line saying “Subscribe CENTER-ON-AGING-PUBLIC your first name and your last name”.