The 8 Best Honolulu, HI Memory Care Facilities

It is important to verify that any memory care facility you're seriously considering can provide the right level of care for your loved one. Not all facilities are equipped to handle severe or advanced dementia. Being upfront with your loved one's health care needs can help to ensure that you find one that can provide enough care and support.

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The Plaza Assisted Living at Waikiki

The Plaza Assisted Living at Waikiki covers basic utilities and management services. Additional services can be made available for a fee.
  • Game room
  • Emergency call systems in every apartment
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Start My Search 1812 Kalakaua Ave.
Honolulu, HI, 96815

The Plaza Assisted Living at Moanalua

The Plaza Assisted Living at Moanalua provides an easy method to pay for housing and services. The facility can house up to 160 residents at one time.
  • Private apartments available
  • 24-hour care team
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Start My Search 1280 Moanalualani Place
Honolulu, HI, 96819

The Plaza Assisted Living at Punchbowl

The Plaza Assisted Living at Punchbowl is located near three major medical centers that can provide additional care if needed.
  • Coffee bistro on site
  • Monthly wellness program
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Start My Search 918 Lunalilo St.
Honolulu, HI, 96822

Hale O Meleana

Hale O Meleana has a restaurant and in-room dining options. It also has registered nurses available at all times.
  • Community bus
  • Planned group outings
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Start My Search St. Francis Liliha Kupuna Village
Honolulu, HI, 96817

Manoa Cottage Care Homes

Manoa Cottage Care Homes is staffed by skilled nurses who can assist with a wide variety of needs. The facility is large enough for 27 residents.
  • Care for seniors with mental health needs
  • Social programming included
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Start My Search 2035 Kamehameha Ave.
Honolulu, HI, 96822

Hale Kūʻike Nu’uanu, LLC

Hale Kūʻike LLC provides expert memory care for seniors. The facility has two memory care pets that are available for around-the-clock pet therapy.
  • Single-level facility
  • On-site gardens
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Start My Search 95 Kawananakoa Place
Honolulu, HI, 96817

Hale Kūʻike Pali, LLC

Hale Kūʻike Pali LLC has a live-in service dog for pet therapy. The facility has a home-like setting to keep residents comfortable.
  • Located near the Pali mountains
  • Two-story facility
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Start My Search 2627 Pali Highway
Honolulu, HI, 96817

Hale Nohea

Hale Nohea is a small facility that provides a home-like setting for care. Seniors have access to staff members at all times while getting personalized care.
  • Seven-bed facility
  • Equipped with the latest technology amenities
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Start My Search 5071 Maunalani Circle
Honolulu, HI, 96816

Additional Honolulu Memory Care Resources

Seniors in need of memory care in Honolulu can benefit from having a collection of support options and resources. Here are five additional care resources for seniors in Honolulu. 
  • Hawai’i Community Foundation – Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) – Hawai’i Community Foundation’s Kūpuna Aging in Place (KAP) program gives financial support to organizations that provide services to low- and moderate-income older adults. To learn more about this program, contact (808) 537-6333.
  • YMCA of Honolulu Metropolitan Office | Active Older Adults – YMCA of Honolulu’s Metropolitan Office offers Active Older Adults as a health and fitness program for the elderly in the community. To become a member, call (808) 531-9622.
  • Nā Kūpuna Makamae Senior Center – Nā Kūpuna Makamae Senior Center provides various programs and services for the welfare of seniors and their families in the community. To register for its classes, call (808) 773-7047.
  • Lanakila Meals on Wheels – Lanakila Meals on Wheels provides home-delivered meal service to seniors and homebound individuals. To get assistance, contact (808) 531-0555.
  • Hawaii Association of the Blind – Hawaii Association of the Blind is committed to improving the lives of blind people by educating them and helping them acquire equal rights and opportunities. Call (808) 521-7648 to make a donation.