Names the Best Facilities for Senior Memory Care in Albany, NY

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Online guide highlights senior living communities with quality programs and top features.

News Image, a comprehensive resource for caregivers and older adults living with memory impairment, has announced the Best Memory Care Facilities in Albany, New York. The guide identifies 4 memory care communities based on location, access to experts, facility features and amenities.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 5.6 million people age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer's dementia. In Albany, the number of senior deaths related to Alzheimer’s increased by 30 percent between 2013 and 2017. Memory care facilities offer activities and therapies to help delay or halt cognitive decline. They also give family members and caregivers peace of mind by providing a safe environment for loved ones.

“There’s a high demand for quality memory care all across our nation; specifically, in cities like Albany, which experienced a rapid increase in Alzheimer’s related deaths,” says Joyce Collins. “ provides free resources to help families find the best facilities.”

Through hours of research and an intensive selection process, was designed to help caregivers find effective solutions for their loved ones. The website not only highlights the best facilities in the city, it also shares information about cost, reviews from residents, type of care offered and more. For a detailed listing of the Best Memory Care Facilities in Albany, NY, please visit

2020 Best Memory Care Facilities in Albany, NY (in alphabetical order)

Atria Shaker
Phone: (518) 595-4278
Address: 345 Northern Blvd., Albany, NY 12204

Eddy Hawthorne Ridge
Phone: (518) 279-5502
Address: 30 Community Way East, Greenbush, NY 12061

Peregrine Senior Living at Clifton Park
Phone: (518) 282-2695
Address: 1 Emma Ln., Clifton Park, NY 12065

Promenade at University Place
Phone: (518) 514-9500
Address: 1228 Western Ave., Albany, NY 12203

ABOUT MEMORYCARE.COM provides tools and resources to help adults living with memory impairment and their families. The online guide uses data-driven research and expert evaluations to identify the best facilities across the nation. The team includes medical and elder care professionals as well as board of directors. For more information, visit

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