Memory Care Sector Starts to Stabilize, Rebuild After Harrowing Pandemic Challenges

The Alzheimer’s Association recently released a report that found patients with dementia were more likely to contract Covid-19 than their healthier counterparts. It’s a reality known all too well by memory care providers, which had endured several years of headwinds before the pandemic forced them to confront even more harrowing challenges. 

Now, they are trying to build back — and although average occupancy in the sector has dipped to about 77%, there are reasons that providers are optimistic about how 2021 will play out. 

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